Yoga to Control Anger.

Yoga to Control Anger

Anger is an enemy of human who weakens their thinking ability. It is said that 'the word given in happiness and the decision taken in anger are always evil. Because happiness and anger both distort human wisdom.

Whenever a work is not done according to our mind, we get angry. There will hardly be someone who will not get angry in the whole world. By annoying we remove the illusion of our mind. But sometimes these anger becomes the cause of trouble for us.

Yoga for Anger.
Yoga for Anger

what is anger ?

Generally speaking, anger is a human emotion. Which often arises due to fear or any other reason. Anger is considered to be harmful to humans. It is said, the cowardly person gets the most anger. Because they do not have the ability to deal with the situations, there is no patience and no tolerance.

In any form, anger is not auspicious for humans. Because the circulation of blood circulation occurs in the body rapidly when it comes to anger. Heart beat increases, digestive system starts to deteriorate. In such a way, it is better not to be angry. Because anger is not right for humans in any form.

Today we are telling yoga to control anger.

1 - Bhramari Pranayama

The word "Brahmari" is derived from the word of Sanskrit, which means 'Bhanwara'. In Bhramari Pranayam, a sound like the whirlpool is produced, hence it is called Bhramari Pranayama.


Let us follow the steps given below to do Bhramari Pranayama-

Initial position-.

  • Sit in Padmasana or any other convenient posture. Close your eyes.
  • Get inhaled by the nose.
  • Close both ears with the fingers and keep the fingers on the eyes and forehead. Exhale, taking out the soft sound of whirlpool.
  • After leaving your breath, bring your hands back on the knees and slowly breathing inside. This is a cycle.
  • Similarly, practice 2-4 chakras. 

Remember the following points-

  • Remove the sound of Bhavner from the nose while breathing.
  • Focus your attention on the sound.
  • Do not remove sound in loud tone.

Bhramari Pranayama Benefits:

  • This improves concentration.
  • The echo in the brain, which removes the stress and reflexes.
  • It helps in reducing anger.
  • It relaxes the mind and improves memory.


  • This pranayama should not be done during the ear infections.

2 - Sitakari Pranayama:

The sound of 'C' or 'SIT' is produced while breathing in the Sitakari Pranayama. So this is called the Sitakari Pranayama.


Let us follow the steps given below to do pratayama -

Initial position-

  • Sit in Padmasana or any other meditation situation.
  • Keep your hands in the wisdom position and close your eyes.
  • Apply the tongue to the palate.
  • Put the front teeth lightly on each other. Open lips.
  • Insert the breath from the middle of the teeth while making the sound of 'C'.
  • Keep breathing as long as possible.
  • Close the lips and breathe slowly, with both nostrils.
  • Keeping mouth closed while breathing.

Remember the following points-

  • Neck and head should not bend forward or backward.
  • Breathing from the mouth.
  • Do not breathe through the nostrils.
  • Do not practice this practice in the polluted area, because the air taken by the mouth can not be filtered.

Benefits of Sitakari Pranayama:

  • Sitkari pranayam keeps the brain cold, reduces anger and enhances concentration.
  • It calms both body and mind.
  • It is helpful in controlling hunger and thirst.
  • It reduces intestinal irritation.


  • People suffering from low blood pressure, asema, bronchitis and constipation should not do pranayama.
  • It should not be practiced in cold weather.

3- Anloom-vilom pranayama:

Anulom means 'side' and the Vilom means 'opposite'. In this pranayama, every breath and Both nostrils are used alternately in reverse order for exhalation. This pranayama is also called 'Nadi Shodhan pranayama'. 

Let us follow the steps given below to do pranayama -

 Initial position-

  • Sit in Ardha Padmasana, Padmasan or any other convenient meditation posture.
  • Keep the body straight and keep your hands on the knees in the knowledge posture.
  • Raise the right hand and close the right nostril with right-hand thumb.
  • Breathe slowly from the left nostril.
  • Remove the pressure of the thumb from the right nostril. Now close the left nostril with ring finger and small finger and slowly breathe from the right nostril.
  • Now breathing slowly through straight nostrils.
  • Close the right nostril with the thumb and gradually leave the breath away from the left nostril.
  • This is an integral cycle of proliferation. Repeat it five times.

Remember the following points -

  • Breathe very slowly and leave breathing.
  • Focus on respiration.
  • Do not remove the sound from the nose.
  • Do not press nonsense over loudly.
  • Do not breathe with your mouth.
  • Benefits of Anloom-Inverse Pranayama
  • It makes the mind calm.
  • This improves concentration.
  • It provides enough oxygenic blood to the body.
  • It helps to regulate blood pressure.
  • This reduces contemplation.
  • It is beneficial in many diseases like asthma, high or low blood pressure, insomnia, chronic pain, endocrine imbalance, heart disease, excessive acidity etc.

4 - Meditation:

 Meditation is a yoga practice. This gives comfort to the body and mind. Concentrate on meditation in any one of the points. This point can be breath, no friends, no words or any other thing.

Come, follow the steps given below to do meditation-

Initial position-

  • Sit in any posture convenient for Padmasan or meditation.
  • Put your hands on your knees in the knowledge exchange. Sit straight straight
  • Close your eyes lightly and breathe slowly.
  • Focus on breathing and leaving. At such a time, your mind is moving around
  • Can do variance. Try to focus only on your breathing.
  • Keep respiration normal. Do not try to think about anything else. In college
  • Focus on breathing.

In the former situation-

  • Gently move your awareness outside
  • Cover your eyes with your hands and blink your eyes for a few seconds, so that the eyes do not suffer due to sudden light when you open your eyes.
  • Slowly open your eyes, remove hands and relax.

Remember the following points-

  • Practice meditation in a peaceful environment.
  • Keep eyes closed.
  • Do not use harsh flooring to sit in meditation.
  • Do not wear unobtrusive clothes.
  • Do not change the asana.

Benefits of Meditation:

  • It keeps the mind calm so that it does not get annoyed.
  • This reduces the rate of heart beat and blood pressure.
  • It helps to relieve stress.
  • It helps to control emotions.
  • This increases concentration.

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