Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Are you a grumpy chicken by disposition? Or does it take very little for you to fly into a rage? Here's something for you.

Anger is an energy which is your greatest enemy debilitating your health and producing negativity. To Anger is human, we all have a temper, and feel anger. Anger is hard to release. You have to cut the invisible black cord that connects you to the person you’re angry with. Anger begets more anger. All repressed emotion including anger explodes into a rage, either inward or outward. Here are a few tips on how you can get those heavy, burning feelings off your chest:
1. Write them down on a piece of paper, and then tear that paper into tiny pieces and throw them away or burn them.
2. Take responsibility for your anger. This allows you to connect with your anger and begin transforming it into a positive experience.
3. Give yourself permission to rant with a therapist or friend which heals  by diffusing negative energy.
4. Slow deep breathing works for anger. Breathe slowly and deeply. This resets our emotions into a calm pattern and clears our minds.
5. Use reason to stop anger. Anger serves no purpose.
6. When we smile we defuse many negative situations. By smiling we offer goodwill to others and this defuses the situation.
7. If we persistently ignore our anger, eventually we will be successful.
8. Smiling at your enemy or the problem makes half the power disappear at once.
9. Forgive whoever angered you let him go. Understand that in forgiveness, you are allowing yourself to be happy and move on.
10. Meditation, Tai chi and yoga helps.
11. Work off anger at the gym or with a punching bag.
12. Bach flower remedy Holly is the remedy for anger.
13. The essential oils that help fight anger are ylang-ylang, lavender, marjoram, frankincense, rose, chamomile and sandalwood.
14. The Gyan mudra helps keep anger at bay until you can deal with the underlying cause.
15. Sitali Pranayama curbs anger. This is how you do it Roll your tongue like a straw, draw air in through the protruding tongue and exhale through the nose. If possible (not a must) swallow after each inhalation for a better cooling effect.
You can do the exercise whenever you need to rid yourself of anger.


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