Do you get irate when someone cuts you off in traffic? Do you feel your blood pressure rising when someone you know refuses to cooperate with you? Feelings of anger, frustration, and irritability can emerge when we experience situations that overwhelm us.
Have you ever spoken harshly and later regretted saying those words? When we get angry, we often act without thinking about the consequences. We hurt others as well as ourselves. Often, this can shut down any communication with others, which might not have been our intention at all. So what can we do to change our default state from anger to joy?
Sadhguru looks at how there is no anger in society. Individual human beings get angry. He explains how we should create the right situation where, right from childhood, we are joyful.