When you are clear about your feelings, intentions and communicate them clearly, you have a better chance of achieving what you want than if you lose control or allow your unconscious mind to manipulate the situation. Misplaced anger can cause more harm than good. Discussing what you truly believe and feel empowers you and helps you to direct your passions toward greater life experiences.
Truly knowing your reasons for discussing an issue enables you to grow emotionally in ways that will improve and enhance your mind, body and spirit.
The emotional triggers that begin an argument have little to do with the present situation. It has to do with old emotional wounds that are lying dormant that are triggered in the present. When you become aware that an old emotional wound has been trigger, take a deep breath and step back. Think of it as taking a ‘time out.’ Taking a brief ‘time out’ allows you to collect your thoughts and feelings to fully express yourself without anger.
Once you separate yourself from the heat of the moment, you will find that the emotional trigger is a familiar feeling, albeit, you might be unable to identify the original source. Honestly accessing the situation allows you to consciously respond more appropriately to it and make a shift in your approach. The more you allow yourself to step back and examine your feelings, the easier it becomes to avert arguments and allow real feelings to surface and guide you toward solutions that will improve your life and relationships.
You can make an agreement with your partner and those closest to you to ask questions to help you discover the source of your anger. The shared awareness can result in finding simple solutions for the triggering statement. You might also discover that you are addicted to the excitement of the adrenalin rush that the trigger holds. Yet, there may be a deeper issue that needs to be examined. You might be taking the situation at hand too seriously. For example: Laughing more easily and readily about yours and other’s foibles can dissolve the tension in the moment.
Sometimes issues such as trauma or bouts of rage (often diagnosed as Bi-Polar) are too deep or overwhelming to resolve by oneself. In this instance you will need professional assistance by a mental health practitioner, who will support and empower you on your journey to emotional and spiritual health and wellness. Emotional, Physical and Spiritual Healing (EPSH) is direct, focused and combines creating health while healing the past. It is precise, empowering, effective and an accurate process of changing the landscape of your inner and outer mind, body and spirit. EPSH allows you to access your past, present and future – as well as your subconscious, and clear negative energy on all levels – mind, body and spirit.
EPSH unifies body, mind and spirit and allows you to process the core emotional trauma in a safe environment. Experiencing the emotion allows the conscious and unconscious mind to process the details to create health and balance as needed.
Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, PhD, Metaphysician – Certified Hypnosis and Regression Practitioner, Author and Speaker. Dr. Dorothy facilitates clearing blocks, fears and limiting beliefs. You can live the life you desire. She brings awareness to concepts not typically obvious to one’s thoughts and feelings. https://drdorothy.net