“I go to books and to nature as the bee goes to a flower, for a nectar that I can make into my own honey.”
Today’s demonstrated themes were Disgust and Anger! We reviewed aspects of information gathering and interpretation within the decision-making process!
The concept of time allows one to separate their self from any emotion to generate the objective point of view necessary to see a bigger picture. As nothing remains permanent, emotions become more inviting and play a resourceful role in understanding any situation. Metaphorically, taking a step back, offers a sense of self-control over how intense one desires to feel something. History and perspective are a valid application. We all have the potential to become information gatherers. When we apply context as a variable to produce a theory for outcome this creates abstract thinking.
We discussed applying a context to an emotion and importance of reflecting on change through time as well as theory development for outcome. For example, one’s average life expectancy is 78 years x 365 days per year. This offers 28,470 opportunities to feel, process, and express at least one emotion each day. Efficacy in identifying each emotion increases through understanding it’s expression within different perspectives and contexts.
More available inside The Emotional Advantage (First Edition) Volume One (All Ages).
We had so much fun! Fabulous work everyone! Thank you for your support and participation!
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