posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 10:01 PM
I identify the cause, and then remove it from my life.
Anger is a form of response to a stimulus, like anything else. Stop exposing yourself to the stimulus, and you'll stop experiencing the response.
I will never be part of the mainstream workforce, ever; and I do not care if I starve as a result of that. I've had maybe two jobs in 20 years,
other than some freelance Web design work; and that was because I knew when I left school, that if I ever got a job, I could not be trusted to refrain
from literally killing a psychopathic or abusive employer.
I have identified which family members tend to be a persistent problem, and although I have not disowned the immediate family completely, my exposure
to them is limited, and completely on my own terms. I don't do weddings, funerals, Christmas, or any other large scale gathering, but I have no
problem with seeing them in groups of four or less.
I am not vegan, but I do not eat meat excessively, and ideally I also keep my salt intake down. I do not eat either monosodium glutamate, or
artificial sweeteners, as I know that both of those things are neurological excitotoxins. I have smoked marijuana occasionally, (generally no more
than once per fortnight) but I do not smoke tobacco. I generally do not consume alcohol, although do occasionally.
I do not masturbate excessively, and I have not had sex in five years. I have noticed a marked correlation between retention of semen, and lack of
physical aggression. Although I am not doing so regularly at the moment, I have meditated in the past.
I am not an atheist. I believe in Kali Ma, and call on the aid of both her and the cardinal archangels at times. Although I do not do it often
enough most of the time, I have learned how to regulate and purify my energy when I need to. When I do still get angry, I can usually talk myself
down from doing anything too serious.