1. Learn more at: MindfulAnger.com, TheMindfulCoach.com


    “The anger you are unaware of can do the most damage to your HEALTH, and your RELATIONSHIPS with others”

    1- First we ACKNOWLEDGE, our hidden anger
    2- Second we fully ACCEPT our subconscious anger
    3- Third we gently RELEASE all of our unconscious anger

    Many of us have been taught not to express angry feelings. In our childhood, expressing anger may have been too dangerous; perhaps it was not tolerated, or it was ignored, dismissed – even ridiculed. Also we may have felt that we have to be a ‘NICE’ person or we will be rejected. Therefore, even as adults, we may have difficulty expressing anger, even when the appropriate expression of displeasure or anger is acceptable in current relationships.

    After years of stuffing or stifling our anger, we may not even acknowledge to ourselves that we are angry. However, being unaware of anger does not mean that you aren’t angry.

    The anger you are unaware of can do the most damage to your health, sense of well-being, and relationships with others. If your anger is not released wisely, it will probably be expressed in indirect or inappropriate ways.

    Checklist for Unconscious Anger:

    Clenching fist
    Frequent colds
    Migraine headaches
    High blood pressure
    Chronic muscle tension
    Tired more easily than usual
    Knot in your stomach; stomach ulcers
    Waking up tired, rather than refreshed
    Clenched jaws especially while sleeping
    Grinding teeth especially while sleeping
    Unintentional, habitual foot tapping, facial tics
    Chronically stiff or sore neck or shoulder muscles
    Difficulty getting to sleep or sleeping through the night

    Angry fantasies
    Habitual lateness
    Frequent sighing
    Frequent disturbing dreams
    Boredom, apathy, loss of interest
    Over-controlled or monotone voice
    Procrastination in regard to imposed tasks
    Sarcasm, cynicism, or flippancy in conversation
    Over-politeness, constant cheerfulness, “stiff upper lip”
    Increased irritability or intense anger over small things
    Chronic depression; feeling down for no particular reason
    Drowsy at inappropriate moments; sleeping much more than normal
    Addictions, self-destructive behavior, significant weight gain, compulsive or binge-eating

    If you have checked one or more of the above danger signals, you may have bottled up anger. Therapy with an experienced, trained professional can help you acquire new permissions to ACKNOWLEDGE, ACCEPT and RELEASE your anger in life-enhancing ways.

    Please visit:
    The MindfulCoach.com

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  2. Breathing Meditation: A Formal MBSR Practice (5 min)

    For more MBSR training, visit: MBSRTraining.com

    Mindful Inquires:

    Did I notice, the rhythm of my breath?
    Did I notice, the sensations of the in breath?
    Did I notice, the pause at the end of the in-breath?
    Did I just let go and rest on the out-breath? :-)

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  4. An overview of stress reduction training.

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