Anger and hostility seethe and rage within most of us. Though we are usually successful in sublimating it beneath our civilized veneer of kindness, for many of us that sea of fire continues to smolder, ready to erupt with passion when our switches are flipped or our chains yanked.
If we’ve been spiritually illuminated we’ve probably remembered to pray about all our issues. Anger issues with their power of emotional intensity are those we should pray most about. However even with prayer, you may find, as I did, that hostile self-talk bubbles up from the molten lava within, especially when the issue isn’t resolved. Until we feel at peace with the other party, anger is hard to resolve, but why is that?
This internal boilage, punctuated with thoughts of a negative nature, is a sign that we are not trusting God to do His magic on our lives. The anger is an evidence of fear that our lives may again be harmed and interfered with by antagonistic others.
Fear and anger are a far cry from what we should be feeling, which is faith, love, and gratitude in advance for all the good things God is doing for us in other sectors of the cosmos — most particularly in the hearts of those who we perceived have harmed us.
When we remember that God is real and have faith in that Benevolent Source Energy Power, and love it, and are grateful for it, the hostile self-talk will fade into nothingness and the inner volcano can go dormant.
About MeHi there, I'm Linda Jo Martin, a spiritual seeker and writer living in the Klamath River Valley in Northern California.
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