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4 Feelings and 4 Emotions
However, it is not because you are not aware of a distinction that this distinction is not acting in your life.
It is possible that most people actually carry mixed emotions in their bodies.
There is nothing wrong or bad about this. And, much disempowerment occurs through unconsciously mixing root emotions together.
For example, when you mix anger and sadness together you will have an experience known as depression. Depression is simply the name that has been given to what it feels like to blend anger with sadness. You can have the experience of depression any time you want simply by mixing anger and sadness together. You can also end the experience of depression any time you want simply by separating the anger and sadness from each other and experiencing and expressing each of them in their pure form.
The same is true for the other emotions mixes, as shown in the Map of Mixed Emotions below.
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These states can be easily and suddenly transformed when the emotions are separated and experienced in their pure form.
I have seen this demonstrated in remarkable fashion innumerable times when persons suffering from near catatonia by mixing together three or four emotions went through the short guided process of respectfully separating their emotions one from the other. These people suddenly regained levels of functionality and relationship they had not experienced in years, if ever.
This is a revolutionary discovery, as yet unknown in modern society. Even healing practitioners, for the most part, do not yet teach the simple inner navigation skills of separating the emotions. And they could. Here is the thoughtmap.
Although largely unknown in mainstream culture, having clarity about mixed emotions is a cornerstone of next culture. If you are a psychotherapist, mediator, trainer, consultant, healer or nurse and you demand that your clients separate their emotions while they communicate, you may be shocked by how effectively this procedure brings a person back into their own natural health and sanity.
Here is a scary question: how many people take brain drugs or are locked away in institutions simply because they submit themselves to the belief system of a society that does not yet have clarity about mixed emotions?
Bringing clarity about emotions into mainstream society starts with teaching teachers. If you care about children then you have a job on your bench: find ways to require teachers in modern-society schools to gain adult level feeling skills and communications training as elements of their qualification before being certified to work as a teacher.
Will you do it?
EXPERIMENT UNMIXEMO.01: UNMIX EMOTIONS #1
Phase 1 of emotion work includes unmixing emotion two, three or four at a time.
The four primary emotions – mad, sad, glad, and scared – are useful for healing when experienced in their pure form. Mixing emotions is not bad or wrong; it simply creates certain disempowering results, such as superiority, lack of self-esteem, confusion, or depression.
Modern culture does not want its citizens empowered to think and feel independently or it would provide an entirely different educational system. Next culture requires clear emotions from you. Your first steps into next culture may well be through unmixing your emotions.
For this example we will unmix anger and sadness, which when mixed cause the sensation of depression.
Mixing anger with sadness is like mixing cow poop 💩 and milk 🥛. Cow poop has its uses. Milk has other uses. Mixing the two together produces slime. The same is true of emotions. Even if you feel both anger and sadness about the same thing, the two emotions can be experienced and expressed distinctly and clearly, each in its own measure and to its own end.
To step out of depression (or other mixed emotions), follow this procedure: