Controlling our anger and healing our soul
It is very difficult to control our emotions, and it is impossible to have only positive emotions in our life. But dealing with anger could be really stressful, and it’s important to understand that sometimes if we lose control of our emotions, we can lose control of everything.
I think developing a relationship with our inner self can make us mentally strong, and able to control our feelings. It is crucial to understand where the anger comes from, in order to process and cope with it.
Anger is an emotion that can be damaging to our mental and physical health. So it is very important to get in the root of the problem, and take control of our thoughts, so we can be in control of our emotions.
It is normal to feel frustrated from time to time, but anger can be very destructive when uncontrolled. There are productive ways to deal with anger instead of lashing out at others. By controlling our internal responses, and it is possible to increase our tolerance to frustration, and our thoughts and responses can be converted or redirected.
By changing our perspective, we don't give away power to external situations to destroy our inner balance. As a spiritual person, we need to understand that whatever we give out, the universe will bring back to us.
Instead of being frustrated about what we can’t change about the world, we can destroy our anger by acknowledging our emotions and not letting inharmonious thoughts disturb our inner calmness. Compassion and forgiveness also play an important role managing anger. Unresolved anger leads to resentment, and forgiveness is the path to heal resentment.
In order to live a lighter, happier life, and release anger, the first step is learn to forgive ourselves. If we carry around a sense of blame for past things, we keep resenting aspects of our life, and all this negativity inside us, prevents us from moving forward.
If we see forgiveness as a positive way to release negative emotions, we are able to let go of anger, resentment and frustration. If the situation leading to frustration and anger is an external problem, we can also control the way we see this circumstance or person, and develop a habit of understanding that hating and being angry with something or someone, does not harm them in any possible way.
In order to be kind to ourselves, we need to free ourselves from this evil. When we give ourselves permission to let go, we stop bottling up the pain, and offer our soul permission to heal.