The Truth about Anger

  • It’s okay to be angry.
  • It’s necessary to feel your anger in order to process it and release it.
  • Everyone experiences feelings of anger.
  • Anger is an automatic response to a perceived threat, it’s natural to feel angry.
  • You can learn ways to healthily express your anger. You have the power to chose what to do with your anger and you can chose not to let it control you.
  • What someone choses to do when you are angry has nothing to do with you.
  • People are going to be angry at you sometimes and that’s okay.
  • If someone is angry with you, what they’re feeling is their responsibility. People can be angry with you, even if you didn’t do anything.
  • It’s no one’s fault that you’re angry. No one can cause you to feel angry or do something to you to make you feel angry. Someone may do something that triggers the emotional response of anger, but your anger is your responsibility.
  • If you get angry at someone, it is your responsibility to deal with your anger and set healthy boundaries when necessary.
  • Punishing someone, hitting, breaking things, acting out physically, shouting, and yelling are all harmful expressions of anger. You can choose not to do those things and find other ways to express yourself.
  • You can be angry with someone and love them at the same time.
  • Someone else can be angry with you and still love you.

Understanding your beliefs about anger is crucial to dealing with it. Anger is often seen as a negative emotion, but it is a natural and healthy emotion when expressed effectively. Acknowledging and expressing anger can help us communicate our needs and boundaries effectively.

It is essential to address any negative beliefs or misconceptions about anger that may prevent us from expressing it positively. These beliefs can come from various sources, such as cultural upbringing and past experiences. However, working to believe the truths about anger can help us manage it better.

When we give ourselves permission to feel anger, we allow ourselves to experience and express it healthily. Suppressing or denying anger can lead to negative consequences, such as physical health problems and strained relationships. By accepting our anger and expressing it in healthy ways, we can better understand ourselves and our needs.

It is also essential to allow others to express their anger constructively. By creating an environment where everyone can express their emotions healthily, we can build stronger and more meaningful relationships.

What would happen if you started feeling your anger? 

You may find that you are better able to communicate your needs and boundaries, leading to healthier relationships and increased self-awareness.

In conclusion, repressed anger is a common issue that can cause a range of problems in our lives. Understanding the root cause of our anger and identifying our beliefs about anger can help us manage it effectively. By using tools like intuition and Reiki, we can release our anger from our energetic system and cultivate greater emotional intelligence. In the upcoming weeks we’ll talk more about understanding anger, using intuitive messages to learn more about your anger, and the role of Reiki in releasing anger.

Remember, it’s okay to feel angry and it is necessary to process and release it in a healthy way. By doing so, we can enjoy life and keep our energy balanced.

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