Finding Your Niche
By Raylene Abbott
The world is full of deep and dark problems. There exist too many for one person to fix all alone. In fact if a person continues looking daily at the problems of the world it is very easy to get depressed and give up on life. Or a person can easily become an armchair critic and vent and complain about all the wrongdoings in life.
This is what happens to many people here on planet EARTH. When you do not find your own niche in life you begin to give up hope. After you give up hope then anger will well up from deep inside of the belly. That anger needs an outlet. The mind needs something to do with it. When I say anger comes up from the belly it is because life is not fully digested. The liver has not done its work to eliminate the toxins and poisons. Or the liver has become overburdened with too many toxins and poisons. We are not able to digest our experiences fully.
Some steam needs to be released. It is important to have the right spiritual practice to deal with that repressed anger. Remaining passive does not work. Anger will just continue to accumulate. A person needs deep catharsis at this point to have a release.
But most people don't go in that direction. The average person does not have the tools to deal with anger. Instead, they let out a little steam at a time. They find something in life that is wrong and they vent that anger on the wrongdoing. Pretty soon what you will find is a little venting is not enough for the catharsis a person truly needs. So then the venting turns fanatical.
The best thing we can do in this life is finding our life’s work. When we are doing our life’s work we become calmer and happier. We have found our niche in life. By living and working in our Universal Niche we can change the world and the people around us. Since we are spiritually in the right place, it becomes possible to affect many people. Like a pebble thrown into the pond, we can bring about far-reaching effect and our actions will ripple all the way to the other side of the shore.
Find your niche, which also should make you money. Then do that with all your heart. Your mind will become so absorbed in the creative act, you will forget the negativity of this world and you will be holding a positive space for this world to be a better place. Don't let your mind be swallowed by the negativity of this world. Create beauty. See the good in people. And do what you came here to do. And if you don't know what that is pray unceasingly until it is shown to you.
Kundalini Meditation by Osho is a very good practice to release supressed emotions like anger in a positive way.
Also liver cleansing on a regular bases with the dried powder herbs dandelion and milk thistle will help not only clean your liver. But this combination also will smooth out anger emotions if it is used daily over for 3 weeks. My suggestion is 1 teaspoon in the morning with water and another teaspoon before going to bed.