182: 3 Beliefs to Help You Understand and Control Your Emotions


Do you ever feel fits of rage?  Have you ever had a day start off great and then deteriorate after a negative interaction or event?  Chances are good that you might not have a handle on the best ways to control your emotions.

The most steadfast principle of ZEN commuter is that you are responsible for your life, including your emotions, including your choice to be happy in any situation.

If you feel your emotions are outside of your control then your ability to craft a life of your choosing is gone.  If you feel that your life is at the whim of a spouse who loves you or a boss that  hates you, your life will never truly be your own.  Listen today and tomorrow to learn how to take back control of your emotions.

Quotes of the Day

"Every day we have plenty of opportunity to get angry, stressed or offended. But what you are doing when you indulge those negative emotions is giving something outside yourself power over your happiness.  You can choose not to let little things upset you" - Joel Osteen

Topics Discussed

  • Why taking responsibility for your emotions allows you to create a perfect life
  • How expectation creates an opportunity for negative emotions and stress
  • How knowing who you are helps you master your feelings


Article: Take Control of your Emotions

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Question of the Day 

When was the last time you experienced an emotion that was intense.  What do you really thing may have caused it.

Action of the Week

Take a feelings inventory twice during the day.


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