Your ability to manage your emotions is what will determine the quality of your life. Unfortunately, most of us have been trained to misunderstand and become ashamed of our normal natural human feelings.
We need to create a healthy relationship with our own emotions if we wish to connect meaningfully with other people, know what we are passionate about, and understand how to live by our core values.
In this course you'll come to understand your inner sensations, and learn to make use of your emotions the way they were intended.
If you feel that any of the emotions listed below are "wrong", painful, or just plain difficult to manage, this is the course for you:
Imagine becoming someone who never has to hide or repress how they feel, yet never is harmed or causes harm because of emotion. If you are interested in becoming that person, enrol for this course today.
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I enjoyed reading/listening about anger, sadness and fear - showed me what it means when I feel that way and helped me discover what I should be looking for that set that off.
I think earlier in life I was really headed toward the non-acceptance of emotions. I'm turning that around, but I'm still just gaining my intrinsic knowledge of what emotions are and how I experience them inside myself - let alone trying to express them. As courage is a huge thing for me, I enjoyed the reflection on fear in this course as not being a thing that is trying to stop you, but being a thing that is trying to make you be more careful. I feel better able to come up with a response [to emotions] that will dramatically improve my life rather than stewing in some victimhood mentality.
Previously I didn't understand what emotions were for, and that they were actually useful in everyday life. My favourite part was the explanations for what each emotion tells us about ourselves. A well thought-out course.
I feel more comfortable with myself and more optimistic, busy and sharp. I still find expressing attraction and initiating eye contact (in clubs) difficult although my confidence when dancing is higher than in years. Anger, happiness and disgust were all especially helpful. I think anger was the most useful though as my misuse of it has been a root cause of problems and has distorted some of my other emotions.