Patience is the state of being that occurs between experience and reaction. Whether you’re trying to be patient with yourself, others, or life, it seems to always involve the experience of dealing with delays or obstacles.
By cultivating a practice of patience, you’re able to let go of things outside your control and live with less stress, anxiety, and frustration.
Sometimes when your life is not going accoring to you, You started feeling frustrated, insecure, which turns your behaviour into anger. Even you started irritating with the minor things.
Maxwell Maltiz in his fascinating book psycho-Cybernetics, says, ” The person with a poor personality does not express the creative self within.He has restrained it, handcuffed it, locked it up, and thrown away the key.”
Problems arise when what you think and do doesn’t seem to produce immediate results.
A chinese proverb runs : The fire you kindle for your enemy often burns yourself more than him. There is truth in it. The best way to save yourself from self-immolation is to quell anger to nip the evil in its bud!
When you want things to happen in your life, you can prolong the process by giving your attention and energy to the frustration you feel about waiting. The waiting is not the problem. It’s how you deal with it, how you see it. It must be noted that :-
Practicing patience shifts your attention away from the stress and frustration.Acting with patience is a way of telling life that you are in charge.
You are in no hurry, there is no distress—only peace and confidence in your truth.
#Break your anger#