Control Your Anger: Anger Management with Vedic Mantras
There is no modern medicine or potion available in the world that can help you in controlling anger. There is no process to make you master in managing your thoughts when provoked. Scientists are still working on them unsuccessfully till date.
But Vedic mantras has solution to everything in this world. We all are blessed that the secret sound therapies to control anger is available to us Hindus.
Anger should never be projected to the loved and dear ones. It makes them lose hope and confidence, they slowly get shelved into inferiority complex, if you regularly get angry on them.
Anger is an emotion related to one’s psychological interpretation of feeling offended, wronged, or denied and a tendency to react through retaliation. People get angry when they sense that they or someone they care about has been offended. Anger may have physical impacts such as increased heart rate, blood pressure. There are both active and passive anger and both can cause harm to the person when either suppressed or shown. Suppressed anger can cause various psychological disorder and can even lead to depression.
Anger indicates the point when one’s basic boundaries are violated. Some have a learned tendency to react to anger through retaliation. Anger may be utilized effectively by setting boundaries or escaping from dangerous situations.
Anger is abnormal emotion that involves a strong uncomfortable and emotional response to a perceived provocation.
Vedic Mantra to Control Anger
Shivputra Ganesh ji can bless the devotee to evict the anger from his mind. Below is the Vedic mantra from Ganesh ji to remove anger from the mind. Chant this mantra for at least 5 rosary (108 x 5 = 540 times) in a day for its effect to become visible soon.
ॐ गतक्रोधाय नमः
Om Gahtha-krōdhâyæ Namaha
Vedic Mantra to Revoke Annoyance and Control Anger
Chanting this mantra 108 times a day can reduce unnecessary anger which comes under influence from Kali (Kaliyug), this was blessed by (Kali) Kaliyuga to the King named Nal. The potent shloka is from Mahabharata. It can be used to get rid of (or to be immune to) the influence of Kali purusha (demon*).
*Unnecessary or frequent anger is one of the demonic qualities.
“Karkotakasya nagasya damayantya nalasya cha”
“Rtuparnasya rajarse kirttanam Kali nasanam”
The one who reads, hear the story of Nal and Damyanti which was recited by Naradamuni to The Pandavas, that person gets rid from all sins, anger and gains victory.
King Nisadh of Ayodhya had two sons Nal and Kuvara. Nal wanted to marry Damayanti, the beautiful daughter of king Bhima. Damayanti did not know him, so Nal sent his swan to her. The swan flew to Damayanti’s palace and finding her alone in the garden, sang praises of Nal. Meanwhile, King Bhima arranged for her swayamvara, where many princes gathered from whom Damayanti could chose her husband. Damayanti chose Nal and they got married.
When King Nishadh died, Nal became king. He conquered many other kingdoms and became famous. This made his brother Kuvara jealous. He knew gambling was Nal’s weakness. Kuvara challenged Nal to a game of dice in which Nal lost everything. Kuvara became the king and banished Nal from his kingdom. Nal went to the forest and Damayanti, who loved him very much followed him. As they walked in the forest, Damayanti injured her feet. Nal did not want the delicate Damayanti to go through hardships with him, so when she was sleeping he left her and went ahead. Further into the forest, he found a snake on the top of a tree that had caught fire from below. As he tried to bring it down, the snake bit him and Nal turned dark and developed a hunchback. Nal asked the snake, “Why did you bite me? I was trying to save your life.” The snake said, “I am your father Nisadh. The next twelve years will be full of difficulties for you. I changed your appearance to protect you from your enemies. Whenever you want to get back your original looks wear this ornament.”
Nal proceeded to another kingdom. Meanwhile, when Damayanti woke up she found a note from Nal asking her to go to her parents. As she moved ahead, she met a demon that threatened to eat her. Impressed with her fearlessness he came into his real form. He was actually a Devpurush, who told her that she would unite with her husband after twelve years. Damayanti proceeded to Achalpura kingdom where she became the queen’s maid. Nal went to the kingdom of Samsumara and became a servant of the king. Many years passed.
