Suppression Always Gives Way to Anger

Suppression Always Gives Way to Anger

Suppression Always Gives Way to Anger

It’s Normal to Feel Anger

So why all the anger and uprising at the moment?

Well, whenever you have suppression, there is a pushing against that suppression. Innately we all want to feel free. And if anyone suppresses people, they eventually get over the fear and because the suppression is still valid, you have the beginning of an uprising.

You can only suppress people by taking away their power and the most effective way of doing that is by fear. China has carried out this effectively for many years. It’s their tool for controlling 2 billion people and if anyone protests publicly, they’re ‘dealt with’ in a way that either threatens their families or nobody sees them again. Communist regimes have used propaganda as a tool to keep their own people controlled. But I’m not here to talk about politics or who’s to blame.

Why are You Feeling Anger?

I want to talk about why you’re feeling the way you are and what you can do about it.

We all have an internal emotional scale, we call a Mood Barometer. It was something you were born with and it helps you to understand both where you’re going and why things happen in your life the way they do. Even though we were all born with this Mood Barometer, very few people know how to use one, least of all those in power in Governments.

Your Mood Barometer is internal communication between you and your Higher Self. Now you can call your Higher Self anything you’d like, such as Source, Universe, God, Jehovah, whatever suits you, but this communication is there to connect your with your broader perspective.

Anger can Guide you Out of Insecurity

When you are in the thick of a situation, it’s difficult to find a way through, just as if you were in a forest, finding a path ahead would be difficult. But if you were to use a drone and take a larger perspective of where you are standing, the path would be clear. That’s what your higher self does, it gives you a broader perspective of where you’re standing.

The way it communicates that perspective is by you mood. When you feel great, you are aligned with your Higher Self. That’s the place where you can see what’s going on, inspiration is prominent and clarity walks beside you. It’s the path of your dreams and it feels really great. In fact you’ll say things like “things are just working out for me” and “I was in the right place at the right time” or “I was lucky”. That’s the verbiage of someone who is walking in unison with their higher or broader perspective. And we all have one.

Higher Self Communicating

Another way it communicates is when you are feeling depressed or afraid, you tend to give your power away and allow others to tell you what to do. You don’t have a clear path and can’t really see what’s right for you. You think you no longer have control over your own life. This is the mood that many oppressive regimes would like to have you stand in.

Why? Because you are much easier to control this way. You don’t fight back and you absorb all the information you hear as being the truth. Your verbiage would be something like “I’d better not do that” or “look out if you’re caught” or “that’s not the right thing to do” and “they’ll get into trouble doing that”. And it feels horrible. It feels powerless because it is. You’ve given your power away, for free.

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Suppression is an Inner Response to an Outer Conflict

This is what we call suppression and it is the opposite to being aligned with the Higher Self so it feels lousy. That’s the communication of your Higher Self. It says, the better your mood, the closer you are to your dreams, which is connection to your higher self. The worse you feel, the further you are from connection with your Higher Self.

However, there aren’t only two moods. Feeling great and feeling depressed. There are many more in between. These are the stepping stones from one mood to another.  It is very unlikely that you’ll go from feeling depressed to elated in one foul swoop, but it is likely that you’ll take the stepping stones of Insecurity and Guilt, then to Revenge and then Anger.

Anger is an Outward Response to an Inner Conflict

So now you have a chemical hotpot. There are many who have been depressed and are finding themselves in a mood of insecurity. Others who have moved to revenge and wanting to get theirs back at someone. Then there are those who have moved to anger and are lashing out at (on social media, or even shooting) those who seem to pose a threat.

Still others are discouraged and many who are feeling blame towards a person, group or government.

It may seem the world is out of control, but this will always happen after any suppression. The reason is that people are taking their power back. Even anger is a more powerful space than insecurity. Blame is a more powerful space than anger.

Anger is Normal Progression in Reclaiming your Power

But I want you to understand this because it’s a normal progression of taking your own personal power back after you’ve given it away. It’s not a wrong mood to be standing in, but you just don’t want to hang around there for long, because neither insecurity, anger nor blame are good places to live your life from.

If you’re feeling any of these moods, then you can keep listening to your Mood Barometer and move yourself further up the track until you come to disappointment, frustration, pessimism, boredom, hopefulness, optimism. Each feels a little better than the last. And when you get to feeling optimistic then you are really close to feeling great.

Your Mood Barometer is your Inner Guidance System

Your Mood Barometer will indicate how close you are by how you feel. When your thoughts take a turn to blame or anger, you’ll feel worse and when they are hopeful and optimistic, you’ll feel better and better.

