We become chronically impatient without understanding what has taken place, which is that our whole system, top to bottom, has been hijacked by a flooding rage. We can’t see this, but others can. Folks brush off impatience. But impatience is not for brushing off.
Anger is a judgment in the head that creates a felt equivalency in the body. This energetic excess jumps back ‘upstairs’ to validate the thought that created it. Call it the ouroboros effect.
Apparently, we need antagonistes—problems, difficulties, contrary and hostile forces—in order to grow, develop, mature. But what do we do? We invigorate them with our rage.