Yes indeed, there may be things to be angry about. At times the world seems chaotic and full of uncertainty and misinformation. Anger is experienced when our importance, worth, or intrinsic value as a human being is invalidated. It is perhaps the single most projected emotion.
Attempting to resist and/or suppress the anger only makes it worse. It is necessary to process the anger in order not to be victimized by it. The risk though is that when we ruminate in anger, it becomes toxic and poses a threat to our health, well-being, and performance.
The Silva Method teaches tools to help us process anger and direct it in a meaningful way. You can use techniques such as Mirror of the Mind, the 3 Fingers technique and the Laboratory tool. The first step, however, is to understand the anger.
We will in this video explore and discover the 5 Types of Anger and what you can do to prevent a toxic buildup.
The 5 Different Types of Anger
- Helpless Anger
- Justified/Good Anger
Disclaimer: This blog post is for your information and education and is NOT intended to be a substitute for Psychological help when needed. Do seek professional help, if you feel overwhelmed by anger.