Anger not only tarnishes character but also clouds judgment. On the other hand, a healed and whole person will rise above how they feel and find ways to alleviate stress. They will always want to make the right decisions, no matter how many times they’ve been wronged.
The angrier we become the more we are poisoned by anger, the less we are able to rationale our decisions, particularly those based on negative cumulative experiences. Being angry means we’re more likely to rely on cognitive shortcuts, rather than rely on systematic reasoning.
But anger isn’t something we just come through without working on ourselves. Angry people are too quick to blame individuals, rather than look at a particular aspect of a situation that might have led them to be angry. Where relationships dynamics are responsible, it is important to remember relationship conduct works both ways.
Leftover anger will always continue to cloud our judgment often without us being aware we are angry. Not the best scenario for anyone trying to steer a course in both their personal and work life. But choosing to be accountable, changes how we use our feelings on any decisions we need to make.
As we work through all anger, we will become more enlightened through the process, rather than us continue to harshly blame others for our lives and how our lives have turned out. We can choose to live a life fuelled with anger, or we can choose to think about why someone does what they do and what’s going on for them.
But even through anger, life is about us working towards being whole, not accepting we live with anger. Being whole is living with harmony, where the body, soul and spirit come together.
It is us choosing to live in such a way that every aspect of our lives is interrelated in a health-conscious way and being able to adapt to all circumstances.