Kevin Baker en humanaura, beBee in English, Entrepreneurs System Analyst • 12/9/2017 · 1 min de lectura · +200

Grounding is a feeling not an emotion !

A great confusion exists still about the difference between a feeling or an emotion. Fine line that overlaps near continuously but not completely. What I found most confusing is the actual definitions of these two entities also overlapping in context. My interpretation towards """grounding""" .

What does grounding mean to you? How do you define it? Leave comments please. As a varied amount of perception leads to a more clear and concise result.

Grounding to me is a feeling. A very concrete and certain state of being calm in my consciousness as well as my unconscious, my physical cells and spirit. Permeating throughout my entire person hood. A unmistakable surety, not an emotion. I perceive emotion to be about, for and through my ego or consciousness. Emotion is a chemical reaction from the brain that travels through the blood, actually creating atmospheric change. Ever consider why children are more closer to the mother's personality then the father's in the first few years? This would be the result of a coping program created during pregnancy when both child and mother share the same blood. We are capable of coping with life by what we learn and rarely but not unheard of, our expanding and creation of new personal dynamics.

Grounding is being certain, unmovable in conviction, a knowing. It has no emotional base though emotions spring from this state of mind resulting in personal confidence. Grounding comes about during those rare moments we are actually calm, still, suspended. During panic or anxiety to ground oneself and achieve this state to me is the most valuable coping skill. Something you want a Dr. or paramedic to have when your broken and perhaps bleeding profusely and they know how to react or act in the result of saving you.

Grounding is having done everything poss