Taking back an emotion

Hello everyone, i have a question about a Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview with Rick Archer & Ken Wilber. Ken is talking about the old eastern tradition that can’t deal with repressed emotions bcs these traditions don’t even these emotions exist (according to Wilber’s point of view). And so these old eastern tradition deal with the product (a diseased emotion still accordingn to Ken’s point of view) of the repressed emotion, and so it produces a reduced wisdom etc. The example is: the original emotion is anger, you repress and then you get fear, and you start working on that fear instead ofdirectly dealy with the anger. Ok. Ken says that the approach should be reversed: “taking back that anger and make it real”. Ok, but what do you thinkit means empiricaly? Getting angry?

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