Meditation And My Anger

I need to lose my Anger.
I am a very angry person right now.
It shows up in my everyday life.
I have written about this before. I have never been angry like I have been the last few years.
I have held things inside for so long. Even now on the blog, I can’t share a lot of why I am angry.

It really doesn’t matter why. Or who or what I am angry about.
It only matters that I am ANGRY and That is just not Me. Or Rather Not the ME I WANT TO BE.

Depression: Yes I suffer from depression.
I fight it every day.

Anxiety: sometimes

Insecurity: Only in the last few years.

Old Age : I never really think much about it.
I never use to at all. But then I never thought I would live this long.
I have a fear of being bedridden. For ever.
I have a fear of Alzheimer’s.

I already know too much about being bedridden. I know too much of not being able to remember or think like I use to.

Death: I have never been afraid of dying.
I will fight to stay alive but I will also know when not to.

I want a little peace. I want to relax.

What Meditation Really Is.Com
Dare To Meditate:

Welcome to our 10-step introduction to meditation.

We recommend that you go through steps 1-10 in order, but you can set your own pace, and repeat each step as many times as you want before you move on to the next one.

From Sarah:
The information in all of the videos is good. I had trouble listening to the “Live ” Versions

I really enjoyed the computer generated ones. They were relaxing.
The written sessions are good.
The guided meditations at the end are really good as well.

Now that you’re familiar with the basic meditation posture, as well as the methods of watching the breath and focusing on an object, here’s a simple guided meditation that you can follow.

You can listen to this as many times as you want, and if you find it helpful, you can use it as part of your daily meditation practice.

From Sarah
There are 3 videos in the guided section here. All are good.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. freespirit says:

    I was a very angry person and it reflecked on my life but not now.

  2. Erika Kind says:

    Wonderful inspirations, Sarah! And I love the Buddha quote!

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