LISA RENEE: “Spirit of Patience”

“Learning and acquiring patience will take an individual far out of their comfort zone and thrust them into lessons of transformation. Patience is required to develop deep empathy and compassion towards others which allows us to be generous with Forgiveness. Patience is the endurance of meeting life challenges without negativity, in so that we can build our core strength to be effective and powerful vessels of God Spirit. Without the strength of the Spirit of Patience we can digress into self entitlement and emotional tantrums to get what we want from the selfish Negative Ego desires and its whims.”

~Lisa Renee

 

The Spirit of Patience is one of the seven main spirits of Christ.

The Spirit of Patience is an essential aspect toward developing Spiritual Maturity and growth into a strong moral character. Developing the Spirit of Patience allows us to develop strength in ourselves to expand our consciousness and go beyond our perceived Ego/Personality limitations. Learning and acquiring patience will take an individual far out of their comfort zone and thrust them into lessons of transformation. Patience is required to develop deep empathy and compassion towards others which allows us to be generous with Forgiveness. Patience is the endurance of meeting life challenges without negativity, in so that we can build our core strength to be effective and powerful vessels of God Spirit. Without the strength of the Spirit of Patience we can digress into self entitlement and emotional tantrums to get what we want from the selfish Negative Ego desires and its whims.

The Spirit of Patience is the antidote to Anger and Rage.

Virtues

The Spirits of Christ are that which attract Virtues which are a form of the bestowal of Divine Grace. Virtues are qualities of goodness which inhabit in the world of forces, as a “spiritual force”. When one builds strength in virtue, one builds strength in the power of our goodness which translates into the power of God Force. We reap the quality of our cultivated virtue in that which brings incredible gifts directly from the God spirit. (These are the Spirits of Christ) [1][2]

As the Universal Law of Structure states; we can build our house in so that the spirit we design it for can reside. This is what it means to create a House for Christ and to purify ourselves for the Spirit of Christ. The Spirits of Christ requires a House in which to dwell inside our mind and body. As you devote your attention and focus on the quality of the Spirits of Christ, the Houses for Christ grow stronger. Where we focus our energy and attention its energetic form materializes. Thus, greatly increasing one’s relationship to God and experiencing energetic balance which returns us into feelings of self-love, peace and happiness.

The Spirits of Christ

Dismantle the House of Wrath/Rage: Evict the Spirit of Wrath and Rage, Call in the Spirit of Patience. Ask God to help you build the House of Patience in your mind and body aligned with Christ Spirit.

Strong Moral Character

A strong moral character is the physical ballast which is directly related to the capacity of embodying the personal virtue (frequency) created by the Spirits of Christ. So we could think of the physical body as the practical reality of grounding into our being a strong moral character in our actions every day, while the spiritual-energetic body expands relative to one’s ethical conduct. Without higher cognitive development and ethics, an animal will choose a short term gratification over a longer term gratification, with no comprehension to the consequences of that choice. Many times when we are short sighted because we are impatient, we are unable to see the larger overview of circumstances which may be blocking our instant gratification. Patience allows us to become aligned to the highest expression of outcome in our spiritual development in so that there are no karmic or other consequences that are impacted by a short term decision. Patience develops tolerance and respect for the energies of others, and the proper use and direction of life force and other resources, both tangible an intangible. Patience re-educates value for things. [3]

Endurance

Patience (or forbearing) is the state of endurance under difficult circumstances, which can mean persevering in the face of delay or provocation without acting on annoyance/anger in a negative way; or exhibiting forbearance when under strain, especially when faced with longer-term difficulties. Patience is the level of endurance one can take before negativity. It is also used to refer to the character trait of being steadfast. [4]

 

References:

  1. 2013 Newsletter
  2. Reclaim the Christos Body March 2013
  3. Strong Moral Character
  4. Patience

See Also:

Virtues

GSF Behavior

12 Practices of Self Awareness

KA RA YA SA TA AA LA (KRYSTAL)

Krystic Qualities Article

 

~via Ascension Glossary

LISA RENEE: “Finding Inner Peace as a Lifestyle”

Many people are undergoing extreme internal and external chaos during the frequency shift and the resulting changes it imposes on one’s lifestyle. The forces of transformation are chaotic and confusing to an unprepared mind and body. For those that are called to awaken, the Ascension cycle imposes the dismantling of previous ego identities and their predisposition to create the condition of stressful and imbalanced lifestyles. When we are stagnant in our life, running a treadmill of repeated patterns, these patterns repeat over and over and that oppresses and suppresses our consciousness growth. This makes a human being feel truly unhappy and isolated from connection and meaning.

Being stagnant in our identity, routine and daily schedule, also suppresses our personal development. When we commit to use tools for personal development, we may learn how to regain our true humanity and find value in the principles of expanding and protecting life force. Expanding and protecting Life force is the energetic currency of the coming times, and too many of us have prostituted our life force for material things that have no value to the soul. This stagnation of the soul, promotes anti-life values and spiritual oppression. This oppression weighs even heavier on a burdened mind, and therefore a burdened body. A burdened body and cluttered mind becomes unhappy, soul disconnected, chaotic and then sick. Sickness of the Spirit-Soul stems from the Sickness of the mind.

