Kinesthetic keys to trigger emotions

Kinesthetic keys to trigger emotions - everything related to the body: breathing, tension/relaxation, posture, facial expressions, expressive movements, etc. Go to the gym, load yourself up properly and try to be sad. Most likely you will fall asleep from fatigue, but you will not be sad.

Expressive movements not only reflect emotions, but are one of the natural channels of their launch. The one who owns his expressive movements can use them to trigger the right emotions. The one who has expressive movements bright, but involuntary, triggers emotions in himself against his will. If you master relaxation and learn to live emotionally difficult situations without expressive movements, calmness will be the main tone in your soul.

In the army, they are not accustomed to the format for nothing: how to stand properly, how to salute, how to respond to orders, what should be on the face, where the arms should be and what the shoulders should be. The one who bends under future fear in advance and allows himself (in advance) frightened eyes begins to be afraid faster. Train yourself to hold yourself in the face of fear with straightened shoulders and bold eyes - in the army, this is not taught by chance. A loud, confident voice is also part of the format of a bold, cheerful format. See the Civilian and Army format and Working with Fear

The habit of expressive movements makes us more emotional. And more emotionally unprotected

Expressive movements are largely the result of habit. If a child is used to reacting emotionally to everything: with a shout, round eyes, a splash of hands or immediately lowered shoulders, then his learned emotional expressiveness will be the cause of his vivid emotional experiences. Once it will be great and great, he will be bright and noticeable in the company, but if you need to take a splinter out of his leg, then it will hurt him more than others: he will habitually twist his face in pain, tremble and moan in advance. In this case, he shivers and moans more than others, not because it hurts him more than others, but because he is used to accompanying everything that happens with tension and expressive movements. He makes such a terrible face, not because it hurts so terribly, but it hurts so terribly, because he makes such a terrible face.

If a person is used to reacting to everything with a calm face, watching for inner relaxation, then he tolerates the situation of pain easier. As long as he does not tense up, does not twist his face, does not lose his breath - everything is tolerable. I couldn't resist, turned on my face, strained my body, knocked out my breath - pain pierces the whole body.

Tension and level of emotional reaction

Each of us has a familiar muscle tone – some normal level of tension/relaxation. And there is a level of tension that is specific to each individual emotion. This level can either be inherited from your parents, or randomly formed in the course of your personal life.

The important thing is that this tone (the level of general tension of the body) can interfere with or help your emotions! The general rule is this: body tension makes emotions sharper and brighter, relaxation reduces and softens emotions. Therefore, for example, phlegmatic people have much less explosive and picturesque joy and enthusiasm than choleric people. Therefore, a person who has learned to remove fear or anger by relaxation may note that positive emotions "have also become weaker."

Conclusion: when emotions interfere with us, we relax, breathe through our nose and watch our breathing. And if we have joy, then we accelerate our internal tempo, strain ourselves and celebrate with all our might! For example, March 8th!