Navratri Special: Goddess Mahakali helps to turn anger into positive and powerful self

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Navratri Special: Goddess Mahakali helps to turn anger into positive and powerful self

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Navratri, the Hindu festivities of nine days are going on. There are so much piousness and purity in the atmosphere that it brings a new flare of positivity all around. During these nine days of fasting, a different roop of Goddess Durga is being worshipped. Mahakali, one of the most important and powerful avatars of Goddess Durga is famous for her rage. She is considered as a divine mother in Hindu culture. Goddess Mahakali is black in her appearance because it is believed that she beyond time and space. She marks a difference between reality and the existence. She is destructive and furious. It is believed that she can’t tolerate the nuisance and her anger is quite untamable. (Also read : How to fight the hunger pangs during the Navratri)

Anger is the reaction that comes out when things and events do not go likely as per our wishes. Sometimes, anger is another name for threat as well. People often categorise anger as something evil. However, having anger is not a bad idea at all. All you should know is how to channel your anger into power and make the best of it. Mind it, anger does not mean dominating or hurting the innocents. There is a very thin line between anger and good anger. Make your anger best for your individual growth, it should thus, not affect anyone else.

People do various things to control their anger. However, controlling anger is not the right option. Express it, let it flow, but in a healthy manner. Do not become outrageous. Do not hurt anyone. Thus, find a suitable way to let the anger flow out of your body and make room for new positive energy. As long as you will hold onto your anger, you will not be able to store positivity in you. (Also read: Navratri Special: How does fasting help to detoxify the body)

Here is how you can express your anger in a healthy manner:
Anger is a powerful human emotion. It is good to be angry at times. According to psychologists, anger is good for health. It ensures the production of various chemicals in the brain.

Speak out your heart: When you are too angry and have no definite solution in front of you, let it out. Talk to a friend who can handle your anger fluctuations. Don’t go aggressive with him but let the anger flow from your body. This will help you to relax and find peace.

Note down your problems: There is something always troubling us that leads to the anger. So, note them down. Write a letter to your own self. Flood it with anger. Write your expressions as the way they are. It will help you to feel better.

Express your anger in time: Don’t hold on your anger for a long time. Flow it timely. An accumulated anger might lead to violence in future, which is a bad practice. If expressed timely, violence can be avoided and the anger can be controlled.

Anger can bring the positivity: Though this may sound weird, anger does brig put the positivity in you. Timely expression of anger can help people to know about your likes and dislikes and eventually help to make it easier for you. But don’t take the advantage of the same.

Anger helps to keep you healthy: Anger leads to multiple health problems inside your body. If a person does not get an opportunity to burst out the anger and let it flow, he will suffer physically or mentally. Anger is another name for toxins inside the body. And removal of toxins is necessary. Thus, flowing of anger is necessary from the body. (Also read: How to prepare yourself for fasting during Navratri)

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