When a mind is gripped in sickness from burdens that it does not release or let go, its many results are:

  • Obsessions
  • Ruminating
  • Panic Attacks/Fear
  • Delusions (thinking about hypothetical situations over and over)
  • Confusion
  • Pathologies, which erupt to cope with reality
  • Addictions and substance abuse

Like many challenges in life, letting go of negative emotions, negative thoughts and clearing your mind is much easier said than done. However with consistency, tools and practice, anyone can learn to clear their mind and let go of mental obsessions in a way that works for you personally. This takes some dedication and effort towards one’s desire to have peace in one’s life, no matter what the external circumstances.

Personal anger and blame is not productive for anyone that is unhappy with some person or circumstance in their life. To empower oneself, one must take full responsibility for their emotions, thought forms and their interactions with others. Without personal responsibility one’s life will descend into a spiral of pain and suffering, with excuses made for promoting negative behaviors. The person this hurts the most is the person generating the negative thoughts. No matter how much you are angered by someone else, that person is not nearly as impacted by your generated hate thought form as you are yourself. This is an action of self sabotage. Stopping the cycle is imperative by learning how to revalue oneself, revalue others and live a life where one can achieve a sense of inner peace and calm. From the inner calm, which can be generated from a clear and calm mind, one can be present in the moment to enjoy what life has to offer right now. As you open to be in the now moment, you open to a multitude of opportunities that would not be seen nor perceived with a cluttered and confused mind. The more confusion, the more chaos, the more internal pain one will experience in themselves. All of us can stop this destructive cycle in our lives now.

Be Here Now

This is called mindfulness in the Buddhist tradition, which is the understanding of training one’s mind to become fully present in the now moment. It is a type of meditation to immerse yourself, to be fully present in any activity that shows up in front of you. It involves slowing down and focusing on one thing, the thing that is present and in front of you now. If that thing is an activity, fully immerse yourself in that activity happening now.

Refocus

The best thing one can do to clear one’s mind when having trouble removing an obsession or rumination is to shift your focus. Bring a positive activity into your life to change your focus; through exercise, chi gong, reading a book, listening to music, playing with a child. Take a break from stress and worry by refocusing yourself to be fully present to another activity.

Breath Work

Retraining your nervous system and reprogramming your mind, is entirely possible through the application of breath work. If quieting your mind has become extremely difficult throughout the changing energetic terrain of the external ascension landscape, change your inner landscape by releasing your mind lock through this suggested breath work tool.

Meditation

Consistent meditation practice is helpful in training an undisciplined and cluttered mind. Meditation can be applied through many different techniques, and is helpful for facilitating forgiveness and letting go of negativity in many forms. In the early stages of developing meditation skill, sit, relax and learn to observe thoughts passing through without having attachment to them. Once you notice the “thought” pattern, let it go and bring your focus back to the now moment.

Try Emotionally Cathartic Writing

When one feels bursting at the seams from inner frustration, and the mind is anxious, it may be helpful to try to express all thoughts and feelings on paper. Writing them out may help one to be able to let them go and release them. Through journal writing or self-inquiry, one can delve deeper into the topic that is creating the mental anxiety. This way it allows for an examination of emotions and may allow inner epiphanies to become clearer, allowing for better emotional conflict resolution. When one is open to allow different alternatives to be received as potential resolutions, this allows the mind to shift out of its anxious pattern. Shifting out of these patterns is called cognitive restructuring, which resets brain synapse firing. Changing ones thoughts changes ones brain chemistry, allowing new creative resolutions to old problems, making shifting out of old patterns possible.

Unraveling old behaviors can be extremely humbling and give one the sense of the true immense force that exists within the emotional body. It is important to witness them and try not to be overwhelmed or consumed by them. Here is a little exercise to assist in regards to closure and acceptance on all past patterns or circumstances. It is extremely helpful to give voice to what may be unresolved conflicts in your mind, or that have been unexpressed and unacknowledged.

For each person or circumstance, here are the questions to ask yourself and write out completely:

  1. List all resentments
  2. List all regrets
  3. Write all unsaid or undelivered communications
  4. List anything you would have wanted to acknowledge to that person or in that circumstance but did not. When it feels complete, burn or shred the paper and Invocate out loud:

I address my Greater God Self for Final Release and Disposition:

Please witness my Declaration of Power:

I resolve any and all vows and agreements that I have taken, anyone in this body has taken, and anyone within my genetic lineage has taken pertaining to:

Any vow of Illusion, Separation and Disharmony. Remove and Clear All Negative Implants, Ancestral patterning, Genetic patterning, and improper karmic attachments to ___ (Insert Name of Person), known or unknown to me.

I claim my Divine Inheritance and Self Sovereign God Power NOW!

I now declare these vows and agreements as null and void in this incarnation and all incarnations across space and time, all parallel realities, parallel universes, alternate realities, alternate universes, all planetary systems, all source systems, all dimensions and the Void.

My Beloved Spirit, please release all structures, devices, entities, orientations or effects associated with these vows and agreement. NOW!

In deep love and gratitude, Thank you!

 

I hope these tools prove to be supportive in the commitment to clear your mind and achieve inner peace.

 

~via KrystalAegis.com

LOUISA LOVE: “20 Signs Of Implantation”

“Unexpressed anger is unhealthy for us, but expressed anger, laying down our boundaries and stepping into our power as sovereign god-beings saying no is absolutely essential along our path of awakening to our own God/Goddess selves. The last time these beings came for me I telepathically told them to f*** off. They immediately packed up and left. I have full memory of this event, as they were unable to wipe my memory.”

