Sept. 14, 2015
Sunday, Sept. 6, 2015 I spoke at the Center for Spiritual Living West Georgia.
I spoke about using the Soul Colors Painted technique to rid ourselves of anger.
Listening to Bobby Schuler resulted in this topic.
Bobby Schuler, the pastor of Shepherd’s Grove in California and grandson of Robert Schuler, the founder of the Crystal Cathedral, told his congregation that all of us need to stop being Mr. or Mrs. Goody-two Shoes and admit that we have hidden anger.
He explained that it is this hidden anger that causes us to over-react when someone does something like push ahead of us in line, or cut us off while driving. Some of us don’t merely over-react, we explode.
I realized that Bobby Schuler has identified a real problem: in this modern day with all of our modern gadgets, we are constantly exposed to and can experience anger; there is no getting away from it.
So, learning how to deal with it instead of stuffing, or hiding, or ignoring our anger is critical.
Soul Colors Painted
One way to deal with the anger we’re holding onto, or might not be aware that we have, is to use intuitive painting techniques. I describe this method on my website Barbara S Lucas.com and in my book Paint Your Soul Colors.
Go to my web site Barbara S Lucas.com and view the paintings of those who painted their soul colors and those who painted situations in their life so that emotions can be released and situations improved.
We can, also, go to the angels and ask for their help.
Angels of All of Us
Angels of all of us,
We are indeed grateful that we know that you exist and that you bring us information, ideas, energy, support and protection.
You help us live this life in an uplifting, positive manner and we are grateful.
Today, we ask for help in dealing with our anger. We admit that we get angry and that we don’t know what to do with this emotion.
We know from our listening to ministers like Bobby Schuler, counselors and therapists that pretending our anger doesn’t exist, stuffing it, covering it up and hiding from it create problems. Sometimes these problems result in us doing really harmful things to our self and to others.
So, today we come to you willing to do what is necessary to handle our anger in safe, doable ways. We know that it’s okay to get angry; it’s just not okay to let it smolder and grow. It’s not okay to deal with it in ways that harm our self or others. So help.
We are open to your guidance.
And so it is.
Barbara S Lucas, PhD
Soul Colors Painted found at http://www.barbaraslucas.com/