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When the body shows serious signs of physical stress and illness it can be within our power to release the emotional blocks which may have caused the dis-ease. I stress I am talking about emotional distress and the release of that distress; not suggesting medical intervention be bypassed.
Quote from short video by Gary Craig the founder of EFT ‘Doctors treat a chemical imbalance with another chemical treatment. Consider the contrasting EFT approach to illness which suggests the root cause of the illness, pain or disease may be an energetic imbalance and/or an unresolved emotional issue eg the guilts, fears, anger we collect over a lifetime which may manifest in the body as illness.‘
What is anger? It is suggested that real anger is an addiction. People need a fix of anger in the same way that others need a fix of alcohol, drugs or caffeine.
A more general explanation of anger is that it is a ‘mask’ for fear, emotional pain or emotional hurt. Ponder over that should you consider you have an anger trigger.
I used to have feelings of anger and can relate to the mask explanation.
I rarely become angry. It is so debilitating. As quickly as possible I quieten myself. If necessary I will ‘tap’. I detest the feeling of not caring what happens next and being potentially out of control. No one will benefit. Least of all me. I cannot function properly when angry. Who can? There is no excuse for any behaviour resulting from a fit of anger.
I could labour this but to me the explanation given covers all bases.
What makes you angry?
Does it really make you angry or is it fear, hurt or pain that you feel?
If you are angry, do you need fixes of anger to keep you going?
Clean questions: Does your anger have a shape or form? Is there anything else about that anger?
I understand Maureen Greaves words completely. I have had to work on forgiveness. It does not come naturally but I intuitively knew that if I was unforgiving and angry I was only damaging myself.I quote Nelson Mandela in my book ‘Survive and Thrive after Trauma’ ‘It’s like taking poison and expecting someone else to suffer’. Continue reading