What we do with our anger is another story entirely.
Anger gets its bad name when it is expressed as aggression or violence.
In this episode, Robert examines this distinction and give us insights on how to work with our anger.
- Taking a relational approach to anger.
- How do breathing and eye contact change an argument?
- How unspoken emotions can affect relationships despite our holding them in.
- Where to start working with anger.
- The role of shame, guilt and sadness.
- Meditation as a tool.
Learn how to honor your anger and maintain healthy engagement with women, and every other relationship in your life.
About Robert Masters
My passion is to fuel, illuminate, and support the living of a deeper life, a life of love, integrity, and fully alive awakening. Providing environments (both inner and outer) in which deep healing and transformation can take place is my vocation and privilege.
Having just reached my 60th birthday, I notice that I am finding freedom more through intimacy — intimacy not only with my beloved Diane, but also with all that is — than through transcendence. There is a deeply satisfying joy for me in passing on what I have learned, especially through my integral psychotherapy apprenticeship programs and the couples intensives that I do with Diane.
Since 1977 I’ve worked as a psychotherapist (I have a Ph.D. in Psychology), group leader, bodyworker, and teacher of spiritual deepening practices, integrating the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual in my practice. Most weekends these days I’m leading groups or trainings.
Evolving in fitting parallel with this has been my writing, which is as much a passion for me as facilitating deep groupwork. I’ve authored eight books, including Divine Dynamite, Darkness Shining Wild, and, most recently, Transformation Through Intimacy. My essays have appeared in magazines ranging from Magical Blend to the Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, as well as in several anthologies. And running rampant through all my writing is my poetry, keeping my prose on its toes.
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