Anger management or complete freedom from anger is only possible, when you realize your true self and become observer of it.
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There are times when we all get angry upon someone for some reason. Most people think that getting angry is necessary so as to improve the worsening situation or other person. However, if you simply recall all the instances where you have got angry, you will realize that such a purpose of getting angry is hardly met. In reality, with anger, you lose your inner peace and that the other person or present situation hardly tends to improve. On the contrary, your relationship with other person gets spoilt, and that she or he decides firmly to take revenge. Last but not the least; you end up spoiling your own mind and health, don’t you? If not, then the chronic diseases such as heart attack and high blood pressure would not be on rise, these days.
Even though these dire consequences are known, they are forgotten at the time when the spurt of anger erupts within you. Why does this happen? How to deal with anger to save relationships? How to control anger so that relationships are not lost? These are some questions that you might be rightly looking for, right?
Param Pujya Dadashri, the world’s greatest spiritual scientist, has given simple and easy-to-apply answers to these questions. He has revealed the unknown causes and effortless ways for controlling anger and get rid of it to solve your relationship problems.
And yes, do attend Gnan Vidhi (The Self Realization Ceremony) to deal with anger in any kind of situation and at any time without going through any anger management course. It will surely help you to become truly free of anger.
How should one control anger? This is a very common question that bothers everyone! Pujya Niruma suggests that we should analyse and introspect the situations in which we get angry. A very common reason of becoming angry is that things do not go our way like when our wishes don’t get fulfilled and people don't do what we expect, then we get angry. But if we think about it there are many times that we are not in control ourselves so then how can we expect other people to be under our control?