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Post by jediwarrior on Fri Jan 11, 2008 10:00 pm

I have always had a certain situation when it comes fear or anger. Some people are calm people on the outside, but inside we have always gotten angry very easily, and alot of anger also. (good thing I have good self-control) I have recently been through a kinda life changing time, and im entering a "kind-er time", but my anger is still undeniable.

My question is, do you feel that all this anger could help a person's training or hinder it?

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Re: Fear or anger

Post by jediwarrior on Fri Jan 11, 2008 10:00 pm

posted by tetley

I think that would largely depend upon whether the anger or aggression is focused or not. Personally I feel anger and aggression are natural emotional states that can be used to our advantage, but only if they are focused, if they are not, I feel they can detract from our goals and also end up causing problems in our personal lives.

The ability to switch the rage/ aggression etc on, as easily as turning on a light switch should be one of our goals when training, but the ability to turn it off is equally, if not more important.

Personally Iíve found aggression a great way to overcome fear, when I turn on the aggression, I find it virtually impossible to feel fear at the same time, almost as if the two states can't co exist. I'm sure we've all had to psyche ourselves up to achieve something at some stage in our lives, whether that was an actual confrontation or some form of competition or grading. We needed to change our emotional state to make the task easier to do.

So I guess the shortened answer would be that it all depends on the individualís ability to focus their anger and control his or her emotional state.

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