Wednesday, January 30, 2013

To think of the solution is to have the ability to change the situation.

Message for the day 

Expression: When there is a situation, which is difficult to deal with, the mind is usually caught up with it. But just thinking about it would not create a solution. When thinking is focused solely on finding a solution, then there is the ability to find the available resources and use them to change the situation.

Experience: When I am constantly looking for answers, I find the richness that is lying within. I appreciate and use both internal and external resources. I am free from complaints about problems, and I never give excuses for whatever is happening. I only appreciate what is there to bring about a positive change.

Soul Sustenance

Anger Management 

Keep a daily chart for one week for the questions below, the answers to which will help you manage emotions of anger, irritation, frustration, etc. more effectively. Review your progress at the end of each day and then at the end of one week. Having made your observations, make improvements for the next week. Keeping this chart for a month, will help you manage and overcome your anger much better.
1. During which event today did you get angry or irritated...even a little?
2. What was the type of your thoughts at that time?
3. Which negative thought/thoughts contributed to your stress the most?
4. What positive thoughts helped you to regain your calmness and composure?
5. How long did it take to regain your calmness?
6. Why did it take so long to regain your peace?
7. What would you do differently and more appropriately if the same scene happened tomorrow?

In Spiritual Service,
Brahma Kumaris

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