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Spiritual concepts

Emotions examples

Emotions are the output of the function of Emotion.  Emotions thus also are Contrasting and have Intensity.  In the tables that follow I have provided some example emotions.  The list is not intended to be exhaustive.

The table is different from the one I used to show Example Emotions with their Intensity.  In the table here I have tried to add a lot more examples of feelings to show just how many emotions we seem to possess.  What is also rather interesting on analysis is that we seem better at finding words for and expressing the 'negative' emotions than we do the positive ones

Out of interest I have also shown how the Greeks used gods to personify these functions – the Greek god is shown in the extra column of the tables. 

In reading the table you should be able to see that for each emotional output which is generated there will be a function of Emotion that generates that emotional output.


The feeling of …

The contrasting feeling of

Archetypes or gods

Affection, liking, adoration, fondness



Arousal, desire, lust, passion, infatuation

Coolness, frigidity



Repulsion, Disgust,  contempt, loathing


Bliss, elation, ecstasy, euphoria

Emotional pain, distress

Psyche was the Greek goddess of emotional pain

Bravery, fearlessness, courage, confidence

Fearfulness, timidity, terror, dread, alarm, shock, fright, horror


Calmness, tranquillity, placidity, being at ease, peacefulness

Panic, nervousness, agitation, anxiety, restlessness, over excitement, feverishness, torment, hysteria, tenseness, uneasiness, apprehension, being worried, being distressed

Both Irene and Venus represented the peaceful state.
Pan was the god of panic [which is where the term derives] and Oizys was the personification of misery and  the goddess of distress, worry, and anxiety. Her Latin name is Miseria, from which the English word 'misery' is derived.

Calmness, control

Anger, fury, rage, outrage, wrath, hostility, ferociousness, bitterness, scorn, spite, vengefulness

 The Furies personified fury and rage - Erinyes – Alecto

Calmness, not manic

Frenzied, manic

Dionysius in part personified the feelings of frenzy

Cheerfulness, jollity, joviality, being merry, mirthfulness, amusement, gleefulness

Sullenness, dourness,  being glum,  being gloomy, moodiness, sulkiness



Discontentment,  regretfulness, resentfulness, envy, covetousness, jealousy


Being energetic, dynamism, enthusiasm,  zestfulness, eagerness

Fatigue, tiredness, weariness


Excitement, being thrilled, exhilaration, enthrallment, rapture

Being bored, boredom


Happiness, Joyfulness

Unhappiness, sorrow, misery, melancholy, grief, despair, dejection, being morose, sadness, woefulness, depression

The Graces personified Joy and happiness
Oizys represented aspects of misery, along with Moros.  Moros was the personification of Doom or the feelings of being morose

Hope, optimism

Despair, hopelessness, pessimism


Inclusion, not being lonely

Loneliness, exclusion, being ostracised, alienation, isolation, neglect, rejection


Innocence, blamelessness

Guilt, shame, regret, remorse


Passion, enthusiasm



Being pleased, not annoyed

Aggravation, irritation,  annoyance, grouchiness, grumpiness, being cross, being miffed, being nettled, being peeved, being 'pissed off', being riled


Being pleased, not frustrated or exasperated

Exasperated, frustrated, displeased, dismayed, disappointed


Not in pain

In Pain, in agony, suffering, hurt, in anguish

Algea was the Greek god of pain

Pity, sympathy, empathy

Pitilessness, callousness


Pride,  triumph

Humility, mortification, embarrassment



Being burdened


Being secure or safe



Being sober, sobriety

Being intoxicated

Dionysius and Bacchus both personified feelings of intoxication

Surprise, Amazement, astonishment, being astounded, being stunned

Not being surprised, unsurprised



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