How to control ANGER
The Buddha once said,

"You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger,"

So if you want to let go of your anger, read THIS:

Anger, like a raging fire, consumes us from within.

It leaves us physically and emotionally drained, unable to think clearly or function normally.

It's a vicious cycle – the more we hold onto it, the more it hurts us.

Here are some tips to help you let go of anger:
I. Challenge Your Perceptions:

1. Look at your rulebook: Are your expectations realistic?

2. Recognize jealousy: Could the person's actions stem from insecurity?

3. Shift your perspective: Can you find a different meaning in the situation?

II. Create a Calming Environment:

4. Aromatherapy: Use calming scents like lavender.

5. Self-recorded messages: Wake up to a soothing reminder.

6. Bath bombs: Relax and watch your anger fizz away.

7. Create a peaceful bedroom: Surround yourself with calming visuals.

8. Prioritize sleep: Rest is essential for emotional balance.

III. Take Control of Your Reactions:

9. Quiet your anger: Choose silence over impulsive words.

10. Visualize: See your anger as a drop in a calm ocean.

11. Turn off the switch: Imagine cooling down your anger like a kettle.

12. Understand the impact: Remember, anger hurts you most.

13. Choose wise words: Avoid inflammatory language.

14. Wear calming colors: Surround yourself with soothing hues.

15. Repeat a happy mantra: Counter negative thoughts with positive affirmations.

IV. Express & Release:

16. Blow up balloons: Literally pop your anger.

17. Shred your anger: Destroy physical representations of your hurt.

18. Record your anger: Listen to it with compassion.

19. Choose a healthy outlet: Exercise or express yourself creatively.

20. Talk to a friend: Share your feelings in a safe space.

21. Personify your anger: Imagine and push away a negative figure.

V. Forgive & Move On:

22. Remember the quote: "He who angers you, conquers you." Don't let anger win.

23. Be honest: What purpose does holding onto anger serve?

24. Plant positive thoughts: Replace anger with compassion and forgiveness.

25. Plant a garden of compassion: Show forgiveness through physical acts.

26. Weed out your anger: Continuously remove negativity from your thoughts.

27. Seek help: Consider professional guidance if needed.

28. Laugh at your anger: Release tension with humor and perspective.

Remember, letting go of anger is a journey, not a destination.

Be patient with yourself, celebrate your progress, and choose peace over anger every day.

© Robin Sir (Math Specialist)