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With You in Mind, Issue #05 -- Why do we get and stay angry?
July 30, 2008

With You in Mind - Issue #05 - August, 2008
A Newsletter about the Fascinating Way the Mind Works

In this Issue:
Way of the Mind's Article: Why do we get and stay angry?
Mind Boggling: How to pronounce "ough"
Subconscious Mind Featured Product: Putting Stress to Rest
Mind Games: What do they have in common?
Mind Tickle, by Linda Solegato
Bear in Mind my Upcoming Events: Universal Energy and Belly Dance
What's in Your Mind? Your questions
At the Back of My Mind - Next month's newsletter


As I am getting ready to sail on the Mediterranean Sea – considering the amount of rain we have been getting in the Toronto area, it may be on Noah’s Ark! – some of my hypnosis CDs are starting to sell on You can now purchase Putting Stress to Rest and Online Poker: Getting a Mental Edge with Hypnosis directly on Amazon.

This newsletter contains some insights on anger and stress, especially for those who won’t be able to release their stress through cruising this Summer... sigh!

As always, feel free to drop me a line about this newsletter or the previous ones. Back issues can be found here.

Way of the Mind's Article: Why do we get and stay angry?
Anger and stress management clarifies the reasons why we get and stay angry.
Anger starts when we feel we are not getting respect from others or when something is getting in our way to happiness. For instance, we trip over an object on the floor, someone insults us, our partner refuses to do something we want or the darn computer misbehaves. And basically we stay angry because anger is giving us power and is protecting our ego. We are afraid to give up this power because we may then remember that we are vulnerable.
We get angry because it hurts the image we need to have of ourselves (relaxed, pleasant, powerful, etc.) Suddenly our happiness seems to go away from us. So we don't have the feeling we are in control any longer.
Let’s try to go deeper and see how we can use anger and stress management as much as possible. The emotional response to this loss of control is fear. And the response to fear is anger.
Read the rest of this article here.

Mind Boggling
The combination "ough" can be pronounced in nine different ways. The following sentence contains them all: A rough-coated, dough-faced, thoughtful ploughman strode through the streets of Scarborough; after falling into a slough, he coughed and hiccoughed.

Subconscious Mind Featured Product
Putting Stress to Rest: The Fastest Way to Release Stress - Now available on
If a bit of stress can actually be beneficial, because it focuses your attention, extreme stress can bring many health problems. However, how often do you consciously take time to relax? Any type of visualization or meditation is naturally conducive to relaxation, but this 27-minute session is just like a mental spa, allowing you to instantly dissolve the stress you feel and dive into a world of peace and serenity. Don’t wait any longer, listen and relax! View product information on Amazon.

Mind Games
What do the following words have in common?

Solution of last month's Mind Game:
The answer is 26. No matter what number you thought at the beginning, the rest of the sequence cancels itself out, so you don’t need to do the math.

Mind Tickle
The dog stopped barking and the kids have gone to bed, but your mind has a lot to talk about and it knows you can't pretend you're not at home.” – Linda Solegato

Bear in Mind my Upcoming Events

Universal Energy Training
My next class will be on Sunday, August 10, 2008. Then, no more classes until the end of October... Read more about Universal Energy, and/or register to a class.

Belly Dance
Don’t wait to sign up online to my series of 6 belly dance classes, which will be held in Oakville, Ontario, starting October 9, 2008. Details here.

What's in Your Mind?
Feel free to send me your questions, suggestions or comments. If you have an interesting question, I may decide to write an article about it!

At the Back of My Mind
Watch out for next month's newsletter. I will share tips on How to trust your intuition and will feature a product intended to develop your intuition power.

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Till next month, keep me in mind!


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