I’m not going to pretend to have all the answers. But I know the answer isn’t hate.
Yet, exploring rage does have something to do with.
What to do with all the rage, buried beneath the desire for peace and love, and the elusive but ever present light.
If we pretend the anger isn’t there, it owns us. We become a by-product of its wanting.
So how to engage with the depths of our human-ness that we have been shamed, ridiculed, minimized – abused – into denying? IE, our right to feel anger? ALL throughout our lives?
What’s so bad about feeling angry, anyway? These pockets of information that bubble to the surface, like a carbonated “yea? well fuck you, David!”
I mean – they exist! They make themselves known. And who are we to say what should or shouldn’t have the right to exist?
Tread carefully when meandering the tumultuous territory of ignorance.
Ignorance exists in the way we assert that we know the value of all of our experiences.
If it feels good, yay! If it feels bad, bleh!
But how can we begin to develop a sense of faith in that space within us, where the carbonated bubbles of “fuck you!” come from? Belief in the power it holds for us, IF examined?
How can we learn to honor our anger’s right to exist?
We’ve got a good opportunity on our hands right now, to help us figure out how. And it’s in all the ways we are witnessing entities screaming about who has the right to live.
What discomforts them, they want to eradicate.
What impairs their want to inflate something that is failing, they want to eradicate.
“Don’t you dare post that on FB, Susan!”
So we can witness what they’re doing – their patterns – and we can be looking at the things that we want to eradicate within ourselves. The things we want to deny or snuff out. And we can just notice how and when we do it.
I don’t have all the answers. If I did I wouldn’t need to be here.
But what I do know, right now, is there’s something inside of all of us, that wants our attention.
And it’s anger.
Please don’t try to deny how you feel.
There are a lot of humans wanting to experience peace. But in order to experience peace, there are inner processes we must go through, of witnessing what keeps us from experiencing it.
Give everything that lives within you compassion – the right to exist.
We give ourselves what we weren’t given. That’s the path.