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6/10 Personal Exercise – Using ‘Feeling words’ for Total Wholeness

Sometimes, the hardest thing to do is to get the right word for how you really are feeling.  Here is a list of ‘Feeling Words’ that can help you put your emotions into better perspective.  This will bring a better understanding of your Emotions leading to more Total Wholeness.  Try and identify the intensity of what you are feeling rather than just ‘sad’. 

HAPPY

buoyant

brisk

calm

carefree

cheerful

comfortable

complacent

contented

ecstatic

elated

enthusiastic

excited

exhilarated

festive

generous

glad

grateful

hilarious

inspired

jolly

joyous

jubilant

light-hearted

merry

optimistic

peaceful

playful

pleased

relaxed

restful

satisfied

serene

surprised

sparkling

spirited

thrilled

vivacious

EAGER

anxious

ardent

avid

desire

enthusiastic

excited

intent

keen

zealous

SAD

ashamed

blah

compassionate

concerned

disappointed

discontented

discouraged

dismal

dreadful

dreary

dull

flat

gloomy

heavy-hearted

ill at ease

in the dumps

low

melancholy

moody

mournful

out   of sorts

quiet

sombre

sorrowful

sympathetic

shameful

unhappy

useless

worthless

HURT

aching

afflicted

crushed

despair

distressed

heartbroken

injured

isolated

lonely

nauseated

offended

pained

suffering

tortured

worried

ANGRY

annoyed

awkward

belligerent

bewildered

bitter

boiling

confused

cross

embarrassed

enrage

frustrated

fuming

furious

grumpy

indignant

inflamed

infuriated

irritated

offended

provoked

resentful

stubborn

sulky

sullen

wrathful

FEARLESS

bold

brave

confident

courageous

daring

determined

encouraged

hardy

heroic

impulsive

independent

reassured

secure

INTERESTED

absorbed

concerned

curious

engrossed

excited

fascinated

intrigued

 

DOUBTFUL

defeated

dubious

evasive

distrustful

helpless

hesitant

hopeless

indecisive

perplexed

pessimistic

powerless

questioning

sceptical

suspicious

unbelieving

uncertain

wavering

PHYSICAL

alive

breathless

empty

feisty

hollow

immobilised

paralysed

repulsed

sluggish

stretched

strong

sweaty

taut

tense

tired

uptight

weak

weary

AFFECTIONATE

aggressive

appealing

close

loving

passionate

seductive

sexy

tender

warm

MISC.

bored

cruel

distant

envious

humble

jealous

mixed-up

preoccupied

torn

AFRAID

alarmed

anxious

appalled

apprehensive

awed

cautious

cowardly

dependent

dismayed

doubtful

fearful

fidgety

frightened

gutless

hesitant

horrified

hysterical

impatient

insecure

nervous

panicky

petrified

pressured

shaky

shocked

scared

suspicious

terrified

threatened

timid

tragic

wishy-washy

worried

Adapted from p. 27 of “L.E.A.D. Consultants”

Make a list of your most common emotions.  Where have they come from?  What do you chose to do about them?  How can you handle them in a more healthy way?

Susanne Fengler, Blog Author

www.totalwholeness.mentorsnotebook.com/blog

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