Dealing with anger once caught within it's throes requires immediate action. Most fragments either express their rage with great abandon or repress the expression, storing it for later. A less stressful approach is to simply ground yourself against the charge. This idea is similar to the way a lightning rod works, where the rod offers a low resistance path that directs any harmful electrical currents away from a structure and into the ground.
To make yourself into a human lightning rod that neutralizes angry feelings, your body must become a conductor that re-directs the energy into the Earth.
We suggest the following:
Stand straight, but not rigid, and let your arms dangle loosely. The natural tendency during a bout of anger is to tense the body like a snake coiling to strike, but that only intensifies the anger and pushes it to the breaking point. Relaxing the muscles, however, stops the energy from reaching a critical mass, which then allows the negative charge to flow through your body unobstructed till it dissipates harmlessly. The angry feelings may run up and down your body for a short duration, but if you remain loose and relaxed -- almost like a rag doll -- your body will provide a low resistance path for the charge to pass through and eventually the intensity of the energy will fade.