Accessing and Responding to Feelings

Feelings are more than meaningless "emotions". They enable us to interpret our world. Learn how to recognize the six universal emotions.

One major contributor to suffering is not being able to recognize feelings. The role of the therapist is to help the client notice and identify their feelings and not push them away. This video reviews the six universal biologically-rooted emotions. It reviews the function of emotions. It also suggest looking at emotions like a life compass as opposed to something to run away from.

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