The Story of “Two Dogs”

You may have heard about the “Battle Between two Wolves” story, but have you heard about the story of “Two Dogs”?

There is a story they tell of two dogs, both walk into the same room at separate times. One comes out happy and wagging his tail while the other comes out angry and growling. A woman watching this goes into the room to see what could possibly make one dog so happy and the other so mad. To her surprise, she finds a room full of mirrors. The Happy dog saw a thousand happy dogs looking back at him and this made him very happy while the angry dog saw only angry dogs growling back at him.

What we see in the world around us is only a reflection of who we are. In this situation, they are only reflecting something back to us that we need to heal. Although they can reflect back to us in many other ways.

Do you or someone you know have anger issues? No one chooses to be angry. Its a form of self-protection. A coping skill that has been developed over time.

Anger is a universal problem. It is not limited to one age group, culture, race, economic level, social status, educational background, or any other classification.

Unresolved anger is one of the main contributing factors to the destruction of marriages, the breakdown of families, and the weakening of communities. It is a major cause of health problems and a lack of productivity in the workplace, and it is a common denominator among juvenile delinquents.

Anger is a serious problem. What causes it? The root cause of a spirit of anger is tension from past hurts and guilt. This mixture of pain and guilt is cumulative and it erupts in anger when new offenses remind us of past experiences.

Most people assume that hurtful events in the past will be forgotten and will have no effect on the future. That is not true. Past hurts do not just go away, nor does guilt simply disappear after a wrong response to a situation. Unless these experiences are resolved through repentance and forgiveness, we will continue to experience bouts of anger when our tension points are triggered.

Solution: A soul retrieval session can help you look at the root cause and heal it from its point of origin.

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