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Lecture #3: Transform Anger into Activities with Creativity

Lecture #3:
Transform Anger into Activities with Creativity


Everyone can get angry for no apparent reason on a conscious level while listening and responding in conversations that can develop into a row. So, what is it that makes you become enraged? Dr. Margaret will explain the importance of free-will in dealing with family issues from birth to current. She will outline cycles of development from 1 – 21 years in which submissive training has caused a person to resist and resent elders, peers and self when in a state of low-self-esteem, worth and value. Dr Margaret will give participants an opportunity to work with their own issues by introducing various simple exercises to stay calm and people using the five physical senses to release anger from the cellular-neuro-musucal-memory of the body.

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