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How to Release Anger or Hurt

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A dear friend once told me if we look at those who have hurt us as a person who is broken it can help us to feel more love and compassion towards that individual. Those words resonated deeply with me.

When I say, “broken,” what do I mean? Think of an appliance that isn’t working properly, not performing its function. It cannot be resold or given away; it has no useful value, and we discard it. No, I’m not suggesting that you throw people away. However, I am asking that you look at the negative feelings that you are experiencing toward someone as you would a broken appliance. Discard the feelings as they no longer serve a purpose for you.

Choose to release the negative emotions and judgment toward those who have hurt you and decide to see them as broken. By living mindfully aware and releasing those negative feelings and harsh judgments we free ourselves to opportunity for more peace and happiness.

Living mindfully,

Nancy Gentle Boudrie

zBy Nancy Gentle Boudrie, owner and founder of Awaken With Light, Inc., Talk Show Radio Host, Wellness Coach, Usui Reiki master and teacher, Angel Intuitive Practitioner®, IET Advanced Practitioner®, as well as a certified meditation instructor and practitioner. You may find her at Facebook.com/AwakenWithLight, Twitter @AwakenWithLight, LinkedIn, www.AwakenWithLight.com and . Listen to other YouTube meditations and mindful exercises by Nancy - YouTube Meditations.+

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Nancy Gentle Boudrie

Nancy Gentle Boudrie, Owner and Founder of Awaken With Light, Inc. is a Self-Development Specialist, Inner Peace Expert, Radio Podcaster, Usui Reiki master and teacher, Certified Angel Intuitive®, Integrated Energy Therapy® Advanced Practitioner, as well as a certified meditation instructor and practitioner.

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