The massacre of a large number of students of the Columbine High School, Littleton, Colorado by two gun wielding adolescents underlines the need for America and the rest of the world to look at new ways of managing emotions. Reacting to the tragedy, the US President said," We must teach our children to deal with their anger".

         To quote Aristotle," Anyone can become angry - that is easy. But to be angry with the right person; to the right time; for the right purpose; and in the right way this is not easy". A new concept called "Equilibrium Thinking" has been tried out with Police trainees, both with veterans having thirty years of experience and freshly recruited officer trainees. Several of the participants reported remarkable breakthroughs in managing anger and other emotions.

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July 10,2002       Endorsement for Equilibrium Thinking from Mr.K.R. Narayanan former President of India.(More>>)(Flash-Mx player required)
December  02,2002             Endorsement for Equilibrium Thinking from Sue Knight, International Consultant and author of NLP at Work.  (More>>)(Flash-Mx player required)

Prateep V. Philip