“Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of harming another; you end up getting burned.” ~Unknown

About the Speaker:

13231172_10154154573933535_113739045_nMorrighan Lynne is a Psychic Medium and Intuitive Coach with a fiery gypsy spirit! She works with the Angelic Realm and other spiritual disciplines to provide her clients loving, healing and insightful information. She is an Angel Therapy Practitioner®, Angelic Reiki Master/Teacher, Spiritual Medium and Paranormal Investigator. She is also a Mandala artist and Steampunk Jewelry designer. To learn more about Morrighan visit her website at www.EmbraceWithin.com.


Editor’s Note:

I have a deep respect for people who are willing to look at their own shit. I find in the spiritual community sometimes we only focus on the lightness of our being and avoid the darker aspects of our humanness. Our darkness is beautiful and deserves to be embraced just as much as the bright and shiny aspects of ourselves. When I saw Morrighan’s podcast on the topic of divine anger I was immediately drawn to it. Anger has just as much right to be expressed as my grief and my joy. Maybe, it’s not even fair to call anger dark. It is an emotion and just like every other emotion, if we ignore it, it doesn’t just go away. Often it comes out in ways that are unexpected with unintended consequences. So what is the appropriate way to be with our anger?

Morrighan does a beautiful job of explaining anger as a productive means of release and the burning up of stagnant energy. Anger is a powerful force if expressed appropriately. Its expression can be a valuable tool in taking down old systems for the individual and in the world. But when we use anger as a means of seeking validation, we move from a source of empowerment to victimhood.  Listen to Morrighan Lynne’s honest and intimate exploration of the divine energy of anger, we’d love to hear what you think.