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Emotions are like powerful programs that define our abilities: how we “THINK, ACT and FEEL“. Yes, that’s right, emotions control the way we operate and experience the world. The basic emotions that we experience are:

Apathy, Grief, Fear, Lust, Anger, Pride, Courageousness, Acceptance

And here is how each of these emotions impacts your daily life. Take a little time to consider your current state and you will find yourself in one of those emotions. In different areas of our lives, we operate in different emotions, but there is typically one dominant emotion in which we reside most of the time.

Understanding Emotions and the Habits of Daily Life

Out of habit, we take it for granted the way we feel. We think that we are our feelings and start having the same experience time and again without ever questioning what we do. All change starts with changing your way of thinking – the more positive we are, the more energy and joy we have in our lives.

Apathy: Is the lowest emotion that we can experience. We are typically stuck, caught by a feeling of hopelessness that forces us to withdraw to feel safe.

Feel: Helpless, drained, tired, negative, beat, desperate, pessimistic, hopeless…
Think: I can’t, I give up, I don’t care, I will always lose, I am worthless, nobody cares about me…
Act: We withdraw: lazy, stuck, passive, no focus… 

Grief: The wish for somebody to help us because we believe we can’t do it ourselves. We often cry, hoping that somebody will help us.

Feel: Disappointed, life is not fair, helpless, unloved, unhappy, forgotten, why me, abused, longing…
Think: It’s my fault, I am a victim, nobody needs me, I can’t do it right, I will never make it…
Act: Helping others at one’s one expense, lots of drama, complaining, confused, shy…

I find very often, that if somebody looses a loved one and is holding on to grief, it will show up in the body in some form of pain. 

Fear: Not being able to defend ourselves and not asking for help.

Feel: Panic, fear, tense, mistrustful, careful, insecure, skeptical, weak, cowardly, trapped, nervous…
Think: I will get them before they get me, I am not good enough, what happens if…, what will they think…
Act: Paralyzed, hyperactive, shy, traumatized, paranoid, hesitant, chaotic, messy, superstitious, defensive…

Being in fear creates fearful thinking and the things we do not want, creating more evidence to justify the fear. 

Lust: The desire to have money, things, people – but with hesitation.

Feeling: Ambitious, stingy, hungry, lustful, unsatisfied, jealous, frustrated, never enough…
Thinking: There is never enough, I need, I can’t wait, I want it now, my way is the best way, I want more…
Acting: Egotistical, manipulating, driven, thoughtless, uncooperative, impatient, seducing…

Anger: The desire to hit, attack… we might or might not do it.

Feeling: Bitter, frustrated, boiling, brooding, agitated, hateful, vengeful, cold…
Thinking: No way, I will never let go, never, don’t tell me what to do, don’t you dare, go to hell, I will get you…
Acting: Aggressive, moody, sarcastic, inflexible, no respect, challenging others, merciless, badmouthing others…

The bottom line of anger is that do not like what is happening in our life and we get angry if things are different to what we expect. We don’t realize, that we hurt ourselves if we hold grudges against other people. The question is: Whose feeling is it? and In Whose body reside those feelings? Yes in the body of the person who is angry. 

Pride: The desire to hold on to the status quo, the desire to stop others from rising above us.

Feeling: Special, arrogant, judgmental, better than others, conceited, I am the way, holier than thou, untouchable…
Thinking: I reject, I am better than you, if I don’t do it it won’t get done, how dare you?, I know it all…
Acting: Stubborn, sabotage, arrogant, rejecting, selfish, closed minded, stoic…

Courageousness: The desire to do whatever it takes, the willingness to let go and move on.

Feeling: Energized, strong, happy, safe, optimistic, open, independent, alive, focused, positive…
Thinking: It’s possible, I can, I am ready, together we can do it, we will find a way, its easier than I thought…
Acting: Adventurous, honest, open, capable, creative, motivated, competent, giving, cooperative, humorous…

We are in the flow and get things done.

Acceptance: It’s all perfect, I have everything and I accept it as it is.

Feeling: Harmony, joy, happiness, glowing, open, compassionate, content…
Thinking: It’s all good, I have everything, I accept you, we can all contribute…
Acting: Balanced, friendly, intuitive, understanding, clear…

Energy Levels and Disease

Energy level: In apathy, we use most of our energy to suppress our feelings and have very little energy left to give to the world. The highest levels of energy and effectiveness we have are found in courageousness and acceptance. Those are the positive states. The more positive we are, the more energy we have.

Disease: We create diseases when we operate in grief, fear and anger. In those states, it is very easy for us to become ill and experience bodily pains.

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