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Temper Tantrum Release Find a quiet, comfortable place to sit where you won’t be interrupted. Make sure it’s a place where you’ll have privacy. Before…

Releasing Anger in a Safe & Healthy Way

Temper Tantrum Release Find a quiet, comfortable place to sit where you won’t be interrupted.

Make sure it’s a place where you’ll have privacy. Before you begin, light the candle and ask, May only that which is for my Highest Good come forward. Take a moment to connect to your Higher Self by bringing your hand to your heart. Feel this unconditionally loving and compassionate part of you.

This is your surfboard and will keep you safe as you ride the waves of your emotions. Take some time to think about your Expectation Hangover and what is really upsetting you. Saying what you are upset about out loud is a great way to begin bringing your feelings to the surface. Use sentence starters like these: I’m mad because… I’m sad because… I’m hurt because… This sucks because.…. Let the emotions come up. Resist the temptation to analyse your feelings or the situation that is triggering them. Allow yourself the full experience of the feeling, keeping a open body position. If anger comes up and you want to hit the pillow in front of you, go for it! Or if you want to, scream into it. If there are tears, let yourself cry.

Instead of contracting your body and looking down, keep your head up and your chest open, and ride the waves of what you are feeling. Continue tuning in to your Higher Self for words of encouragement. The most important part of releasing a feeling is to have compassion for yourself the entire time you are going through it. Gently say to yourself, “It’s okay. Let that out. You are doing great. Keep going. Continue riding the waves of your feelings just as you did during a temper tantrum when you were a child. As you start to feel the intensity of your emotions decreasing, it is important to engage in self-soothing of some kind. You may feel like rocking a bit, putting your arms around yourself, or curling up with your pillow or a stuffed animal. Spend some time nurturing yourself and just being with yourself. Then imagine yourself as a surfer safely and gently arriving on a beautiful beach.

Take three deep, slow breaths. Put your hand back on your heart and fill

yourself with love. Acknowledge yourself for your courage and

willingness to work through this exercise.

Take some time to reflect on this process in your journal.

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