Taking Care Of Anger

This video is from 1995, and the teachings are still viable today.

Ram Dass interviewed Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh about taking care of anger.

Thich Nhat Hanh suggests that we hold our anger in mindfulness like a mother holds a crying baby.

He teaches that we use mindfulness of breathing to embrace our anger.

This brings us back to the present moment so we can see the anger for what it is in the here and the now.

Anger can be dealt with using mindfulness.

If you know anyone who could benefit from learning to take care of their anger, please share this video with them.

Do you want to try Anger Control Guided Meditation? In it, you will learn how to generate the relaxation response within you to reduce stress and promote the functioning of your immune system. Then you will learn to embrace your anger.

Note: This video first appeared on Best Meditation Videos on August 16, 2012.

Guided Meditations

Anger Control Guided Meditation

Free Yourself from Causing Yourself and Your Loved Ones to Suffer Because of Your Anger

You Can Easily Learn How To

  • Breathe deeply into and out of your abdomen
  • bring your attention into your breath, body and feelings
  • create a relaxing scene for you to return to at will
  • scan your body to achieve a state of total relaxation
  • breathe into the anger and let it go
  • embrace your anger so that it stops harming yourself and and your loved ones

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