Coping with People – Emotions & Feelings – Tutorial no. 1

May 18, 2020

It’s in the definition: emotions are strong feelings deriving from one’s circumstances, mood, or relationships with others. An emotion is a feeling such as happiness, love, fear, anger, or hatred, which can be caused by the situation that you are in or the people you are with.
Emotion is the part of a person’s character that consists of their feelings, as opposed to their thoughts. A fundamental difference between feelings and emotions is that feelings are experienced consciously, while emotions manifest either consciously or subconsciously. Some people may spend years, or even a lifetime, not understanding the depths of their emotions.


According to a factual and opinion-based question-answer website, << Courage is the strongest emotion human shows >>. Courage feels more like a useful emotion for society, the strongest one to be used when living in a attack/defence based values system. 

Excitement would feel more accurate as the strongest emotion, as it releases the same chemical than what is required for displaying courage. Excitement happens to just be a one-person party.
Sadness feels like it is at the opposite spectrum of our scale. You operate at your lowest vibrational capacity, unable to create a narrative, even in your mind, as a buffer with a traumatic point. 

Disgust should be right in the middle, when you have achieved to keep yourself as a balanced person. In any other position on our scale, you start displaying bitterness or sarcasm as a consequence of your inability to handle your own disappointments and incapacity to refrain from recruiting an army of like-minded people. 

We created a scale from one to ten that helps us evaluate (no statement of accuracy – NOT UNIVERSAL) a person level of self-developement:

There are ten basic human emotions: 

  • Joy
  • Excitement
  • Surprise
  • Sadness
  • Anger
  • Disgust
  • Contempt
  • Fear
  • Shame
  • Guilt

IN BLACK: emotions that we use to suppress our next level of self-developement. Like a barrier, it helps us protect ourselves from falling into the darker side. Ours, not the one defined by society.

For example, Anger is felt after literally experiencing sadness or shame. Mature adults do not indulge in dry anger based on responses or reactions to randoms events. How silly to be a lawsuits magnet! A person that can be controlled by random strangers or situations before going “berserk”.

Disgust is felt after our capacity for Joy and before our ability to still be Surprised. Any other arrangement give you these overly passive-aggressive people. They suppress their emotions but do express their feelings, bitter and low vibrationals. Something within themselves needs closure. Or surprise! They no longer believe it to be possible.

Contempt is the GATE of ALL GATES that protects the little bit of faith in humanity left in a person: excitement. But it does take courage to believe, despite your environment persistence in testing your right to be part of the survival of the fittest crew.
Nature is cruel. Society therefore HAS TO BE RUTHLESS. Right? 


Tutorials for SENSIBLE MINDS only (mental issues required – not mental strength)

Monday 18th May Emotions, Feelings and Creative Stigmas: coping with others
Tuesday 19th May What does your brand say about you?
Wednesday 20th May Don’t let others derail you!
Thursday 21th May Mind-games and how to win them!
Friday 22nd May How can you live authentically?
Saturday 23rd May What cognitive distortions do we us which stops us thinking clearly?
Sunday 24th May Join the Webinar (on Zoom) at 5PM with Dr Audrey Tang Click Here

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BY: Sylvaine FRANCIS