1. A feeling or desire to hit out at someone or something that may result from a real or perceived injury, mistreatment, opposition, etc. wrath; indignation; rage; ire. 2. Implies emotional agitation of varying intensity aroused by great displeasure.
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1. An affective state of consciousness in which joy, anger, fear, hate, etc., is experienced, as distinguished from cognitive and volitional states of consciousness. 2. The depth of feeling. 3. Any strong agitation of the feelings actuated by experiencing love, enthusiasm, fear, etc., and usually accompanied by physiological changes, such as increased heartbeat or respiration. These often manifest as, sweating, crying or shaking. 4. Energy in motion. 5. The effort to put someone or something into motion. 6. The connector between mental plans and physical actions. Without emotion, the thoughts cannot translate into actions or results. The Optima Zones are a direct measure or scale of emotion.
1. A very unpleasant feeling of alarm or disquiet caused by the expectation of danger, pain, disaster etc. 2. Terror; dread; apprehension. 3. Anxiety and agitation felt at the real or perceived presence of danger. 4. The feeling of fear covers a wide spectrum of emotion from mild worry and anxiety on one end to terror and freezing, unable to move on the other.
1. An Intense emotional feeling of suffering that is caused by loss, disaster, misfortune, regret, etc. 2. Acute sorrow; deep sadness. The person in grief cries for help and pleas for sympathy. 3. Expressed as sorrow. When a person cannot feel or express their grief, or they refuse to accept a loss, they suppress, deny and disown it often resulting in a state of denial as if the loss or cause of their grief never happened. 4. Grief as an emotion is in the Redzone and Denial is in the Brownzone.
1. Agreement in feeling or opinion; accord. 2. A pleasing combination of musical sounds. 3. An orderly or pleasing combination of elements in a whole. 4. A relationship in which various components exist together without destroying one another. 5. A relationship characterized by a lack of conflict or by agreement, as of opinion or interest.
1. A feeling of wanting to know or find out about something. 2. Interest is more consideration than attention and is, therefore, attention with intention. 3. Attention with an intention to give or attract attention. 4. A state of curiosity or concern about or attention to something. 5. A right, claim, or legal share: an interest in the new company. 6. Something in which such a right, claim or share is held. 7. A person or group of persons holding such a right, claim or share. 8. Involvement with or participation in something. 9. A charge for a loan, usually a percentage of the amount loaned.