Anger is an emotional experience that almost everyone goes through at one time or another. The field of human psychology offers diverse theories on the nature and cause of Anger, but most understandings agree that feeling angry is often an associated with feeling frustrated. Typically arising from an inability to satisfy one's desires, frustration is tolerated to different degrees by different people. Those individuals with a low tolerance for frustration tend to be more easily Angered. It is particularly difficult for such people when the situation they are facing seems to be unfair or unjust.
A person may express Anger toward others as part of unconsciously blaming other people for one's own weaknesses or shortcomings. An individual may unconsciously use feeling angry to hide other feelings that they are having such as hurt or disappointment.
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, who brought the Transcendental Meditation technique to the world more than 50 years ago, has revived and systematized Maharishi Vedic Vibration Technology. The word "Vedic" means pertaining to Veda, the field of Pure Knowledge or Total Knowledge of Natural Law.
For thousands of years, Veda and the Vedic Literature have been held to be the expression of the Total Knowledge of Natural Law. According to tradition, the Vedic sounds contained in Veda are the fundamental vibrations which structure the material universe, including the human body. Through a tender impulse of Vedic vibration, pain can be transformed into a feeling of pleasantness and abnormality can be transformed into normal physiological functioning.