Friday, January 17, 2014

Anger

** The information in this blog is parts of a book that the author is sharing for feedback.  No information can be copied without the author’s permission.

Anger comes through the feeling of righteousness. The thought that others are not doing what we think they should do or the thought that we are not doing what others think we should do occurs.  Either way this emotion presents itself, it is a protection mechanism as we cipher through what is the next right decision. We will be at a crossroad with our emotions.  The power of anger is very strong and it will feel as though we will have no choice but to follow this path.  The power of confusion lies in the middle of anger.  Question after question will layer our thoughts.  How we put these thoughts into our mind will determine the experiences to come.  When we are blocked from seeing the results of our actions and go full force with what we think we should do, the result will be full of anger.  It does not matter what either person thinks in the situation, the end result will be explosive.  Our thoughts and emotions are unbalanced and with such negative reactions, the end result will have no other option but to have a negative outcome.  If we take the anger and look at why we feel as though we have to protect our self, we will realize that the experience is not about what the other person's actions are.  We will understand that it is about what our thoughts are to bring us to this moment.  Our foundation inside will determine our reaction to such a powerful emotion.  Anger goes full force like a damn bursting with rushing waters.  Some of us even kill with this emotion.  If we take the anger and look at what we must change within our self, we will understand why we needed it for our internal strength.  As we build our foundation on hope and faith of Something Greater, we take the anger and turn it into sorrow as compassion emerges.  Gratitude will be the product and as we experience more and more of these moments, we will see that anger has become steps in our journey towards Something Greater.  We will let go of control and surrender to the knowledge that we are right where we are suppose to be to experience such knowledge.  We will then set boundaries for what is to come.  When we are experiencing pain, we must allow our self time to heal.  Our emotions will be wounded and scattered with periods of confusion mixed with the anxiety.  As we give our self time to allow these feelings to sit in the forefront of our mind, we will be like the icicle melting in the sunshine.  The beauty inside the ice radiates in the sunlight just as the anger begins to radiate strength for change.  We will then be able to turn the experience of anger into lessons that will result in examples  others will learn from when they look at our path.  Something Greater will be there to guide us on this path and will shine the light of knowledge as we ask for  the courage to change the things we can, the serenity to accept the things we cannot change and the wisdom to know the difference.
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