The world is filled with angry people. All lashing out and fighting with each other. Yet anger is merely an expression of the overwhelming pain and hurt that is stored inside.
You are not a bad person for feeling angry or for lashing out at your loved ones. On the contrary, you are hurting
- and if you are reading this page then you want it to end as much as your loved ones do.
The key to end anger is to access and resolve it’s cause directly in the unconscious mind – which is what Greene’s Release specializes in.
You will discover that anger and its cause is not complicated at all, but instead simple, and extremely easy to access and resolve.
“What do I do about family members who can’t believe the change?
My hubby said “Where’s my angry wife gone?”
and my son said “Mum’s been taken away by an alien.”
Even I can’t believe the change in me, it’s wonderful,
a relaxed and happy environment at last.”
Understand Your Anger
Anger is an emotion – a spontaneous reaction to life events. Each person has a dominant emotional response to stressful life events. These include hurt, sadness, being overwhelmed, and anger.
Individual responses to situations are not dependent on the type of event but your particular dominant emotional response. That’s why two people can have entirely different emotional responses to the same event.
While hurt, anxiety and sadness are strong emotions that make life difficult, they are mostly silent and only known to the person experiencing them. Anger on the other hand is an emotion that is physically displayed – yelling, screaming, emotional outbursts, destruction of property, fighting, and physical attacks.
The person whose dominant emotional response to life stressors is anger often behaves in ways that are socially frowned upon. They have to deal with the emotional and behavioral responses of the recipients of their outburst.
The thing is that no matter what your particular emotional response, it is automatic, not planned, and reactive so you can neither control nor understand it, which can leave you feeling very confused and angry with yourself.
Recipients of your outbursts have no idea that this is an automatic response, so they take the behaviors personally and react to it according to their own particular emotional response.
The anger response is a vicious cycle that can impact far and wide.
Why Do I Get So Angry?
Anger has been your method of hiding your hurt and pain. It has been your way of being strong instead of weak and emotional. Anger feeds adrenaline and doing this makes it harder to realize and take the first step to end it.
And today, right now, you need to know and take a stand against anger. Think of it as a third person, an emotion that is hurting too many people and damaging lives. Unless you wish to knowingly hurt people, then you have to take action. Right now!
Perhaps you grew up in an abusive and angry home, or one where emotions were viewed as weak. Perhaps you decided to hide your emotions from those who said cruel things to you, by being angry. Perhaps you have absolutely no idea why you get so angry.
Yet you spend your time trying to figure it out in your logical mind. Perhaps even going to anger management classes or looking everywhere for something that makes sense of it. Anger is your life topic, so keep reading and it will all make sense.
Self Test – Is Anger Controlling Your Life?
Take a couple of days to think about the following questions and find your own answers. Remember that it is natural to feel angry when you feel ignored or demeaned, or when people treat you disrespectfully.
1. What is happening in your life?
Are you doing what you love to do, being the person it feels natural to be, and surrounded by people who love you?
2. Are life events dramatic?
Is your life flowing along happily or does it seem like everything is going wrong, with unhappy experiences being repeated constantly?
3. Do you feel full?
Are you filled up and fed up with the sadness and unhappiness of life, and just wish to escape it all?
4. What do you think of people and your interactions with them? Do you generally like or dislike people? Are they usually kind and helpful, or always seem to be doing things just to annoy you?
5. How often do you get angry? Do you get angry at little things, or seem to explode at the slightest incident? Are you an angry person? Do you even know why you get angry all the time?
6. Make a list of what your life comprises, then examine it.
What are the components of your daily life, the regular events and situations, and your emotions and feelings.
7. Is your anger a natural response to individual events or seem to be an out of proportion emotional response that has taken control of your life?
Where Does The Anger Come From?
The frequency and intensity of your anger is due to the quadruple dose of triggers that you are exposed to. You are filled with anger to overflowing.
Therefore, the anger you feel today is not a reaction to today’s event, but instead comprise the anger you have felt every single time you have experienced this same event.
That’s why the intensity of your responses do not match the current situation.
Your inner storage bucket of anger is filled to overflowing!
- The current situation → creates an automatic emotional response
→ anger (your dominant emotional response).
- The current situation → triggers one of your life issues → creating an emotional response → anger (your dominant emotional response).
- Our lives revolve around life topics, and events which are continually repeated in order to push ourselves to go within, heal and discover the meaning of life, as the only means of escaping the situations these life topics create.
While life topics are very upsetting and dramatic while people are still within them, I see the joy and excitement when people are freed. Child abuse is amazing, as the happiness of the exuberant child immediately jumps up when releases are completed – as you see in many of the comments.
It is often a contradiction that many people have to push themselves to such extremes before they are willing to learn about life
- especially when the journey is so incredibly special, and the outcome is what we all dream of having – nirvana.
Anger as a life topic provides the opportunity to learn and experience the exact opposite life; that you are a special person, to awaken to love yourself, your family, your community, your country, the world, to feel valued, respected, safe, and much more…
You can discover the opportunities your anger life topic gives you by writing down the exact opposite of what you currently think of yourself, people, your relationships, life and the world. Imagine living that life!
