“Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured.
~ Mark Twain.
Why is anger important? It offers us the opportunity to release from our bodies old suppressed feelings of victimhood, powerlessness and disease. Anger is personal. We are the ones responsible for our liberation. No one else can do it for us. Only we can use our anger as a catalyst for empowerment. When an individual is angry, it is always his or her anger, and his or her loaded (gun.) The individual decides what to do with that energy, whether to load the gun and shoot back, or whether to use his fist and fight back, or to use his voice to yell and bully, or to project the anger out to the other person or event – all of which are unhealthy ways to express anger. But, most importantly, all of us have the ability to use our anger as creative fuel to make the necessary changes within ourselves. By taking our power back, we are in a position to support each other and make the changes that our collective evolution on this planet is calling us to make. The way we can effect peace on the planet and support the people is to be the peace ourselves.
““You have the absolute ability to perceive and achieve world peace. Accepting it begins inside of you. When you have made peace with all that is out of harmony within, you will achieve inner peace. Make peace with the opposing forces that are at war within yourself.”
~ Kornelia Stephanie