Hello Trejo539:

Unfortunately no matter how good any of us might be this is not something which can be taught exclusively via the written word. Even so, I'll do what I can...

There are some specific breathing exercises which are designed to trigger an adrenal response. There are many other methods to achieve this type of thing but the exercises are depthful. Typically called Sanchin kata though others can be used in the same manner and provide identical results.

The idea is NOT to control the rush but instead NOT to let it control you. The reason we practice is so that we can simulate these feelings, sensations... and learn how to cope so that you don't shut down overwhelmed by them, OR go insane giving into them. Your heart is pounding, hands shaking, great... now use those sensations and do not lose control because of them.

If you are breathing normally, you are not angry. When you are angry your breathing changes... When you are in pain, sobbing, sad, your breathing has changed. Learning techniques of breathing allows us tools to harness the adrenal system so we can turn it on much like a light switch at will....

Learning to use that adrenaline or set it aside is the excellent challenge. Learn it well and you have an excellent tool to explore and use...

Jeff