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i need guidance regarding keeping oneself calm while fighting for justice.
i see in everyday life how people incline towards wrong doings ,though of small magnitute it is a wrong after all.i eagerly try to prevent this but my concern is that i lose my control over myself when i try to make people understand about this. i seriously need to overcome my unstability. seeking for help as to how to control one self and avoid anger take the toll in such situations .
Hare Krsna Archana,
please read Bhagavadgita. Source of anger is lust and should be overcome (2.56, 62, 63, 3.37, 5.23, 26-27, 7.14, 16.1-4, 11-12, 18, 21, 51-53).
BG 3.5, 27, 29, 33, 5.14, 13.30, 32, 14.19, 18.60 tells that jiva is not an actor, gunas are. By first intellectually understanding and then realizing it, one's anger will disappear.
Through genuine spiritual practice, developing sattva guna, our anger gradually diminishes. One should also focus on things one can influence and not allow to be disturbed by others. Someone wrote me:
"After about two months being a vegetarian, I feel a very significant changes in my life and personality. First, I feel very light, as light as feather. I am also able to control my anger and desire better. Second, I become a patient person. When I was not a veg, I was easily felt bothered by things around me, but since I change my food, I am ready to receive anything."
Rigveda 10.83-84 contains Manyu sukta. Manyu, personified anger, is Nrsimhadeva.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manyu_sukta (See it full at Wikisource linked from there.) Imho, worship of Nrsimhadeva and praying to Him for anger removal will help.
thank you so very much Jan.
all i am into practice currently is, to be conscious about anger the moment i feel its presence.so that i can act upon its control.and its working pretty good.i feel much better now.
thank you once again.
please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org and we can discuss it in more detail
i can give you some more ideas and tools
ys akrura dasa
thank you for your kindness,akrura.
i am working towards it in a way and its working good for me.
thank you once again.
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thank you, akrura.
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