Given that anger is a difficult emotion for many women, this question poses quite a challenge.
Transforming Fire helps women to meet this provocative challenge by looking at anger in its many complex dimensions — cultural, intellectual, physical and spiritual. This exploration incorporates perspectives from poetry, literature and the social sciences — as well as from the traditions of Christianity, Judaism and Buddhism.
Transforming Fire offers a spirituality of anger that directs the fire within us toward life-giving rather than death-dealing ends, thus enabling the discovery of charity, connection, power and grace.
Kathleen Fischer teaches theology and does counselling and spiritual direction in Seattle, Washington. She received her Ph.D. from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley , California and an M.S.W. from the University of Washington and is the author of many books.