Emotion Vs Feelings
Note, I’ve written the word emotion in the singular. That is because emotion is just the eternal movement of energy.
‘Energy in motion’ is the best way to describe ‘emotion’.
Emotion doesn’t ‘feel’, it just moves around the cycle of cause and effect or ‘the law of attraction’ through us and therefore it is incorrect to associate ‘feelings’ and emotion in the same context. The faces on the ‘Emoji’s’ in the picture are expressing or ‘reflecting’ feelings (energy in vibration), not emotion (energy in forward motion).
When someone is ‘emotional’, the flow of their ‘energy in motion’ is being met with a temporary challenge. That challenge is a thought or perception that for whatever perceived reason, something is blocking their energy in motion from accessing their primary motive - peace, love or joy, in which case a sad or grumpy face would be appropriate. OR it can see a way through to it and the movement speeds up.
Taking the example of a perceived block to access, either real or imagined, the energy vibrates in the body associated with the quality of the thought as a ‘feeling’. A perceived block may generate a feeling of fear or frustration. On the other hand, if it speeds up due to an inspired thought, it may vibrate differently and we may ‘feel’ excited or grateful instead which leads us beautifully into the heart space where ‘all is well’ and where we can attract even more access to the ‘dormant state’ or frequency we want to live on - peace, love or joy.
If we reflect on our life and the choices and decisions we have made, we will notice that, as much as we would like to live on all 3 frequencies, one of the three has been our key motive or ‘driver’ all along. It is where we know (not believe - but know) where our ‘wellness’ lives. It is from this motive that our emotion is literally ‘motivated’.
Of course, we can reach these states in meditation for example but it’s a bit impractical to meditate 24/7 when ‘life’ is happening all the while, so it makes sense that we constantly chase it via our busy, daily lives.
So, our energy in motion (emotion) is motivated by our primary motive or cause, which is peace, love or joy. As our energy in motion smacks into our thoughts, the quality of the feeling that comes after will depend on the high or low frequency of those thoughts (beliefs and conditioning etc). The frequency of thought makes the energy vibrate in the body as a feeling. Depending on where that feeling is vibrating in the body, or better put, which chakra (energetic frequency receptor) will give you an idea of what frequency your thought or perception is about the situation or circumstance you find yourself in - nervousness in the sacral chakra or compassion in the heart chakra for example.
By keeping our thoughts positive not only helps our energy in motion (emotion) flow easier but the vibration of our feelings and therefore our mood can remain high. This is what keeps us physically and mentally well.