While shopping for clothes on a quiet afternoon, I encountered a frustrated worker who decided to take her irritation out on me. As I left a dressing room with clothes on my arm, the young woman yelled - actually yelled - at me for not putting them on a nearby return rack.
Are you feeling unexpected anger, rage or sadness? You are birthing the new physical you! In the past few years, you have experienced several physical shifts – but nothing as comprehensive as has occurred recently. Your internal physical form is shifting from that known by your scientists into a crystalline structure with different connections and abilities.
So much is happening within your world – yet your joy is palpable. Those of you who have financial concerns or perhaps a loved one with issues, might find this paragraph difficult to comprehend. You might even be angry. But your pain and fear is of the past. Even though your vision of joy has not yet appeared, you feel an inner joy – almost as a guilty pleasure. Let us explain what is or has happened to your being.
Every day there are plenty of good reasons to be frustrated: another long line, telemarketers, a goal that isn't materializing "fast enough," people who don't do what they're supposed to, rejection, disappointment. How does one deal with it all? You can drive yourself crazy, behave irritably, feel victimized or try to force an outcome -- all self-defeating reactions that alienate others and bring out the worst in others. Alternatively, you can learn to transform your frustration with patience.
Anger is ego’s henchman. Whenever you are angry, know that ego is at play. Anger is a by-product of ego. Whether your anger is justified or not, anger itself is a representative of ego. Anger doesn’t let you think. Anger not only surmounts the heart, it also surmounts the mind. Anger takes over, and you see red. Red is the color of anger. Red-hot is anger’s temperature.
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In a continuation of our last discussion, we wish to add this information. To the ego or unrefined mind, it seems like “work” or a “discipline” to relax, go with the flow and surrender to Grace. It also seems like work as the unrefined mind is so accustomed to figuring things out, and being pro-active as it were. This time when your earth sun is in the sign of Cancer is the perfect time to ease into the peace, the feeling, the Grace.
Dear friends, today I am
here with joy and pleasure and I extend a warm welcome to every one of you. Our
meeting makes a difference. It is not only a lecture in which you listen to
words but my presence here which merges with yours creates an energy space
which helps anchor light in the earth.
You have a furnace within you. It is a furnace of love. There is a
little offshoot of it where you can divert your love. This offshoot is
called anger. It is really a little teapot spout, beloveds. Steam arose
from a boiling sense of injustice. Sense of injustice arises from
judgment. Anger does not exist without judgment. Oh, the spoils of
judgment! The havoc of judgment!
Well, after the wonderful "Mu" day on the week-end, it is almost as though we have "dropped" back into the traffic jam with the gridlock and the road rage. So many people are complaining about that feeling of being not able to move and feeling lost and miserable.
Why do you become adamant over the things you do? For example, you may become irate at emailed spam that you receive over and over again. You know it is not sent to you alone. You know it has nothing to do with you, and yet you are still irate. You know better, yet an annoyance may stir great anger in you
It is always yourself you are angry at. There is some transgression you have made that makes you angry. It isn't the other person or persons involved. No matter how much at fault they may be, your anger comes from something to do with you.
There may be greater or lesser intensity to anger, yet anger is anger. Something makes your blood boil. Even though you well know that anger is not worth its salt, you still have it. First there is upset, and then upset bares its teeth and becomes downright anger. Odds are the anger seems to be caused by a relationship, some kind of communication barrier. You do not feel you are being heard.