Everything in this material world is a perverted reflection of the transcendental world and therefore, whatever emotions exist in this world are undoubtedly also present in the transcendental realm in some form. Just like love, devotion, friendship, motherly affection and other such feelings are present in their true form in the spiritual sky, similarly, anger, jealousy, separation and sadness are also all present in the spiritual world. These feelings are however, all present in relation to the Supreme Lord Sri Krishna. The feelings of anger can be seen in Srimati Radhika’s maan. When Shyamsundar does not reach the appointed place of rendezvous at the right time, Srimati Radhika, suspecting him to be engaged in loving pastimes with Chandravali, gets upset and displays maan, jealous anger, when Krishna approaches her way past the appointed hour. He then has to figure out various means to pacify her by coming before her in the form of a singer, a palmist or in many other different disguises. In this way Shyam has to pacify Srimati Radhika’s maan. The feelings of rivalry, jealousy and anger can also be seen between the groups of Srimati Radhika and Chandravali. Understanding all these feelings to be coming from the spiritual world, we should try and engage such propensities also in the service of the Lord. One can employ their feelings of anger in opposing those who are inimical towards the Lord and in such a way make good use of such feelings as well. Therefore, we should engage all our feelings in the service of the Lord, and in this way we can remain in true Krishna Consciousness.