Anger is an intense emotion. Among other bodily sensations, it can make you feel sick to your stomach, or it can make you feel a lump in your throat. And it can be hard to know how to properly resolve it.
When you feel angry, something happens in the nervous system, in the blood, and therefore, in the whole body.
Anger is a sign that you’re feeling some sort of personal dissatisfaction, something unresolved that might even originate from childhood.
If you observe your anger, it will show you what you need to work on so you can become stronger, accept failure, respect the way other people are.
It’s important to know how to properly manage and face your anger. Transforming your anger into learning means healing yourself from deep inside.
You’ll be learning every day if you dedicate enough time to observing and recognizing your emotions. It’s important to learn how to manage them and discover their origins so they don’t cause you harm or discomfort.