Daytime Affirmations and hypnosis are two of the most effective ways to get control of your emotions and let go of pent up anger. Anger is often a symptom of other emotions or factors in our lives. It can be an expression of stress, fear, sadness or depression, or the impression of not feeling we are in control of our own lives. Daytime Affirmations can help sort out the real emotions behind anger and direct that energy toward more productive behaviors.
The term "anger management" is used lightly these days and sometimes in a joking way. However, uncontrolled anger is no laughing matter. It can lead to hurt feelings, damaged relationships and much worse, physical harm to property or people. Road rage is one example of uncontrolled anger that can lead to physical and even deadly consequences.
Our health may also depend on how we harbor or express anger. Studies have found that those who are angry often and for extended periods of time are more likely to develop heart disease.
Daytime Affirmations work to control anger by actually getting rid of it. When the person is regularly using Daytime Affirmations for anger, they are provided tools to help them completely relax, thus the anger is released. The thought processes about situations that would manifest themselves with expressions of anger are changed. Daytime Affirmations are able to trigger more appropriate responses to such stimuli so that the real emotions are expressed. Anger then becomes a thing of the past and expressed in a controlled manner and only when an angry response is normal.
Daytime Affirmations are a completely safe, straightforward, drug-free and 100% natural alternative. These recordings are developed and recorded by Steve G. Jones, M.Ed, Clinical Hypnotherapist. As half-hour scripts from a full hypnosis session, they provide positive affirmations without any music or relaxation suggestions. Daytime hypnosis reinforces and affirms the power of hypnosis - during the daytime! iPhone users can play these affirmations throughout the day to empower themselves.