~Louisa Love

 

The Extraterrestrial Deception that is taking place here on Earth is a highly controversial subject, as it still remains hidden behind the layers of earthly mind distractions. To those of you who have raised your consciousness to such a degree that you can see, feel, hear or know that it is here this article will be hugely helpful.

Abduction by the Grays

Back in 2013, around two weeks after my own rather dramatic kundalini awakening, an extraterrestrial group known as the Grays abducted me. These beings definitely did not have my highest and best at heart. In fact, these beings seem to be void of feelings and to be working for a hierarchal controlling ET hive mind like network that has infected earth and humanity over thousands of years. Due to this particular time line we are in, a time that was even predicted by many different ancient cultures as ‘the end of time’, ‘the great purification’, ‘the awakening’, etc. many of us are now starting to awaken from our sleep or unconsciousness.

Due to my awakening and to my ability to hold more light these controlling beings now saw me as a threat. I also willingly went with them, as I was completely uninformed of what was going on. The questions I had was, “Why are we being abducted and implanted?”.

We seem to be an energy source for different astral or fourth dimensional beings. We are enslaved by our own low vibrational fears and limited thinking and we have forgotten how powerful we really are. These inter dimensional beings can only take our energy when we give our power away by allowing our monkey programmed minds to run the show.

The grays implanted me with many different types of energetic or astral implants, and some of these implants that are highly parasitic and seem to have a bio-genetic life form, can grow, shrink and effect our thoughts, were aggressively implanted within my psyche also affecting my physical body. Over the last 2 years I have been learning how to deal with these implants, and I have come to learn that these implants/entity structures cannot remain within our bodies or our mind if we remove its food source. These implants feed off unconscious fears and old or recent traumas that is stored within the body/mind. Some of these traumas may even date back to previous or parallel lifetimes. For instance, I was shown two past life traumatic deaths that I was able to clear and heal.

Avoiding an ET Abduction

How we can avoid an ET abduction scenario? I know how to do this now as I have experienced the power of my own righteous anger. Yes, you’ve read right … anger. You see, within the New Age religion there exists much programming that shames our natural feelings such as anger. We are left open and gullible as easy targets for these types of post awakening abductions. Most people who are abducted have no memory of it, as memories are wiped clean. Literally from one day to the next they feel possessed, tormented, and completely out of control. Usually at this stage mental health is called in. Unexpressed anger is unhealthy for us, but expressed anger, laying down our boundaries and stepping into our power as sovereign god-beings saying no is absolutely essential along our path of awakening to our own God/Goddess selves. The last time these beings came for me I telepathically told them to f*** off. They immediately packed up and left. I have full memory of this event, as they were unable to wipe my memory.

Symptoms and signs of implantation

1. Nightmares

2. Crawling sensation over or within body

3. Feeling anxious and out of control
4. Being completely unable to let go of certain thoughts.

5. Suicidal thoughts

6. Physical body becoming super sensitive. I have met many clients with autoimmune disorders who are completely aware of the implants. I have even wondered if the immune system is actually attacking the implants and so it looks as if the body’s immune system is attacking itself! Something to think about.

7. Tight necks shoulders and back related issues.

8. Extreme fear at odd times, such as waking every night at the same time in cold sweat from fear

9. Overwhelmed by negativity

10. Tightness over face, head, or other body parts.

11. Static like feeling over head

12. Buzzing or white noise in ears

13. Depression, violent thoughts

14. Feeling drained and exhausted

15. Hopelessness and despair

16. Addiction to sex, drugs, gambling, etc

17. Feeling as if you are out of your body

18. An inability to connect to your feelings/numbness/lack of empathy

19. Nausea or tight feeling in solar plexus

20. Some highly sensitive people can feel energetic tentacle like structures wrapped around their windpipe, the sternum, etc.

I discuss how to neutralize the implants in my next article “32 Ways Of Neutralizing Implants” on howtoexitthematrix.com:

http://howtoexitthematrix.com/2015/09/29/32-ways-of-neutralizing-implants/

 

 

~via HowToExitTheMatrix.com

LISA RENEE (Energetic Synthesis): “Anger is Dangerous”

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During the transition of moving from the Ophiuchus constellation, the wound healer, and moving into the fiery element of the Sagittarian influences, this phase of exposure to these cosmic forces that are transmitting from the Galactic Zodiac include various stages and intensities of healing crisis for many people.  This time may include the rapid incineration of longstanding patterns of identity and the burning up of the old, painful and decrepit energies of the past.  This is similar to the inner spiritual bonfire that can dissolve the constructs of the lower self and clear the attachments to negative beliefs and  behaviors that result in energy parasites and thought form possession.  As many people on the planet endure forms of psychological, emotional and spiritual healing crisis, many may be feeling confused about the roller coaster of emotions they may be feeling.  One of the most common forms that healing crisis can play out in groups of people, especially those without impulse control or self-awareness, is to get really frustrated and angry from not knowing how to express pent up emotions.  We have a lot of people on this earth who do not know how to handle or diffuse the intensity of pent up emotional anger that they feel bubbling up from deep inside themselves and sourcing from the collective consciousness.  Our culture is not taught about the forms of anger, how to diffuse anger, how to gain control over personal impulses of anger, and how to get to the source of anger before it starts to take complete control over that person’s mind, emotions and body.  It is important to recognize, now more than ever, expressing uncontrolled anger and violent outbursts without self-control is dangerous to you and dangerous to others.  Expressing anger with violence only breeds more anger around you, and will infuse destructive energies into your life.

