Riverhead Books, 2002
Thich Nhat Hanh, Buddhist monk and peace advocate, writes with eloquent simplicity about spiritual practices we can develop to respond to the type of entrenched anger which is toxic to our relationships,our careers, and at a larger scale is contributing to global conflict.
Nhat Hanh shows us how to transform anger; speaking to it, visualizing it in different forms, and training ourselves to listen with deep compassion to ourselves and others. This book offers the reader a practical explanation of the Buddhist practice of mindfulness; how itcan be used to embrace anger allowing it to be our teacher. Included are guided meditations for looking deeply at and releasing anger.
~ Stephen Douglas, 2006