In this enlightening episode of the Daily Rejuvenation series on Jenuine Healing Down Under, world renowned energy healer Jen Ward and Marvin Schneider address the complex and often overlooked topic of displaced anger. Filmed amidst the soothing ambiance of an Australian bush stream, the setting provides a serene backdrop for a deep dive into the nature of anger that lies beneath your conscious awareness. Jen elucidates the distinction between misplaced and displaced anger, illustrating how displaced anger is not actively sought but passively exists within you, often as a result of past experiences. She emphasizes that what triggers anger in the present is rarely the actual cause, but rather, it’s a surface reaction to deeper, unresolved issues.
The core of the episode is dedicated to an SFT (Spiritual Freedom Technique) tapping session, led by Jen, designed to address and alleviate this deep-seated anger. They discuss the concept of surrogate tapping, where individuals can perform taps on behalf of those who struggle with anger, especially useful for those who grew up in abusive environments and have become inadvertent ‘shock absorbers’ for others’ anger. This technique is not only a tool for personal anger management but also serves as a means for collective healing, as releasing personal anger contributes to the dissipation of collective negativity. The tapping session includes powerful affirmations, guiding you to release the pain of being wronged, dissolve displaced anger, and shift from anger to calm.
As the episode concludes, Jen and Marvin reflect on the broader implications of managing and transforming anger. They consider the potential of conducting a master class series on anger management using the SFT approach, which would offer a more profound and effective alternative to traditional therapies. The discussion highlights the importance of self-kindness and disconnecting from the cause-and-effect cycle of anger. Jen shares her personal journey and insights, revealing how she consciously chose to incarnate amidst angry people, serving as a shock absorber to prevent greater destruction. This episode not only offers practical tools for dealing with anger but also deepens the understanding of its role in personal and collective consciousness.