There are many misconceptions about anger and aggression and how to best cope with it. The most destructive misconception is that it is healthy or effective to display anger in hostile, aggressive or violent ways in order to allow that person to vent their anger impulses.  When people act out their anger impulses in the heat of the moment, the results of that persons rage, hostility and violence, even if its momentary, is often destructive and tragic.  People cannot make a clear and positive choice when they are stuck in feelings that cycle into rage or anger.  Because they allow base negative emotions to take control over them, they are not trustworthy people, as one never knows what may set them off into a seething rage or outburst.   In the current terrain, most people that burst out into hostile anger are enduring short term thought form possession or dark entity possession.  When a person loses control over their faculties, and allow hostile anger to take them over, they are used as a vessel to produce and direct energetic harm to themselves and to others.  This is called a dark portal, which can be defined by observing a person’s negative behavior that is connected to forms of anger.  There are many forms of anger like: annoyance, irritation, aggravation, agitation, frustration, peeved, annoyed, miffed, sulking, offended, bitter, indignation, exasperation, incensed, pissed, outrage, hostile, spite, vengefulness, resentment, wrath, rage, fury, ferocity, and livid.  All of these negative emotional states are risky if they are excessively indulged, and all people should be aware when they are feeling forms of anger, in order to maintain control over their faculties.  Hate is also form of anger because when a person chooses to blame the other for their personal difficulties, that is the moment that person has decided to hate them.  If hatred or anger is not resolved, the result of accumulated anger is bitterness and resentment, which are some of the most poisonous emotions for the body, mind, and spirit.

Many times people near that person that is expressing forms of anger can get hurt, and even get slimed by the intense bursts of negative energies, like aggression or seething rage.  When a person loses control over their anger impulses, they are easily manipulated and they perceive the reality around them much differently, than a person who is calm.  Think about this, who has better discernment of events happening in the moment, a person on a rage fest of angry spew or a person who is completely calm and observing the situation and can see the overview?  Does the person who is spewing a rage filled blast of negativity into the environment and directing that destructive energy at other people, have any true clarity in that moment while he/she is on the middle of an angry tantrum?  No, this is how tragic mistakes occur and people get hurt.

When we get into cycles of expressing uncontrollable rage or anger, our mind and eyes will see through a filter of rage, and that person becomes highly susceptible to delusions, and fabricating a false narrative in order to justify their negative behavior.  A delusion is a belief that is held with strong conviction despite superior evidence to the contrary.  When we lose control over our faculties from uncontrolled anger or rigid and inflexible thinking, we can only access very limited perceptions, such as false or incomplete information, confabulation, dogma, illusion, or other distortions of perception.  Obviously, if we are making life decisions based on false or incomplete information that is primarily based upon our undisciplined impulses, we are not making informed or aware choices, and this will propel us onto a path of creating more confusion and deception about our correct direction.  When people allow themselves to discharge aggression, violence and anger, they put on a filter of anger that skews their vision and perception.  Most of the time, people that have consistent outbursts of uncontrolled anger are easily used as dark portals, and whatever they perceive happening is not actually the accurate assessment of what is happening.  When a person allows themselves to be consumed by anger, they lose all control over their reasoning faculties, and they have little to no discernment about the true and accurate version of events.  People that let themselves be carried away by forms of aggression or angry outbursts may defend the false ego narrative that led them to the conclusion that the anger outburst was necessary.  Because they need to justify their anger, they will easily be led to fabricate a complete delusion about the actual events, because the truth is too unpleasant for them to actually deal with. Many times the truth is that they are unwilling to look at the real cause of the episodes of outbursts of anger, and are unwilling to take responsibility for the problems they have. It’s easier for their mind to make up stories, to fabricate an enemy that can be the object of all their projections and problems, thus rejecting any accountability for their personal actions.

A person unwilling to take responsibility for their angry outbursts are usually high stress controller types or manipulators, and in order to make themselves feel justified for their angry outburst, they will blame someone or something as the cause of their rage.  This unwillingness to be accountable to personal actions can result in forms of projection or transference, which is a way to blame someone else for your own negative behaviors and aggressive displays.  Thus, as more people feel a lot of inner anger, much of which they do not know how to cope with, they start to find people or things to blame as the direct cause of their anger and rage.  We are going to drill this down further, in order to be able to see how anger is generated by improper thinking, the need to place blame on others, real or imagined, which leads to producing more pain, confusion and unhappiness in our life.  Wrong actions formed by improper thinking generate more pain, anger and destruction. Right actions formed by right thinking, generate more happiness, love and harmony in our life.

Self-Justification

Unfortunately, people often are confused by what is perceived incorrectly through their own need to be okay through self-justification of their negative behaviors, like displays of anger.  Some people formulate these distortions as Ego Defense Mechanisms because they have not learned how to free their mind through the use of Negative Ego tools for deeper self-inquiry and to clear out pent up emotions that can lead to angry outbursts and destructive impulses.  As we learn to free our mind and love ourselves unconditionally, we know that we are okay without needing to self-justify or defend who we really are that is related to ideas of self-worth.  When we are free of our own need for self-justification, (by increasing our inner self-approval and self-love, no matter where we find ourselves) then we do not need to justify others or justify ourselves, as well as resort to the blame game.  We are then freed to be capable of unconditionally loving others no matter what they may be choosing to do in that moment.  It is what it is in this moment.  One has no control over others nor what others may think about them, based on whatever perceptions or beliefs that have been formed, whether its truth or lies.  The quality of our thinking shapes our belief systems and attitudes and is the result of accumulated life memories and the personality filter which form perception, judgment, bias and skills or proficiencies.  The mind may distort information when the ego feels threatened, and that person will fabricate a storyline that fits into the reality they want it to be, rather than what it really is, in order to find a coping mechanism through the feelings of discomfort.  When people are using a coping mechanism to self-justify, they present a one-sided argument that is incomplete and based on the faulty thinking of an selfish egoic perception.  If we focus on the Spirit of Humility it reduces our need for self-justification and blaming others, which allows us to admit to and learn from our mistakes or negative ego behaviors.  Humility is the key to help us overcome many of these thought form distortions which evolve into a host of ego defense mechanisms and delusional thinking.  During times of stress, overload, or threat, people often resort to a simplistic form of thinking, called primal survival thinking. 

