Help with Anger management
Anger used in a positive way, can help us be the best we can be, this behaviour is call the fight or flight syndrome Some people can use anger to motivate themselves to be the best in their particular field, Sports, education, entertainment, presentations, employment, and much more.
All too often people get angry for negative reasons, losing control, ruining relationships, affecting work, causing depression and anxiety and this can lead to self harm, heart disease, strokes, IBS, stomach problems and more.
Understanding how our brain works
Anger is a learnt response, probably caused by your environmental issues. They say practice makes perfect, the more you do a thing, the more it sticks, becoming a Subconscious act.
We have two parts to our minds one is the conscious mind, the other the subconscious mind, both have different functions.
The conscious mind, your decision-making mechanism, it is a thinker, it can reason and choose. For example; you choose what to eat, your home, your lifestyle, your friends and enemies: decisions are made in the conscious mind.
Your subconscious mind is a big bio computer, your memory bank, its stores information from the day you were born, it can remember 10 billion pieces of information. It does not reason or think, it does not make decisions. It believes negative and positive information without evidence, it will act on both, in different circumstances and with suggestion.
What you think is how you feel, how are you feeling is how you behave, Think about what you want and you will get it, Think about what you don’t want and you’ll get that too.
You can implant negative thoughts into your subconscious mind without you even knowing, this happens when you’re constantly telling yourself negative affirmations, like I’m not the sharpest knife in the box, I’m so stupid, doing this makes me really mad and angry,I find it difficult to do this, I can’t do this, your subconscious begins to believe these affirmations and acts on them as if they’re true. This is also true for positive affirmations subconscious mind works The same way. This is why the above comment is so true.
Recognising you have a problem with anger
- Regular arguments with People Friends and in close relationships
- Feeling out of control when angry
- Smashing and damaging property, when things don’t go your way
- Difficulty in expressing yourself
- Anger leading to breaking the law
- Being on a short fuse all the time
Hypnotherapy, for help with anger
Hypnotherapy and self hypnosis are great ways to tackle anger, for the best results, you or your hypnotherapist Will explore the cause as well as the symptom. Anger always seems to have a history, almost certainly, experiences from the past, are causes of anger, that shape your belief system, creating unwanted, and uncontrollable behaviour.
Causes of anger
- Unfairly treated
- Unfortunate backgrounds
- Difficult upbringings
- Constant Exposure to violence
- Constant Exposure to rage
Changing your limiting beliefs
With a hypnotherapist, or with self hypnosis, you’ll need to get into a relaxed state, then posthypnotic suggestions can be given to the subconscious mind to control your anger, being motivated to do this will make a big difference.
What is a posthypnotic suggestion
While the persons in a hypnotic state, a Posthypnotic suggesting can be given to the person, and as long as this suggestion does not upset the persons better judgement, he/she will act upon it.