Psychospirilosophy asks is the opposite of Patience is Wrath?
When things don't hurry up and go the way we want we tend to get a little pissy with each other and the world.We get angry as if somehow that is going to speed things up.
Let's put on our Psychospirilosophy glasses and take a look at why the opposite of patience might in fact be wrath.
For those new to what I do the view works like this.
Psychology: Understand from a psychological standpoint why you are doing something can provide the solutions to the problem you are facing.
Spirituality:As long as it doesn't involve animal or human sacrifices, I don't care what you do, have something.
Philosophy: Our life philosophies are the talk that gets us called a hypocrite for not walking.
Why is it when I am waiting for something I get angry when it doesn't happen right when I want it to and who and what am I really angry at?
Depends on what I am waiting for.
The are no magic formulas to life as the moment is ever changing and no matter how similar it might feel, it is always a different set of variables that are being examined backwards to now to find the answer. The idea I like to apply is not process or formula its a flow of thought and emotion that allows me to investigate me and as many perspectives as it takes to find the wisest course of action or reason as to why I am feeling any one way about anything and if it's truly valid or I am being a whiny little bitch about it.
Everything in existence works in a vortex or a spiral including gravity itself. We often refer to our emotional states as spiraling upward or downward or out of control.
For me the spiral is a natural flow of taking the time to feel the emotion and examine it by justifying it to myself and I get out through self talk and that allows me to hear it and exercise my self awareness and feel how it sounds to me as I am saying it. Do the words and the emotion make sense together.
As the spiral continues and moves out of the emotion to the logic in turning the mirror inward and seeing if the emotion based on the emotional explanation makes sense and then hitting the fringe of the spiral to look inward as if I was hearing this story of how I got to be in this emotional state.
Would it make sense if someone else was telling me the story?
One of my pet peeves is when I find myself having to repeat myself with consistency to someone. Having to answer the same question repeatedly has a tendency to test my patience greatly. Some of my former students and clients will confess this is true.
My students are coming to me often to unlearn and relearn. To reprogram themselves to operate at a higher level of conscious awareness and often this in