Let’s envision a world where collective anger and collective happiness coexist in the global consciousness. At present, the scale tilts toward collective anger, igniting conflicts and tensions among individuals, communities, and nations. However, by integrating mindfulness and meditation into our daily routines, we can strive to shift this equilibrium towards collective happiness.

Consider this: as you embrace meditation, your inner calm and serenity become palpable to those around you—friends, family, and coworkers alike. Your reduced susceptibility to anger and agitation inspires them to explore meditation as well, creating a ripple effect of positivity. You can be the catalyst for making our world a happier place.

Reducing Collective Anger, One Mind at a Time

In a world marked by recurring bursts of conflict and unrest, a profound and often overlooked issue stands at the core of these challenges: collective anger. The ongoing global landscape is a stark reminder of the turmoil we face, with ongoing conflicts in different parts of the world as powerful illustrations. But what if there was a way to reduce these collective anger levels and pave the way for an era of diminished conflicts and enhanced mutual understanding, all while increasing collective happiness?

The Power of Anger Reduction and Wisdom

While advocating for reduced collective anger and increased happiness, we acknowledge that a strong and resilient world is not one devoid of strength or the capacity to defend itself. Instead, it’s a world where wisdom and mindfulness help us resolve conflicts through dialogue and diplomacy. The potential benefits of this approach are profound. It can lead to reduced conflicts, improved cross-cultural understanding, and enhanced global cooperation, all while maintaining the strength to protect national interests.

In essence, the less collective anger we harbor, the more room there is for empathy and rational discourse, along with a surge in collective happiness. The potential for transformative change, with strong and resilient nations working together, is undeniable.

A Global Commitment to Peace and Happiness

While the road to global harmony may be long and challenging, the pursuit of lower collective anger and the incorporation of wisdom and mindfulness are noble endeavors. They require a shared commitment to practices that can foster inner peace and radiate it outward, all while maintaining the capacity for strength and resilience. The results may not be immediate, but the long-term vision is a world with diminished anger, increased compassion, and nations that balance their strength with wisdom and happiness.


In a world where collective anger often fuels conflicts, it’s worth considering the impact of reducing this collective anger on global harmony and increasing collective happiness. The ongoing conflicts serve as stark reminders of the toll of unresolved anger and its consequences. While the path to peace may be challenging, the prospect of a world with fewer conflicts and greater mutual understanding, where strength and wisdom coexist, is a vision worth pursuing. Lowering collective anger through practices like mindfulness and meditation can be a catalyst for transformative change, and it’s a step we should take for a more harmonious, resilient, and happier world.

So, let’s embrace the power of mindfulness and meditation, for even the smallest personal actions can contribute to a world that’s a little less angry, a lot more peaceful, and increasingly filled with collective happiness.


  • Krishna Bhatta


    Relax Inc.

    Krishna Bhatta, MD, FRCS is an author, surgeon and an inventor, currently working as a Urologist ( former chief of urology) at Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, Maine.  Dr. Bhatta began his life in a small Indian village, attended Patna Medical College in India, continued his education in the UK, and then completed his research & medical training at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and Harvard Medical School.

    Dr. Bhatta is equal parts practical and spiritual. His lectures, writings, podcasts, songs, and video talks on Gita, Krishna, and other spiritual topics are based on his personal journey and experiences, as well as a lifetime of exploring spiritual texts, giving him a unique understanding and perspective.

    He is founder CEO of a wellness and meditation app - Relax Infinity (formerly Relaxx) which strives to be the wellness destination of the world. It connects Patanjali's science of consciousness with Einstein's art of swimming in silence.  Wellness is an infinite journey and a life long pursuit.