Anger and Mindfulness

“Breathing in, I know that Anger is in me”

“Breathing out, I know that I am my anger”

By Mindfully observing our anger, we are more aware of its roots. We are not to control or judge the anger. only we are to look after the anger, as a sister would to a younger sibling.

When we show anger, we are showing our self. To suppress the anger is to suppress the self.

“Breathing in,  I know that I am angry”

“Breathing out,I know that I must put all my energy into caring for my anger”

In time the anger will lessen.

If you want to learn how to carry out these breathing exercises to cope with feelings of anger you may experience, book an appointment with me soon.

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