07 Jul Embracing Anger: A Fresh Look at Our Relationship with Anger
Embracing Anger: A Fresh Look at Our Relationship with Anger with Milan
A One-Night Webinar on Anger
July 28, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. CEST (Italy/Germany Time)
Our relationship to anger is complex and unconscious. We feel it, whether we want to or not, but expressing it in ways where connection isn’t broken or we don’t feel overwhelmed, is hard.
Anger arises when we feel threatened or vulnerable, inadequate or shamed. We’re either afraid to express our anger, pretend we don’t have it or we just vent it uncontrollably. In any of those cases, it consumes us.
For most people, our upbringing hasn’t been helpful in developing a healthy expression of anger. We learn that expressing it brings shame or shows a loss of control. However, speaking and showing our anger can be one of the few ways to express unmet needs.
Creating a healthy relationship with our anger means to first understand what sits underneath it. Anger is actually an essential and beautiful bridge to ourselves and others. It shows us how much we care about certain things. This is an important theme for all of us.
In this webinar, we will take a fresh look at anger and our relationship to it. As long as the inner workings of our anger are kept hidden from our own awareness instead of being faced, it creates disconnection, isolation and pain. We will define the different forms of anger, their origin, and explore how a healthy expression of anger can create flow and connection in your life and relationships.
Milan supports people in safe, loving and respectful environments to deepen their awareness of their life’s unfolding, and nourish self-love and acceptance. His work emphasizes the relationships we create throughout our lives with our family of origin, in our love relationships, with our children and in our professional and personal lives. He works with individuals and couples in his clinic in Tel-Aviv or via Skype, and leads therapy and personal growth workshops across Europe.
A broad understanding of the human psyche, its cultural and collective conditioning, and a deep understanding of the body’s reaction to traumatic events are his keys in working with people. On an even deeper level, Milan’s love and passion to live by truth and remove all obstacles of separation guide his work.
“Healing happens when a deep understanding settles inside us. These understandings or insights occur on both the cognitive and body level. Since almost all significant events in our lives also leave an imprint in the form of stuck energy and contractions in the body, the therapeutic process always includes the body on some level. A deep respect for the path others are walking on is a key foundation for creating healing spaces.”