Resolving Anger and Anxiety

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Watch our 2-hour class to help you understand and heal from anger and anxiety.

Below is a general outline of the 2-hour online course:

  • Understanding the nature of anger
  • Understanding the nature of anxiety
  • Learning methods of working with both anger and anxiety
  • How to release frustration and resolve anger and anxiety before they even get started in life.
  • Learning how to expand your senses to navigate the world more cleanly without anger and anxiety.

What is Anger?

Anger serves the purpose of releasing deeper issues, problems, and internal conflict, and it’s a pressure release valve. From the body’s perspective: it’s better to lash out with anger than to turn it around to destroy oneself.

However, anger is not very efficient and is the last step/tool in a person’s automatic release options. Suppressing anger is self-destructive, as the negative energy redirects directly into your body. Anger is a path of destruction, and anger’s purpose is to destroy problems.

How does one heal anger? The actual key is awareness of one’s inner self. Understand the root of anger is about releasing problems. It’s better to remove problems in other more efficient and less damaging manners. So resolving anger means developing habits that release internal conflict in constructive styles before it can release as rage.

What is Anxiety?

Anxiety is a challenging problem to tackle. Part of the reason anxiety can be hard to heal comes from the fact that anxiety often isn’t the root problem a person is facing. So, for example, you might feel anxious, but the real reason you feel anxious could be due to allergies or peer pressure. So anxiety and the cause can be separate. Sometimes it’s possible to see a direct connection between the cause and the anxiety. Many times people can be blind to the roots of their anxiety.

Another problem is that many things can cause anxiety at once. This often means a person could be facing several root causes but only focus on one problem.

One example of several problems combining into worse anxiety issues:

  • One: A person feeling anxious over peer pressure might focus on one primary bully at school, but perhaps they are also facing silent abuse at home they don’t recognize as bullying. A person might love the person who is abusing them and so turn a blind eye to one source of abuse (and hence their anxiety). It’s common for a person to get abused by many people at once.
  • Two: Additionally, perhaps that person is also eating food they love (for comfort), but it may be quietly causing an allergic histamine intolerance, which can also cause anxiety. Ironically they may again focus on only the bullying as the reason for anxiety since they are using the food to soothe their nerves. Another example of this is I knew one person who uses smoking as a way to calm their nerves. Yet smoking is, in part, the source of their distress, especially when trying to quit smoking.
Finding Peace with Anger and Anxiety

Anxiety can tear a person apart. Sometimes it becomes necessary to treat both the anxiety and the root problems in play simultaneously. The trap is people often only treat the anxiety but then don’t work on the root problems that cause the anxiety. When this is the case, the anxiety will always come back and worsen over time.

It’s important to address anxiety because it’s a warning sign your body, mind, or spirit are breaking down from a bad situation. Ultimately it can lead to PTSD and other more extreme problems. Later stages of anxiety, such as PTSD, are quite debilitating, where a person has to limit their exposure to the outside world.

Initial stages of distress can be moderated with simple remedies like herbs, relaxation, meditation, and positive lifestyle changes. However, anxiety shouldn’t be ignored through suppression, and time should be spent working on removing the root causes when possible.

Sensing Problems

One of our teachings is to create new senses. We are not limited to 5 senses and can develop many powerful senses to help us in life. This is a great truth because it gives a person alternative tools to find and solve problems.

For people experiencing more profound distress, there will often be a tell sign or a place in your body that tweak out due to the overload of negative impulses. You might feel an itching in your wrists, Your knees may get tense, or you may begin to have a motion that comes out like tapping, or you might feel a tickle in your breath and have a nervous cough. A pre-anxiety or anger attack tell-sign can take many forms.

I have a good dozen different tell signs for various problems, which I use to navigate around issues and avoid inputs that can badly harm me. This brings up a different truth; you can have many other tell signs for various sources of problems that stir up anger or anxiety. As you learn your body’s secret tell sign language, you can also have an early warning of the problems that cause you anxiety or to lash out in anger

You can develop a sense of these tell signs to alert you of problems and to expand how you sense and see the world. More importantly, you can learn how to feel and avoid the inputs that cause anxiety to live more securely.

You can contact us directly if you want lessons on expanding your senses in this manner.

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Professional Assistance Releasing Anxiety

Julie and I teach from a comprehensive collection of tools that will help you find peace and release anger & anxiety. Often addressing deeper truths require outside assistance to resolve the internal conflict a person is holding. We teach you how to release judgments that hold you back, and we will give you new angles for anger and anxiety management.

Arrange a private session with us to help you release anger and anxiety to live a better life.

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