Anger – Management or Elimination

Personal Energy is a very new and unique way of looking at anger. This turns everything inside out and upside down. Rather than anger management, let’s take a look at anger from a new perspective. Let’s gain a different approach rather than seeing, knowing, and feeling anger from the “human” part of you. Let’s expand to viewing anger from the “being” part of you. We are all “human beings” – a human aspect and a BEing aspect. We are both form and energy. This is a given. People are learning to understand this concept. Rather than having anger, and doing anger management, let’s look at anger from an energy point of view and see where that takes us.

From the human perspective, anger is more than just a word. Anger is a feeling, an emotion, and a bodily sensation that resonates in human beings. Is this a necessary part of being human? The answer is “NO!” We do NOT need to have anger and “manage” it with anger management. We can live free of anger.

You were not born knowing how to be angry. Anger is a learned skill and behavior you acquired by watching your parents, brothers and sisters, peers, and many others who expressed and exhibited anger. You watched. You learned. You took on this new skill, and it became an integral part of you. Therefore, since you learned it ~ you can unlearn it.

Yes, but how? That is the great question. There is also a great answer.

A dictionary definition of anger: “a revengeful passion or emotion directed against one who inflicts a real or supposed wrong; a sudden violent displeasure accompanied by an impulse to retaliate.”

In actuality, plain and simple, from an energy point of view, anger is a vibrational energy frequency. It resonates within you causing you pain and discomfort. It can, however, be energetically erased, and it can be totally eliminated from your body and being. This is freedom, pure and simple!

Each time that you become angry, you explode like a volcano. The “lava” of energetic anger slides down and surrounds you. You are immersed in an energy field of anger. Trying “anger management” is fruitless – even when it does not show on the outside, you and your body are being damaged on the inside. You have created an energy prison for yourself. Anger manages and controls you. The key to set your self free is a Purposeful Energy Decision and shift in energy flow.

Consider the usual scenario: Over the years you have filled yourself up with the energy frequency of anger. It is resonating within you. When someone “shoots” anger at you, or pushes your ignition button, that energy spark connects to the energy “fuel” of anger within you which has accumulated over many years. You ignite. In other words, you explode with anger. Sound familiar?

Alternately, think of what your life can be like without the energy frequency of anger in and around you. Someone “shoots” anger at you, that energy “hits” you. You, however, are on “empty”. You have erased all the energy of anger from your body and being. Therefore, there is no energy frequency of anger vibrating in you. Nothing happens. There is no explosion. You are still. You speak calmly. You respond to the incident or situation calmly. That is because you are calm. Wow! What a great way to live life!

This can be your life. This can be your reality. Many people today live their life resonating at an energy frequency that is free of anger. Heart Forgiveness is a process that can and will resolve your anger issues, deeply, thoroughly, and quickly. Rather than more words or more information, this is an “experiential experience”. Heart Forgiveness is the key move beyond “anger management” to set your self free from the energy bondage of anger. Live FREE of anger!

Give as Good as You Get: How to Deal with Anger

A Speech Class presentation by Susan Butzke

Lets take a new look at how to deal with anger.

“Of the seven deadly sins, anger is possibly the most fun. To lick your wounds, to smack your lips over grievances long past … to savor the morsels of both the pain you are given, and the pain you are giving back is in many ways a feast fit for a King. The chief drawback is that what you are wolfing down is yourself … the skeleton at the feast is you.”

Frederick Beuchner in his book, “Wishful Thinking,” writes about a meal we’ve all eaten. A delicious but poisoned meal that will kill you without the only known antidote: forgiveness. Yes, that process that’s gotten such a bum rap… “forgive and forget…let bygones be bygones” and all that jazz. Tonight, I’m going explain what anger is and how it hurts you … then, I’ll tell you about forgiveness and why forgiveness is the solution to this harm and how to deal with anger.

So … what is anger?  The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines anger as “… an intense emotional state induced by displeasure.” And Dr. Redford Williams further clarifies in his book, “Anger Kills,” … “we’re not talking about the rage that drives people to shoot, stab, or otherwise wreck havoc upon their fellow humans. Instead, it’s the everyday sort of annoyance and irritation that courses through the minds and bodies of perfectly normal people.”

Anger, in all of its varying degrees of expression, is a powerful response that triggers an immediate physical reaction—the ‘fight or flight’ response; same as when you are afraid. In her article, “How Anger Works”, Molly Edmonds describes the physical expression of anger as: “The adrenal glands flood the body with adrenaline, cortisol, and other stress hormones. The brain directs blood away from digestion and towards the muscles in preparation for physical exertion. These changes are perceived as clenched fists, a pounding heart and a racing mind.” And this is all well and fine if someone has just stolen your wallet or purse…you need to be primed for action. But what happens if you are just pissed off about that idiot who cut you off when driving to work today? What are all those high-voltage chemicals doing for you now? Nothing good, I can assure you.

The long term physical effect of anger are well documented in the results of a study published in 2000 by the American Heart Association.

“Among 12,986 middle-aged men and women, those who rated high in traits such as anger  – but had normal blood pressure – were more prone to coronary artery disease or heart attack. In fact, the angriest people faced roughly twice the risk of coronary artery disease and almost three times the risk of heart attack compared to those with the lowest levels of anger.”

