I’m so mad!!!

Have you ever said that? Everyone has had a moment (or 100) where they feel anger. If you are a Law of Attraction groupie, you may berate yourself afterwards that your angry emotions put negative energy out into the world that will promptly come back to smack you upside the head. So you stuff your anger down, day after day, year after year, until one day you rival Mt. Etna’s spewing volcano that sweeps away every life form in a firey mess. Or worse, you build a nice little ulcer. Sound familiar?

Some people are angry all the time; whereas other people rarely seem to go there. So what’s the secret? What’s a consciously aware Law-of-Attractionite to do? When you put negative out into the world, it will come back to you. I don’t think anyone disputes that anymore. But that doesn’t mean that you are expected to live a pristine life of peace and peonies all of the time. Living in the real world would make that virtually impossible. And when you swallow your anger, it will burn you from the inside and give you a physical condition that you don’t want.

This is what I have learned to do to maintain a positive vibration and safely release the anger:

  • Accept that anger is a natural human emotion. Unless you are a monk or live alone on an island, you cannot be a human without experiencing it at some point.
  • How you use and vent the anger is important. If you use it to harm another person or animal, that is negative energy and you will go to jail (and then you’ll really have something to be angry about). If you use it to empower yourself to correct an injustice, then that is positive energy. I used anger to write my first book (and boy did that feel good to pound out the words on my computer and then see it in print).
  • It is not okay to simply spew your anger words on unsuspecting innocents, ever. For a person or situation that is causing anger, remember that angry words and actions only create the energy of more angry actions. So for those people or situations that cause you anger, go outside and scream your words or yell into a pillow first. Even just going outside to ground yourself, be with nature or breathe fresh air will really help. Doing something physical is the fastest way to expel the anger. And once you expel the intensity, then you can have a blunt but not angry conversation with the person involved.
  • If you’re just welling up with anger for no apparent reason, it is likely past anger that was suppressed and something small can trigger it. When that happens, remember to not take it out on the innocents in your area. Step away, go outside, go for a walk/run, and expel that energy.

It is important to not suppress energy in your body. Anger stored in the body will manifest as a physical issue eventually. I discuss this in the Integrated Energy Therapy Classes that I teach. So when you feel anger, do not berate yourself and make it worse. Accept that you feel it, then expel it in a safe way. You will be able to do this quickly and not worry about having a sustained negative vibration.  Win Win!

P.S. Want to learn more about this Law of Attraction stuff? Sign up for my 5-part online class starting March 31st called You are Your Thoughts!

Peacefully yours, Allie


About Allie:

Allie is a unique combination of self-empowerment coach (Certified Law of Attraction Counselor and Life Coach), energy therapist (Certified Crystal Healer, Usui Reiki Master-Teacher, and Integrated Energy Therapy Master-Instructor), award-winnign author, attorney and nationally-recognized animal advocate. Whether it’s wanting more freedom, creativity, loving relationships, financial security, wellbeing, relaxation … she looks at each person and animal holistically and creates a well-being plan. She combines these methods to help people gain control of their lives and to help animals live with comfort in our hectic world. It worked for her and will work for you!  She particularly loves helping our animal companions because for those of us who have them grace our worlds, they are our soul mates.

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2 thoughts on “I’m so mad!!!

  1. Thank you so much for this article!! This is something I struggle with, especially when I have days when I don’t know why or where the anger/frustrating feelings are coming from.

    I’m still a ‘baby’ in this process and really needed to read this!

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