Primal Survival Thinking

Primal thinking when it is repetitive and left unchecked, accumulates factors in people that they may start to believe are true when they are really deceptions they believe about themselves.  When we are overstressed or overwhelmed we may go back to the “root” fears or the most primitive layers of the unconscious mind.  It is only when we have arrived at a level of trust that we are secure and safe in this world, safe in our relationship with God spirit, that we can fully clear survival root fears and eliminate primal thinking.  Whenever we feel unsafe or threatened, we go back to the root of our survival fears, which trigger ego defenses into base negative thoughts like fear.  This is why building the relationship to the core self and building the spiritual practice to deeply connect with our higher power is the most important practice all of us can do.  This is the way ego discipline is formed and strength in the energetic foundation of one’s spiritual-energetic core is built.  For an accurate assessment of reality and challenging circumstances, it is important to reexamine the situation using purposeful, valid, thoughtful, and accurate analysis that properly allows for the many complexities that we face on the planet today.  We can blend a synthesis of the mental analysis of the evidence or facts, mixed with intuitive levels of Higher Sensory Perception in order to have better assessment ability and to understand, the accurate assessment of events of which we are involved.

Mental Triggers

When we identify these types of mental triggers that take us into distorted thought patterns, through noticing our tension, anxiety or frustration levels, we can switch back into the balance inside ourselves to find a way to release our stress.  Immediately we can shift tension through refocusing our mind into breath, or refocusing into the current moment sensory-feeling awareness, or finding a nonviolent way to express the tensions we are feeling.  By refocusing oneself at the moment tension or stress is being experienced, it prevents impulsive reactions such as blurting out negative words or expressing angry behaviors at others.  When we express angry behavior impulsively, it is not a pleasant or positive situation for ourselves or others around us.  When we have allowed anger to make us impulsive it means we have embodied that angry state, which is not a healthy practice for anyone.  Acting out impulsive anger can be very intimidating and bullying to others.  This is very emotionally damaging in all people and it breaks trust in creating healthy and safe relationships with others.  In most social situations, it is preferable to recognize anger and learn to observe that anger as it builds without allowing the angry state to overwhelm and take over one’s body, mind and emotions.   It is possible to witness and feel anger instantaneously and to refocus that anger immediately, in so to refuse anger, hostility or violence to become your identity as a person.  This is also demonstrated by having respect for others around you, in so that your angry spew is not vomited onto other people that are around or in the environment.

Impulse Control by Refocusing

As one learns how to refocus one’s thoughts in the moment, one prevents overwhelming states of emotion from triggering impulsive behaviors and angry reactions.  As one develops strong impulse control they are learning a form of ego discipline through applied patience.  If we check in and find that we do not like what we may be feeling, we can learn better the reasons for that by further shifting into the observer mode.  In our community, we call that process of observing as shifting from identifying with a thought or feeling by moving ourselves into the compassionate witness.  As a Compassionate Witness we have no judgment of thoughts or feelings, we hold no judgment of what we are observing in the external, we only observe those thoughts and feelings in our self and others.  When we can fully observe through our own Compassionate Witness, we then become neutral and centered and we have no need to exert control, direct harm or get angry.  Then, we can immediately find relief from our inner anxiety, fears and a host of other negative thought distortions.  This process is key to shifting ego defense mechanisms, clearing the thought addiction tendency and releasing the mental anxiety or fear of feeling emotional depth or pain.  By continually using an ego defense mechanism to avoid facing the source causation of the anxiety or deeply rooted fear, (which is unresolved pain or trauma) we are only perpetuating the mental looping which uses denial of the truth in order to avoid feeling pain or discomfort.  Denial of the truth is the seed of all deceptions and delusional fantasies that are generated from an unclear and undisciplined mind, which only leads to generating more frustration and anger.

Splitting

Splitting is a very common Ego Defense Mechanism that occurs when a person is unwilling to know the truth, or take responsibility for their actions and behaviors.  If the truth is unpleasant for them, they fabricate a story that is more acceptable to them to justify their belief system.  This kind of person would rather listen to pleasant manipulations and deceptions in order to feel better, rather than actually know the truth if its unpleasant for them.  Splitting can be defined as the division or polarization of beliefs, actions, objects, or persons into good and bad labels, by focusing selectively on a narrow and incomplete version of perceiving their positive or negative attributes.  Splitting diffuses the mental anxiety that arises from a person’s inability to grasp the nuances and complexities of a given situation or state of affairs by simplifying and schematizing the situation and thereby making it easier to think about and categorize.  It also reinforces the sense of self as being labeled as good and virtuous, by effectively demonizing all those who do not share in the same opinions, perceptions and values.  On the other hand, such a compartmentalization leaves people with a distinctly distorted picture of reality that creates self-delusions, and a restricted range of thoughts and emotions; it also affects our ability to attract and maintain healthy relationships.  People with splitting tendencies are not mentally or emotionally stable, they flip flop between many sporadic impulsive states or outbursts of emotion.  Perceptions can easily flip, with friends and lovers being thought of as personified virtue at one time and then as personified evil at another time (and back and forth).  Splitting also arises in groups, when members of the in-group are seen to have mostly positive attributes, whereas members of out-groups are seen to have mostly negative attributes – a phenomenon that contributes to group think and, indeed, inflexible attitudes  and lack of acceptance for other people.

