Member since January 2009.

Bio

Although I only became an active member at Desteni in 2009, I have been following and learning the material since 2008. I continue to push myself in my process daily and am determined to discover who I am as life, and help others do the same, so that we can change the world to realize the equality and oneness that are already here.

Kim Doubt

Deprogramming Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

How do we feed this disorder on a daily basis, and how do we learn to live otherwise? MY blog: Kim"S Journey to Life: http://kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com/ The course that can begin your own journey: DIP Lite: http://lite.desteniiprocess.com/ You can find More Journey ... —youtube.com

Day 163- OCD: The Guilt (pt 4)

Within this blog I am continuing working through the point of guilt within OCD, wherein not only am I placing myself as less important and less valued than the disorder, but I am also placing those in my world as second to my disorder. Continued from: Day 160- OCD: The ... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 162- The Guilt (pt 3)

Within this blog I am continuing workin through the point of guilt within OCD, wherein not only am I placing myself as less important and less valued than the disorder, but I am also placing those in my world as second to my disorder. "I constantly and consistently choose OCD... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

OCD and CSP: Is Self-Forgiveness Possible?

How to come back from the lowest of lows- I dare you to try this technique. Featured blog: It doesn't Matter if No One Knows: http://kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com/2013/01/day-150-it-doesnt-matter-if-no-one-knows.html My blog: Kim's Journey to Life: http://kimsjourneyto... —youtube.com

Day 160- OCD: The Guilt

There is a lot of guilt associated with OCD, and tonight I will be looking into the point of guilt in relation to the lack of focus and attention that is given to the surrounding environment, because the focus and attention is instead being paid to the disorder, the ‘mind-stat... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 159- Dermatillomania: Diffusing the Time Bomb

Within this blog I will be answering the questions I asked in my last blog: Day 158- OCD: The Inner Time Bomb. I had received much support from a recent video, after which I realized/was shown/began to understand that the compulsive skin-picking (CSP) is a focused, intensive, ... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

OCD and CSP- Physical Support

How to approach self-treating obsessive compulsive disorder, which includes dermatillomania, impulse control, body-focused repetitive disorder, and more. Here is the process in writing: Kim's Journey to Life - http://kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com/2013/02/day-158-ocd-inner-t... —youtube.com

Day 158- OCD: The Inner Time Bomb

Within this blog I will be digging in a little deeper, based on the support I was given here: “I didn't have such problem with my face per se but arms, and it all stemmed from perceiving myself as being flawed/ inadequate/ ugly/ anxious and it's like a zoning out because of... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

My Life of OCD and CSP

Here I am starting with walking my process of OCD and dermatillomania, or compulsive ski-picking (CSP). I'm sharing about my history with the disorder. I am also blogging about my process with these disorders: http://kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com/ —youtube.com

Day 155- I Have OCD

This blog is continued from: Day 143- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face Day 144- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face (pt 2) Day 145- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face (pt 3) Day 146- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face (pt 4) ... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 154- Dermatillomania: Secretly Out of Control

This blog is continued from: Day 143- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face Day 144- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face (pt 2) Day 145- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face (pt 3) Day 146- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face (pt 4)... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 152- The Fear of Not Having OCD

This blog is continued form: Day 143- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face Day 144- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face (pt 2) Day 145- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face (pt 3) Day 146- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face (pt 4) ... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 151- OCD as Dermatillomania: Delusional Mind

This blog is continued form: Day 143- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face Day 144- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face (pt 2) Day 145- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face (pt 3) Day 146- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face (p... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 149- OCD is a Cure Possible?

