Who knew certain low frequency emotions would be so difficult to navigate in the human experience? I mean its simple right? Feel it, process it, and let it go… But there is one emotion that seems to be the most difficult to conquer of them all. That is, ANGER. As of recent, we have seen how this secondary emotion is repressed and not properly released. We see it in the news every single day, violent outbursts, shootings, and mass homicides. We see societal uprising at an all time high, as anger toward the political and societal structures is causing these controls to break down. Illumination of fundamental issues within the governing bodies is causing an upheaval in the collective, and the way we let out this anger is perpetuating a cycle of war and famine.
Now, into our personal lives, this still applies. How does one properly deal with anger? A majority of the population, especially the masculine collective, doesn’t know how to properly vent this lower, denser emotion. Yet, it’s an integral part of the human experience. We need to fully feel these lower states in order to achieve and appreciate the higher moments of our lives. The only way to flip the script and transmute this experience is through proper release of these energies. Let me ask this question again: how does one properly deal with anger? It varies for each individual, as we all handle and process emotion completely differently.
When we are raised in a home where this emotion ceases to be shown, many of us repress it and don’t ever let it come to the surface. On the flip side, if we see this emotion being processed in an unhealthy manner, we can take on this behavior and carry it on through the rest of our lives. I see this so much, both ends of the spectrum. I, personally, still am figuring out how to properly process my anger. Since I am an alchemist and love transmuting energy, I, today, choose to use it as fuel to drive my goals and passions. But, when it is unprocessed, we can give off that frequency and watch more discordant angry outbursts occur in our lives. Now, how about the collective?
Our personal realities are constantly coinciding with the collective reality as well. Even though we may be at peace and sniffing roses every day, we can still see the collective uprising. This is why it’s important to process this emotion, or any emotion, in a healthy way. Because this frequency is being transmitted into your quantum field, it’s also being transmitted into the collective field as well. Thus, the more people we have that are properly processing this, the more ease we will see in the collective. Preventative measures are not a hot theme in society today. We’re more prone to intervene in a crisis situation. Unfortunately, it’s not until the kettle is steaming hot that we see a solutions toward cooling the boiling pot.
So what preventative measures can we take toward easing the anger? Meditation has been the most leading tool for me. I have learned to tie back into the breath and to release through a Dragon’s Breath. Breathe in light, exhale the density. Physical exercise has also helped when the cup is getting way too full for my own good. A healthy release of endorphins through physical movement has caused the greatest of relief in times of unforgiving discord. A few other insights I received, was, to throw rocks at a river, or even to punch a pillow. Better a down pillow than another sovereign being trying to trek their way through the journey of life. I highly recommend you research Healthy Ways to Process Anger and find what works for you.
Recently, I have noticed a lot of anger and judgment with individuals in my reality. We forget that with the expulsion of fear programs and the way these energies are causing us to release, that some fundamental emotions get left in the dust. Nowhere in my spiritual handbook does it tell me how to be a healthy emotional being. You guys got the handbook, right? Was I the only one? Okay, I didn’t get a handbook. I did receive a few scars though! They make me beautiful! I digress... Self talk is a mofo at times…
Okay, so I see a lot of people dealing with unresolved anger. I feel it within them when I step close enough into their field. Even at a distance, I send a text message and can immediately feel this sensation of “STAY AWAY”, right when I click send. Its okay, I have learned not to judge people that are feeling their very real emotions. But, this energy can affect other people in our lives, and can be cast onto innocent loved ones. Since this emotion is unresolved and unprocessed, we tend to carry it into the most unassuming victim is just within reach. It’ll usually take a very small, unimportant event to be the catalyst toward the spill of this emotion. That’s when we cast the poison held within onto another individual, and thus keep the cycle of anger and aggression alive and healthy. When we don’t properly process any emotion and project it, we can end up spitting our own toxins on another, thus having them carry our own toxicity. Is that fair?
No, it isn’t. But it’s the way of the unconscious world. It’s a reality we face every single day. This is where that terms “don’t bite the hand that feeds you” stems from, for me. So we have to deal with this poison at once before our loved ones get the brunt of an unresolved issue that we carry from WHENEVER it chose to enter our field. If unprocessed, we will continually see it played out into our reality until we properly release it. Our poison darts of fear and anguish don’t belong in another person’s field, PERIOD. Even if these arrows came from someone else, it’s our duty as human beings to end the cycle of pain. This is why healthy coping mechanisms are essential toward the thriving state of our society. This is how we discover true freedom. We learn that these arrows of resentment and pain are in constant flow in this universe, and we can transmute them. We can end the suffering cycles through honoring that it’s still here, extremely present in every individual we meet. This emotion won’t be cast out any time soon, so we have to learn to deal with it. Today, I consciously choose to be mindful of my lower and denser emotions, to transmute them accordingly in the healthiest way possible, and to help the generations to come by practicing preventative measures. I choose to tip the scales with love and to be a being of hope that wants to end suffering for this generation and many generations to come. And so it is, and always will be…just as long as we continually practice new ways to process our darkness.