Facts nobody told you about emotions

Do you know that different emotions lead to different actions?

Anger, for example, is a harbinger of an attack. Fear is a signal to withdraw. Grief is a sign to be quiet and do nothing. Apathy is a signal of death or a feigned death to drive away from an attacker.

Emotions have two purposes: Thought, through emotions, tries to stop an action, one’s own, or someone else’s. Thought through emotions tries to start an action, one’s own, or someone else’s. Anger, for example, is an attempt to stop someone else’s action. Fear is an attempt to start one’s own action, to escape.

Various glandular secretions are injected into the system to achieve these results. There is a whole scale of emotions to provoke certain movements.

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One can experience his own emotions and those of the surroundings, ie. counter-emotions. The most important emotion is the long-term one, the mood we are usually in, even when we are alone. Short-term emotions can be very much dependent on the news we hear and the events that happen to us. But more interestingly, this real, long-term emotion affects even the events of our lives, and there is no surprise in that.

The question is do you know how to use their influence for a better life?

Change your life through knowledge of emotions!

Source: Book Self Analysis