Are you ready to take a deeper look at the emotion of anger? Anger is often perceived as a scary or unsafe emotion to have and exhibit as a human being.
In today's episode, Rosie and Tessa share how we can embrace the emotion of anger, in a safe way. Here, we talk about our personal journeys with this highly charged emotion. We also share some wisdom about how to harness anger as a tool that can be managed to protect oneself and create deeper connections. Wade further enlightens us on how we can immerse yoga with the human experience. This episode is a call to remember that we are all a part of the greater good and understand that all emotions are allowed. The call to action isn’t to stifle your emotions, but rather to pause and consider a helpful and healthy response in the face of your emotions.
If you want to find helpful ways to understand and befriend your anger, then this episode is for you!
[03:16] “You will not be punished for your anger. You will be punished by your anger.” - Buddha, read by Rosie Acosta
[10:21] “First, before we talk about anger specifically, I want to share the idea that emotions are tools we can use to increase safety.” - Tim Westfeldt, read by Tessa Tovar
[11:05] “When we aren’t able to manage our anger tool, then it can become destructive, hurtful, and prevent connection. Anger that’s well mastered is controlled, generative, and inviting because it creates safety for us and the people around us.” - Tim Westfeldt, read by Tessa Tovar
[14:22] “Emotions are like rolling waves. You have to let them run their course and have the experience.” - Rosie Acosta
[21:10] “We can actually harness anger, and we can look at it, and treat it like a friend as opposed to treating it like something that is bad, or something that we want to push down, or we want to let go of. It’s an emotion we have, it's natural.” - Rosie Acosta
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