Suppressing anger isn't a healthy way to deal with your emotions - it doesn't go away on its own. Anger remains stored in your body, and whenever a memory triggers it - it will appear as raw as the day you initially experienced it.
Why would you want to live being controlled by feelings that are cause by an incident that happened years ago?
Many people spend a lot of time pushing their anger down, trying to ignore their true feelings, and temporarily masking them through excessive drink and drugs. Only pharmaceutical companies benefit from selling drugs to deal with anger - they only add to the many serious symptoms that are felt in the body from anger.
Anger is not the problem!
Anger is how your feelings show up, but they stem from an incident which is the root cause. Only when you release the root cause can you feel completely free of anger.
Anger robs the brain of reason, and can result in committing crimes. Prisons are full of angry people who only grow angrier when they're trapped in the system of incarceration. It's common for them to re-offend within the first year of leaving prison, and 1 in 10 of them go on to commit far more serious crimes.
Apart from the fact that locking someone away costs more than education - when the anger isn't addressed and resolved, the cycle has no end.
When someone has been a victim of crime, it's a natural instinct to want revenge and justice, but that only fills them with anger, and destroys them more than the original crime.
I'm not saying if you don't release your anger you will go on to commit a crime, but you are hurting yourself every day that you don't face up to it.
Anger isn't something to be afraid of. It's a way of releasing pain, frustration, and fearing the lack of love. Only when you make time to address your feelings, and honestly express their true depth, can you find the root cause - and there always is one.
I use the ZPoint Process as a way to relax and communicate with the subconscious mind, and my intuition sources the incident that is responsible for your feelings today. I encourage you to be open and honest safely, and the more you remember how bad the incident made you feel, the better you feel as it gradually fades away.
After a session, you're able to look back at the reason behind a lifetime of anger - and be emotionally detached, so it can no longer cause you pain again.
It takes courage to face your anger, but I make the process relaxed and easy - and I promise you'll end the session laughing and feeling wonderful - no matter how stressed your were at the beginning.
"Where there is anger, there is always pain underneath." ~ Eckhart Tolle
"Do not teach your children never to be angry; teach them how to be angry." ~ Lyman Abbott
"At the core of all anger is a need that is not being fulfilled." ~ Marshall B. Rosenberg