We all experience it, some more often than we like to admit. But what really is anger and what does it do to us? Anger is described as an intense feeling in response to feeling frustrated, hurt, disappointed, or threatened. Experiencing anger varies from person to person and not everyone handles anger the same way.
Anger contains both advantages and disadvantages. Experiencing anger can cause the average blood pressure of 120/80 to jump to 220/130 or higher, causing a possible heart attack or stroke. On the other hand, experiencing anger is not a bad thing - it is one of the most primitive defense mechanisms we have. It helps motivate us and protects us from being mistreated or taken advantage of. Guruji gives us a totally a new dimension to ‘Anger’;