CONTROLLING OF ANGER BY SELF

Is anger really our natural nature ? Even an ill-tempered person can’t say in that aggravated state for 24 hours and longs to return to normalcy. This tells us that anger is not our natural state but an acquired trait.

In any large public gathering try asking for those who never lose there temper, and there is a slim chance to finding anyone.Anger is used commonly as a tool to assert one’s point of view, express disagreement or to set others life. In our target- center culture, it is considered as natural and necessary in life.At homes and work places, people no longer waste there time in requesting something because they find anger an effective means to push others out of lethargy and of getting their work done. The feeling of being in control of traps and angry person in the habit.

Science too has conformed that negative thought patterns create an aggravated mental state that is behind cardiovascular disorders and other life-threatening diseases.When you choose to e calm, despite the provocative atmosphere outside, you protect yourself from wrong karma, preserve your health and strengthen your partnership with yourself and others.

To control anger, consciously ring more kindness, mercy, compassion and forgiveness into your life. Making room for silence and positive self- talk in your daily routine will enhance your tolerance level and prolong, your personal experience of love and peace. Make meditation your priority first.When your tune your mind to God-the ocean of love-and draw that spiritual moisture within, it will fill you enough.Then, circumstances will not be able to set you off.

NO ONE CAN SET AN OCEAN ON FIRE. BETWEEN THE TWO HATER AND HEATED, IT IS ALWAYS THE HATER WHO GETS HURT MORE.

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