Thich Nhat Hanh on Anger
When you breathe mindfully, you are not ignoring anger. In fact, you are mindful also of your anger. You are practically taking care of your anger. Breathing in, I know I am angry. Breathing out, I am taking good care of my anger. … The practice is called mindfulness of anger. Mindfulness of breathing – breathing in order to be aware of your anger and to embrace your anger with the energy of mindfulness. If we continue like that for sometime, there will be a transformation in the heart of the anger.