Ask your body to show you where it holds anger.
Listen to what lights up.
Where is it? What does it feel like? What does it look like? What color is it?
What does it sound like?
How does it move?
What else in your body is it attached to?
What does your anger need?
Ask it. Listen.
Put whatever it needs in your hand and give it to your anger (Just imagine it).
Allow your anger to receive it.
Notice how you feel now.
Anger can sometimes feel very big. It can make us want to move. Sometimes anger wants us to move fast and hard. Sometimes it wants us to move slow and strong. And sometimes anger is there to help us not feel emotions that are bigger and harder for us to feel than anger.