Meditation to Make an Angry Person Calm and Gentle

Anger is an agni granthi – it’s fire. And without fire, there is no heat. Without heat, there’s no transformation: no blood circulation, no food digestion, no spiritual awakening. 

The task is not to demonize or suppress anger when it rises, but to channel it. Once we recognize the role anger can play in our healing, we learn to harness the energy. Rather than demonizing it, we respect it as the energy needed to manifest that which we so deeply want in our lives. 

This meditation adjusts the electromagnetic field of the brain and brings neutrality. 

Part 1

Posture & Mudra: Sit in easy pose with the palms exerting a slight pressure just above the temples. The fingers are held up like moose antlers. The elbows are pulled down in front of the body.

Eyes: Eyes are closed, mentally focused on the top of the head.

Mantra: Chant Sat mentally and make fists of your hands. Chant Nam mentally and open the fists and spread your fingers. Each Sat Nam cycle should take 3 or 4 seconds.


Continue for 22 or 31 minutes. To end, do 1 minute of stretching.

Part 2

Kirtan Kriya

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Posture & Mudra: Easy Pose. Hands start out in Gyan Mudra.

Mantra: Sa Ta Na Ma

Practice for 2.5 minutes out loud, then 2.5 minutes whisper, 5 minutes silent, 2.5 minutes whisper, and 2.5 minutes out loud.

Eyes: Meditate at the Brow Point.


Continue for 15 minutes total.


© 3HO. This kriya is courtesy of YB Teachings, LLC.

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