The encyclopedia of emotions



THE ENCYCLOPEDIAOF EMOTIONS covers 350 emotions and their interpretations, as well as a helping hand on how to use this information constructively.Emotions guide us, help us recover or take next steps, and give informationabout what our true self needs.Emotions give us feedback on how our inner world is dealing with the outer world. By understanding this, we learn to communicate with our deepest self and we can tune our belief system to who we truly are.By doing this we attract a life that is more and more aligned with our deepest being, freeing the way to live our full potential.With this work, Vera is giving us tangible guidance to help us discover uncharted areas. Not just for ourselves, but also to use as a diagnostic tool.What participants in the training say:“A unique and ground-breaking vision”“This should be included on every social education syllabus”


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The Emotion Expertise Centre has the objective of transferring knowledge and insight about the meaning of, message, functioning of and dealing with emotions.
We strive to get emotions back to the positive attention they deserve, so that people can function in balance with themselves and their environment.

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