Rohit Bassi

Feb 28, 2020


“Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.” A great quote by Master Yoda and that means anger leads to loss of executive presence.

Master Yoda although a fictional character but the words he uttered are what we tend to read in the great books from across the world. They are teachings of the ones who have a great sense of emotional wisdom. Our fear can be our greatest enemy or when we befriend it we can use it to redirect our path for our good. We have to learn to manage this destructive emotional state for the good of ourselves and others.


In an angry state, we could end up using profanity, a loss of our emotions. I am not a fan of profanity although recently I lost my temper and used profanity after profanity after profanity after profanity 😢. Such behaviour was rude of me and I sincerely am sorry for using the bad language.

Profanity could easily become a habit which could easily trickle and then flood into different aspects of our life, and the danger is it could become a norm. In the process, one hurts others thus breaking important relationships.

Anger is a natural emotion. One of my holistic teachers says it is an expression to a suppressed frustration which is nothing but integrity. It’s nothing but a GPS pointing you in the direction of suppressed pain 🙏💕🤗 that needs to be released. There are certainly better ways to release the anger without lashing out at others.

How do you release the anger without lashing out at others?

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Rohit Bassi


Feb 28, 2020