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In a way, the collective anger, grief, anxiety, and fear COVID has stoked within us has somewhat normalized these ancient rage rituals, which are enjoying something of a comeback. Right before the holidays, The New York Times created a Primal Scream Line, inviting those needing an outlet for the bubbling angst that has nowhere to go—specifically parents multitasking work and full-time child care—to call the hotline and yell, laugh, cry, or vent for a solid minute. Although not a parent myself, the seasoned screamer in me took the opportunity to call three times to release the frenetic anxiety I was feeling about the holidays. The first dial was more of a warm-up, where I let out a vanilla roar that lasted only 30 seconds. But once I trusted that the floor was mine, as the hotline promises, I let it rip on call number two, where my audible agita took shape as grunts and ultimately transformed into hysterical laughter; on a third call I conferenced in my mother and we screamed together.
Fifty years later, the audible expression of emotions—especially anger—is still widely shunned in our culture. “Anger is a core emotion that we don’t know how to deal with well, and we’re often taught that outward expressions of it aren’t acceptable or appropriate,” confirms David Rabin, M.D., Ph.D., a neuroscientist and psychiatrist who studies the impact of chronic stress in humans. My first primal scream was terrifying because I thought my emotions were too gargantuan to be in the outside world. But once I “let that shit go,” I felt an expansiveness inside my chest that was disorienting yet so freeing. With each throaty scream, my tense lockjaw loosened. I experimented with shrieks and roars, contorting my mouth every which way to experience even deeper releases. One day at a time, the primal scream made me feel like I could get through anything, global pandemic included. Once I accepted, honored, and expressed the anger I was holding in about the mounting death toll, our country’s misguided leadership, and how living my best life was now restricted to the confines of my apartment, it loosened its grip on me. Even in self-quarantine, I was able to find space for happiness and joy, which makes sense, according to Rabin, who cites Freud’s psychological theory of sublimation, which is rooted in the ability to translate the energy of a negative emotion into something positive.
Rage rituals and breathwork of the tantric variety aren’t for everyone, and they aren’t new. Primal scream therapy became a touchstone of ’70s counterculture when it was developed by psychologist Arthur Yanov to address repressed trauma. Yanov’s devotees, most notably John Lennon and Yoko Ono, swore by the kind of primal screaming that he claimed enabled “access to hidden-away feelings in a safe way.” Although Yanov’s work has been marginalized by mainstream psychology, Lennon said the therapy provided the switch that allowed him to feel like a human being.
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