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The Range of Emotions: Part 3

 As mentioned in earlier post emotions are not limited to just happiness or sadness; they encompass a vast spectrum of experiences. Last week we did a "Dive into Fear"! I trust you found that empowering.

For me and from my perspective I enjoy having knowledge and the tools to put myself back in charge...don't you?

Today lets do ANGER...GRRRR so many people suppress and avoid acknowledging anger and it is a powerful creative force. That being said anger like all emotions can be used for good and for bad... Always choose to use your emotions and the experience you are having FOR GOOD, and for the highest good for all involved.

I found that when I have bursts of anger, I am able to acknowledge and own that the anger felt was anger at myself. Being able to do this has taken many many years of "doing the inner work".

You see I believe that when I get angry it is a response from my inner being that has been compromised through a choice or action I have taken that has not served my greater good or highest potential.

I have compromise my inner world, no-one else has access!

Here is some valuable reading to further support how anger can be a creative force:

 Anger is often seen as a negative and destructive emotion, but what if we told you that anger can be a powerful creative force? When channeled effectively, anger has the potential to bring about positive change, inspire innovation, and serve as a catalyst for personal growth. In this blog post, we will explore how anger can be a driving force for creativity and how paying attention to it can lead to transformative outcomes.

 1. Fuel for Change:

 Anger has the remarkable ability to ignite a fire within us, propelling us to take action and challenge the status quo. It serves as a powerful motivator to address injustices, fight for equality, and advocate for meaningful change. When we channel our anger into constructive avenues such as activism, advocacy, or community engagement, we can create a positive impact on both individual and societal levels.

 2. Breaking Barriers:

 Anger can break down barriers and push us beyond our comfort zones. It challenges us to question existing norms, systems, and limitations. By embracing our anger, we can tap into our creative potential and think outside the box. It encourages us to explore new ideas, perspectives, and solutions that can lead to innovation and progress.

 3. Assertiveness and Empowerment:

 Anger can empower us to assert ourselves and stand up for our rights and boundaries. It prompts us to communicate our needs, express our opinions, and demand respect. Through this assertiveness, we can foster healthier relationships, build self-confidence, and create environments that promote open dialogue and understanding.

 4. Emotional Catharsis:

 Anger can act as a powerful emotional release, providing a cathartic outlet for pent-up frustrations and grievances. When we express our anger through creative mediums such as writing, art, or music, we can transform our negative emotions into something meaningful and impactful. This process not only helps us process our anger but also allows others to connect with and relate to our experiences.

 5. Personal Growth and Transformation:

 Paying attention to our anger allows us to understand ourselves better and identify areas for personal growth. It prompts us to reflect on the underlying causes and triggers of our anger, leading to increased self-awareness and emotional intelligence. By acknowledging and addressing our anger, we can develop healthier coping mechanisms, improve our relationships, and cultivate a greater sense of inner peace.

Anger, when harnessed and channeled effectively, can be a powerful force for creativity, change, and personal transformation. By recognising its potential, embracing it, and using it as a catalyst for positive action, we can harness the transformative power of anger to create a better world for ourselves and those around us. So, the next time you feel anger bubbling within, pay attention, and let it fuel your creative endeavour's and aspirations for a brighter future.

 Remember, it's important to manage anger in a healthy way and seek support if it becomes overwhelming or negatively impacts your well-being. Life Coach Lynda is here as your companion through these journey's taken for change for good. Reach out and lets work together to support your Greatest Potential and Highest Good!

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