Articles - ANGER KILLS KIN AN
ANGER KILLS KIN AN KITH
ANGER SHOOTS UP MENTAL FREQUENCY
Let us consider one of the six temperaments anger. You cannot exempt
even a single man as being free of anger. Even other
creatures get angry. You witness the anger of an ant if you deter it
from carrying a piece of rice. It bites you in a fit of anger.
Likewise, all creatures possess anger as a hereditary trait.
When we get angry our mental frequency shoots up to 25-30 cycles per
second. Because, of this raise, our life force is wasted. In
its effort to replenish, the functioning state of Almighty causes an
increase in the" spinning speed of life force particles. Because,
then, additional bio-magnetic force would be produced.
Increase in the spin causes increase in the distance between two
in turn, causes one's astral body to expand beyond his physical
body. All the life-force particles expanded beyond the periphery of
the body are lost forever. Since they do not return to the physical
body, one feels very tired and weak after getting angry.
the life-force particles increase in spinning speed, they move away
from the earth by centrifugal action and leave the body. Maximum
deportation occurs via the head, and so, they abnormally affect the
brain. This impedes the normal functioning of the brain. So the
angry person is unable to think clearly; he blabbers and acts
violently without control.
from this, the blood pressure of the person shoots up during anger.
All the nerves and muscles in the heart throb violently and rapidly
and this causes damage if done repeatedly. All these changes can be
observed in an angry person. But we cannot point them out to him and
ask him to observe himself Because, he is in a restless state, which
hinders self observation.
Tamil poet, Thiruvalluvar, says that anger kills the man with whom
it associates. Not only that, he says, it also annihilates
friendship and repels acquaintances. Mostly, if you analyze as to
with whom you quite often get angry, you will find that it is only
with the nearest and dearest, often the one who works day and night
for your comfort out of love and a sense of duty. Is it not unfair
and ungrateful in the extreme to get angry with such a person? If
you are habituated to getting angry, your kith and kin would
gradually avoid you.
ANGER, MOTHER OF ALL SINS
Thus it is said in another Tamil Poem: 'anger is the
father and mother of all sins; anger makes one's life unsuccessful
in every way; anger keeps no company; anger isolates one from all'.
Meditation centres, training is given to neutralize the unwanted
anger. Taking the training courses alone won't do any good;
You must practice them.
out, on a sheet of paper, the names of the persons with whom you
often get angry. Serialize the name in order of frequency with whom
you get angry.
taught this practice to members of various countries, inclusive of
many researchers. During the practice sessions, I used to enquire as
to whose name was at the top of the list. Invariably the answer
would be 'my wife' or 'my husband'. The
husband-wife relationship is divine; no other can equal it in
its depth and intensity, because only in this relationship the union
of souls occurs.
anger rows and conflicts mar such a special relationship? Is it not
such a relationship to be nurtured and safeguarded by whatever means
possible? You have to think of all the comforts and pleasures you
enjoy by this conjugal-relationship. Ask yourself, "Should I hurt
the feelings of such a loving soul?"
pledge not to inflict agony by your anger to the body or mind.
Practice this with the first person on your list for about ten
minutes daily for one week, ideally just after meditation practice.
You would remember the pledge whenever you see the person, practice
the same way with the second and then with each in turn. Only
practice with awareness brings success. Reading, hearing or
intermittently thinking about it won't suffice. Suggestions from
lectures do not change one's life unless one wants to practice. Just
reading and hearing about such methods do not bring any results.
Only the concrete practice by writing, analyzing, pledging and
efforts in awareness beget success in neutralization of anger.