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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamato Nadeshiko View Post
    I don't know about Fi or other Fe users, but I'm more about understanding my feelings than expressing them. I can't stand expressing them physically, especially in front of other people. I was on the verge of tears in my therapy session the other day and the thought of crying in front of my therapist made me want to jump off a cliff.
    Does writing them out or some other forms of external expression without people help you?


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    I found the website I was thinking of:

    SUPERFORMULA!

    To me each emotion seems to have a shape or visualization associated with it, but unlike with something like synaesthesia these states are not unique per se, however they can be repeating. As the activities I do change they oscillate at different frequencies along the surface. So something smooth and continuous like riding a wave on a surfboard might be a low frequency wave and the shape wil appear more uniform on the surface and globular(?) but something that requires a lot of rapid change may seem very "spiky" and or discontinuous in the pattern. There is a "sweet spot" where the patterns tend to oscillate in terms of one another and I try to remain in that zone. The colors can change depending on the intensity and quality of the emotion.
    "Ce que nous connaissons est peu de chose, ce que nous ignorons est immense."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smilephantomhive View Post
    Does writing them out or some other forms of external expression without people help you?
    Maybe. I think meditation works the best though, for working through unpleasant ones.
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    With all due respect,
    The Cat.

    I stole the moon
    I made the stars align
    I showed you how to fly
    And you made me the bad guy
    I fought for you
    I kept you safe at night
    I would have risked my life
    And you made me the bad guy...
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    I like to use a little slice and dice action. Any volunteers for my demonstration?

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    I feel them slow and deep. I analyze and make sense of my internal world and have an understanding of my internal cause-and-effects already, so once the emotion is identified, I can usually understand it. If it involves social interactions that are negative then I get caught into negative loops because it can't resolve when parts are unknown and outside of myself. Also, it takes me longer to know what I feel in social interactions because it takes a while to get a sense of what the other person means. I have a need to sort it through and put it to rest. If I create something, that seems to help resolve it.

    An social example is that I was trying to make friends in a new place and found a group of older hippie ladies that would dance in the park. I got on their message list and would come. The leader was mostly only critiquing me, even though the others weren't getting the moves. I first assumed it was positive that she thought I could learn it, but the last time I went, she would mimic me in a very mocking way. I thought it didn't bother me because I didn't feel any real friendship connection, but then later when I was practicing I noticed my self-esteem was low. I don't like to admit she could affect me, but I believe in being honest with myself. Now I know I need to avoid people who mock me even if I don't expect any connection because they trigger feelings that I already have about myself from past experience that have nothing to do with them. For me emotional processing involves raw honesty and then making decisions to prevent the negative ones from happening.
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    Horribly.

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    I tend to have trouble recognizing my emotions in the heat of the moment. I typically have to take some time to reflect and think through things. Talking about how I'm feeling also helps a lot.

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