Krodha means anger, which springs from the frustration of desire. We want something. We cannot get it. We become angry. We desire to get things by any means, i.e to harm, hurt, destroy, break, and fight for it.
To overcome Krodha we must realize that our greatest enemy is ourselves. We must become great warriors with strength and skill to vanquish Krodha.
Sit quietly in Padma Asana’s hands in Jnana Mudra. If possible sit in Padma Asana(Baddha), locking all the limbs. We express anger through our Karmendriyas hands and feet, kicking and hitting. We bind these hands and feet in consciousness with Baddha Padma. Do nine rounds of Savitri Pranayama 6:3:6:3. Come to feet.
Warm-up: Perform Jattis and Aruna Surya Namaskar.
The warm-up yoga helps us to sublimate angry feelings with different versions of Hakaras. Hah is a military sound of aggression. When used consciously we sublimate these feelings. One must be heroic to overcome anger. So, we perform two Virya Asanas (I) and Virya Asana (II). To conquer anger one can perform Virya Asana, also using the Hakara.
Perform Kshatriya Kriya, the Warrior s Action. Come down to Vajra Asana and do the Hakara Kriya in Vajra Veerya Asana. Ar the end lie down in Shava Asana and breathe deeply.