Exercise:  Analyzing our anger can provide valuable insights into knowing yourself and to increase self-awareness. To analyze the anger you are feeling, begin by examining the perceived loss. Ask yourself:

  • What have I lost? Is the loss real?
  • What is its value to me?
  • Why do I perceive this as important?
  • Was this my loss or was it someone else’s? What are their views regarding this loss? How do you know? Why do you care?
  • Do I feel insulted? Why? Has my ego been attacked? Have I lost some dignity? Was I ridiculed or humiliated? Has my reputation been damaged? Do I feel less competent? Was I denied fair recognition or reward? Is the insult groundless or is it an accurate interpretation of my behavior? What is the asymmetry that bothers me so much?
  • Do I feel powerless? Have I lost autonomy? Do I feel cheated? Was I taken for a sucker? Was a trust betrayed? Was privacy breached?
  • Was I coerced into submission or obedience?
  • Have I been threatened, injured, struck, abused, attacked, or intimidated?
  • Has anyone trespassed on my territory?
  • Have my goals been thwarted? Have my freedoms been abridged? Is my safety or security reduced? Is my legacy diminished?
  • Have I lost power? Have I lost stature? Have I lost strength? Have I lost influence? Have I lost access? Has a relationship been damaged?
  • From a rational point of view, how big is this loss? What impact will it have? How can I recover? Can I just ignore the issue?

Your answers to these questions will provide valuable insights into gaining clarity about your values, beliefs, goals, and needs.  Based on what you learn by asking these questions, complete the following sentence:  I am angry because I have lost ______.  This loss is important to me because I _________. (value, believe, want to achieve, or need).  Once you have gained clarity on why you feel angry, then evaluate how strongly you still assess the sensation of loss or injustice.

Now identify the willful agent who is the target of your anger and examine their intent. Ask yourself:

  • To what agent do I attribute this action?  Who do I hold responsible?
  • Did they act deliberately? How do you know?  How can you check your assumption of intention?
  • Do they consider themselves responsible for the action?

An agent is someone who acted deliberately.  If you are angry because you stubbed your toe on the door your choice of agents is limited to:  1)  the door, 2)  the floor, 3)  yourself, 4)  someone who pushed you, or 5)  Some innocent person who was not even in the room at the time.  Note that the first two agents on the list cannot act willfully, and the last did not even act!  The Fundamental Attribution Error—incorrectly attributing an action or intent to an agent—is a common mistake that people make.  If you find yourself blaming an un-willful agent (e.g. the door or the floor) for your anger, perhaps the change that is needed is that you need to take more responsibility for your own actions.

In order to gain a more accurate assessment, we suggest using the GSF standard of practicing the Law of One in valuing empathy, compassion and kindness, holding a deep appreciation for another’s situation and point of view, as the basis for fairness and proper discernment in every situation, no matter whose fault you may think it is.

Origins, Archetypes, and the Plot of Anger

Anger encourages us to act on our sense of fairness. Anger may be interpreted in many of the following ways:

  • A demeaning offense against me or what is perceived as mine.
  • Interference with what we are intent on doing. Thwarted goals. Frustration.
  • Intentional physical harm toward us; actual, threatened, or reasonably perceived,
  • Intentional psychological or emotional harm toward us, including insult, humiliation, denigration, intimidation, or rejection,
  • Disappointment in the performance of others we care about; we get most angry at the people we love the most,
  • Witnessing the anger of another, especially when it is directed at you.
  • The nonverbal message of anger to others is “get out of my way” or “I want to hurt you”.

Benefits and Dangers of Anger

 The anger mechanism can provide important personal messaging about the state of wellbeing and consciousness we are experiencing in the moment.  Here are some of those benefits:

  • Anger tells us that something needs to change.  Are you willing to make the changes required?
  • Anger can provide the motivation to constructively change whatever it was that caused the anger.  It can energize the fight for legitimate rights.  It can motivate us to overcome oppression.
  • Anger can provide the motivation to constructively correct an inequality.  It urges us to act on our sense of fairness and justice.
  • Anger can help to reduce or overcome fear and provide the energy needed to mobilize needed change.
  • Anger sends a powerful signal that informs others of trouble or harm.  It notifies the offender that you have perceived an offense.
  • Anger can be a general response to an external stimulus that needs to be addressed or knowing that there are problems that need to be resolved.

