2. GETTING RID OF ANGER
It's okay to get pissed off once in awhile, but if you feel that you get angry almost too many times and can't stop your fiery pot from boiling, it's time to step out of your situation and reflect. Anger issues usually stem from a heart of pride, where you feel that you have to stoop to someone else's standards and your heart is not ready to serve. In other words, you want to be served the way you think you should be because you think highly of yourself. Yes, that sounds hurting but it actually is true. Anger can cause your behaviour to escalate, from a sarcastic tone to shouting or hurling objects at your victim. Anger is good if you want to correct a person, but usually rendered useless if you want to prove yourself high and mighty.
I was watching Doctor Oz on Channel 5 today and was extremely shocked at the number of Americans who have insomnia. According to sleep experts, insomnia is usually caused by a major event, and usually it is a negative or traumatic one. Psychologists can only diagnose major illnesses as a result of fear, but where do fear actually comes from? How do we actually overcome fear? Last week, I dreamt of a serpent gliding through my skull, waiting to swallow my mind. I have found the answer: fear comes from a spirit of accusation and condemnation. It comes subtlety, making you think that everything is your fault, and that you have to apologise to every single matter. I want to set you free from all these warped ideas – there is no need to fear of darkness, of cockroaches or of heights. Fear stems from your subconscious, and your subconscious is usually made up of events in your past. There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear. Yes, fear can be eradicated. We can be fearless in front of our enemies when we soak ourselves in perfect love. Wait for that perfect love, and if you can't find it in this world, there is perfection in heavenly places. Believe in it.