Episode 34: Sally Kempton — What’s a bad-ass, angry yogi to do?

This is where the subhead goes where we talk about how you need to do your research and two other things 

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I bet you can conjure it up pretty easily: The image of the calm, benevolent yoga teacher who NEVER GETS ANGRY. You might wish that you were that person. And perhaps such people exist. But the rest of us mere mortals get pissed sometimes. And sometimes getting pissed is OK and warranted. The question is, how do you take your anger and channel in ways that are positive? How do you learn and grow from your anger? What’s beneath the subtext and how do you cope?

I’m happy to have Sally Kempton back on this episode to answer all of my burning, raging rage questions. This is one of my favorite episodes to date! I’d love to know if you found it helpful.

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RECOMMENDED & RELATED LINKS
Sally Kempton’s Awakened Heart Meditation Teacher Training
Sally’s Telecourses
Learn about Durga! And Kali! And all the goddesses with Sally’s book: Awakening Shakti

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Shana Falana – Brainy Fox
Steve Adamyk — Not a Witness
Joshua James Hunt — On My Mind

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