You were born with this connection. You just need to understand how to read the Barometer. You also have a map. A mood map. It guides you those increments towards feeling connected and great.

Here are your links to Mood Barometer and Mood Map, or if you’d like the pdf download, just click on the 6D Mood Mastery Quickstart below.

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About Gayle Maree

Gayle overcame decades of limiting beliefs about success and money to live a life she had only dreamt about. She spends her time between USA and Australia (home to their 7 grown children and Natural Health Clinic) and conducts workshops all over the world with husband of 30 years, Allan; helping purpose-driven women like you, shed their old patterns and beliefs to manifest the happiness they truly deserve.

People are attracted to Gayle for the high energy, intuitive insights and deep wisdom; and for the powerful transformation they gain through 6D Mood Mastery.

Are you ready to transform your life?

Her key course is 6D Mood Mastery©, and 6 Foundations for a Successful Online Business©.

Gayle is a Spiritual Counselor, Mother, Entrepreneur and Eternal Optimist. She is co-author of 6 Dimensions of Healing©, author of 6 Foundations of a Successful Online Business©  and Habits of Happiness.

Her mission is to empower people to recognize their own inner guidance so they can take the path of happiness to manifest their dreams.

Using Your Mood Barometer To Bridge The Gap

Using Your Mood Barometer To Bridge The Gap

Using Your Mood Barometer To Bridge The Gap

Mood Barometer is Your Key to Staying on Track

Sometimes we find ourselves lost and way off-track and we wonder how this happened so suddenly. Yesterday we were ok and today, we’re lost. Our Mood Barometer is key to our understanding.

Being on track is rather like walking a well marked path through a familiar forest. It’s bright and breezy, and easy to follow. It’s an enjoyable experience. We know we’re on track because our mood is also bright and breezy. Life is exciting, we have a sense of freedom and inspiration flows.

Just like any path there are twists and turns, so how do we know when we are still on our path or not? That’s the job of our Mood Barometer.

Stages of Feeling Lost Without a Mood Barometer

Often, our mind will wander and our mood will take a turn. We still feel ok but inspiration is elusive and things aren’t quite working the way we’d like them to. We’re not quite sure what’s happening. This is when we’ve wandered off that forest path just a little without realising it.  When this occurs, many moods can set in, such as frustration.

Then we don’t know why things aren’t working and they just seem to get worse. This is a path through the forest that we are actually forging ourselves. It’s no longer paved and illuminated. But still, we don’t realise we’re off the path, eventhough we maybe discouraged. It’s probably somebody else’s fault anyway.

We hit rock bottom when fear and depression comes from being lost in an unknown forest for a long time. We aren’t able to recognise where we are or how we even got there. The only things that we can see are more of the same. More thick forest, more thoughts of things that aren’t working. We are well and truly lost.

Reading Your Own Mood Barometer

Most people don’t understand there’s a transition from one stage to the next. But, just like the forest that changes vegetation and light, we have a Mood Barometer that gives us indicators. Indicators of wandering off the path could be feelings of contentment or boredom. But they’re easy to ignore. These moods indicate that we should readjust our mood to get back on the well lit, familiar path of joy and excitement. And when we don’t, we wander further and further off track, until we can’t even recognise where we are or how we got there.

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Role of Your Mood Barometer

It’s always salvageable but there’s a bridge from where we are to where we want to be and it needs to be traversed. We can’t make one giant leap and we need to find our way back to the path, so our thoughts and our moods are what we use to traverse the bridge. We feel our way back to the path.

Now it may seem as though the distance between the well-lit path and completely lost are very close, but it’s not. There are always indicators along the way. This is the job of our Mood Barometer, to indicate to us where we are located at any given time. When we’re aware of our moods, it becomes easier to readjust, well before we get lost.

Our Mood Barometer indicates where we are in relation to where we want to go. The well-lit path of joy and inspiration represents where we want to be and being lost in a strange forest represents fear and powerlessness, the furtherest point away. There are mood indicators every step of the way like signposts, to warn us of the direction we’re traveling. Most times, we ignore these signs.

Outside Influences on Your Mood

The reason our mood changes so rapidly is mostly because of the influence we give to outside factors. That’s other people, the response to our environment and opinions towards what’s happening in our lives.

For instance, if work isn’t a good environment, then it’s easy to focus on what’s going wrong. When this happens, our mood follows and maybe frustration is the mood that occurs. This creates a habit of feeling frustrated every time we think about work. This frustration flows through every part of our lives, until everything is frustrating. The only thing that appears before us is more frustration.

