Below are the best articles we could find on Honoring Emotion and anger management.
Releasing anger and frustration can actually help you regain control over a hectic day or win back productivity after feeling frazzled. But you have to do it with awareness.
Domestic violence survivor and yoga teacher Liz Arch shares a sequence for releasing anger by truly feeling it first.
Could there possibly be benefits to anger? According to psychologist and New York Times bestselling author Rick Hanson, Ph.D., you can certainly use anger as a force for good.
Not long ago, I had a session with an energy healer. Actually, my dog Apollo and I both did.
Anger can be empowering, if you know what’s emotionally healthy and what’s not.
We’ve all at some time in our lives felt anger ignite within us with a fiery intensity. This feeling surges through our veins in an intoxicating way, yet we also know that it can get us into a lot of trouble.
Flares and flashes. Outbursts and eruptions. The words used to describe anger tend to be volcanic. And science may explain why.
Learn how emotions can be transmuted to a higher plane—not unlike the process of turning metal into gold—to become powerful and transformative forces in your life.
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