One day, King Bhima’s men found Damayanti in Achalpura and brought her back to her father. King Bhima tried to find Nal but failed, so he made a plan. He arranged the swayamvaar of Damayanti knowing that when Nal came to know about the second marriage of his wife, he would certainly come to her. King Bhima was right. Nal came with his master, the king of Samsumara. A day before the swayamvara Damayanti saw the dark hunch back servant. She immediately recognised him. Nal also put on the ornament given by his father and regained his original looks. But the swayamvara had been arranged to Damayanti asked him to be present there. On the day of swayamvara she put the garland around Nal’s neck and they were united. The twelve-year period was also over. With the help of King Bhima’s army, Nal won his kingdom back and again became the king of Ayodhya.
One day, a Rishi visited Nal’s palace and told him the reason why he had to undergo the twelve-year exile “in their previous birth also Nal and Damayanti were king and queen and they had thrown an innocent Rishi in prison. Their exile was a punishment for their karma of a previous birth.”
Eventually, Nal and Damayanti had a son Pushkar. After making him the king, they renounced the world in search of spiritual enlightenment.
Vishnu Mantra for Controlling Anger
This is the mantra for anger control. This mantra is suitable for those who are unable to control their anger. Such people get angry at the slightest pretext and indulge in unreasonable actions which they later on regret. If you seriously want to control anger which is causing distress in your life, then this mantra can help you alot. The meaning of this mantra is I bow to Vishnu who is calm and silent. If you start getting angry then start reciting this mantra and meditate on Vishnu who symbolizes calmness.
ॐ शांताकराय नमः
Om Shantakaray Namah
Vedic Shanti Mantra to Overcome Anger and Become Cheerful
Chanting Shanti Mantra regularly will help you unlock long-term joy and control anger. Ancient scriptures and modern science both agree that happiness triggers neural pathways that attract more happiness.
You must know that altruism is the key to true peace.
We shall experience divine powers that permeate our being, that cures us of all maladies and grant us everlasting peace and bliss. The Shanti Mantra is a ray of hope and a magical panacea for all your problems in this stressful, fast-paced world.
How can this Shanti Mantra Help?
- This divine Mantra has special syllabus with rhythmic chanting that soothes your agitated mind.
- It helps you overcome anger, irritation, brain tumours, ulcers, hormonal imbalances and other bodily ills caused by your stressed-out daily life.
- This Mantra is key to the cure of all your physical and mental ills.
- Once you begin chanting this mantra regularly, you can feel your mind becoming calm and peaceful.
- You will feel rejuvenated. You concentration and workmanship skills are enhanced greatly.
- This Peace Mantra heals your spiritual self. It resolves inner conflicts and ensures lasting peace.
- It enables you to live in harmony with yourself and your surroundings.
Since you are filled with positivity, even utmost negative person cannot invoke sense of anxiety or nervousness in you. You make the entire world positive and cheerful place for you.
Guidelines in Chanting Peace Mantra to Control Anger:
- Understand and appreciate the pause after chanting “Shanti”. This silence is a virtue of the spiritually enlightened.
- Shanti or silence is very important. It alone bestows true peace on those who respect it.
- You should chant this verse at least 21 times a day, without fail.
- You should chant this Mantra just after waking up in the morning and just before going to bed.
- Keep your mind free of worries and troubles. Your posture should be straight.
- When you chant the Shanti Mantra with full concentration, the positive effects can be seen in your body, mind and soul.
- You should chant this Mantra every day. It will remove all the obstacles on your way to productivity and success.
- It can shield from negative forces on the physical, divine and internal plane. It can protect you from natural disasters, diseases, amnesia and other personal weaknesses.
Though it is always advised to control your anger and instead project that energy aggressively in terminating enemies of state who are danger for the society and Bharat (India).