Do you long for equanimity? I do, but these days I find calm hard to come by. The world around me, right now, teems with anxiety, anger, and fear, which understandably stirs me up too.
For example, I embroiled myself in a contentious debate on the internet yesterday morning. An hour later, my acupuncturist told me my liver meridian, the one associated with anger, displayed signs of imbalance — partially acute, partially chronic.
The body doesn’t lie, does it? While you might charge forward to your next activity, unless processed, anger can penetrate and accumulate in your physical being.