Anger is a toxic corrosive poison that seeps into our lives in so many ways. It is a byproduct of generations of invalidation and mistreatment and seeps into us directly or indirectly from others. It is as if the modern environment has shower heads of anger shooting out in all directions and we are its collecting rods and human holding tanks.
How does one deal with it? There are ways to get rid of it. Recycling it into productive energy like work, service or exercise seems to be effective. But all too often; instead of being dissipated; it is passed on to those around us. Or one keeps pooling it within themselves accepting more and more from those around them and creating more of a space for it until one becomes totally explosive or withdraws into a passive mode.
Prayer or meditation can help one rise above the level of anger but it doesn’t dissipate the bubbling pool that already exists.
Here is a technique to dissipate the anger:
In contemplation, instead of avoiding the anger, go to it. Visualize a bubbling toxic pool of noxious energy within you. See it in its pure form. Look at how it has killed all life around it. Sense the hopeless of having this pool exist. Visualize calling upon a special unique group of hazmat angels that are specifically equipped to deal with the toxic waste of anger.
Visualize them installing a sump pump and siphoning all the toxic anger out of the pool. See it going into a special pipe that dumps it into a river of light. Watch the waste flow into the Light and transform into a light golden energy as well.
Watch the hazmat angels work diligently to dry up the pool within you. See the scorched, burned barren ground underneath it.. But see it as totally bone dry. Watch as the angels install a drainage system where the pool once was, and have it connect through a pipe directly into the river of Light.
Now see them use a hose to spray the ground and surrounding areas with a special treatment of healing energies. Watch a new growth of green grass emerge; then little flowers. Visualize them continuing to spray until a whole garden is formed. See the butterflies return. Hear birds singing. Visualize the sun coming out and see the scene lighter; with even a rainbow emerge.
Remember how it felt to get rid of this pool. If you ever feel angry, call upon the hazmat angels to check the drain pipe and to remove blockages that may be plugging it up and creating a back wash of anger. When you have a situation arise that usually creates anger, be excited to use it as an opportunity to get rid of it by using this technique.
Share this technique with others instead of allowing them to use you as a drainage ditch for their anger.