posted on Sep, 21 2016 @ 12:12 PM
a reply to: geezlouise
Not at all, i'll go deep as well
We can not prevent anger by eliminating the outside things we think are responsible for it, try for 10.000 years or eternity and still it will not
work, anger will always come back and in greater force once there is a new trigger because it is nourished, the mind will always find a trigger since
that's the nature of this reality. Nature is always in constant motion & fluctuation and change, it never is static, from galaxys to humans and then
subatomic levels. The mind who tries to control the outside world will always end up miserable once the illusion of control is gone, in fact it is
because most humans don't typically go beyond the level of the mind that they suffer all kind of emotions and inner turmoil, contradictions and
cognitive dissonance. Beyond mind there is a calm soothing morning light, for everyone to see, it doesn't matter how unfair we think life treated us
or how angry/sad we feel and won't let go of suffering, it is there to see and seeing it changes everything, even if we only notice a fraction of it.
There has yet to be one person who has not changed dramatically once he/she became aware of what is truly concealed within man.
Anger is always experienced inside of ourselves, never outside like all other emotional states. This is positive because then we can do something
about it, ultimately it is our responsability for the things we allow to create and release upon others and ourselves. If anger was an experience that
occurred outside of our own boundaries/control, then logically it would be much harder to do something about.
By trying to eliminate the objects of our frustration/pain it will only temporarily calm us down(If successful)but each time it happens the toxic
habit takes deeper roots within, because humans are creatures of habit. If we plant ugly seeds and nourish them, eventually we'll get an ugly harvest.
The opposite is also true by planting positive seeds.
In the end, most of the anger(negative emotions) people living in the none third world countries will experience over the course of their entire
existance is not because of someone who raped our children, or killd someone close to us, those situations are not the norm. It's because of the
ordinary, seemingly small things that happens most days. E.g. someone calld us stupid or questioned our authority/integrity, someone yelled at us or
laughed at us infront of others etc. When we learn to be aware of our daily toxic emotional habits and see what is really going on inside of
ourselves, beyond the surface, then it will also change how we react to the real emotional traumas of life(even if they have already occurred and
weighs heavily upon us) the skeptics would be surprised if they only knew.
edit on 21-9-2016 by Omnik because: (no reason given)