This caller wants to explore her dark side
because she thinks there’s something very bad within her. She’s also spending a lot of time in the cycle of guilt
She’s had therapy to explore her anger (which is mostly directed at herself), but this has not released it.
During the call we learned that she thinks she’s a horrible mother, and that she has anger towards her parents, but we also learn how one of her biggest fears is that she’s just like her parents.
If you’re a regular reader of mine, you will know that I’m a big fan of getting angry. Getting angry is a big and powerful way to release our negative emotions, provided we do it in a constructive way. And, this is what we’re doing today, we are taking the people who she’s angry with into the bunker; we’re getting in touch with her dark side, and we’re releasing her angry so that she becomes free.
This call is for you if you want to learn how to release your anger in a constructive, powerful way.
Topics covered in this call:
- This caller wants to explore her dark side because she thinks there’s something bad in her.
- She suffers a lot of guilt and shame, and she feels angry at herself a lot of the time.
- Should we try to avoid getting angry at ourselves?
- Why does she fear that she’s a bad parent?
- How can she release her anger towards her own parents?
- Why do we fear our dark side and should we try to control it?
- Can getting in touch with our dark side in a constructive way serve us?
- How can she release her fear that’s she’s just like her parents?
- What can you do if an anger release doesn’t work?
- How can an anger release empower us?