There is a dragon scrolled on this ancient font
situated on the dragon lay line
allow it to gobble your anger.
A Guide On How To Let Go Of Resentment And Relax Your Mind From Anger
It can potentially destroy you. Holding a grudge against someone is like drinking poison
that you have prepared for someone else. Your anger affects you and all the people around you.
So, it is important to take a step back and relax your mind from anger.
A number of studies show that holding a grudge against someone
can increase the risk of heart attack. It can also lead to headaches, insomnia, depression,
shallow breathing, fatigue, trembling, dizziness, chest pains, tense muscles, digestive problems
and even skin problems.
If you are angry, you will have a hard time making sound decisions.
Both anger explosions and anger repression will not help you get rid of the poison
that will slowly kill your character, your spirit and even your health.
How To Relax Your Mind From Anger
1. Do not take things personally
it has really nothing to do with you.
Take the case of Alyssa (our imaginary friend), a gifted computer programmer
who has repressed her anger for her mother.
Her mother has been unkind to her ever since she was young.
She was cruel and always criticized her.
For a while, Alyssa thought that there is something wrong with her.
who took all her disappointments and anger on her little daughter,
it became easier for Alyssa to let go of her anger and resentment.
This does not justify the act, of course, but it helps you forgive more easily.
2. Practice mindfulness meditation
and help you control your anger.
It is also one of the most common long-term anger management techniques
that many professionals recommend.
Sit in a quiet place where you will not be disturbed.
Close your eyes and start to take deep breaths.
Focus on your breath. Inhale from your nose and exhale from your mouth.
Silently say “inhale” as you inhale and silently say “exhale” as you exhale.
Repeat this process for five to ten minutes.
then gently acknowledge it then bring your focus back to your breath.
3. Mental imagery
Guided imagery helps you visualize an environment where you are relaxed and free of anger.
This exercise will help you relax your mind and it helps release your anger.
Anger is a part of being human.
you can proceed with the rest of your daily tasks and activities.
It feels good to relax. It is okay to be angry. In fact, it is okay to release your anger in a healthy way. When you manage your anger, it does not mean that you are holding anger in.
It just means that you are choosing to manage your behavioral responses when you are angry.
Take time to notice the physical sensation of anger. Where do you store your anger?
Do you store your anger in your jaws, neck, stomach or hands?
Now, we will begin to relax your muscles.
Then, relax and release. Do this with the rest of the body parts where you store your anger.
Once you are done, say these affirmations that will help you deal with anger:
I acknowledge my anger. I accept my anger.
I have the power to control my emotions and my reactions.
I can experience my anger, but I can wait before I take action.
You will now feel more alert and awake and yet, you will feel more relaxed, calm and peaceful.
It is best to do this at night before you go to sleep. This exercise will also help you sleep better.
that you have been holding in for days, months or even years.
Yoga is a holistic exercise that will help balance your mind and your body.
This holistic exercise will also help calm your mind and control your emotions.
Yoga is a physical exercise and many studies prove
that physical exercise can help relax your mind when you are angry.
However, it is also best to take time to breathe and then walk away.
When you walk away, it is easier for you to reassess your anger.
Remember that you would most likely regret the things that you say when you are angry.
6. Repeat a calming phrase or word
is to keep repeating a calming phrase or word.
You can try to repeat these words silently when you are angry:
7. Try cognitive restructuring
It is important to use logic to understand your anger. Even when your anger is justified,
it is easy to be irrational. To relax your mind from anger,
you have to remind yourself that the world is not against you.
You have to avoid feeling like a victim. This will keep you in perspective.
breath and think of something funny. You can also watch funny videos on YouTube.
It will instantly make you feel good. This does not mean that you are repressing your anger.
This is just one way of dealing with it in a healthy way.
9. Listen to music
Good music has the ability to calm the mind and the spirit.
Listening to slow music can help neutralize your emotions when you are extremely angry.
10. Redecorate or try gardening
It helps you deal with your anger and relax.
When you forgive them, it does not mean that you are condoning their actions.
It just means that you are no longer binding yourself to the pain that they have brought you.
It means that you will no longer become a prisoner of your anger
and you are already ready to move on.
12. Ask for help
A counselor or a psychologist can help you sort out deep-seated issues.
It is also one of the most effective ways to deal with the negative emotion constructively.
Of course, this is the last resort.
You can go to a psychologist only if the other techniques did not work for you.
You have to realize that your anger has the power to destroy you,
so it is important to control your anger before it controls you.
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