Feeling is not sometime a reality…!!!

Feeling is not sometimes a reality…!!!
HARISH MONGA DIDO

Among the various healing treatments, the feeling is one of the therapies which too can cure ‘black holes’ of depression without drugs.

Sometime back during my search over feeling, I was put wiser that feeling cards are available online for the children to teach them about the seven basic emotions – happy, sad, scared, tired, thoughtful, angry and surprised.  By seeing the cards, kids can learn as to how these can be expressed.  Using tactile and visual resources such as card tests is a great way to build different learning styles into your practice.  Placing such cards on the table with face down and asking a child to select cards randomly is not only fun but can generate surprising powerful insights. Take it granted that children will not remember you for the material things you provided but for the feeling that you cherished them.

A feeling can be felt only by an individual such as hunger or pain. Similarly, believing or seeing and making your mind is an also personal feeling, presumably because they lack a somatic or bodily dimension.

Similarly, hatred or hate is a deep and extreme emotional dislike especially invoking feelings of anger or resentment. It is often associated with feelings of anger, disgust and a disposition towards hostility.

I recollect that an older timer Homeopathic doctor used to diagnose by placing the card on the desk and asking the patients to lift the card about the symptoms of the disease. But now the technology is so advanced and made easier for the doctor to give the suitable medicine on the basis of feeding the warning sign of the disease in the system.

I love my daughter, but there is a certain feeling, a certain emotion why I got a granddaughter, you know.

Frankly speaking, every portrait that is painted with feeling is a portrait of the artist, not of the sitter. For many years, I had a very concept that what you feel is a reality.   Do you know that you will never know the feeling of a driver when winning a race? The helmet hides feelings that cannot be understood.

Stancy London has made it very clear in his words that seeing, feeling, thinking, believing - these are the stages of how we change our style on the outside and our self-image on the inside.

Recently, when one of my classmates forwarded me a photograph of a visually impaired person from Blind Home, sitting on the Royal Enfield motorcycle but unfortunately, he could not drive the vehicle.  The moment the thought came to my mind changing my old perception – the feeling is a reality – to feeling is not sometimes a reality.


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