Meditation can play a crucial role in OCD therapy. It naturally de-stimulates the nervous system and calms the level of excitation to more natural levels. The amygdala also becomes less active and begins responding to the world in a more appropriate way.

Get connected
With beeja

Or, Speak to one of the team at Beeja

0207 127 5008
  • The problem

    If you’re struggling with obsessive thoughts and behaviours, you’ll know how intrusive they can be.

    OCD is often dismissed as a quirky trait, but it can be extremely serious for sufferers. 

    You suffer from obsessions; these are unwelcome thoughts, images, urges, or worries that repeatedly run through your mind. Whilst anxiety is often the underlying cause, this very process creates added anxiety.

    You suffer from compulsions; these are repetitive activities which you undertake to try and reduce your anxiety caused by the obsession. It could be anything from repeatedly washing your hands, to checking the oven is switched off or repeating a phrase in your head. 


  • How it affects you
  • How can Beeja help?
  • Upcoming courses
  • Reviews
Find out how Beeja meditation can help with OCD
Book a course

Not sure about a course yet? Attend a free Intro Talk

Intro Talks:

A glimpse into the Beeja worldA glimpse into the Beeja world

      • Come along to one of our free introductory talks to find out how Beeja could uplift your life.
      • Join us at our studio for a relaxed and informal hour-long session, for a fascinating insight into this practice.
Find out more

Upcoming intro talks

Select a suitable date and time

“It's not about being tidy, it's about having no control over your negative thoughts. It's about being afraid not doing things a certain way will cause harm..”

Logo wave


"..I managed to switch off for long enough to get that floaty feeling people from Brighton swear by."
"I have a lifelong tool that has brought me calm, clarity and increased creativity"
"I've noticed that I’m no longer ruled by emotions – I can see when I’m angry or frustrated without being in that feeling.”

Our Locations

Join our courses from wherever you are

Beeja Meditation London

45 Hoxton Square, Shoreditch, London, N1 6PD

View map

Clockwise Glasgow

Clockwise Lounge, 2nd Floor, 77 Renfrew St Glasgow G2 3BZ

View map