One of the most dangerous features of anger is that expressing anger increases the anger of others around you and this incites violence and harm into the environment.  This can lead to a rapid and dangerous escalation of destructive and painful energies spreading like a virus. People may try to harm the target of their anger, whether its justified or not.  The impulse to harm is probably a central part of the anger response for most people, thus telling us it directly leads to committing actions of violence and brutality.  While anger can be dangerous and must be constrained, it should be acknowledged for the reasons it is there, and not be denied, or covered up by deceptions and lies.  When we learn to control our angry impulses, and stop directing regular angry outbursts at others, choosing instead to source our anger and be responsible for our own behavior, we start to help build our own sense of positively coping with stress, which helps to build our self-esteem and confidence.  Self-esteem is what is needed to know that you can get through the challenges and stressors of everyday life without fear or feeling threatened by others because they have different belief systems or perceptions.

Building Self Esteem

Building self-esteem formally is the outlook to experience oneself as competent and adequate to cope with the basic challenges of life and worthy of happiness and fulfillment.  Others (parents, teachers, friends) can nurture and support self-esteem in an individual, but true self-esteem relies upon various internally generated practices and positive belief systems and motivations.  To be responsible to take care of oneself, and face stress competently and confidently is one way of building a strong base for self-esteem.  In Nathan Branden’s framework, there are six pillars of generating and building self-esteem which help people to better cope with stress and anger:

  • Living consciously: the practice of being aware of what one is doing while one is doing it, i.e., the practice of mindfulness.
  • Self-acceptance: the practice of owning truths regarding one’s thoughts, emotions, and behaviors; of being kind toward oneself with respect to them; and of being your own good friend.
  • Self-responsibility: the practice of owning one’s authorship of one’s actions and of owning one’s capacity to be the cause of the effects one desires.
  • Self-assertiveness: the practice of treating one’s needs and interests with respect and of expressing them in appropriate ways.
  • Living purposefully: the practice of formulating goals and of formulating and implementing action plans to achieve them.
  • Personal integrity: the practice of maintaining alignment between one’s behaviors and convictions. Speaking in alignment to your true and authentic self.

Getting more clarity on the source of our own stress and anger and using the tools to refocus our mind in order to gain control over our personal impulses is a critical skill needed during these turbulent times.  If you are not in control of your mental and emotional impulses, something else will take over your mind and emotions, and as a result, you are a high risk for exposure to manipulation, delusions, and possession as a dark portal.  In addition to being easily manipulated by the world of forces and other people, you will also lose all discernment in clarity, accurate assessment, self-determination, sovereignty and personal truth.  This is an important survival skill for all Starseeds, Indigos and awakening people to be able to see the risk and signs of people around us that are run by uncontrollable forms of anger and emotional outbursts, and to recognize they are people traumatized in pain, and are not people that have accurate perceptions of events or act with ethical conduct to demonstrate solid trustworthiness.

Above all at this time, learn to be kind and develop true humility in all situations, gain control over your impulses and diffuse anger, as it will serve you in boundless ways in the longer term.

 

 

~via EnergeticSynthesis.com – Time Shift Blog – December 21, 2016

LARA STARR: “How Each Sign of the Zodiac Expresses Their Anger”

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It doesn’t matter who you are. Everyone gets angry from time to time. And when we’re angry, we tend to leave patience, humility and common sense behind, even if only for a moment. Maybe once we realize how we typically respond to things that anger us, we can work on delivering a better response.

So, here are some of the typical things each zodiac sign usually has to work on when it comes to acting out in anger.

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Arians are definitely one of the quickest to anger. After all, they are one of the fire signs. They have a burning fire within them and at times you may see bouts of that fire bursting forth in anger. This is their dark side.

They don’t usually start arguments with people, but they certainly know how to end them. At times they can be impatient and volatile, especially when pushed past their limits or when they are forced to deal with something before they believe they are ready.

But, as quick as they are to anger, they are usually just as quick to calm down and even forgive those who angered them in the first place. They are one of the signs most capable of ‘forgiving and forgetting’.

Taurus-
Taureans are usually quite fair tempered creatures. They tend to be very slow to anger. But when they do get angry, you had better watch out! Disloyalty, inequality, betrayal, those are the sort of things that really get on their nerves. Other than that, most Taureans don’t want to waste their time and energy on getting angry.

shutterstock_52556008When they do get angry it can take a long time for them calm them down again. It’s best to give them space until that time.

Unless of course, Taurus is calm enough to try and talk things out. If they are, give them a chance to get their thoughts out in the open, otherwise you may anger them even more for refusing to listen.

After the argument is over, they are usually very quick to forgive, unless of course you’ve done something extreme that they consider unforgivable.

They will still be civil with you in most cases afterward, but you won’t be able to bring the relationship back to what it once was.

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As you probably already know, Geminis are known as the Twins. You may as well flip a coin when it comes to how they’re going to react when in anger.

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They may seem completely calm and centered when their words of anger cut you to the core.

Geminis LOVE to talk. That’s usually what they do best. When in anger that does not change.

When you piss off a Gemini, get ready to be chewed out. Anger may start as rudeness or sarcasm, but it can quickly change to screaming, yelling and throwing things.

Luckily, they don’t tend to stay angry for an extended period.

As long as you don’t tell a Gemini what to do or how to act, they may be able to forgive and forget.

Cancer-
Cancers are a very sweet, understanding, loyal and loving sign. And that’s really all they want in return. If they feel unloved, unappreciated or offended by something, the first sign is usually sulking.

If you’re not getting the hints, it may evolve into shutterstock_52555993passive aggressive behavior. If you’re still not getting the hints, they will more than likely go into hiding.

Cancers in recluse mode may act as though they really do not want to talk to you, but that is usually just a ruse. In most cases they actually do want to work things out, they just don’t want to be the ones making all the effort.

