Category: anger

If you disagree with someone, make a conscious effort to step into their shoes and see the situation from their point of view. Even if you continue to disagree, you will gain some understanding.

Gyalwang Drukpa

A very good practice for preventing anger in the first place is to become masterful at listening.

Gyalwang Drukpa

Think of how unsettled you tend to feel after an angry outburst.

All negative thoughts and feelings of anger, jealousy, violence, guilt, abuse and the like, produce dark, heavy, low frequency vibrations. The vibrations of love, compassion, joy, forgiveness and the like, transmutes low energy and raises it to a high frequency vibration and energy.

Reconciling with someone we are angry with, using loving speech, is healing for both parties, we feel lighter and at peace.

Thich Nhat Hanh

Most people find anger addictive because it makes their egos feel righteous, justified or victimised. Pointing the finger at another is much easier than examining your own shadows.

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