anger and the gallbladderI am studying today and trying to put the piece of the puzzle together and I find this in your first lesson:
The angry fight against the vicious because they are what they are vicious.
Does this mean there is a part of me that is vicious too? I ask this because I had two things happen recently. One is that a neighbor that I have been helping became unnaturally demanding and I got very angry very quickly and withdrew from her, and now I want to stop helping her because of what you said about helping myself first. Does this include things like taking someone to the store or helping them with learning to write a check as well as helpiing someone change their life? The second thing is that the gallbladder pain has increased over this week. It is not in the front of my body at all, it is only to the left and below the right shoulderblade and it is about the size of a child's hand.
Also in another article to another person you wrote
What would you tell a middle-aged unmarried woman who knows all, has read all, who has had her gall-bladder removed together with all the stones in it, whose face has been covered by disfiguring skin-rash since she was a child?
The doctors have not been able to help her what would you say to make her better? She is dead certain that she hasnt the slightest fear of not being loved nor any anger in her. She thinks of herself as a nice person, through and through. All one can do for her is to write her a prescription. She may want it very much but despite everything, it is not possible for her to reach the spiritual level yet. She has to begin admitting her mistakes to herself first.
I comment on this because I am middle-aged, divorced for many years, and the know all read all comment is what people have said about me over the years. Add to this the fact I have gallstones and up until now I have been certain there was no anger in me. Obviously my gallbladder and the instance with my neighbor are telling me differently.
How do I proceed? How do I locate and empty that anger without being ugly and unbearable? In the past when I have tried to speak clearly to others I have been seen as bossy or overbearing. So if you have any advice for me AT THIS STAGE I woud really appreciate it.
patti3046 on 2006-07-19
treat each step of the way--you will find the roots--but never go by conjectur or suppostion--if using homoeopathy--valid symptoms and signs are what is needed...unraveling at pace conducive to well being--too fast /drastic is detremental....
this give some guideline?
♡ John Stanton last decade
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