Discover 4 tips against anger

East September 21st the celebration is celebrated International Day of Peace . The General Assembly of the United Nations has declared it as a day dedicated to strengthening the ideals of the peace , both in the bosom of all peoples and nations and among them.

In this way, a common date is offered to all the nations of the world to organize events and undertake activities that highlight the importance of peace and the democracy in a useful and realistic way, and for this the community in general is invited to wear a white garment.

In order to achieve this, it is very important to first reach our inner peace , clarify our mind and free it from what we bothers , threat Y pity , and avoid situations of anger or anger , which is not the result of a situation or external person, but of our own mind .

Is in she where we have to work because there all the emotions That in torment or us please , the place where our positive reactions Y negative , but also where we can give direction to our thoughts Y emotions .

According Alan Murillo , instructor Tibet House , the anger , like other harmful emotions that make us suffer, is the consequence of the bad mental habits .

The patience It is one of the many methods that he buddhism propose to work and transform our mind ; It is a process that takes us a long time, but which will help us not to react instinctively under a difficult or disturbing situation.

According to information published in The morning , exist four Buddhist techniques simple to apply to transform our emotions Affective

To carry out these steps it is necessary to prepare ourselves beforehand, to settle our mind Y body , and be more clear and calm.

1. Embrace our anger:

The Vietnamese Buddhist teacher, Thich Nhat Hanh , proposes that the first thing we must do to get angry is to recognize it; know that we are angry, upset or irritated.

Embrace our anger or frustration It is the first step to transform it. To achieve this, take the time you need; Do it while you are sitting or go for a walk for a few minutes, giving it your full attention.

2. Deactivate our triggers:

The second step is to realize that, if we look at our mind more often, what triggers it is our own tendencies or habits, our sensitive fibers. In this way, what we usually attribute as the main cause of our anger , it can be seen more deeply as something secondary, a factor that is not essential, although it contributes to it.

With your calm mind, remember some event of anger . Look in retrospect at the situation and ask yourself: if there was not a tendency in me to get angry, how could I do it?

The first thing you should do is think about how deactivate those sensitive fibers in you.

3. The mind is the source of happiness and pain:

Remember a disturbing situation in your life. Observe, without judging, what you were thinking and feeling.

  • Examine how your acts and attitudes were what created the perception and experience you had.
  • Examine how your attitude affected what you said and did. Was your attitude realistic?
  • Were you appreciating all aspects of the situation or did you only see things through the eyes of "me, me and mine?
  • Think about how else you might have perceived the situation and how the new perspective would have changed your experience.
  • Take a few moments to rest your mind .
  • Determine to be attentive and analyze the way in which you interpret the things that happen to you. It generates the intention to see things from a broader perspective.

4. Transforming the criticism:

Examine if what someone else says about you is true or false. The important thing is the content, not the way it says it.

  • If what you say is true: Keep in mind that your purpose is to improve your life. That person, with your criticism, is pointing out some mistake, therefore, it is kind to help you see clearly your faults.
  • If what he said is true, why are you angry?
  • If what you say is not true, why do you get angry at what is a wrong perception of the other?
  • If we train our mind Y brain to perceive and react differently, it is possible to reduce our destructive emotions .

And you, do you get angry easily?


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