Emotions Revealed

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Aristotle said

Anyone can become angry-that is easy. But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way this is not easy.

Aristotle, The Nicomachean Ethics

Aim

The aim of this presentation is to give a brief information about emotional states of human being in socio cultural environment and how to surmount and reflect within the distorted socio economic environment.

To Know Thyself is the beginning of wisdom.

- Socrates

What you know

What you do not know

& 3.What you do not know you do not know

INFORMATION-KNOWLEDGE-WISDOM

FIVE elements:

Prithvi (Hindi: ,), Earth 12%Apas/Jal (Hindi: ,), Water 72%Agni(Hindi:,), Fire 4%Vayu (Hindi: ,), Air 6%Aakash(Hindi: ), Space 6%

CELLSTISSUESORGANS

FUNCTIONAL

1.CIRCULATORY SYSTEM2.DIGESTIVE SYSTEM3.ENDOCRINE SYSTEM4.IMMUNE SYSTEM5.INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM

SYSTEMS

6.LYMPHATIC SYSTEM7.URINARY SYSTEM8.NERVOUS SYSTEM9.REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM10.RESPIRATORY SYSTEM11.MUSCULOSKELATAL SYSTEM

REALITY

VS

VIRTUAL REALITY

EXPERIENCING SELF

VS

MEMORY SELF

THE TELL TALE BRAIN

Umweltoomvelt/nounthe world as it is experienced by a particular organism with its sensory organs.

Asenseis aphysiologicalcapacity oforganismsthat provides data forperception.

5 SENSES

Sightorvision(adjectival form: visual/optical)Hearingoraudition(adjectival form: auditory)Tasteorgustation(adjectival form: gustatory))Smellorolfaction(adjectival form: olfactory)Touchorsomatosensation(adjectival form: somatic)

NON TRADITIONAL SENSES

BALANCE & ACCELARATION (Vestibular)PAIN (Nociception)KINESTHETIC SENSE ( Proprioception)HEAT ( Thermoception)

Sightorvision(adjectival form: visual/optical)

Hearingoraudition(adjectival form: auditory)

Tasteorgustation(adjectival form: gustatory)

Smellorolfaction(adjectival form: olfactory)

Touchorsomatosensation(adjectival form: somatic)

THE PURPOSE OF LIFE

EXPAND THE LIFE SPAN OF THE PLANET

REIGNITE YOUR SENSES

CULTIVATION OF PERCEPTION

CULTURE vs COMMERCE

WE ALL ARE STORY TELLERS

ENERGY IN MOTION = EMOTION

EMOTIONS

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCEPERSUIT OF

HAPPINESS - STRENGTH - HEALTH

MISTAKING IQ FOR EQTo become professionally successful

Cognitive AbilityTechnical KnowledgeTwice as much of Emotional Intelligence.

THE AMYGDALA HIJACK

MAD - BAD - SAD - GLAD

Self Awareness Self Regulation Motivation Empathy Social Skills

Its worth improving

Perceiving Emotions the ability to perceive other peoples faces and voice and recognize how they are feeling. As well as your own.

Using Emotions the ability to think well and problem solve effectively

Understanding Emotions the ability to be sensitive to and comprehend others subtle and complex emotion.

Managing Emotions the ability to manage and regulate your emotions so they save you, not hinder you.

Step one: Take Control

First, recognise that, rather than it being someone else who has made us feel bad, we have done it to ourselves. We have created that negative emotion within our own body. The increased muscle tension and racing heart was created by us. Owning the fact that you did it and you can change it is vital if you want to alter how you feel.

Step two: Breathing

To regulate your emotions, you need to become aware of your own physiological state and, in particular, your heart rate variability signal. You can learn to control this using rhythmic (not deep) breathing. This will alter your physiology from a chaotic to a much more coherent state. With more stable physiology, you can begin to control your emotions rather than letting them control you.

Step three: Emotion

Controlling your breathing and heart rate variability is only the start of the process. You also need to be able to choose the right emotional state for all situations and recognise what emotional state you are in right now.Most people can only identify about a dozen different emotional states on a regular basis. Many of them are negative such as anxiety, anger, frustration, tiredness, boredom, confusion or disappointment. But there are not just a dozen distinguishable emotional states, there are 34,000.

Step four: Real-time awareness

Having become aware that there are many different emotions and that you may not be entirely sure what emotion you are actually experiencing, you can now start to develop better emotional literacy, allowing you to differentiate at least 50 different emotions on a regular basis. The purpose of an emotion is to drive action. If you are not sure whether you are angry or anxious, then you are liable to choose the wrong action and, therefore, the wrong behaviour.

Step five: Change

Once you are more aware of your emotions and you can accurately identify them, the real game changer for performance is to actually change how you feel. Being able to move from frustration to determination, for example, will help you perform better and increase your chances of success.And if you change your emotional state to excitement or enthusiasm, for instance, you may be able to infect others with that feeling. This will have the added effect of drawing them towards you, improving your chances of influencing people, while also improving their performance.

Be Consistently AwareWith better awareness you make better choices with better choices you get better resultsFeedback to go forwardEmotional Intelligenceontinues to improve over the period of life. Keep studying expertsThe lessons of EQ are simple.

Six of the finest Minds in History on Emotional Intelligence

1. Socrates on Self Confidence2. Epicurus 3. Lucius Annaeus Seneca4. Michel Eyquem de Montaigne5. Arthur Schopenhauer6. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

CONSOLATIONS OF PHILOSOPHY

UNPOPULARITYNOT HAVING ENOUGH MONEYFRUSTRATIONINADEQUACYA BROKEN HEARTDIFFICULTIES

NO EGO; WEGO

HOW WE LEARN

EXPRESSION&MEASUREMENT

OBSERVATION-IMITATION-REPEATATION

The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn. Alvin Toffler

BEING SUCCESSFUL IN 21ST CENTURY

INFORMATION OVERLOADDIGITAL AMNESIATECHNOLOGICAL SINGULARITYPARADOX OF CHOICE

CONSUMERISM AND STEM DISCIPLINE

THE UNINTENDED VICTIMS

YOUR ATTENTION IS THEIR BUSINESS

FOCUS

THE HIDDEN DRIVER OF EXCELLENCE

THE TIPPING POINT

THE COMPOUND EFFECT

Civilization is a race between education and catastrophe. HG Wells

PRACTICE PRINCIPLES

STRENGTH - PASSION - FLOW

PRACTICE MAKES PERMANENT

PERFECT PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT

Just do it and be a better version of yourself.

Build the best you....

THANK YOU

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