Rage Club

Course

February 9 @ 18:30 - 21:00
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every week that begins at 6:30pm on Sunday, repeating until February 16, 2020

RECURRING

Osho Center
Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

Address

Carlibach St 1
Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

Costs

ILS110

Benu Galkewitsch

SPACEHOLDER

Tatiana Blous

SPACEHOLDER

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The purpose of Rage Club is to change your relationship to the feeling of anger so that anger is consciously available to you as an adult whenever you need it, without being possessed or overwhelmed by it.

In modern culture we are deeply conditioned to believe that it is not okay to be angry because “anger is one of the negative feelings,” or because “anger is dangerous, loud, embarrassing, uncivilized”. When you learn to own your anger and use it responsibly, you get clarity and can act, protect yourself and avoid creating victim-drama-stories.

Rage Clubs are an extremely safe learning environment allowing you to reconnect to the adult and archetypal power and intelligence of your anger.

The use of conscious adult anger starts when the anger becomes the tool to:

  • say, “No!” or “Stop!”
  • say “Yes!” (by the way, you can only say yes, if you can say an authentic no, otherwise your yes is a lie)
  • change things, move things, stop things, start things
  • get rid of things
  • make boundaries
  • make distinctions (just wait until you discover that distinctions are more powerful than boundaries!)
  • answer questions, create clarity, eliminate confusion
  • commit, keep promises
  • take action
  • ask for what you want, or say what you don’t want
  • take a stand for something or for someone
  • hold space
  • maintain integrity
  • implement powerful intentions
  • take steps and move forward

In other words, to do the next amazing thing in your life!

The purpose of Rage Club is to consciously tap the feeling of anger so that anger is available to you whenever you need it, without being possessed or overwhelmed by it.
In modern culture we are deeply conditioned to believe that it is not okay to be angry because “anger is one of the negative feelings,” or because “anger is dangerous, loud, embarrassing, uncivilized”. When you learn to own your anger and use it responsibly, you get clarity and can act, protect yourself and stop getting involved in victim-drama-stories.
Rage Clubs are an extremely safe learning environments allowing you to reconnect to the power of your anger.