Posts Tagged ‘anger’

Do You Feel Trapped?

Getting the feeling of being stuck and unable to Release can happen because our mind can rise up without our noticing. Momentum is very important in Releasing. We have built up the negative mind for a long time and energy is needed to Release that negativity. We must take responsibility for our momentum. When we keep up our momentum, we keep our discriminator open and sharp, so we can see what is going on in our life.

Decide to be Resolved with Negative Habits

Tweet   In deciding to review past resolutions, intentions or goals, means we are continuously willing to keep moving forward and challenge ourselves to be positive. We are determined to overcome whatever issue that we would like to resolve. If overeating, smoking, drinking, excess internet gaming, etc. are issues that you would like to really overcome, you need to decide for yourself that you would like to be DONE with holding onto these habits. In order to achieve our goals, we have to be willing to examine our thinking, and correct what we are holding in mind.  Most people that …

Anger: Out of control because of being so mad!

Tweet Well if you keep telling yourself, “You are out of control!”  “You are so mad!”  Well you are holding that reality in mind.  The more you complain about being angry or mad, the more you are focused on that reality; therefore sustaining the problem instead of working towards a positive resolution.  We don’t realize it that we are fueling our thoughts in anger.  These angered thoughts are also suggesting we are out of control.  We are sustaining the problem by responding in anger; therefore the problem is gaining momentum and the resolution actually appears to be further out of …

Who Said You Have to Listen to That Ego?

Tweet Who told you that you have to listen to your Ego/mind—that voice playing in your head 24/7? Somewhere along the line you got the impression you had to listen to your mind/ego. You got the impression you had to believe what it’s saying to you. You Got the impression you had to do what it tells you to do. You have to follow its orders. It’s like the story in Greek Mythology where the mermaids lured the sailors over to the rocks and they crashed on the rocks. That noise, that voice playing in your head is crashing your …

Making the best out of a bad situation

When life hands out lemons, why not make lemonade! This approach is deciding to view all situations and circumstances as an opportunity of seeing everything in a good way. The more we practice viewing things positively will help us to shift our attitude away from ‘I can’t…’ towards “I can!”