February 22, 2010
anger and letting go
"From fear we can either slip and grab back on, or else we can allow the energy to rise up to where it shifts inot the next emotion: anger, anger at our weakness and our lack of directed progress, anger at the vulnerability that we see withing ourselves or witness around us. But the expression of our anger can be frightening and our energy can fall again, back into our fear.
Only when we start to understand which motivations we hold deep inside us can we begin to live effectively, conscioulsy creating our reality, evading the erratic and destructive landslides." (ref: Restall Orr)