16 April 2014;18:02 pm

Obsessive compulsive disorder

NPL healing can successfully treat obsessive compulsive disorder. Have a look at people testifying about the unique results with NPL healing.

NPL healing was developed by Linda Evans and it is based on a new view on man and on the cause of psychological problems and other problems in life. It is the view of NPL that an obsessive compulsive disorder, as many other diseases, negative life circumstances, negative events in life and personality problems originate from the subconscious mind. Linda Evans has the ability to perceive this subconscious mind in a physical way in and around the human (and animal) body. This subconscious mind contains numerous negative programmes or patterns, which are responsible for an obsessive compulsive disorder (among other things) and which determine someone’s behaviour and life in a negative way. These patterns can be removed from the subconscious mind from a distance, as a result of which the problems they caused, will no longer exist.

NPL is a psychic, energetic distance therapy, which is a relatively unknown kind of treatment. Therefore, Linda Evans has presented example treatments on her website in which people testify about the results that have been obtained at various moments in the course of the treatment.

Conventional medicine can’t cure obsessive compulsive disorder. Conventional medicine classifies obsessions – also called ‘obsessive compulsive neurosis’ – as anxiety disorders and assumes that it is genetically determined. The conventional treatment consists of medication, cognitive therapy and behaviour therapy. The medicines prescribed for an obsessive compulsive disorder have lots of side effects, such as: increase of the feelings of anxiety in the first weeks, sexual problems, diarrhoea, headache, nausea, sleeplessness, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth, blurred vision.

Cognitive therapy involves trying to convince the patient of the irrationality of the compulsive thoughts and behaviour therapy involves trying to teach someone not to do the compulsive actions through exercises in which the threshold and the level of ‘difficulty’ gradually increase. In some cases, this may have a limited effect, but it can’t completely free someone of obsessive compulsive disorder. The compulsive thoughts will remain dormant in the background in spite of these therapies and the compulsive actions can return with great intensity time and again.

NPL healing on the other hand, can cure someone completely and permanently because it removes the cause, which is situated in the subconscious mind.