This wasn’t a leap from inspiration to frustration, it was a subconscious meandering into the mood of frustration until frustration became the dominant mood. From there it’s easy to keep traveling in the direction our Mood Barometer indicates is well away from our path. Through disappointment, doubt, worry, blame and discouragement.  Once we’re there, it’s like trying to forge a path into the unknown. It’s difficult. That’s when life feels difficult and lonely.

We are never alone and we are never so lost that we can’t find our way back on track. All it takes is understanding our Mood Barometer and which way our moods are indicating. Closer to our path or further away. When we’re feeling discouraged and we want to feel great, our Mood Barometer is indicating that there’s a gap because it doesn’t feel good. Closing that gap by building a bridge is the best tool we can have in our Life Tool Box.

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Developing the Tools for a Bridge

To develop this, we first need an Awareness.

  • An awareness of how we’re feeling and an awareness of what we’re thinking.

We don’t need to monitor our thoughts all day, but when we find ourselves smiling, our Mood Barometer is indicating we’re moving towards our path and when we find ourselves frowning, we’re thinking thoughts that are moving us away from that path.

  • The second thing we need is to Interrupt the pattern of thoughts.

Sometimes we can get so good at thinking rubbish, that the thoughts come thick and fast. These are thoughts that don’t support us, but they’re running rampant. There’s no time to even find something better to think about. That’s when we need an interrupter. There are many methods of doing this. Remember when you were little and someone would tell you something you didn’t want to hear, you would makes noises not to hear them. Well, that’s an interrupter. It stops the mind from taking that same path it’s been going along.

  • The next piece is to consciously look for something Neutral to focus on.

This could be the weather, nature, a bird, even a song. This is creating some space and stopping the momentum.

  • When you begin to feel some relief, it’s time for the next step. Encouraging Self-Talk.

We’ve interrupted the pattern. Now it’s time to look for something that our Mood Barometer indicates feels a little better. That comes from our self-talk. Rather than allowing our thoughts to wander, because we haven’t created a new focus yet, consciously choose thoughts that feel better and better. But don’t leap so far that they’re unbelievable.

Use Encouraging Self-Talk to move in the direction of the illuminated path as a neutral space still exists. Your Mood Barometer will guide you. This isn’t rocket science, it’s natural and something we were all born with.

I’ll record a video so that you can see how to use your self-talk to improve your mood.

Improving Your Default Mood

But don’t stop there. We all have a moods are indicating and it’s good to understand what yours may be. For many years, my default mood was Worry. I would worry about everything and that seemed normal. Then I moved my default mood up the map to Boredom. That was where I spent a lot of my time. Now my default mood is more around Enthusiasm and Eagerness. So make sure your default mood is not so far down the Mood Map that as soon as you move in direction, you’re feeling blame or anger. We’re more likely to notice the signs we’re getting lost, if our default mood is closer to our path.

In summary, the tool you’re looking for is a bridge. The steps along that bridge are:

  • Awareness,
  • Interruption,
  • Neutralising,
  • Encouraging Self-Talk.

Remember the Rules

There are two warnings.

  1. Don’t try huge leaps. You’ll end up in the river if you try and jump over the bridge.
  2. You can’t stop on the bridge because you’ll go backward. Those old thoughts still have momentum and you haven’t replaced the momentum with something better yet.

Practice, that’s all it takes. Then, when you get lost and you will from time to time, you have the tools to traverse the bridge and move towards your path.

But start at the beginning because, until you interrupt that pattern, you can’t even see that there is a bridge.

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It includes the PDF to your Mood Barometer and Mood Map.

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About Gayle Maree

Gayle overcame decades of limiting beliefs about success and money to live a life she had only dreamt about. She spends her time between USA and Australia (home to their 7 grown children and Natural Health Clinic) and conducts workshops all over the world with husband of 30 years, Allan; helping purpose-driven women like you, shed their old patterns and beliefs to manifest the happiness they truly deserve.

People are attracted to Gayle for the high energy, intuitive insights and deep wisdom; and for the powerful transformation they gain through 6D Mood Mastery.

Are you ready to transform your life?

Her key course is 6D Mood Mastery©, and 6 Foundations for a Successful Online Business©.

Gayle is a Spiritual Counselor, Mother, Entrepreneur and Eternal Optimist. She is co-author of 6 Dimensions of Healing©, author of 6 Foundations of a Successful Online Business©  and Habits of Happiness.

Her mission is to empower people to recognize their own inner guidance so they can take the path of happiness to manifest their dreams.

