We often strive for control over our anger, but when it arises, we seem powerless. Emotions can be much stronger than our thoughts and promises.
Anger is a distortion of our true nature. It prevents our true self from shining forth and makes us lose our centeredness. Anger is a sign of weakness.
Anger often arises from our inability to accept the present and from our fixation on the past. Anger also comes from seeking too much perfection.
The root of anger lies in the lack of total understanding of what's happening within us. Being unaware of our anger hurts us more than the expression of anger itself.
Spiritual practices, breathing techniques, and meditation can help us maintain our centeredness and calm our minds, reducing the impact of small events on our emotional state.
We often give our anger freely and our smile rarely. With knowledge, we understand that a smile should be free like sunshine and air, while anger should be as expensive as a diamond.
By understanding and managing our anger, we can transform it into tranquility, leading to a more peaceful and fulfilling life.