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Addictive Behaviors and Obsessive Compulsive Disorders by Carol Anthony and Hanna Moog

Handout for the I Ching Seminar in Stow, Massachusetts, 2012. Revised and Enlarged Edition 2014
48 pages, pdf format

 Foreword to the revised and enlarged edition

More than a year has passed since we gave this seminar on “Addictive Behaviors and Obsessive Compulsive Disorders.” In the meantime, the Sage that speaks through the I Ching has greatly enlarged our understanding, especially regarding two subjects: (1) the Cosmic meaning of burnouts of the rational mind and a person’s will-to-live, and (2) a new approach to freeing ourselves from ego-elements and larger aspects of the ego.

Both new understandings are of primary importance when it comes to the possibility of successfully freeing oneself or another person from an addiction or from an Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

Regarding (1): We learned that the optimal time to free a person from an addiction or an OCD, is when the person’s rational mind and his will-to-live have “burned out.” The reasons for this are explained in the newly added Appendix.

Regarding (2): The new approach, which consists in becoming aware of the fact that every Cosmic Principle of Harmony is a Helper, has been applied to the instructions for freeing our inner and outer senses of perceptions from all possible obstructions. The new approach has also been applied to the deprogramming procedures provided for common compulsive behaviors, OCD’s, and for the following types of addictions: (a) a work addiction, (b) all substance addictions (except alcohol addictions), and (c) an addiction to negative thinking.

 

Table of Contents

 

Foreword to the revised and enlarged edition 1

Part I: Introduction to the original handout 1

The prerequisites for understanding the nature of addictions 1

Part II: The prerequisites to working on an addiction 2

A: Gaining clarity with the help of our five inner senses of perception 3

— Learning about the Quantum Helper 3 — Freeing all your inner senses of perception 4

— Freeing all your outer senses of perception 7

B: The attitude needed in the person who wants to free himself

from an addiction 7

C: A lesson about free-floating changelings (FFC’s) 8

Part III. The general practical approach to helping someone free himself

from an addiction 10

Part IV: Addiction or Compulsion? 11

A. What characterizes addictions? 12

B. Widely spread compulsive behaviors 16

Part V: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders (OCD’s) 19

1. The obsessive part 19

2. The compulsive part 20

3. The link between parts I and II 20

A. Changelings and free-floating changelings (FFC’s) 20

B. Demonic mechanisms that link the obsessive part together

with the compulsive part 21

4. Possible resistances to recognizing and acknowledging an OCD 22

5. Disturbing images that appear just before falling asleep 23

6. Types of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders 23

a) Both parts of the OCD are in one and the same person 23

b) A person can become the innocent victim of a person with OCD 24

c) The obsessive part is in a parent, with the compulsive part acted out

by the child

d) The obsessive part can be in a child, with the compulsive part acted

out by one of his parents 24

General comment 24

Deprogramming the causes of an OCD on behalf of another person 24

Helping another person identify and deprogram an OCD 24

 

APPENDIX 25

I. General Guidelines to Freeing Yourself from Any Addiction

(with the exception of an alcohol addiction) 25

The optimal time to free ourselves from any addiction 25

1. A Work Addiction 26

What burns out in the case of a work addiction 27

A checklist of possible causes for the work addiction

followed by detailed descriptions of these causes 27

Deprogramming the causes of a work addiction 32

2. A Substance Addiction (with the exception of an alcohol addiction) 34

What burns out in the case of a substance addiction 34

A checklist of possible causes for the substance addiction followed by

detailed descriptions of these causes 34

Deprogramming the causes of a substance addiction 39

3. An Addiction to Negative Thinking 40

What burns out in the case of an addiction to negative thinking 41

Possible causes for the addiction to negative thinking` 41

Deprogramming the causes of an addiction to negative thinking 42

II. How to free yourself from the causes of a compulsive behavior 44

III. How to free yourself or another person from the causes of an OCD 45

How to free yourself or another person from an OCD caused by curses 46



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