How To Release Anger

In this episode


How can we use this energy to create rather than destroy?

Today’s Returner question from Hannah is: how can we release rage in a positive, healthy way? It’s such a beautiful and important question. Anger isn’t just a raw, uncontrollable force; it’s often a reflection of what is truly important to us. It holds encoded within it our deepest passions and longings. Society often teaches us to suppress it, yet, when harnessed, anger can hold such potent wisdom. From a raw outburst from my husband to the rage I felt postpartum, I’ve witnessed the deep sacredness of this emotion. This episode uncovers the journey of listening, expressing, and transmuting anger into powerful creations.

Anger delivers clear information to us and it can be used to create incredible things in the world. If we are to consciously live, then the invitation is to try to understand that information and to embrace that energy and express it consciously.

— Rebecca Campbell


Soul Inquiry

The Soul Inquiry prompt for this episode is:
What makes you furious, angry or full of rage?
How do you feel helpless, hopeless or powerless?
How can you consciously use this energy within you to create something new?

Now it's time to commit to a grounded action:
What is one baby step you can take in that direction?

Key Timestamps

  • 00:47 Opening Sacred Space.

  • 01:35 Today’s listener question: How can we release rage in a positive, healthy, life-affirming way?

  • 01:46 Rage is a reflection of what is important, our purpose and codes of our true passion.

  • 03:13 Repression can distance us from our joy.

  • 06:07 Finding a safe, conscious way for anger to be heard.

  • 07:17 Flipping our understanding of this creative force.

  • 09:02 Directing the energy from anger to birth something new.

  • 09:39 My first hand experiences of moving big emotions out of me.

  • 18:45 Connecting with our emotions through The Inner Temple Mystery School Training.

  • 19:26 Tools to alchemize anger as the most holy work there is.

  • 21:38 Today’s Soul Inquiry prompts.

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