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  1. Cliff

    Yes this is a very important message. Those who have control over their emotions are very empowered individuals. The best part about it is anyone can get there with proper practice. I have never heard of the mind twist method, but I am sure if people with anger issues practiced it, that it would benefit them.

    • Dave

      You are right Cliff, 

      Anyone who has mastered his emotions completely is a real hero, and this is what we should all strive for so that we live in peace and harmony.

      Have a nice day. 🙂

  2. Gnekoda

    Hi Dave,

    Anger usually brings the negative effects back. For some hot-temper people, it’s very hard for them to control the anger. When the anger hits, their body moves the actions before the brain sends the stimulation signals to reserve.

    My subjective, the mind twist practice is a very good method for prevention, somewhere in the early stage before the sparking ignition point. It’s also good for long-term.

    Do you have any suggestion for short-term calm down or more specifically at the moment the anger is taking the actions? For example, when you see an angry person, what would you do and say to help the person calm down?

    Thank you in advance.

    • Dave

      Hallo there, 

      I would say that the mind twist practice helps greatly with training your mind to always be at peace and give you mastery of your emotions so that when you get into angering situations you are well able to handle yourself with respect and also able to calm the other person down.

      That is why it is recommended that you do it oftenly. The practice is able to change the mind when done for a long time.

      When it comes to quick hacks that can help you retain your peace and calmness or get someone who is angry to come down, I would say you use these 2 very powerful tips. They are simple but they carry a lot of power behind them.

      TIP 1 – Don’t talk in angry situations. This will calm you down as well as other one you are conflicting with.

      TIP 2 – Don’t give too much thought to any provocative words being said to you or given to you by anyone. They are enemies of peace.

      Hope this helps.

      Have a great day.

  3. Parmi

    I love this article! I think it is extremely important to be aware of this knowledge, especially for those that get stressed or angry quickly. Thankfully, I usually don’t get frustrated quickly, but I never fully understood the reason behind why some people do. Understanding this concept helps me to understand others so that I could also help them get over their anger issues.

    • Dave

      Hallo there Parmi, 

      It is very wise of you to want to understand people as this is the first step to living peacefully with them. Helping them overcome it as well is also very important as it will save them from the hectic way of living they currently have and you will get to spend more time happy while together. 

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Cheers.

  4. Kris

    Great article, anger is an amazing thing that humans have and overcoming it can be hard for some people. A lot of it seems to stem from your upbringing I think, and whether or not you realize you have an issue and you can do something to overcome the problems in your life.
    I had to overcome some anger issues when I was younger by improving my brain power as you have suggested.
    I really think the mind twist method is really good and a must practice if you have anger issues.

    • Dave

      Thanks a lot for stopping by and for your contribution Kris.

      I do agree with you. Some anger issues come from the upbringing one got. There are also other temper issues that are inherited while others are influenced by the company you involve yourself with. 

      And overcoming this starts with first admitting you have a problem.

      Without acknowledging you have a weakness you cannot move forward. After this, the mind should come in handy with learning to control it.

      It is pretty much all you have said. 🙂

      Cheers mate.

  5. Amey

    your topic is very necessary to discuss and i am glad that you are doing it. your suggestions for anger management are good , you could add some more topic to make it even better like
    developing a hobby the 4-7-8 breathing exercise, and you can suggest some meditation apps also if one finds it difficult to practice meditation by their own.

    • Dave

      Hey Amey,

      Thanks for the additional recommendations.

      They are definitely worth looking into. I would like you to explain more on the 4-7-8 breathing exercise for us.

      I have also been looking into great meditation apps and I should be posting a list of good meditation apps soon.

      Anyways, thanks a lot for the contribution and I hope to hear from you very soon.

      Cheers mate. 🙂

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