TURN ANGER TO PEACE
Some people have greatly reduced their anger levels with a mantra such as. "From now on, I choose to respond to negativity with tranquility." Say it over and over and over to yourself throughout the day -- ideally, hundreds of times a day. Then when you encounter an anger-inducing situation, the programming will click in.
Running is a Tibetan cure for anger. If you're in an office, rush up and down the stairs. If you're at home, run around the house or around the block. Exertion requires more oxygen. When your breathing changes, your thought patterns also change.
If you can't run, do some deep breathing. Take a deep breath and hold it as long as you comfortably can, then let it out slowly through slightly parted teeth (this allows you to retain the moisture in your mouth), and when the breath is all the way out, contract your stomach muscles and push it further out and further out. Repeat. A few minutes of breathing is extremely relaxing and will defeat anger.
Learn to control your anger or it will control you. DICK SUTPHEN
SPIRIT: THE HEART KNOWS
Explore the way your heart feels and talks to you. The somatic (feeling)path is the soul path. Thinking is the ego path. It is feeling that tunes you into your heart and what and who you love. Your heart becomes a somatic indicator to direct your choices in life. It is not about pain or pleasure. With practice you become your own compass. What do you feel when you think about a person you don't like or one you do like. How does each feel in your heart. When you get repeated reactions you understand, try it on new situations. Some folks automatically get somatic bodily reactions like hot, cold, tingles, etc. allowing them to instantly know their personal truth about a situation.