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Different Types Of Feelings

Feelings and emotions have to be differentiated, so you can be more acquainted with whats happening to you. For example, emotions are perceived and are the causes of certain reactions. Feelings, on the other hand, are subjective and not entirely scientific and logical. What one person feels may not be felt by another.

There is a list of feelings that can help you describe what is happening in your heart. It wouldnt hurt to know these feelings, as they can help you identify and acknowledge them. Furthermore, these feelings have ranges and these will depend on what stimulates them.

Feelings are either pleasant or unpleasant. Pleasant feelings are categorized as thus - open, happy, alive, good, love, interested, positive and strong. If you feel open to people and situations, your feelings can be specified as the following:

Understanding - You are open to what people feel and experience. You begin to understand what they are going through, though you dont have to be overly sympathetic. Confident - You are open to possibilities. You welcome whatever events may happen next and you are not afraid to try. Reliable - This is another example of being open to possibilities, but its limited to the help that you can give to people. You acknowledge yourself as a source of help and you welcome people to you. Easy - This is almost similar to confidence. This time, you feel at ease with everything. You dont feel anxious. Free - You feel that you are not tied down with hang ups. You are liberated from your worries. When youre happy, you will feel that the degree of happiness varies. Great - You feel this when something you have been excited about actually happens. You feel awesome, too. Joyous - Similar to feeling great, you are joyous when you feel all the positive things happen to you. You want to celebrate victory. Fortunate - When you feel fortunate, there is a sort of a tranquil quality to it. You dont feel great, but the happiness is somehow serene. You may not feel like jumping up and down, but you still feel at peace in your heart. Overjoyed - Consider this feeling great, only times two. Festive - When you feel festive, its as if you want to party and just dance around. You are giddy and ecstatic at the same time. Sunny - You feel cheerful and as if you want to be all smiles. Its not too special a feeling, but its just a form of feeling good and everything is okay for you.

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