Anger is a severe disturbance in our consciousness. Most people don’t like getting angry but end up losing their temper far too often. Secondly, there is this nagging feeling that it is them or other people in their lives who are creating situations that drive them mad i.e. in whom does the problem lie? Thirdly, for how long can this go on? And fourthly, what is the solution?
Book tries to explain the mental and physical effects of anger. The book has been written in the format of 3P Concept: Physicality, Philosophy and Practicality, it focuses on the essence of various religions and teachings of various philosophies behind it and lastly the practical solutions they offer.
Dr. PS Bawa is a Senior Neurosurgeon (Brain and Spine Specialist) based in Delhi. He did his M.B.B.S in 1984 from Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi and Post-Graduation in Surgery (M.S) in 1988. He then completed his Super-specialization (M.Ch) in Neurosurgery from G.B. Pant Hospital, Delhi in 1993. Dr. Bawa further specialized in Spine and Rehabilitation from Princess Royal Spine Injuries Unit, Sheffield–one of the largest centers in the UK. He is one of the very few Neurosurgeons in Asia to have done specialization in such a challenging field.
He is a pioneer of Endoscopic (Keyhole) Spine Surgery in India, which has today revolutionized the treatment of Disc Prolapse / Sciatica.
He has been Chairman of many International Conferences and an active keynote speaker at various forums. In 2004, Dr. Bawa was honored with the prestigious Delhi Ratna (Jewel of Delhi) award by the All India Association of Intellectuals.
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LifeShastra & 3P Concept
1) Defining and Understanding Anger
2) Hinduism on Anger
3) Buddhism on Anger
4) Sikhism on Anger
5) Jainism on Anger
6) Islam on Anger
7) Christianity on Anger
8) Food and Yoga Asanas
9) Power of Music
10) Greco-Roman Philosophies on Anger
11) Chinese and Japanese Philosophies
12) Practical Wisdom on Anger
13) Principles and Practices of Psychology on Anger
14) Modern Science behind Aggression and Violence
15) Seeking Professional Help