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An Ultimate Guide to Emotional Theory

An Ultimate Guide to Theory of Emotion

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An ultimate guide to the theory of emotion. Emotions have a central part in your thinking. The purpose of thinking is to organize the reality you are experiencing in your inner world. Emotion determines your choices and decisions.
From the moment you experience mental pain, your heartbreak. it could happen at any age. The pain creates emotional injury. Stronger the injury the stronger the emotion. Your awareness at that moment is not enough to digest this vulnerability. 
When you keep looking at the ultimate guide to the theory of emotion you find out that emotion pain stored on a specific memory. you wrap that pain as a protective shell that prevents you from experience this pain again.

Emotion is the momentum of energy

As a result of a change in one’s mind or body, an energetic movement that you can define it as emotion. When warm air and cold air meet it generates wind (energy). The tension between a person’s high goals and low goals creates turmoil. 
Your ambition is to be an artist, You find yourself interested in finance. a conflict emerged, in this case, frustration.

Emotion creates reality

Emotion is the expression of a person’s inner state. One’s reaction to life situations can manifest emotion. If you are an anxious person, you may react differently to stressful situations. Relative to a calmer person.
Emotion is a kind of “sixth sense” that tells you in general about what happens to you in some situations. Thoughts are the physical expression of emotion.

Emotion interrelated reality to aspiration

Emotion connects the reality that you live with to your aspirations. Emotions linking the physical world and the spiritual world. Between you and your surroundings. Emotion allows you to translate external reality into inner reality. To give expression to physiological symptoms. Like chest pressure when there is tension. While you are experiencing anxiety the body creates hormones that raise blood pressure, increase heart rate, and weaken digestive function.

Four turns to one

In this paragraph, you will be familiar with four basic types of emotions from which other types of emotions split: Fear, anger, sadness, and joy.
Firstly we can simplify the four types of emotions into two types: 
Connecting and expanding feeling: Joy, pleasure, release, and enthusiasm. 
Shrinking and detached feelings: Anger, sadness, and fear/
To experience that close your eyes and imagine yourself scared or sad. What sense of feeling you have? Now imagine joy or enthusiasm What feeling is coming up now?
Secondly, we understand that there is only one emotion: A connection to being by accepting reality or not connecting to being by not accepting reality. 
There is no positive or negative emotion. When you accept reality as it is, Positive emotions are created. Another way you experience negative feelings.

Emotion is a result of a situation

For instance, you are having a certain situation. as a result, the situation evokes memory. Memory triggers emotion. However, fear is the most available emotion that connects to your most basic understanding. As a result, there is no time for fear to pass through thought.
Event = >>> anger (emotion created by fear) = >>> reaction
Man is a developed being and most of his senses are directed towards the more developed part of the human brain (neocortex). The earliest part of a person is directed directly to the amygdala (the earliest part of the human brain) that is most closely associated with the survivor’s goal of identifying threats and acting accordingly and quickly. This part creates an uncontrolled emotion: escape, fighting, and stagnation. The emotion is quickly characterized by a reaction to the danger, over-caution, judgment. Also characterized by physiological reactions such as hypertension and high pulse and childhood memories or traumas.
Anxiety is a form of fear. The more you know about anxiety and its source, the more your interpretation of the experience of anxiety will change and yet your response to anxiety will change. Knowledge is the key to healing 
Feelings mediate between your higher and lower parts. Emotions work between the mind and the heart. You can control thought. But, the heart controls emotion and it is very difficult to convince. You can convince the heart through thought. You can convince the heart to release the emotion while persevering, determination, and memorization and practice. We will add to this process the element is a kind of thought-directed emotion. Love works out of compassion. Compassithrough thought. Your wife tells you something that annoys you. Anger arises in you when someone at work bothers you. Through compassion, you develop an opportunity to recognize the motives that led the other person to do the action and to observe the emotions that arise in you. This observation allows you to choose compassion for that person and to see him well. The more you practice compassion, the more you can train your heart with good and helpful feelings and less anger and unhelpful feelings.
In the last part of the ultimate guide to the theory of emotion, you find out that feelings affect you on different levels. At the body level. There is a strong connection between emotions and the body. When emotions activate hormones that affect the body. Your body will feel more energetic and upright as your emotions become more joyful and uplifting. Your body will feel weaker and cramped as your emotions become more sad and poor.
Positive Emotion is a direct result of your connection with reality. Reality accepts without judgment and resistance.
Negative emotions emerge as you move away resist reality. Enhance your sense of separateness.

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By Avraham Maor – N.M.C natural medicine counselor/ Life Coach

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