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Quench your anger and fill your heart with peace.
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Anger
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Anger is a complex emotion that can be both destructive, but can also be transformative. Understanding and using the power of anger can be a transformative journey toward emotional growth and self-awareness. When we feel angry, it’s important to acknowledge and validate what we’re feeling. Suppressing or denying anger can lead to an explosive release. So instead, we create a space for anger and allow ourselves to feel it without being consumed by it. Allowing yourself to grow and learn from this powerful emotion.

In this exercise, learn to take a deep breath and go on a journey of self-discovery and understanding. Focus on your breath and feel the tension leaving your body. As the tension eases, turn your attention inward and explore the triggers of your anger. You can gain insights about yourself and your responses by acknowledging the root causes of your anger. Also, take a look at the consequences of your anger and its impact on yourself and others. Use this opportunity for growth and learning. Ask guidance from God or Higher Power on how to navigate your anger in a more constructive and compassionate way.

Keep in mind that anger is not always bad. It is a strong feeling that has the ability to reveal to us our values and boundaries. We can use anger as a force for positive change by accepting it as a teacher and developing a self-reflection practice. May you thereby gain knowledge, serenity, and a better awareness of who you are and your place in the world as you navigate the complexity of anger.


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If you are feeling angry, that's okay. Let's start by taking a deep breath and slowly letting it out. Now take a deeper, slower breath in the nose and out the mouth. And now one even slower breath in and out. Though anger can be debilitating, it can also teach you. Let's learn from our anger while we relax. Continue breathing at a slower pace as you allow your tense muscles to unwind. Start with your feet releasing the tension in your toes. Then move up relaxing the muscles in your lower legs and upper legs. Elongate your back, stomach, and neck as your shoulders release and drop. Soften the muscles in your face and eyes. Sway your head gently a few times side to side as you ask yourself this first question. What triggered my anger, and what emotions did I feel because of that trigger? How did that anger make my body feel? And how open did my spirit feel? What thoughts went through my mind when I was angry? Did I react in any way? What did I do? As you answer this next question, open your inner dialogue up to God. What was the result of my anger? Now, as you continue to review your answers, ask God to help you learn from this event, to give you wisdom and peace.

Watching Now
Anger
Anger
Skylight • 04:44

Anger is a complex emotion that can be both destructive, but can also be transformative. Understanding and using the power of anger can be a transformative journey toward emotional growth and self-awareness. When we feel angry, it’s important to acknowledge and validate what we’re feeling. Suppressing or denying anger can lead to an explosive release. So instead, we create a space for anger and allow ourselves to feel it without being consumed by it. Allowing yourself to grow and learn from this powerful emotion.

In this exercise, learn to take a deep breath and go on a journey of self-discovery and understanding. Focus on your breath and feel the tension leaving your body. As the tension eases, turn your attention inward and explore the triggers of your anger. You can gain insights about yourself and your responses by acknowledging the root causes of your anger. Also, take a look at the consequences of your anger and its impact on yourself and others. Use this opportunity for growth and learning. Ask guidance from God or Higher Power on how to navigate your anger in a more constructive and compassionate way.

Keep in mind that anger is not always bad. It is a strong feeling that has the ability to reveal to us our values and boundaries. We can use anger as a force for positive change by accepting it as a teacher and developing a self-reflection practice. May you thereby gain knowledge, serenity, and a better awareness of who you are and your place in the world as you navigate the complexity of anger.


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If you are feeling angry, that's okay. Let's start by taking a deep breath and slowly letting it out. Now take a deeper, slower breath in the nose and out the mouth. And now one even slower breath in and out. Though anger can be debilitating, it can also teach you. Let's learn from our anger while we relax. Continue breathing at a slower pace as you allow your tense muscles to unwind. Start with your feet releasing the tension in your toes. Then move up relaxing the muscles in your lower legs and upper legs. Elongate your back, stomach, and neck as your shoulders release and drop. Soften the muscles in your face and eyes. Sway your head gently a few times side to side as you ask yourself this first question. What triggered my anger, and what emotions did I feel because of that trigger? How did that anger make my body feel? And how open did my spirit feel? What thoughts went through my mind when I was angry? Did I react in any way? What did I do? As you answer this next question, open your inner dialogue up to God. What was the result of my anger? Now, as you continue to review your answers, ask God to help you learn from this event, to give you wisdom and peace.


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