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3. Obsessions

PERSON: woman.
DESCRIPTION: invincible obsessive neurosis, resistant to fifteen years of psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, and drug therapies of many kinds; depression, fear, anguish, compulsion to obsessively clean every part of her home many times a day.
APPROACH: hypnotic inductions initially refused or failing; instant induction (about 15 seconds) successful, but immediately followed by a strong mental disorientation, reactions of fear, and spontaneous release (after half a minute) with deep peace but also intense dullness.
RESULT: unexpected disappearance of subject's obsessions after just three days; no further need to clean obsessively; regaining of happiness and sexual desire.
UPDATE (3 years): no more neurosis; no substituting symptoms.

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