Do you get hurt easily, or quickly frustrated, irritated, or do you have fits of anger? What if this is your way of dealing with things? If you are the type of person who regularly has a sharp tongue, it is unpleasant not only for those around you, but also for yourself. No one wants to act like that, to be angry at the people closest to you or be excessively hot-tempered.
There are people who direct their anger against a group of people they don’t personally know: fellow drivers (“Idiot, don’t you have any eyes!”), politicians, the pharmaceutical industry and homosexuals. When they talk about them, the anger and poison just exudes everywhere.
There are people who get angry about the littlest things: if there is no salt on the table, if a child makes a stain on the couch, if someone steps on your shoe. If your reaction is out of proportion to the “crime” you need to look at this. It isn’t necessary to be cranky every day, to be irritated about your partner or your neighbors, much less to show your anger all the time.
Behind Every Outburst Lies Some Intense Desire
People often become angry when they don’t feel like they are being listened to. Some intense desire burns within them that they can’t express. Not being able to express that desire builds up internally like a volcano. The volcano is waiting for any excuse to erupt. Whoever is in the immediate area is doomed, becomes the lightening rod, no matter how much you love this person.
What Do You Long For?
If you have the tendency to get angry easily, investigate what is going on inside of you just before your outburst. Find out what your deepest desires and needs are and write them down. Do you want to go away for a day, no distractions, with a friend? What are your needs? Some peace and quiet? Do you want to make your own decisions regarding money, the freedom to do what you like doing, having fun, not having to worry any more about someone else, do you want some support? For what do you have such a huge need that you almost don’t dare ask for it? Discover the longing of your heart and make it known: say it!
The MIR-Method and Anger
The MIR-Method approaches dealing with your anger from different angles.
Step 1: “Optimize acidity” supports step 2.
With step 2: “Detox all toxicity”, waste products are removed which possibly overburden your liver. An overburdened liver can cause you to become more easily irritated (“what’s on your liver?”).
With step 3: “Detach father. Detach mother.” Old ties to your father or mother are severed which may be hindering you to say what you need to say. Some sensitive people can even adopt emotions such as anger and frustration from one of their parents.
Via step 4: “Clear meridians” the liver and gall bladder meridians are worked on. When these are blocked, anger, irritation or feelings of resentment become stronger.
With step 5: “Supplement all shortages”, nutrient deficiencies become replenished, which are required for balanced emotional well-being. Many people are familiar with the phenomenon of suddenly being in a bad mood just before their evening meal because of a shortage of (nutritional) energy.
Step 6: “Balance hormone system” brings your hormone system back in balance. Many women are more temperamental just before their periods or after childbirth because of the imbalance in their hormone systems.
Step 7: “Fulfill basic needs” is very important with anger because this is where we work on the fulfillment of our needs. Once these needs are taken care of, the reason for our anger is gone.
Step 8: “Optimize Chakras and Aura” releases your throat chakra, making it easier to say what you so deeply long for. Your aura protects you from other people’s emotions so you don’t internalize the anger of other people.
Step 9: “Clarify mission” helps you to become closer to your purpose. You become closer to what you feel deep inside. The path for your life becomes clearer which clarifies your longings. This prevents that frustrated feeling of running around in circles in life. It takes away the need to feel angry because you know what you are doing.
Angry People are Ambitious
People with strong outbursts of anger are usually people who want something, to achieve something, to have meaning. When they feel hindered in their mission, in their destiny, it can lead to intense unresolved frustration and anger. My request to this group is that they realize that a strong longing, deep within you, is struggling to be heard. Look for it and focus your enormous ambitions and manifestation power on it. You will find that your anger is soon a thing of the past.
Question for you: What longing is so strong in you that you become angry or frustrated that it is not yet fulfilled? Tell us about it below. (Think: peace, understanding, attention, or…)
Wishing you a great deal of happiness!
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