When was the last time you got angry? Do you remember what made you angry? How it felt in your body? Anger is a necessary emotion that we often try to avoid and resist. We know that society doesn’t want to see angry women and it doesn’t feel good to get angry. Personally, it’s an emotion that I haven’t rolled with easily in the past.
Lately, I’ve been exploring my anger with compassion and non-judgment. Anger is a useful emotion that is there to activate us; it’s trying to let you know what needs tending to. Deep down there is pain that you aren’t addressing and aren’t healing.
What would happen if instead of avoiding the anger or being in the experience of it, you became an observer?
In today’s episode, I’m sharing how one intense, eye-opening experience showed me my anger and its wisdom. I learned that it’s okay to be angry and it’s okay to work through it. Right now, many of us are experiencing very heavy emotions. I think that makes it a beautiful time not to spiritually bypass, but to ask your emotions what they are trying to teach you. I’m sharing how you can befriend your anger and find out what it has been trying to tell you.
What You Will Discover:
- How my recent experience of anger allowed me to see wisdom I hadn’t before.
- How to understand what anger is trying to tell you.
- What happens in our bodies when we’re angry.
- Why it’s easier to feel angry than powerless.
- Why anger is a useful emotion meant to activate us.
- How to move from experiencing anger to being the watcher of it.