Dangerous people or situations that threaten us or our wishes makes us angry. Anger makes us sharp, awake and powerful so we can protect ourselves.
Anger arises spontaneously in given situations, and after dealing with the situation, it vanishes again.
Anger is not always a liberating outburst, however. Sometimes we get stuck in it. We repeat angry thoughts. We feel helpless. We don’t know what to say. We feel guilty. We get stuck in hate. And worst of all, we become unable to stop the situation or person that attacks us.
You can learn what you usually do to twist the power of anger. You will recognize different attitudes, ways of thinking and moods that repeat when you become angry. You will learn how you can let them go. And you will see the surprising outcome of using anger naturally.