“If anger is a dirty word I want my mouth to be filthy, rolling against tongue and teeth every instance in which I’ve felt venom’s tang snake her way through my veins - for I must let out my poison, I must, or else there shall be no space left in which to live.”
Anger. So often we're told that there isn't any place for it in our spiritual practice.
As if admitting or expressing deeply felt rage and grief surely dooms us to a never-ending spiral of negative thinking, trapping us in the past, preventing us from fully owning our power as conscious creators.
Turning towards our anger means stunting our growth, keeping us small, blocking our expansion. And yet... what if it actually means the opposite?Read More