Can you have a feeling without a thought?

Can you have a feeling without a thought?

3 Answers. The “quick” answer is no. However, because you used the word “every feeling”, it will take only one feeling without thought, to negate the premise. Yes, and this is also sometimes followed by a conscious thought which can also precede the feeling but may happen after the feeling has been triggered.

How are thoughts and emotions connected?

Thoughts and emotions have a profound effect on one another. Thoughts can trigger emotions (worrying about an upcoming job interview may cause fear) and also serve as an appraisal of that emotion (“this isn’t a realistic fear”). In addition, how we attend to and appraise our lives has an effect on how we feel.

What are the thoughts and feelings?

In the primary case, in the standard situation, feelings come first. Thoughts are ways of dealing with feelings – ways of, as it were, thinking our way out of feelings – ways of finding solutions that meets the needs that lie behind the feelings. The feelings come first in both a hierarchical and a chronological sense.

What is love Short Line?

75 Beautiful Short Love Quotes

  • “Love is when the other person’s happiness is more important than your own.”
  • “Life is the flower for which love is the honey.”
  • “To love and be loved is to feel the sun from both sides.”
  • “Love’s greatest gift is its ability to make everything it touches sacred.”

What are examples of feelings?

Here’s a look at what each of these five categories involves.

  • Enjoyment. People generally like to feel happy, calm, and good.
  • Sadness. Everyone feels sad from time to time.
  • Fear. Fear happens when you sense any type of threat.
  • Anger. Anger usually happens when you experience some type of injustice.
  • Disgust.

How do you process thoughts and feelings?

Based on what you conclude from processing you may need to;

  1. Get a need met.
  2. Address distorted thinking.
  3. Assert yourself with someone.
  4. Re-establish a boundary.
  5. Let the feeling pass.
  6. Express your thoughts and feelings to someone or through journaling.
  7. Re-align yourself with your values and take corrective action.