IS ANGER YOUR PRISON? by Cathy D. Slaght
Last night the computer tech fixed both computers.
There was something seriously wrong with one of them, so am glad he came. But, also, I discovered I had the plugs of the computers mixed up- which was draining their batteries.
SO, if anyone ever thinks computer expertise is necessary before you can own an SRC4YOU- you can see that is NOT the case!
Am so embarrassed.
Anyway, now I can demonstrate the e-exercise we’ve been doing, and the 10- layer “anger related stress” clearing. This kind of stress is related to many illnesses- but maybe also to finally “blowing your stack” and even destroying your life or someone else’s! (road rage, for example )
So, in the case of the young man who erupted in rage and killed his mother - had he stuffed years of antagonism towards his parents? Or, was the chemistry of his brain shifted by nine months of antibiotics? (This could have seriously compromised serotonin production). Was it the video games? Teenage hormones?
(Well, as far as the teenage hormones theory, research finds physical aggression doesn’t start in adolescence. It starts in early childhood, maybe even pregnancy. Just one example, mothers who smoke during pregnancy are more likely to have children who have aggressive tendencies. More on all this another time.)
Right now, we’re focused on clearing stress related to sinus, which could tie in with unexpressed anger.
Experts say that if you’re prone to sinus infections, it’s likely that you hold anger in rather than discuss or deal with it. This usually involves someone close to you.
If you get a sinus infection, ask yourself: did you have an argument with someone where you didn’t speak up? Did someone cross a boundary?
Hidden feelings must go somewhere. Thoughts are formulated in the Prefrontal Cortex of the brain, immediately above the sinus cavity. These thoughts slide down and ferment in the sinus cavity.
So, here’s our group work- etheric, not physical
and stress management related to unexpressed anger-
Cathy D. Slaght