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Chinese charater for emotion


emotional waves


"We understand emotions as
practical action programs that work to solve a problem,
often before we're conscious of it." - Antonio Damasio


"Individuals believe in their own uniqueness,
we think we're so emotionally different from others -
we refuse to use the information that's right before our eyes."
- Daniel Gilbert


Skipping through the history of human culture one makes a remarkable observation. Every single culture creates thought structures that distinguish the difference between the thought processes of animals and human beings.

Human beings seem to have always considered themselves gods in relation to the other animals possibly due to their ability to modify environment conditions for their own future benefit.

The most prevalent thought structure shared universally by mankind is that a human being should be able to control their own emotions at all times and places under any and all adverse conditions.

Emotion, instinctual subconscious intuition, occurs universally in all mammals as it is a requirement of survival. An emotion is your subconscious reacting to a subconsciously perceived reality that your consciousness either fails to note or is unable to note as it is engaged in other activities.

Emotions are shaped by continual interaction, interpretation and reinterpretation of neurophysiological changes in valence of the ongoing environmental stimulus in relation to individual idiosyncratic stores of semantic knowledge, memories, and behavioral responses that have shaped and continue to shape subjectively experienced reality.

Emotion uses an algorithm that takes the sense information of seeing, hearing, touch, smelling, tasting, intuition and equilibrium and filters out the 'noise'. Noise being simply sensory information that has not penetrated the Veil of Cognitive Blindness.

Distinctions among experienced emotional states are highly dependent on cognitively complex processes, which are subserved by a distributed network of regions of the cerebral cortex.


Emotion words shape emotion percepts.

Emotion, Etmnooi, or Emitoon?
Faster lexical access to emotional than to neutral words during reading.

Emotion and memory: a recognition advantage for + and - words independent of arousal

Left-hemisphere processing of emotional connotation during word generation.

The right hemisphere fails to orient to the negative valence of visually presented words.

The Effect of Negative and Positive Emotionality on Associative Memory: An fMRI Study

Negative emotion impairs conflict-driven executive control.

The Neural Representation of Abstract Words: The Role of Emotion.


"The most beautiful and most profound emotion
we can experience is the sensation of the mystical.

It is the sower of true science.

He to whom this emotion is a stranger,
who can no longer wonder and stand rapt in awe,
is as good as dead." - Albert Einstein


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emotion is defined as:

any strong inner feeling

a state of mental agitation or disturbance

human feelings or sensations named as listed above

the part of the consciousness that involves feeling; sensibility.

of the mind alone, being the excited action of intuition or feeling.

a mental state that arises spontaneously rather than through conscious effort, often accompanied by physiological changes identified as feelings


psychological barriers

verbally emotions may be projected,
or conversely, emotions may be directly experienced

emotions you may have experienced:

abhor, admiration, adore, affection, aghast, alarm, amazement, ambivalence, amiable, amused, anger, anguish, anxiety, apathy, appreciation, ascend, ashamed, astonished, arrogance, attraction, avarice, awake, awe, baffled, bewilderment, bewitched, bigotry, bitter, blame, bliss, bored, bummed, callous, cheer, cherish, circumspect, compassion, conceit, confounded, confusion, conspicuous, contentment, correct, courage, dejection, craving, curious, defeated, delighted, depleted, depressed, deserted, desire, despair, despised, disappointment, discern, disconcerted, discouraged, disenchantment, disillusioned, disgusted, dissatisfied, doubt, dread, duty, embarrassed, empathy, empty, enchanted, energized, enlightened, enlivened, enraptured, enthrall, enthusiasm, entranced, envy, euphoria, excitement, exhilaration, fascinated, fear, feverish, flabbergasted, foolish, forgiving, forsaken, friendly, frustration, fury, gay, gloomy, gracious, gratitude, greed, grief, guarded, guilt, handsome, hate, happiness, harried, hindered, hollow, honor, hope, hopeless, horror, hostile, humility, humiliation, humorous, hungry, hypnotized, hysterical, illogical, impassioned, impatient, impregnable, imprudent, incautious, inconspicuous, indifferent, indiscreet, infatuated, infuriated, ingratiated, injudicious, insecure, intoxicated, invincible, irritation, invigorated, jealousy, joy, kindness, lazy, lenient, loathing, logical, lonely, ludicrous, lust, mad, malice, marvel, mean, melancholy, merciful, merry, mesmerized, misery, mistaken, moody, morose, mournful, mystified, nice, noble, nonsensical, obsessed, open, optimistic, overwhelmed, pain, panic, paranoia, passionate, patience, peaked, perplexed, pessimistic, pissed, pity, plain, pleasure, poor, powerless, predominant, prejudiced, pretty, pride, pronoia, prudent, puzzled, rage, reasonable, regret, rejection, remorse, repulsion, resentment, rested, restricted, restrained, revengeful, reverence, rich, ridiculous, sad, satisfied, scorn, sensible, sexy, shabby, shame, silly, simple, shocked, slothful, small, smart, sober, soft, sorrow, spellbound, spoiled, sprightly, staggered, stressed, strong, subdued, suffering, suppressed, sympathy, tender, tense, terror, thankfulness, tough, transfixed, trepidation, unfriendly, unhappy, unguarded, unkind, unreasonable, unwise, unworthy, vane, vehement, vertigo, vicious, victimized, vigilant, vindictive, visible, warm, warmhearted, weak, wise, withdrawn, wonder, worry, worthy, zeal ...

consciousness of emotion
or emotional intelligence



emotional light generation

The ability to understand emotion in others is one of the most important factors involved in regulating social interactions.

Emotional awareness coordinates activity among group members, enable the formation of long-lasting individual relationships.

Emotional awareness has played an important role in shaping human behavior and societies. Human frontal lobes and mirror neuron arrays are sufficient as proof.

Diagnostic fMRI scanning procedures show active areas of the brain which "light up" onscreen in reaction to both neurological and biochemical emotional triggers.

"Most of the brain is dominated by automatic processes, rather than deliberative thought. A lot of what happens in the brain is emotional, not cognitive."- George Loewenstein

When watching anything terrorizing on television mirror neuron detect a threat and initiate a body wide physiological response including increased heart rate, perspiration and muscle tension.

There is a syndrome called alexithymia in which a person experiences the same physiological response associated with an emotion as a normal person, as recorded by an fMRI scan, but is unaware of having the emotion.

Emotional response is hardwired in the human brain.

Automatic emotional reactions may have a much stronger impact on our physiology than previously understood.
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