I’ve told you how anger hurts you, now for the antidote … forgiveness. Major world religions and wisdom traditions have long considered forgiveness one of the most important human virtues; others call forgiveness a process reserved for the weak when they have lost to the strong. Psychiatrist Dr. Lynn Ponton writes a great definition in her article, “What is Forgiveness?” – “Forgiveness is letting go of the need for revenge and releasing negative thoughts of anger, bitterness, and resentment.”

And get this: forgiveness releases powerful chemicals too. In the early 1970s, Dr. Candace Pert had a key role in the discovery of proteins called opiate receptors in the brain. This was VERY big because it showed how narcotics like morphine, heroin, and other opiate drugs affect the body. This also led to the discovery of endorphins — natural narcotics produced by our bodies that relieve pain and stress without addiction. In her book, “The Molecules of Emotions,” Dr. Pert states that “…forgiveness creates the “relaxation response” and releases endorphins to all parts of your body.”

With all of these benefits — why has forgiveness gotten such a bad rap?

As Dr. Ponton explains, it’s confusion about forgiveness:

“Forgiveness is not forgetting or pretending it didn’t happen. It did happen, and we need to retain the knowledge without holding onto the pain. Forgiveness is not excusing – we excuse a person who is not to blame. We forgive because a wrong was committed.  Forgiveness is not giving permission to continue harmful or hurtful behaviors; nor is it condoning the behavior in the past or in the future. Forgiveness is not reconciliation.
We have to make a separate decision about whether to reconcile with the person we are forgiving, or, to maintain our distance from them.”

Now that I’ve swept away your confusion about forgiveness…let’s recap:

  • Anger releases those high-voltage stress chemicals into your body which can make you sick over time.
  • Forgiveness releases blissful, feel-good chemicals that cause a relaxation response in your body.
  • And, after all I’ve informed you about tonight about anger and how to deal with anger, I believe you will agree:

Forgiveness does YOUR body good – it benefits YOU first . . . then everybody else.
When you choose forgiveness, you really do get as good as you give! As a gift from your self.

What’s Your Attitude?

What's your attitude?

It is hard to keep you attitude under control when you harbor anger. Our muscle testing results demonstrate that nearly all of those tested were holding even their first anger; AND every anger since then. No wonder so many people are in ‘anger management’ classes and therapies.

But, there is a way to empty that toxic bag and set yourself free.

The Heart Forgiveness process is designed to release these angers:

  • anger at others
  • anger at self
  • anger at god

How freeing do you think you would feel without a world of anger within?


Heart, Hormones, and Emotion

By Peter Ragnar, EnlightenNext

How many folks do you know who are fuming over economic conditions? Are you one of them? Have you noticed how addictive and contagious anger is? Maybe you secretly feel that the emotion is justified. After all, who wouldn’t be angry watching their 401(k) or IRA shrink like an unpicked vegetable?

Those who try to justify negative emotions rarely see the damage those emotions do to their hearts and other organs. I sometimes think folks would rather die than see their emotional explosions as unjustified, irrational, or dangerous. But findings from a 1989 study at Harvard Medical School should be sobering to those of us who have a tendency toward emotional tirades. Researchers interviewed 1,623 heart attack victims four days after their attacks and discovered that the heart attacks had taken place a mere two hours after angry venting and that anger had actually doubled their risk of an attack.

For most people, statistics like these aren’t powerful enough to override emotions. Indeed, we can only counteract negative emotions with positive ones. Why is this? It’s because we’re dealing with very powerful chemicals called hormones. As we explore this further, keep in mind that all your thoughts are chemical reactions processed in your brain and body. When you’re assaulted by the negative emotions of anxiety, depression, and frustration, you are also ramping up the production of free radicals and increasing your levels of the stress hormone cortisol. (As research by Dr. Sapolsky of Rockefeller University in New York has found, cortisol levels also spike upward two to seven days before you die.) Even if you’re lucky enough to survive this cortisol spike, your immune system will be greatly impaired because your body’s production of disease-fighting antibodies will shut down while the few remaining antibodies will be destroyed. Not a rosy picture at all.

So what can you do about anger? Here are a few time-honored basics: get on a regular exercise program, learn to meditate, improve your diet, learn some new jokes, and smile more. Remember, no one needs a smile as much as those who have none left to give.

The secret to staying alive and regaining peace of mind is to convert your demands into preferences. After all, if you downshift your emotional addictions to things you simply prefer, will you throw a fit if you don’t get them? Of course not. Nothing changes except the space you are coming from, and in reality, it’s only from this space that real change can take place. So give the world a sincere smile–it costs you nothing but creates so much! Good health to you!
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Benefits of Heart Forgiveness:

* Heart Forgiveness dissolves anger and resentment.
* Changes are immediately experienced in your whole being, body and energy.
* You learn to live free of Anger , in essence to live UNOFFENDABLE.
* Heart Forgiveness releases HEALTHY HORMONES into your whole body.
* Your Life Energy FLOWS with ease, bringing more peace, love and joy into your life… contact a Facilitator today to begin your journey to living free of anger’s toxic effects.

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The Center of Your Heart

center of your heart quote by rumi