If you ignore them or blow them off, they will take it as even more evidence that you don’t care, thus doing more damage to the relationship.

Since they are so loving and loyal, they expect their loved ones to be as well. They will usually forgive you not long after, so long as the argument isn’t over something major.

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When it comes to arguments with Leo’s, it’s all about who can roar the loudest. Just about anything will set them off, and when it does, they will certainly let you know about it.shutterstock_52555996

They will kick, scream, rant, rave, throw things around the house and make quite the spectacle.

They will probably say a bunch of hurtful things that they don’t actually mean too, so don’t take it personally. They’re just trying to get their anger out in the best way they know how – by venting.

After they’ve cooled off they won’t hold a grudge. In fact, they are probably most likely to come back in the room soon after, acting like nothing happened at all. They are quick to anger, but they are quick to move past it as well.

Virgo-
Virgos are one of the most patient and loving signs. They can take an unbelievable amount of abuse from people before they start showing signs of frustration and anger.

They try to avoid doing so because they aren’t very comfortable expressing shutterstock_52555990their anger. But when they need to let it out, their emotions can get very intense.  Their anger can be so strong, you may even feel it from the other room.

Virgos are still quite passive aggressive when angry too. They usually avoid confrontation and arguments at all cost. They find it much easier to walk away when they are angry, rather than sticking around to scream it out.

Virgos are also very forgiving, and won’t really hold a grudge. Then again, they don’t tend to forget either.

They are far less likely to trust someone after they realize their trust has been misplaced.

Libra-
Libras is the peacekeeper sign, so the scales are the perfect symbol for them. They always try to keep things equal and well balanced in their relationships, so anger and outbursts are avoided at all costs. That’s why they tend to keep quiet and bottle everything up until their lose their cool.

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However, since they are one of the most sensitive signs, just about anything under the right circumstances can set them off.

When angry words start flying around, that’s when Libra usually makes a run for it. They may say a few choice words, but usually those words are shouted as they’re running off.

Even at the verge of their rage, they will hold back, think twice, and put up the sweetest poker face they can muster.

If you hurt them enough times, they will certainly hold a grudge.

They also tend to take note of all the things they hate about a certain situation, and then mentally file them away to use against you later on.

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Want to know if a scorpio is angry? Watch their eyes. They tend to let you know with their eyes a lot sooner than they do with the rest of their body language. Like a few signs we previously mentioned, Scorpio is another one that tends to keep shutterstock_52556002 (1)their anger on lockdown. For a time, anyway.

They tend to get angry in their head first, then they plan their next actions accordingly.

Sometimes their only action is to chew you out in their mind without saying a word. Other times, they are just quiet because they are planning their next argument in advance.

This usually happens long before they are angry enough to explode. So, if you see the angry eyes and then they get really quiet – it’s probably best to give them some space until they seek you out to talk things over.

If you try and push them into sharing their thoughts too soon, you may regret it.

Scorpios are also one of the signs that are more likely to hold long term grudges. They may forgive, but they will never, ever, forget.

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Dishonesty, disloyalty, cruelty and hate speech of any kind is usually enough to anger a Sagittarius, and when a Sag gets angry they take no prisoners. When you piss one off, you know it, and you better walk away. Fast. Though, they do tend to have a lot of patience with most people so you probably won’t see them get angry very often.shutterstock_52555999

The first sign of irritation before anger arises is most likely to be overwhelming sarcasm.

If a Sagittarius is getting angry, their conversation is probably just dripping with it. Most Sag’s try to keep their anger under wraps because losing their cool can make them feel quite embarrassed after they’ve calmed down.

The most important thing to watch out for, is that they don’t create drama out of boredom.

Sag’s like problem solving and working out issues, so they can occasionally create problems at home or work without consciously intending to.

Capricorn-
Capricorns are an earth sign, so they are pretty easy going most of the time. However, they can have some rigid requirements for keeping the peace at home.

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Most likely because they simply want their space to be kept how they like it.

You never know what will make a capricorn angry. You may not even notice when they first get angry either.

That’s because Capricorns also tend to keep their emotions bottled up. Especially the negative ones. They’d much rather sulk and give you the cold shoulder over yelling.

In the end, they may lose their cool for a second and make a big fuss, but they will get over it quickly.

They will usually forgive you after they tell you how disappointed they are in you.

Aquarius-
Aquarians really can’t stand to argue, especially when it comes to pointless arguments with stubborn people. They are the ones most likely to ignore you when they’re angry. They’d much prefer go for a walk or a drive rather than stick around and argue it out.shutterstock_52556014

If they can’t avoid what’s irritating them, they may feel cornered and explode out of sheer frustration.

They will then abruptly avoid you at all costs until they have calmed down again.

Or, they may just avoid you completely in the future. It all depends on who the argument is with. If it’s a new relationship, they may not see worth in the effort of repairing it.

Pisces-
With a Piscean it all depends on what kind of day you catch them on. Ifthey’re already having a bad day, they may explode if you set them off.

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If their day is going either way, then most Pisceans tend to avoid confrontation at all costs.

They would much rather go have a smoke or a drink to help them calm down, rather than stick around for an argument.

If that doesn’t make them feel better, then usually a good cry will.

They are probably the sign most likely to start crying out of frustration and anger, rather than flying into a rage and smashing things. of

When it comes to grudges, Pisceans will hold them in extreme situations, but for how long all depends on the circumstances.

 

 

 

 

 

 

~via TheSpiritScience.net