Anger is poison in the body, mind, and heart.
Grief, hatred, resentment, fear, jealousy… these are all bad for our health and can manifest into a plethora of issues.
Some examples of how anger can manifest in the physical body include heartburn, digestive issues, eczema, chronic inflammation, pain, and dare I say it, even cancer.
Anger also blocks the flow of abundance and joy from our lives.
When we remain joyful, our whole life is a celebration. The Universe draws to you what you are feeling and being.
Think and feel angry thoughts, the Law of Attraction (or Law of Cause & Effect) brings you more things to be angry about.
Think and feel joyful thoughts, the Law of Attraction brings in more joy.
When you plant cherry seeds, a cherry tree grows, and you sow cherries.
When you plant corn seeds, corn grows, and you sow corn. It’s quite simple. This is Law of Attraction and how it works.
I have been thinking a lot about anger — our relationship and history with it, how our parents expressed anger, how they set the example around how to deal with anger, and more.
Grab your journal:
- What makes you angry?
- Who makes you angry?
- Who/what are you still angry with from your past?
- What triggers you on the regular, on the daily?
- How do you react or respond when you get angry?
- When did your parents get angry with you?
- How did your parents express their anger towards you?
- How did you respond to their anger with you?
- What would you like to be released from your body and psyche?
- What are some action steps you can take TODAY to break the cycle?
I know that letting go of lingering resentments are the key to bringing more abundance and joy into my life.
I start every morning with a meditation where I release all anger and resentment towards others and myself – before I even get out of bed.
I end every evening laying down to sleep, and imagine a golden light washing over me. I release all anger and resentment I may have felt throughout the day and send all energy that is not mine back to where it belongs.
I fall asleep as I call my power back to me and let go of the day.
Sometimes I pray, repeat mantras, or simply breathe in feelings of love.
Because I am a very physical and action-oriented person, I also make sure I get all the grumbles out of my body through other forms of self-expression such as dancing, journaling, having necessary conversations, communicating my feelings and needs, working out, and practicing all the ways of self-care (bc self-love).
This includes cooking my own meals, daily skincare, seeing healers, and reaching out to people to hold space for me while I rant and rave that kimchee fire out of my system… I got a lot of it, lol 🙂
What about you?
What are you still mad about?
Are you ready to let go? What are you going to do about it?