It’s interesting that in our economic system it makes more sense not to cure an illness, but instead to treat the symptoms forever. What is the motivation for pharmaceutical companies to find a cure when that would end the profit-making capabilities of the illness? The most pr... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 145- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face (pt 3)

This blog is continued from: Day 143- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face and Day 144- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face (pt 2) Within my previous blogs, I have been writing through my history and current experience with OCD. I use the terms OCD an... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 144- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face (pt 2)

This blog is continued from: Day 143- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face In my previous blog I shared a bit about my history with ocd/dermatillomania- how I realized I had it, how it affected my life, and how everything began to change. Within this blog, I will ... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 143- Dermatillomania: Staring the Beast in the Face

I didn't realize I had anything ‘wrong’ with me until my abnormal psych professor described what seemed like my exact experience in front of the entire class. That’s when it dawned on me that I had OCD. I was about 17 at that time, and I had had the disorder for as long as I c... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 141- Assertiveness as Steadfastness as Breath (pt 5)

This post is continued from: Assertiveness and Steadfastness as Breath Assertiveness and Steadfastness as Breath (pt 2) Day 139- Assertiveness and Steadfastness as Breath (pt 3) Day 140- Assertiveness as Steadfastness as Breath (pt 4) I forgive myself for accepting... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 142- Assertiveness and Steadfastness as Breath (pt 6)

For context, this blog is continued from: Assertiveness and Steadfastness as BreathAssertiveness and Steadfastness as Breath (pt 2)Day 139- Assertiveness and Steadfastness as Breath (pt 3)Day 140- Assertiveness as Steadfastness as Breath (pt 4)Day 141- Assertiveness and Stead... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 138- Assertiveness and Steadfastness as Breath (pt 2)

For context as to why I am purifying and re-defining these word to living words, visit my previous blog: Day 137- Assertiveness ass Steadfastness asBreath. I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to connect the word ‘assertiveness’ to the word ‘rude’. I forgiv... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 136- Why Do We Fear Making the Genuine Decision to Change?

Within this blog I am exploring the self-compromise I have accepted and allowed in my life due to sub-consciously sabotaging myself in so many ways, because it creates chaos in my world from which I can cry ‘helplessness’ thus giving myself the excuse to not have to stand up a... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 135- Stop, and Change

The fact is that I’ve realized that I subconsciously manipulate myself with self-sabotage by using internal emotional energetic experiences such as fear and uncertainty as excuses to not move myself so that I create a loss of control in my life which justifies the certain spec... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 134- Out-of-Control as a Mind State Only

This blog is continued from Day 133- I'm Out of Control: I commit myself to move myself through moments of uncertainty as it arises, to see it for what it is: an emotional energetic experience that is not real, as it is not based on the fact that “I don’t know what to do”, b... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 133- I'm Out of Control

I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to create and manifest an energetic experience of uncertainty within and as me, which I use as an excuse not to move forward and move on, but rather languish and stagnate in the moment in fear, not thinking clearly or practica... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 132- Why do Women Always Want Other Women's Men?

Within this blog I will begin to work through the point of guilt that I have existed within and as throughout my life. Guilt is a point that has directed me very much in terms of my interaction with others in my life and world, at point that has had very much to do with how I ... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 131- Chasing the Carrot on the Stick

I’m taking a pause from the series I have been writing through because as the time has passed since I began writing out the resistances and difficulties I experience as a student, I have actually finished my studies. Therefore I will be focusing on what is in my immediate envi... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 130- The Pursuit of Happiness

Within this blog I am digging deeper into the self-diminishment caused by the pursuit of happiness. This blog is continued from "Day 129- Programming Myself to Succeed", and "Organic Robot Programmed to Fail". In order to reveal the source of what drives me to pursue happines... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 129- Programming Myself to Succeed

This is a continuation from yesterday's blog "Organic Robot Programmed to Fail" Within this blog I am exploring and investigating the concept of pursuing ‘likes’ and avoiding ‘dislikes’ as a way of living, which so many of us do, but mostly to our own detriment (continued ... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 128- Organic Robot Programmed to Fail

Within this blog I am exploring and investigating the concept of pursuing ‘likes’ and avoiding ‘dislikes’ as a way of living, which so many of us do, but mostly to our own detriment (continued from this series: Blog Series- Becoming an Effective Student ). This topic was broug... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com

Day 127- From Slave to Master of Myself

This blog is continued from: Day 124- Pursuing Likes and Avoiding Dislikes Is Not Really Living Day 125- A Prisoner to Addiction Day 126- Is Forcing Myself Abuse? Within this blog I am continuing to write out my self-commitments and self-corrective applications in order... —kimsjourneytolife.blogspot.com