Does meditation help to control your anger ?
April 2, 2010 5:21am CST
Its really difficult for some people to control their anger does meditating really help to control anger.Are there any other beneficial effects of meditation ?
2 Apr 10
If you ten to be confused and anxieoux most of the time , meditation wont get you that far , rather try to get yourself or covince your friend that has rage "problems" to get himself into a contact sport , that will help him release a lot of he's pressure .I used to be a verry impulsive young boy and until my eighteen years old i used to break a lot of furniture (and my own hand bones in the process lowl ) and at the age of nineteen my father decide that i am "too expensive" when i'm in rage so he put me into KickBoxing , and ever since i had never had a outrage on my furniture , we are best buds now lol. Cheers
2 Apr 10
For some people it works for some it just aint working. Maybe there are different ways to control anger with different personalities.But what matters is that you will try somehow if its effective to you, now if its not then try other means. But if it is effective then your pretty much lucky because theres a way for you to control your angel somehow ;)
2 Apr 10
ahhhh....so I think that the effects of meditation are truly endless with perhaps some are still unknown. Meditation relaxes, the body is resting, remove toxins and all the tensions, stregthens the immune system, all the emotions calm down,we can say goodbye to worries, anxietes, and fears. Moreover, it reduce much stress..which now is essential..
15 Jun 10
I must admit I should learn how to control my anger because its very difficult to relax every time I'm at my peak.I usually say things i don't mean and do things i should not be doing.Getting relax is really one of my difficulty.I really think i should be consulting a professional in handling anger management.
12 Nov 10
Some time ago I had incredible results with tai-chi and meditation. I'll do it again, just waiting an opportunity to re-start it seriously.I think it's worthwhile getting involved with Buddhist communities, you can learn a good deal. But some of them are better than others. Some Buddhists just hang out together as a social exercise, and aren't actually interested in doing the work.