Anger Management

Anger tends to get in the way of people throughout their daily routine and experiences.  This causes many to have imbalanced confrontations with other’s around them.  Sometimes it can hurt their work ethics, if anger comes in the form of rage.

In reality they fail to realize that the anger they are expressing is actually creating an anger filled electromagnetic field around them.  This tends to attract anger type of situations.  Plus, people who enter their electromagnetic field are more apt to feel unease around them.  The intense anger is clouding their view to the point that it seems that everyone is out to get them.  They feel like everyone is gossiping about them.  They end up not being able to live in healthy social relationships and friends come and go.  Their family don’t know how to deal with them.

The anger’s essence is fear.  The root of every imbalanced emotion expressed is fear.  There is a key to healing the fear causing this intense anger.  It is to look within and see the root cause of fear and anger.  The best way to do this is through meditation with breathing. Here is a wonderful excercise:

Releasing anger and fear through breathing is a great excercise. The first thing that needs to be done is putting your self into a total relaxed state through breathing deeply in and out.  This may take 3-5 minutes depending on your experience of meditating.  After total relaxation you can begin visualizing the imbalanced emotional energies.  It’s very important to feel the energy of fear and anger because facing anything that get’s in your way opens doorways to grander things.  The next step is to thank the imbalanced energies for showing you a part of your self that you are not.  By  embracing and thanking them for showing you a part of your self that you are not will open the opportunity of releasing the imbalanced energies.  Finally, imagine breathing out the imbalanced emotional energies into the light and breathing in loving and balanced energies.  This can be done for 3-5 minutes or longer.  The length and time may depend on the person because the individual may fear of losing a part of themselves by facing the fear within. 

 You have to realize that this part of the self in essence is not who you are.  Fear and anger comes from ego, the illusive self.


Eric Breault