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Today, Kimberly Brown, a meditation teacher and longtime Buddhist student, will guide us through a short practice on anger.  

Buddhism can’t teach us how to eliminate anger from our lives completely. But, as Brown teaches, we can lessen our suffering by learning to move toward, to notice, to receive – and even to love – our sensations of anger, when they inevitably arise.

This is the first of three practices from Kimberly Brown that we’ll be releasing over the next several weeks. Tune in on August 9th for Part Two,  Loving the People You Don’t Like.

Further resources on anger from Tricycle’s archives:

A conversation with Lama Rod Owen: A Love Song to My Anger

A four-part meditation from Ken McLeod: Anger

An article from Jules Shuzen Harris: Uprooting the Seeds of Anger

An article from Mark Epstein: I’ve Been Meditating for Ten Years, and I’m Still Angry. What’s the Matter with Me?

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