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What is the terminology for this feeling state? - Any help from englishmen are appreciated!

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Re: What is the terminology for this feeling state? - Any help from englishmen are appreciated!

Post  sv-b on Sun Apr 10, 2011 12:45 pm

Hello pms, Smile

Character and behaviour wise, No two men are same alike. we could qualify the "character" as normal when it does not affect either society or family. The anger is generally consider to be negative emotion. but, i quote here from the nichomachian ethics in which, we could see how the aristotle qualify the anger.

"Anyone can become angry- that is easy. But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way - this is not easy .

-Aristotle.


Similarly, No emotion is wrong when we experience. Infact, Lacking of particular emotion is abnormal. but, those emotions should be adequate with the experiencing situation. Laughing for tragedies and weeping for success and furthermore contradictions of human behaviour and indifferences should not be taken as "Abnormal or below normal". Rather, it just individualizes the man.


when we say that indian population is 121 crores, we just talk about 121 crore different dispositions. A shrewd
And clever person remains an officer through out his life. On the other hand, we see illiterates rules the states of india as being ministers. Hence, emotion matters, but, i cannot under-qualify any emotion ie., shame, guilt , anger etc., Because, emotion is the reason for our functionings. The word emotion is derived from latin word 'motore'- which mean functioning.

I just wish to understand his emotion rather than underestimate the whole person. Infact, begining from top most celebrity to low-class individual , each and every one of us have limitations. This is what i see. Smile

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Post  Lynn on Sun Apr 10, 2011 11:00 pm

hi Parender, I forgot to thank you for your response about Mr. “Not Enough”. Your responses on various threads show that you sure have studied & understood Richard's system better than I have! Which helps me to learn.

stalin - interesting topic. "Infact, begining from top most celebrity to low-class individual, each and every one of us have limitations."
I understand what you are saying, though I would never think of ANYONE as a "low class individual" ! Whatever our apparent 'status' in life (and who is to be the judge of that?) we are all individuals, every hand is unique, and that is what I love about handreading!

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Post  sv-b on Mon Apr 11, 2011 6:21 am

Hello lynn, Smile

Nice to see the socialistic peoples from the capitalized country. Smile

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Post  curiouswoman on Sat May 07, 2011 5:52 am

the person is humble. I called them the silent warriors. they do good but don't like to be praised all the time but yes sometimes. I feel like that too. it's a personality complex. I think. a good one.

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joy with no opposite

Post  knox gillespie on Sat May 07, 2011 3:30 pm

spiritual feelings , knowing feelings (understanding state) and dualistic reactive emotions... this is the spectrum I see....knox

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Post  sv-b on Thu May 12, 2011 6:55 pm

Hello curious women, i like your points. infact many of international celebrities also had such dispositions . one example is gandhiji! He becomes terrifically anxiety when he attended his first case at judicial law of court. Infact, He explains that situation in his autobiography that almost the court of law swirled in his vision. He failed to utter a single word, followed by he sat back to his seat. That case was taken by senior lawyer then. He also use to embarrass when peoples called him "mahatma" . and knox, Thanks for sharing your views as well. but interested to know how you relate this feeling state with spirituality. Smile

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Post  knox gillespie on Thu May 26, 2011 6:29 pm

emotions, comes from emote... feelings are more inside the mind field...

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