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the energetics of anger (part 3)

Posted on: February 11, 2011

In part 1 we discovered that we get angry because we feel disempowered, and in part 2 we saw that we can choose to draw our power from other sources. Here’s an exercise to do this.

  1. Plant your feet on the floor, relax your body, and close your eyes.
  2. Consider a situation or person that recently caused anger to arise. Pay attention to the solar plexus region. Note any constriction or tension.
  3. Breathe deeply into the solar plexus. Send it the message, “This is not your job to worry about. You can let go, and let me take charge.”
  4. Visualize sending roots down, through your body, deep into the earth. Imagine energy surging through your body from the ground.
  5. Now send a root or cord up into the sky. See energy coursing down through you from both above and below.
  6. Return your attention to the source of your anger. Try a statement, either to yourself or out loud, such as, “I see that I was trying to take power from you to feel better. I wish you your own empowerment, and that you can feel loved. I now ask the earth and the heavens to support and supply me with all I require.”

Alter as needed. And if you try it, as always, please leave a comment with your experience.

transforming anger


2 Responses to "the energetics of anger (part 3)"

[…] and how to find true energy from our source rather than from someone else (rad part 1, part 2, and part 3 if you haven’t yet). Today, though, we’ll approach anger in a different […]

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