RAJYOGI BRAHMAKUMAR NIKUNJ JI
EMOTIONALLY ANGRY- PART- 2
Om Shanti. Some of the most common causes of anger include hurt or indignation, frustration or irritation, harassment or persecution, disappointment or regret, a
nd perceived threats. But the source of all of these feelings is based upon unfulfilled expectations, and if you can let go of your expectations, you will be able to let go of your anger.
There are basically two ways of experiencing anger. You can feel angry with yourself or you can have anger that is directed at someone else or some object.
Managing Anger is about dealing with your anger at a comfortable pace, in a way that helps to resolve the situation, and that doesnalt39t create worse problems. The human thought process is incredibly fast, so it is possible to think through the following stages in a matter of seconds. So before you speak or do anything else – œ Recognise and admit your feelings of anger to yourself.
œ Identify the target and cause of your anger.
œ Consider multiple options for a situation, with their possible results.
œ Choose the best option and do it.
Meditation can be of great help for people coping with anger. Meditation can provide us with not only more time but also better use of time by allowing us to clear our minds and focus on what is most important in our lives.
The key to improving our lives is to change our mindset. Meditation provides a way to train the mind and allow it to settle into a state of calmness and clarity.
Numerous scientific researchers have indicated that regular practice of meditation can result in significant changes in the way we conduct our lives.
Scientific studies reveal that the human brain is not as hardwired as scientists had previously assumed; we actually have much more control over our emotions and thoughts than scientific studies of the past believed. Thus the practice of meditation allows us to turn inward to stillness and silence instead of being pushed and pulled in all directions by our reactions.. Om Shanti.
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