5 Ways Buddhists Deal With Anger

By practicing the cultivation of goodwill in this way you strengthen your reserves of goodness and begin the all-important work of altering your worldview, moving it into accordance with a deeper truth, one that reminds you of the latent similarities at the core of all human experience– that all beings desire joy and freedom from suffering — and this will help to clear your vision and your mind, making it less likely that anger will arise in the first place, and enabling your detachment from it when it does.


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Originally appeared on Wisdom Pills
Written by Matthew Gindin

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