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Session 1: Exploring Chapter 6, Claiming Anger’s Life-Giving Force
Focus: Exploring your relationship with anger

An option for group resonance and discussion, created and offered by Jaya Manske

SUGGESTED FORMAT

1. Take a moment to settle in and say hello (Timing: 1-2 minutes)

2. Choose someone to lead this session. We recommend a different person volunteer to lead each time. This person will track time and read aloud the instructions that follow (you may also pick 2 people, one to track time and another to read instructions). (Timing: 1 minute)

3. Check-in. Please go around the circle, giving each person an opportunity to share:
– One feeling and/or body sensation you’re experiencing

(Timing: 1 minute each, total 3-5 minutes)

4. Discussion (round 1) We ask you to try to make sure that everyone’s voice is heard; one way to do this is to make sure that no one speaks a second time before everyone has spoken or said that they are passing. If someone passes, check in with them after everyone else has shared to see if they would like to share before moving on.

For ideas about how to create a group where deep sharing is possible, please remind yourself of these guidelines.

*If you would like more time for discussion, these questions can be discussed in small breakout groups instead

Please share.

Briefly share how it is for you right now. How is it to be with this content about the RAGE Circuit? How are you with anger in your life? Do you express it? Do you feel it? Or is it something you have little to no access to?

(Timing: 15-20 minutes)

5. Group or small group exercise: Using Metaphor for Accompaniment:

  1. Choose a person who has a rage or an outrage or an anger that they are willing to share, one they can feel in their bodies
  2. This person speaks of their rage and how it feels in their body for 30-45 seconds
  3. The other people in the group allow an image from nature to come to them and say, “This is what comes to me _______________, is it anything like that for you?” or “Is it like _______________________?”
  4. After all group members have shared an image, the first person speaks again about what is happening in their body now and/or whether another image has come to them.
  5. Rotate

 

*Note: If someone in the group feels particularly blocked from the feeling and expression of rage/anger, that person may ask the group to come back to them after everyone else has gone and do the following exercise with your group:

  1. The person who feels blocked from anger (A), ask someone in the group to ask you one of the following questions:
  • “Do you need acknowledgment that (your or someone else’s) anger has been dangerous?”
  • “Do you need acknowledgment that (your or someone else’s) anger has been unbearable?”
  1. Person A, take a moment to notice what arises in you. If being asked resonates, see what it is like to invite your group members to sit beside you, just as you are, just as you feel.
  2. Person A, notice what emotions arise for you. Share briefly about what is moving in you
  3. The other people in the group allow an image from nature to come to them and say, “This is what comes to me _______________, is it anything like that for you?” or “Is it like _______________________?”
  4. After all group members have shared an image, A speaks again about what is happening in their body now and/or whether another image has come to them.

(Timing: 28-33 minutes)

6. Closure: please close by having each person name a need met or a gift received after this discussion. You can read more about this practice here.

(Timing: 5 minutes)

OTHER FORMATS FOR YOU TO CHOOSE FROM:
The suggested format above is meant to create ease, however, your group might instead choose to structure your time around any of these activities or create your own:
1. Offer resonant empathy to each other, either in the whole group or in smaller sub-groups (you can use this resonant empathy circle format if you’d like)
2. Listen to one of the meditations from chapter 6 together and talk about what comes up for you – Being with Personal Rage  |  Being with Rage About Systems
3. Do one of the homework exercises suggested and discuss
4. Practice time travel resonance

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