As you practice laughter yoga over time, your threshold for laughter becomes lower. Laughter allows one to be able to lighten one’s mood in the face of challenges. This allows a space to detach from pressing problems; to stand back and gain perspective. It is called “de-identifying:” You are not angry- You are having a feeling called anger and you are also an awareness seeing that you have anger. This perspective allows internal space, distance and objectivity so you can weigh in before you act from anger, (or whatever the feeling is at that moment,) To think, this comes from laughter! How remarkable!
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