Applying Anger - Hypnosis for Anger Management
This app includes:
• 29 minute NLP / self-hypnosis audio program with binaural beat frequencies
• 60 page e-book "An Overview of NLP & Ericksonian Hypnosis"
***** A great tool for some "attitude adjustment"
"Michael Emery has mastered the art of self-hypnosis; at least that's what I'm calling it. I've listened to a couple of his meditations; this one "Applying Anger" and "Dynamic Determination", oh wait, make that three, I listened to "Experience Trance" last night. All three are GREAT! Applying Anger was very appropriate and helpful with focusing anger toward and into a specific mental hang-up thereby releasing the anger while using it to destroy a mentally selected hang-up of your choosing. Fascinating concept. His voice is so relaxing, some meditation cd's that I've listened to of others have nasally, or high pitched voices which can be, for me, distracting. His is the first male meditation cd that I've listened to. His voice is very calming, not boring, engaging and interesting." - Merle9999
Even as far back as childhood you were probably taught anger is "bad"... In doing so, you were robbed of one of your greatest sources of personal power. Take it back, today.
Life happens and one of the things you can count on routinely being exposed to is anger. Hey, even if you don't want to think that it affects you, it does because it is becoming more and more undeniable that our thoughts and actions influence the rest of the world. In fact, remember this the next time you are driving in traffic and someone cuts you off. Or, when someone tries to force their political, religious or personal beliefs upon you. How far can they go before you experience anger?
It's all around you - all the time gently balanced upon the pivotal point between caged animal savagery and human benevolence. Even in light of your own goals, desires and aspirations - how many times do you have to not get what you want before you experience frustration followed by anger? You were likely taught to be afraid of letting anger get out of control. So you push it down inside and try to be calm.
Meanwhile, the pressure just builds and instead of focusing it as you can - it just blows up one day.
I've found that, in general, our society is very afraid of anger and for many individuals, instead of finding a healthy way to process a situation in which they have experienced anger, we often just repress the feelings we are experiencing. Such feelings build up and because there is usually no constructive way to release them, they remain with us and in some cases may even have physiological side effects such as ulcers, digestive problems, panic attacks and other health complications that have been attributed to emotional causes.
But, what if your anger was perceived to be like a fuel? Most people are afraid to even show anger because they don't trust that they can experience anger and still be in control. What if you could? What things in your life could you apply all energy this toward? Applying Anger is a unique 29 minute program that creates a private, safe place for a person to experience and redirect their anger. When directed and applied, anger can become one of your most powerful resources for achieving what you want in life.
About the Developer
Michael J. Emery has a Master of Arts from the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing and Advertising Management from Portland State University. Additionally, Michael is certified as a hypnotherapist and a trainer of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP). Michael encourages you to also download his free Intro to NLP app to listen to Intro to NLP and Experience Trance: An Overview of Ericksonian Hypnosis.
Very user friendly. I used to have the nike run app but I never used it because when I tried playing music whether from steaming or whatever's on my phone the nike run app would stop so I was constantly stopping and going, more stopping for sure! With the map my run app,it works perfectly, plays any music I want, and it shows how much calories I've burned. The app only stops when I press the button.