FORGIVENESS LEADS TO ANGER MANAGEMENT FOR HEALTHY LIVING

PRESENTED BY:ANSHUL GOYAL BHARAT BIHANI KUNAL KAPOOR PRAKHAR BAJPAI RACHIT GROVERyour name

TO ERR IS TO HUMAN ««.. ««TO FORGIVE IS TO DIVINE !!!

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your name . ‡ Words can help to point in the right direction. and in particular clarify what forgiveness is not. resentment and/or hatred towards an individual who is perceived to have selfishly or maliciously done one deliberate harm. and/or the acceptance of such positive feelings should they happen to evolve naturally in the victim¶s experience. though. by means of the cultivation of some degree of compassion towards the offender.THE DEFINITION OF FORGIVENESS ‡ Forgiveness is a non-verbal concept that cannot be adequately captured in words. Metaphors can also have a helpful function in providing understanding where words fail. ‡ It involves a process of dissolving feelings of anger. ‡ We can best know what forgiveness is when we experience forgiving.

IT CANNOT BE FORCED AND MUST COME ON ITS OWN your name .FORGIVENESS IS NOTu ‡ CONDONING OR EXCUSING AN ACTION ‡ SELF SACRIFICE OR SWALLOWING YOUR TRUE SELF OF PLAYING THE MARTYR ‡ EASY.

Forgiveness as a healing gift to oneself. your name . and as radical acceptance of the human condition.FORGIVENESS ISu ‡ GIVING UP THE THOUGHT OF A BITTER PAST AND LOOKING FORWARD TOWARDS A BRIGHTER FUTURE. ‡ A PROCESS OF LETTING GO OFF NEGATIVE EMOTIONS THAT HAVE TAKEN OVER YOUR LIFE.

It is a private.THE POWER OF FORGIVENESS . Forgiveness means making a commitment to ending the feelings of anger. resentment or hatred that are harboured towards that individual. your name .. spiritual experience of letting go of anger and resentment and offering loving kindness to the transcendental. unchanging part of the offender¶s being... ‡ It is a gift given to the offender that they do not deserve. ‡ The offender need not know it has been given. ‡ It is given freely by the person who is doing the forgiving.

You are no longer attached to the offender by a hook. with all its serious imperfections. but the person the offender has the potential to be as good. and seeing their actions as bad. on some level. you can get off it yourself. ‡ It is achieved by giving a gift of compassion to the offender. and live a happier life. your name . ‡ It involves a radical acceptance. and can let them go.‡ By letting the offender off the µanger¶ hook. of the world as it is.

PROBLEMS IN THE WAY OF FORGIVENESS your name .

‡ The person we feel angry towards may not know or care how we feel. ‡ As a result.THE EXPERIENCE OF ~UNFORGIVENESS ‡ Imagine we have (or someone else has) suffered an injustice. ‡ The more serious the injustice and hurt. the more intense and protracted the anger and resentment may be. It is something that violates our/their rights and dignity. your name . resentment and hatred are painful emotions. ‡ We may feel anger and resentment for years and years. ‡ Anger. or may be dead. we feel angry and resentful toward the offender(s).

It is easy to say but much harder to do.‡ Most people would say forgive those who have hurt you and have done you wrong and just let go of the past. ‡ Forgiving is not an easy task. Letting go of the things that have caused us pain or suffering is not at all easy. your name .

 forgiveness. your name .WHAT TO DO THEN? Some suggestive steps which can be followed: HEALTHY RESPONSE (to the feeling of hurt and insult):  acknowledge that you feel hurt.  to follow the hurt back into its roots in the past to all those times and circumstances when you felt the same way.  to avoid the popular response to feelings of hurt and insult.

But the alternative is to stay stuck right next to them on that hook. The transcendental self of the person who has harmed you has the potential to act differently if and when they develop moral wisdom and compassion.‡ It¶s not easy. your name . That¶s not easy either. ‡ We might consider that perhaps there are no bad people ± only bad actions. ‡ Forgiveness is a difficult process ± but a great opportunity for personal growth.

‡ They are also at a higher risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer.THE EFFECTS OF UNFORGIVENESS ‡ Psychiatrists find that people who feel incapable of or unwilling to forgive past hurts experience greater levels of anxiety and depression. ‡ Psychological and physical symptoms such as stress-related backache. insomnia and stomach aches are common. your name .

a dark and cruel wish for harm to come upon the person who hurt you. at its core.ANGER MANAGEMENT All anger is. your name .

There is never such a thing as ´justifiableµ anger. yet being natural doesn·t make it good for us. a commonly occurring³social reaction to hurt and insult.The truth is. anger may be a ´naturalµ³that is. your name .

your name .Organize your mind for six minutes every hour to control anger.

your name . For every 10 minutes you are angry you lose 600 seconds of happiness.Say sorry at the right moment to reduce the anger of others.

Use it to reduce your anger.A short pencil is better than a long memory. your name .

We cannot change others as easily as we can change ourself. your name .

‡ for the right purpose.that is easy. your name . But to be angry ‡ with the right person. ‡ at the right time. ‡ to the right degree.ARISTOTLES CHALLENGE Anyone can become angry -. and ‡ in the right way -- this is not easy.

LEARN TO FORGIVE & MOVE ONu WITH SMILE your name .

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