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> an obituary for emotions
waechter418
post Oct 26, 2017, 02:48 PM
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Particular Projection/Reflection (P/R) modes engender particular emotions.

Being aberrations of Will the force of creation, and Love the force that unites (relates) its manifestations - emotions may be considered weak forces.
Strong force arises in the P/R equation of Will & Love

Emotions tend to distort and impede the operations of mind – markedly those regarding its Self-realization.

There are probably as many emotions as there are P/R varieties, although some, like envy & jealousy, emanate from similar confusions.

Concerning Self-realization, the most misleading emotions are wishes & hopes, as they stir the belief of Homo to be able to be someone else than he is.

Like all his weaknesses, Homo justifies his emotions too, claiming that they are essential for his survival as well as for being human, which might also be the reason for his belief that emotions make up a “person” (Latin: actors mask). A belief which has reached religious scales, considering that all the lost, the losers & those who want to play a role in life, make – with the help of media & commerce – ever more spectacles of their emotions, thus turning them into the most popular and successful self-deception-tool of modern times.

A fatal emotion is fear, as it impedes the interactivity of psyche & soma, and thus can paralyze the mind.
(An effective way to get rid of fear is doing everything that provokes and drives it to its limits.)

When emotions become too much for Homo to handle, his psychologists & moralists place them into sub-conscious & sinful regions, thus enabling to regard himself as their victim.
(Sub-consciousness denotes here a garbage disposal or dungeon of mind)

However, emotions can be useful too, when scorn and anger arise, inflaming the desire to get rid of this mess - and if they are joined by pride and the lust to fight, the much the better, as they enable to attack vigorous and joyful all that which obstructs Self-realization.
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post Feb 13, 2018, 07:54 AM
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Emotions can cause actions & reactions which, occasionally, chase each other throughout the life of their beholder.
Some emotions can affect adrenalin rushes & heart attacks, while others may bring about murder & suicide, or Eifel- & Trump-towers.
There are innumerable works about emotions and their effects, yet only few do mention that emotions are addictive. An omission that ought not to surprise, since addicts do not only tend to deny their predicament, but to elaborate sophisticated cover-ups, excuses & deceptions, and sometimes even try to seduce and to corrupt those who do not cherish
Anger - Anguish – Anxiety - Existenceangst - Disgust - Distrust - Hatred – Envy - Fear – Greed - Frustration – Grief – Guilt – Hostility - Humiliation - Jealousy - Regret – Rage – Remorse – Resentment - Sadness - Shame – Sorrow - Suffering ….
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Emotions are part and parcel to the human mechanism. The only problem with them is when the ego takes them and twists them into negative experiences.

A simple example. A person can walk into a movie theater and be entertained by the drama on the screen. Love stories fill the viewer with the ups and downs of loves trials and tribulations, ranging from approach, to fear, to jealousy, and even loss and suffering in sadness. Having experienced all of the emotional range the more entranced one is by the movie, the more accolades are offered to the cast, crew and director of the movie.

Then there are horror movies and murder mysteries, which offer more along the side of fear and anxiety.

When it becomes personal, the only reason it is treated differently, is because one (you, the observer) is separated from the reality of creation as the creator of your experience. One feels victim to the feeling(s) rather than having been in control, and having entered into the event voluntarily, as in the movie scenario.

Self Realization is the outcome of Yoga, Union, the joining of the subtle SELF (unmanifest Self) with the gross (manifest) self. It is the SELF which is eternal, and the self/ego that is manifest from the SELF. When one shifts the awareness from the outer to the inner by yoking the two together (as in Yoga or Union) one becomes the person observing the activity as does the person entering the theater to watch the movie. Rather than the actor on the screen.

Nothing of the world is inherently evil or bad. Nor is anything of the world other than a projection of the SELF.

The reason a person suffers is that from birth, the awareness has attached itself out of habit to experience, and as such, identifies with it rather that identifying with the observer who feels and experiences.

Life is meant to be experienced/enjoyed. No experience is better than another, other than through the filters of belief created by the identifications of the ego, which has become the identification with the object on the screen of the projected mind.

Freedom does not come from judging emotions or feelings, but rather from detachment to the belief in their destructive powers which is illusion. When the mind returns to the platform of the SELF, or the observer who paid for the ticket to observe the drama on the screen, Liberation or Self Realization is the result.
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