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Lions Roar : September 2014
Contents speCial seCtion Discovering the Wisdom of Anger How to transform anger from a cause of suffering into the powerful energy of compassion 42 54 48 52 The Angry Buddha The buddhas are angry about the suffering of samsara. Melvin McLeod on the enlightened power of no. The Poison Tree: How to Transform Anger in 4 Steps Anger is like a poisonous tree—you can prune it back, chop it down, or find ways to use it. Judy Lief offers four Buddhist techniques to work with our anger. How RAIN Cools the Flames of Anger Emily Horn teaches us how to recognize, accept, investi- gate, and not identify with our anger. Abandon Hope & Other Surprising Slogans to Help You Handle Anger Zen teacher Norman Fischer applies five surprising mind- training slogans to anger and other strong emotions.