Recognizing The Guidance of Our Higher-Self

Recognizing The Guidance of Our Higher-Self

Recognizing The Guidance of Our Higher-Self

We are Never Alone

If we are being guided, then how do we recognize the guidance our Higher-Self is providing?

Less than 10% of who we are, incarnates into the physical world, the other 90% stays behind in non-physical to guide us. Which means we are never alone. Even when we think we are (check out Footprints in the Sand poem, Mary Stevenson 1936), there is always our non-physical family guiding us towards some relief.

We call this non-physical family our Higher-Self and that’s quite an accurate description. Our guidance has the clarity that we can’t see and has a much broader perspective from which to gain information. Our Higher-Self carries the wisdom of hindsight and can see all the opportunities that will present themselves. No matter what you call them, our Higher-Self always has our best interests at heart.

So how do we recognise our Higher Self speaking?

Does it come from words or is it painted on a billboard?

It can come in many, many different ways. Through thought and inspiration, via a friend or acquaintance, even a complete stranger. It can be written on a billboard or in the sand, often at 3am or in the midst of a crisis.

How do we know what is guidance?

That’s a really great question. Often we don’t. We are stubborn as human beings and we miss the message. But don’t worry, we’ll get another and another. We’ve all heard the story of a man who was waiting for God to save him. Here’s a reminder:

A man was sitting on the roof of his house in a severe flood, waiting for God to save him. A row- boat came along and asked the man to jump in. He refused, saying that he was waiting for God to save him. The deeply religious man had great faith and it wasn’t long until a rescue squad turned up. Refusing their help, he stated faithfully that God would save him. The water was rising rapidly and swirling all around him. He was getting very nervous when a helicopter hovered overhead and sent down a rope. The man ignored it, saying that God wouldn’t let him down in his hour of need.

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higher self, guidanceThe stranded man drowned and when he went to heaven asked God “Why didn’t you save me? I was standing on my roof surrounded by water, waiting for you to come. Why didn’t you come?” God replied, “I sent you two rescue boats and a helicopter. What more did you want?” 

Recognising the messages from our Higher-Self is a significant part of our own expansion. Sometimes they sound like a whisper and other times, like anger. It’s not because they’re angry with us, but because that is all we can hear. Our higher self will always send someone to intersect our situation, reflect our moods and divert a path that seems out of control.

Does Our Higher-Self sound like Love?

The people around us are our messengers. When we come across an angry person, it isn’t because we’re angry, it’s because that’s all we can hear. It’s often enough to help us change direction. When we have a car accident or a cancer, it isn’t the first hint that something is awry. We have ignored a stream of higher interventions to arrive at this point.

It’s ok if we don’t recognise the people who reflect us as heaven sent. They don’t realise they’re an instigator for change in our lives. They’re not looking for accolades. They’re there to do a job and that’s to get our attention. When this happens, we can make different choices. Is this the direction we want or would we prefer something better?

Does the Higher-Self Judge Us?

It’s not the job of our Higher-Self to judge what’s right and what’s wrong for us. It’s their job to support and love us and offer us a path in the direction we chose before we even came into this life. This they do in whatever capacity we can notice. For instance, when we are angry, we can’t hear harps and angels, we can only hear anger. When we’re depressed, we’re a long way from having inspiration, but we can notice people that belittle us.

So next time you’re having a bad day, look at what has presented itself, whether people or situations and instead of blaming them for your bad mood, ask yourself one question? “What are they telling me?” The answer is always right in front of you. It’s manifested by your mood.

 

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It includes the PDF to your Mood Barometer and Mood Map.

Continue your journey with

6 Dimensions of Healing – Handbook

6 dimensions of healing

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About Gayle Maree

Gayle overcame decades of limiting beliefs about success and money to live a life she had only dreamt about. She spends her time between USA and Australia (home to their 7 grown children and Natural Health Clinic) and conducts workshops all over the world with husband of 30 years, Allan; helping purpose-driven women like you, shed their old patterns and beliefs to manifest the happiness they truly deserve.

People are attracted to Gayle for the high energy, intuitive insights and deep wisdom; and for the powerful transformation they gain through 6D Mood Mastery.

Are you ready to transform your life?

Her key course is 6D Mood Mastery©, and 6 Foundations for a Successful Online Business©.

Gayle is a Spiritual Counselor, Mother, Entrepreneur and Eternal Optimist. She is co-author of 6 Dimensions of Healing©, author of 6 Foundations of a Successful Online Business©  and Habits of Happiness.

Her mission is to empower people to recognize their own inner guidance so they can take the path of happiness to manifest their dreams.