Note the “Don’t Get Angry” as if you do you are putting strain on your liver and gallbladder. In these tense times there is a lot of rage and frustration. Life is lived at such a fast pace. Everyone is in a hurry. Every mind seems to be on fast forward >>>>>>>. This is creating intense feelings of anger ranging from mild irritation to full blown rage when people react with angry words and say ” I do not know what came over me”. Try not to get sucked into the “rush hour” which now seems to be most hours of the day. Remain centred and in your own space even in the midst of a surging crowd. Think of your liver and gall bladder which have to deal with all of the chemical toxins that are produced when anger is aroused. Your liver is necessary for survival and there is no replacement for its functions.
Time might seems to be speeding up but that is an illusion so when everyone else is tutting and cursing and walking around like battering rams do not let their feverish behaviour push you into irritation or worse.
Also practise mindfulness. Live in the now. Don’t let your mind replay things from the past on a loop, especially if there was anger attached to those experiences. Do not plan arguments or conflicts with people in the future. Scrap the scripts. You will be protecting your liver and gall bladder and prolonging your life.
Just For Today and Tomorrow – Banish anger. Don’t Be angry. Don’t shake your mental fist and plan to be angry and in the words of Oasis “Don’t Look Back In Anger”
Every minute you are creating your path, your wyrd and sowing seeds which tend to follow a trajectory of growth. Sow anger. Reap anger. Sow peace and fun times. Reap peace and fun times.