i am in touch with my anger, and i release my anger.
I want both to be in touch with my anger and to release my anger. What I do not want is to project my anger onto someone else in the false believe that I will then feel better. Such behavior offers temporary relief, yet a more enduring suffering. Anger, if I feel it, should be acknowledged. But I need not, and should not, act on it, act on it in dysfunctional ways. I feel my anger, accept it is there, and surrender it to God for transformation. May spirit alchemize my broiling emotions, that I might rise above them.
I ask that my anger be transmuted by love, so I might be shown another way to handle my despair. May my anger be replaced by a higher way of seeing. Today I make a stand for my capacity to move beyond my anger, as I place any temptation toward attack thoughts into the hands of God. Amen.