Release Your Anger; Practices of a Bodhisattva #33

The 12-Step Buddhist Podcast: Episode 076

We can pretend that we aren’t angry, but it will make us feel less in control. How does anger affect us in our recovery? We’re told in 12-Step meetings that anger is a dubious luxury for “normal” people. Yet it continues to arise and cause problems no matter how long we’re sober. How can we deal with the root our anger as Buddhists in recovery to find compassion, peace and ease?

Readings from How Anger Affects the Body, New York Times, December 17th 2022

Continuing w the 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva, #33
This is the path of bodhisattvas, yogis and Buddhists in recovery.
“You can judge me, but please take what’s in my hand.

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