Thought patterns Neurodermatitis itching
The reason why no doctor, no medicine or no magic trick can help with Neurodermatitis is very simple. There is no physical problem with your body or skin. What you experience are the symptoms of your thought patterns.
I want to mention that it is very important to start with a doctor first, and only when all the advice from doctors has failed and you still suffer from the symptoms of Neurodermatitis, then it is time to take things into your own hands.
There are three thought patterns that I see all the time when I share my knowledge with people who suffer from Neurodermatitis. Thought patterns which can never be resolved by one’s own thinking and which create deep frustration and stuckness. They keep the mind running, sap your energy and keep you itching and scratching.
Thought patterns Neurodermatitis itching: Trying to figure things out
The first pattern comes from trying to figure out:
- What to do with my life.
- What is the perfect job for me.
- How can I be more successful.
- How to become a better person.
The mind can never figure itself out, it is more like a big database that can retrieve existing information. It is impossible for the mind to find answers to information that it does not have. The habit of trying to figure things out is very common and most people are stuck with that habit without even being aware of it.
It’s the trying to figure out habit that keeps you from sleeping, it takes away your mental peace and undermines your self esteem.
Thought patterns Neurodermatitis itching: Looking for happiness outside of yourself
The greatest illusion of all is the illusion that true happiness can ever be found outside of yourself. In money, in other people, in a job, the list goes on without end.
- What can I do to be liked by others.
- I need to find the perfect partner to be happy
- I have to be nice so that other people love me.
- I need more money to be happy.
- I have to be generous so that they love me.
The need to look for love outside of ourselves comes from a perceived feeling of lack. A feeling of lack that we try to overcome by doing whatever it takes to get away from this uncomfortable feeling. An undertaking which will never ever work. The solution comes from realizing that truth about the feeling of lack.
Thought patterns Neurodermatitis itching: A “Poor Me” story
- I never get what I want.
- When I am close to a breakthrough I fail.
- Nobody can help me.
- There is no solution for my problems.
- I have to do everything by myself.
- The world is against me.
- I am unique.
A “Poor Me” story comes in many different facets.
I am suffering and nobody can help me. There is no solution, it is hopeless and there is nothing I can do, no matter how hard I try. The perfect description to Neurodermatitis.
When caught up in the story you are trying to make the experience go away, make it less painful or try to heal it. As we all know that is a very difficult thing to do. There is a reason why Neurodermatitis is considered incurable.
In reality it is much more simple to get out of this self created experience of suffering.
I like to compare Neurodermatitis to a nightmare. While you are in the nightmare dream you think the dream is real. You try to escape, fix, resolve the dream while you are in the dream.
The moment you wake up from a nightmare dream and see it as a dream you will realize that it is not real. The problem disappears.
Ending Neurodermatitis is very similar. It comes from waking up to the fact that all
- Figuring out
- Thoughts of lack
- “Poor Me” stories
are imaginations in your mind. The solution comes from a shift in consciousness, from realizing the truth about the personal reality that creates the symptoms of Neurodermatitis.