How to turn anger into effective action???????

There is a great deal of anger in people about the state of the world, which is just coming to the surface. It is very important, however, what to do with this anger when we feel it in ourselves.

There is a great deal of anger and tiredness in people because of the state of the world, which is just coming to the surface. During this time, the truths are increasingly being revealed, including various frauds, corruption, etc., in which politicians and “respectable” people are also involved.

When these truths are revealed, people often feel resentment or anger towards situations or “elite” people who perform various actions that affect our society. These can be planned economic upheavals and the destruction of society, political lies, various unconstitutional t. i. obvious measures or anything else. We often believe that we are “awake” when we learn these truths, and that our awareness has expanded in some way.

It is very important, however, what to do with this anger when we feel it in ourselves. Prolonged anger, resentment and anger act as a slow poison that affects our health and mind on a daily basis.

Unpleasant emotions, such as anger, fear, etc., are, of course, to some extent useful and necessary and already evolutionarily destined for survival, but they are a very large consumer of energy. It is important that we do not suppress them or drown in them, but allow ourselves to feel them and then learn to transform them into inner strength, change, creation and good solutions.

In a state of prolonged anger and resentment, it is difficult to really connect with good ideas and solutions to overcome the current situation and the state of the world. Namely, anger obscures our creativity, innovative mind and ability to create a truly different result.

When anger comes up and we feel it, that’s okay, of course. There is nothing wrong with her showing up. Most often, this emotion tells us that someone has crossed our boundaries, that e.g. endangered some of our values, that we need to set ourselves, set a limit for others in accordance with our values. Anger is therefore always a demand for change; e.g. to cause a change in another person’s behavior.

So the feeling of anger is not wrong and it is not true that you should never feel it. But a long-lasting sense of anger doesn’t get us where we want to be. Are we really free if we can get angry so easily?

By practicing mindfulness and certain MBSR “Mindfulness – Based Stress Reduction” techniques, we can learn to stay grounded so that we are not overwhelmed by anger or swallowed by fear, so that we do not react negatively to negativity. We learn to look at the world more broadly, to face it and ourselves, we learn to respond consciously.

Being in an empowered state, in contact with yourself is the key to changing yourself and consequently to changing the current state of the world. The more people who align themselves with their intention to be in touch with themselves and are empowered, the more we will move towards change. This is our natural state in which we awaken.

Why do so many people find it difficult to find serenity, peace and knowledge within themselves for solutions and progress?

In general, they are angry at the state of the world and do not work on their “why”. They don’t question themselves and they don’t research. The media they watch and the influencers who follow them are often polarized and tell them who the bad guys are and why they should be blamed for everything. They simply do not observe what is happening around us and do not use this information to make decisions about how to act, but only observe and become emotionally charged and stuck.

They remain stuck and identified with their thoughts, emotions, and beliefs. They walk in a circle and create the same result over and over again.

But when we choose the path of empowerment:

We create awareness from a space of neutrality that allows us to be free and consciously respond, respond instead of just react. Using mindfulness and various MBSR techniques and pattern reshaping techniques that interfere with our neuroplastic mind, we develop contact with ourselves, the environment, and life as something less tense, more fluid. Let’s clarify what we want our world to look like, our reality. We create our reality, we live our truth, our conscious life, and by our example others join us on the path of empowerment.

If we only automatically respond to what is happening in the world all the time with anger, judgment, accusation, or resentment, our power goes to those who commit these acts, and we will experience suffering in the mind.

Change will happen when we accept situations and conditions as they are, even if we disagree with them, and transform the energy of anger into our inner strength, creation, and solutions. We focus our attention and energy on what we want to create, not on what we don’t want.

When we are in tune with who we really are, rather than relentlessly stuck in our emotions, distracted or upset, we are very calm and peaceful, benevolently present. That’s when we tune in to our full potential. We can influence what we want to change, transcend what has limited us.

However, if we are only angry all the time, we repeat the cycles of struggle, thus slowly harming ourselves and not seeing solutions. However, if we are informed and at the same time self-exploring, empowered and in our natural state, simply aware of who we really are, we act with the intention of doing good for ourselves and others, taking action and acting effectively with good solutions.

When we no longer act out of anger, it means creating freedom within ourselves. It is a different state of mind and being. Instead of triggering automatic “fight or flight” reactions all the time, we are aware and have the freedom to choose how we want to respond to something, instead of just reacting automatically.

Think about what it’s like to be angry and angry at what other people are saying. Are you feeling well? Does that drain your energy? Does it help change things? Do people respond better to your ideas when you are angry or when you are calm and open?

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