As you embrace the idea of honoring your emotions as Inner Guidance, you may wonder, "But what about when I'm so frustrated that I feel like screaming at my child?"
First, understand that your Emotional Guidance is meant to guide your thoughts, not your actions directly. As your thinking comes into alignment with your Authentic Self, you'll be inspired to better actions. Negative emotions are cues to go within and get centered before you act.
Second, realize that when you're angry at your child, it's only because you've been culturally conditioned to believe that if you feel bad, someone must be to blame. And it feels better to blame someone else than to blame yourself.
The key to moving beyond blame is to allow the blameful thoughts, but take no action against the "blamee". Take only the "inner action" of reaching for better-feeling thoughts.
If you can't stop yourself, try deep breathing, taking a walk, or screaming into a pillow — anything to redirect the energy harmlessly.