That flaming hot emotion that attacks in the chest, belly and even in the lower gut. That urge to hit something, to break something, to smack the ever lovin S%!t out of something or someone.  Or possibly just to scream at the top of your lungs until there is no energy left inside of you.

Sound familiar? We’ve all been there, felt this way and maybe even acted upon the feelings to some degree. And we all know holding it in is not healthy. There is an extensive list of physical ailments caused metaphysically by not releasing your anger.  If you’re interested in this list or how to deal with your anger in healthy ways, email me, I’ll be happy to help.

But have you stopped to ask yourself where the anger really comes from? And no, no and did I say no, it is not caused by anyone else. It’s not the person who cut you off in traffic, its not your teenagers loud music, or your spouse ignoring you or your co-worker dumping on you.  These are the signals that we’re absorbing negative energy, but they are not the cause of the anger.

Anger, in fact all negative emotions are caused by allowing energy not in alinement with your true nature to invade your aura, energy field, or even physical body. Negative and positive are not good or bad, they are either in alinement with our true nature (positive) or they are not (negative). You are in control and decide how to react to or process the energies which bombard you every day. Acting in negative ways when faced with processing energy not in alinement  with you is when you are committing wrong actions or acting in a negative way.

How you process the energy around you, how you allow yourself to feel about another person’s actions, how you react to sights, sounds, even events is your call. Yes, I know sometimes bad things happen to us through no fault of our own, but at the end of the day we have the choice to send love and light to ourselves and outward to neutralize the energies which are not part of our true nature.

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16 thoughts on “Anger

  1. Nice post and I totally agree!

  2. I agree too and love your description of anger.

    • Katrina


      • I have had this anger but not for ages – somehow I would prefer it to the sludge I feel now – alas. I re-read your posts to help myself – you are so great Katrina – thanks!

      • Katrina

        Oh, honey, anytime, you can also email me if you just need to vent, sounds like we need to stir up that anger a little and get you raging again, 😉

      • Maybe – not sure – thanks again Katrina!

  3. This helps understand anger so much better, thanks Katrina.

  4. Many times we automatically assume that all anger is a bad thing. Could it be that, in some cases, it is good for us to be angry and we can use that emotion for good. Example: By feeling angry as we see someone being abused (or any type of sin being committed), the anger gives us the motivation to attempt to correct the situation. Just a thought.

    • Katrina

      Yes, righteous anger is a good thing, but so few people are emotionally equipped to use it in a productive manner, thank you for seeing the other side of this, have a great weekend

  5. This makes a lot of sense to me. I have often been told that I needed to find my anger at those who have wronged me in regards to abuse, and have been puzzled by the fact that I just do not feel angry. Hurt, betrayed, fearful, and overly-cautious in current and in pursuing future relationships, yes, but never anger. What I get from this post is that I did not allow that negativity to enter into the equation. Might that be another testament to my overall strength?

    • Katrina

      Absolutely, I was in an abusive relationship in my early 20s, but I never allowed myself to be a victim, and when I walked away, I did it with class, and strength and confidence, I never felt angry or vengeful, I have always only felt sorry for that person and how miserable they are with themselves, the only advice I would give you here is to try to heal your current fears, and while caution is a good thing in the early stages of a relationship, don’t allow it to keep you from being fully in the relationship once you are (fairly) sure its a safe relationship.

      • I can relate to how you feel about the abuser. I always wonder why people criticize me for not wanting to hurt that person for what he did. I mean why hurt him? he is already in so much pain otherwise he wouldn’t do what he has done. Thank you so much

      • Katrina

        You’re very welcome, thanks for reading

  6. i truly admire the work you are doing. i follow your articles and love what you have to say. you’ve already made a difference.

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