- Many life topic events involve 3 emotional responses – an emotional shock that it happened, anger, and hurt. Typical anger topics include abuse, adoption, parent’s divorce, death of a parent, being bullied or made fun of at school, embarrassing experiences.
Some of the strongest anger responses I have personally witnessed during release sessions have come from people who were physically, sexually or emotionally abused as children, or who were abandoned or adopted. But I have also seen deep resentment and anger as a result of a teacher’s public chastising.
Yet most of these people had absolutely no idea that they were holding onto any anger about the event at all because it was hidden behind their repressed shock and hurt emotions.
“If I Could Stop Feeling Angry All The Time – Everything Would Be Fine”
Of course you would think this, and want to stay focused on anger alone. But your anger is a symptom - why you are angry is the actual topic.
It is like lining up buckets under a leaking roof (to cope with the symptom of dripping water) rather than getting the roof fixed.
Which would you prefer to do? Learn how to better cope with the symptom (angry outbursts) or resolve the cause of your anger.
Why You Haven’t Been Able To Resolve Your Anger
When you understand why your previous efforts to resolve your anger have failed, you will be open and ready to permanently resolve your anger via a different approach.
- You cannot understand an emotion that originates in your unconscious mind by consciously thinking about it!
- You cannot change or control an emotion that originates in your unconscious mind by consciously telling it to stop!
Every time you deliberately avoid an emotion you repress and send it inside to compound with your other stored emotions. You are full of emotions – that is why they are bursting out at the seams.
- Avoiding emotions does not dissolve them!
- Band-aid methods don’t resolve the cause of anger!
- They only teach you how to better cope with the symptoms!
- Each time you repress an emotion with a band-aid method, you are increasing your stockpile of angry emotions!
- You cannot resolve an emotion by intellectualizing it!
Your efforts to resolve your anger have failed for 2 reasons:
- Your focus has been to cope with the symptoms instead of resolving the cause.
- It is impossible to consciously address something (the cause of your anger) that is beyond conscious awareness.
Decide to Heal Your Anger
All it takes is one decision, to totally transform your life!
Have you ever woken up and heard a decision come to mind out of the blue. “I am going to get a new job”, “I am going to move out of my parents house”, “I am going to change my life”, and you did it.
These decisions are spontaneous statements of intent. They are statements of what has to become your reality, no questions, no doubts. They are what you have decided has to be, so they are naturally fulfilled.
Are you ready to change your life? Are you ready to reach your spontaneous decision that enough is enough? Are you ready to claim the exact opposite life? This podcast will help you reach this decision.
You Can Heal Your Anger
Thinking about anger does not resolve it – as you have already discovered. As strange as it may sound, thinking about your problems actually prevents you from resolving them.
The good news is that Greene’s Release shows you how to go beyond thinking about it, to actually get to and dissolve its base cause.
So there is no longer a need to think about or focus on anger, tell yourself to “stop being angry“, understand your anger, or even decide that you have to look at your anger in a different way. You can relax!
You’ll learn how to easily go beyond your limited problem solving mindset, right to where the cause of your problems are stored.
Then it’s a simple process of using the Greene’s Release technique’s to completely and permanently resolve and dissolve it.
Once you experience it first hand it won’t seem impossible or complicated at all – as you can see by the comments people make.
The results amaze me every single time!
It won’t seem like work at all, or as if you are doing anything about anger. Initially, you can expect to do things that wake up your mind and stimulate your senses, rather than charge into analyzing and brainstorming solutions for your anger problems (which as you know, doesn’t work).
This unique approach is the key to developing the necessary skills so you can take a walk right into your unconscious mind to resolve and dissolve the base cause of your anger with the Greene’s Releasing Technique.
But you don’t have to wait until then to see changes in your life. Because the workbook involves tools that you learn by physically experiencing and applying them to your specific life circumstances, your everyday life automatically changes without effort, as each exercise builds upon the previous.
You CAN do this. You CAN heal your anger. There is no reason for you to continually live with this pain. All it takes is 30 minutes a day to heal and gain control over all aspects of your life.
If you’d like to experience the kind of dramatic, positive change the Greene’s Release materials can create in your life, take a look some workbook excerpts then order Heal Your Self: A Journey to Find You workbook today and take the first step to change your life.
Related Articles in Our Anger Category:
What To Do If You’re The Victim Of Angry Outbursts
Why You Get So Angry & What You Can Do About It
Why You Get Angry With Your Child & What You Can Do About It
Understand Yourself and Your Life
How Your Past Shapes Your Experience of Life, and What You Can Do About It
How Your Core Beliefs Shape Your Experience of Life, and What You Can Do About Them
How to overcome Overwhelming Emotions
Calm Your Emotions
How to Step Off The Emotional Roller Coaster
A New View of Life
Your New Life After Greene’s Release
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