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08 January 2009

I let go of all angry feelings

I let go of all angry feelings

Angry feelings are not beneficial to me, so I release them.

I live my life in a positive light and let go of negative feelings that creep into my mind. I am receptive to all emotions and all feelings in my life and welcome them; however, I am able to let go of feelings that do not benefit me.

Anger is a normal emotion, along with the feelings that go with it. Like anyone else, I have times when I feel angry.

This feeling does nothing to benefit my body, mind or spirit. I let go of anger and do not allow its negative energy to consume me. I have unique ways of releasing my anger. I use methods such as meditation, venting and expression to release my feelings of anger.

When I hang onto anger it is often due to other conditions such as stress or being overly tired. I calm my mind, light a candle, and put on soft music. I am able to meditate on calm feelings and release my anger.

When anger has lingered, I can release this anger by venting. Letting it all out allows me to exhale the anger as I inhale peacefulness.

Another way I can release pent up anger is by expressing my emotions. I use my creativity and artistic talent to express my feelings and release them. I can pop balloons that have the things I am angry about written on them or I can blow out candles that represent my anger, thus blowing the anger away.

Today, I will release angry feelings using creative and unique methods. I will replace these feelings of anger with healthy calmness that fills me with peace and love.

Self-Reflection Questions:


1.    Have I hung onto any angry feelings?
2.    What creative methods of letting go of anger have I tried?
3.    What healthy new ways of letting go of anger can I try?
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I joyfully treasure each moment with my family

I joyfully treasure each moment with my family because they are the source of my greatest strength and joy. While we certainly have moments when we disagree, we are each other's foundation. No matter where we go in life or what we end up doing, we will always have each other.

We are like a child's paddle ball. Our time together infuses us with the energy we need to go out into the world, but the bonds that connect us draw us back, again and again, to renew ourselves for yet another foray.

My family knows me better than anyone else, and they love me for who I am. They may disagree with me from time to time. Sometimes they are even quite vocal about their disagreements! But I know that they will always be there for me and that I don't have to prove anything to them to warrant their love and affection.

My family members are my forever friends. I have other friends, of course, and treasure them for a variety of reasons. But I cherish my family most of all and invest the bulk of my attention and energy in them. Friends and peers come and go, changing with the seasons of life, but family is forever.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1.    Do I invest enough time and energy in my family?
2.    How can I show my family this week how much they mean to me?
3.    Am I a source of strength and renewal for my family members?
 

Mind quotes

The colossal misunderstanding of our time is the assumption that insight will work with people who are unmotivated to change. Communication does not depend on syntax, or eloquence, or rhetoric, or articulation but on the emotional context in which the message is being heard. People can only hear you when they are moving toward you, and they are not likely to when your words are pursuing them. Even the choices words lose their power when they are used to overpower. Attitudes are the real figures of speech.

Edwin H. Friedman


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