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Although most people consider anger a negative emotion, anger is neither good nor bad. It simply serves a function.
Experiencing strong emotions like anger can actually be a good thing, in the right circumstances. For example, anger can bring about much needed change or it can serve as a defence mechanism. It can build appropriate barriers so that we aren’t taken advantage of and ultimately reduce stress and anxiety, especially in people who struggle to share their emotions like anger.
Meditation practice can produce unwanted effects in people who might be more sensitive. We encourage anyone who is unsure about practising meditative techniques to seek appropriate professional support before experimenting with meditation.
Our meditations are all unique and written by us. They are guided and secular. They are a combination of mindfulness, visualisation, emotion-work exercises rooted in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and goal achievement rooted in neurolinguistic programming.
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