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Emotions are not to be Equated with Feelings

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As explained, emotions are not to be equated with feelings, because a great difference exists between the two: emotions arise completely spontaneously from some sort of internal or external situation, and are hard to bring control by means of the thoughts.

In contrast to emotions, which cannot be steered, feelings can be very well guided and led in particular directions, simply through the kind of thoughts and their might.

All of this is in contrast to feeling, which, as a rule, are built up consciously - in certain cases also unconsciously - by means of lines of thought; consequently, their emergence can be recognised, percieved and observed as well as controlled.