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Isnin, 10 Disember 2012

10 Practical Ways of Overcoming Anger Sense

10 Practical Ways of Overcoming Anger Sense
Here are some practical suggestions to overcome anger.
1. When you are angry do not say anything.
If we speak in anger we will definitely aggravate the situation and are likely to hurt other people's feelings. If we speak in anger, we may find that people will respond with anger as well, creating a circle of anger. But if we can keep to remain silent, it will give time for the emotions of anger leave us.."When angry, count ten before you speak. If you are very angry, count to one hundred. '- Thomas Jefferson -
2. Ignore the people who are trying to make us angry.
Unfortunately, some people may have malicious intent by trying to make you angry and take pleasure from you. But if we can ignore their words and not respond in any way provoke them, they will lose interest and not bother us in the future.
3. Use reason to stop anger.
When we get angry, say to yourself "this anger will not help me in any way. Anger will make the situation worse. "Even if some of us are angry, our inner voice will help us to keep away from the emotion of anger
4. Be nice to others.
Another visualization suggested by a spiritual teacher is seen as an outrage agent 5-year-old boy. If you think about the other person as a child of 5 years old and the helpless, compassion and forgiveness you will appear. If your little sister accidentally stabbed you, you will not feel the anger and desire for revenge. Instead you will only feel she is too young and need to know things better. This exercise may be particularly useful for close family members sometimes cause your anger.
5. The value of peace is much higher than anger.
If we appreciate the peace of mind as our most important assets, we certainly will not let anger remain in our system. As Sri Chinmoy once said:
"You may have a right to be angry with someone, but you know with whom you angry will only lose you valuable peace of mind .."
6. Always try to understand those who are angry at you.
Do not worry if you have feelings for them defend themselves from criticism. If you can stay calm, they may begin to feel guilty about their anger on you. Inspired by the example of your composure, they will wake up and try to do the same.
7. Focus on something completely different.
Suppose someone has done something that makes you angry. Think about something that will make you happy. Is the best antidote to the negative focus on the positive.
8. Inhale deeply.
The simple act by drawing a deep breath will help you in eliminating anger.
9. Meditation.
Practicing meditation regularly to bring you inner peace forward. If we can have access to inner peace, then we will be able to use it during the test.
10. Smiling.
When we smile we defuse many negative situations. Smiling is a way of offer goodwill to others. Smiling does not cost anything, other than can effectively defuse tense situations.