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Emotions on a pen By A'ley Agumagu
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A'ley tried to capture the emotions women feel during and after a relationship, she managed to capture the raw feelings, vulnerability and chaos that fills a relationship in the 21st century. This... More > book answers and asks questions about the mistakes, and excuses women make in relationships and marriages that are only a danger to their growth. She managed to use sarcasm, humour, metaphors and unapologetic direct words that are able to provoke an emotion from the reader.< Less
Love, Hate and Other Emotions By Elaine Creed
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A Collection Of Short Poems By Elaine Creed. Love, Hate and Other Emotions contains various poems about different emotions and how they affect people...
10 Degrees of Emotion By Clayton Underhill
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10 Degrees of Emotion dives into the rich realm of a humans emotional states in an effort to capture the true essence of each one. Each metaphorical story tries to best describe the emotion it ties... More > with.< Less
The Emotional I Ching By chris lofting
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(Softcover) This book presents the I Ching as an example of a language, a language of the vague, and as such shows the ability of the I Ching to describe itself by reference to itself. This... More > association with language allows for linking yang/yin with fight/flight - the language we call "emotions". Through consideration of current research into emotions, the book brings out the ability to translate the language of primary emotion into the language of yang/yin and so present a more consistent, precise, yang/yin interpretation of any situation given an emotional assessment of that situation. The appendix introduces a more general perspective on meaning derivation given our current knowledge about our neurology and the creation of symbols and metaphors.< Less
The Emotional I Ching By chris lofting
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(Hardcover) This book presents the I Ching as an example of a language, a language of the vague, and as such shows the ability of the I Ching to describe itself by reference to itself. This... More > association with language allows for linking yang/yin with fight/flight - the language we call "emotions". Through consideration of current research into emotions, the book brings out the ability to translate the language of primary emotion into the language of yang/yin and so present a more consistent, precise, yang/yin interpretation of any situation given an emotional assessment of that situation. The appendix introduces a more general perspective on meaning derivation given our current knowledge about our neurology and the creation of symbols and metaphors.< Less
The Conceptual Structure of Emotional Experience in Chinese By Brian King
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This is a PhD dissertation that analyzes the metaphors and metonymies found in Chinese emotion concepts, such as ANGER, FEAR, HAPPINESS, SADNESS, and WORRY and looks at the role of culture in the... More > folk models which structure them. Completed in 1989, it was the first detailed attempt to look at Chinese emotion metaphors using the Cognitive Linguistic Framework developed in Metaphors We Live By (Lakoff and Johnson 1980). The content should be equally accessible to cognitive linguists interested in Chinese metaphors, universals of metaphors, emotion metaphors, or to Chinese language learners wanting to expand their vocabulary in a meaningful and systematic way.< Less
The Conceptual Structure of Emotional Experience in Chinese By Brian King
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This is a PhD dissertation that analyzes the metaphors and metonymies found in Chinese emotion concepts, such as ANGER, FEAR, HAPPINESS, SADNESS, and WORRY and looks at the role of culture in the... More > folk models which structure them. Completed in 1989, it was the first detailed attempt to look at Chinese emotion metaphors using the Cognitive Linguistic Framework developed in Metaphors We Live By (Lakoff and Johnson 1980). The content should be equally accessible to cognitive linguists interested in Chinese metaphors, universals of metaphors, emotion metaphors, or to Chinese language learners wanting to expand their vocabulary in a meaningful and systematic way.< Less
The Conceptual Structure of Emotional Experience in Chinese By Brian King
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This is a PhD dissertation that analyzes the metaphors and metonymies found in Chinese emotion concepts, such as ANGER, FEAR, HAPPINESS, SADNESS, and WORRY and looks at the role of culture in the... More > folk models which structure them. Completed in 1989, it was the first detailed attempt to look at Chinese emotion metaphors using the Cognitive Linguistic Framework developed in Metaphors We Live By (Lakoff and Johnson 1980). The content should be equally accessible to cognitive linguists interested in Chinese metaphors, universals of metaphors, emotion metaphors, or to Chinese language learners wanting to expand their vocabulary in a meaningful and systematic way.< Less
HOW THE BRAIN FEELS Working with Emotion and Cognition By Philip Harland
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Popular psychology / therapy / coaching / education. "Let my heart be wise. It is the gods' best gift." A detailed guide to working with emotion and cognition for therapists, counsellors,... More > coaches, teachers, managers, and health professionals. Psychotherapist Philip Harland relates recent scientific research into the inter-dependency of feeling and thinking to David Grove's work in Clean Language and Therapeutic Metaphor. He describes powerful new ways of enhancing emotional intelligence that will be of value to clients and facilitators alike.< Less
Enchanted Fairy Taps: A Child's Introduction to Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) By Adel Rawlinson
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A metaphorical story for children teaching the invaluable self help tool EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) Due to its amazing results, EFT is one of the fastest growing therapies and is being used... More > by therapists, doctors, psychiatrists worldwide. Simply put, EFT is a form of psychological acupuncture which involves tapping on key meridian points on the head and torso to align the subtle energy system within the body. This book teaches a tool which can help every single child with the issues they face on a daily basis - whether that is fear of the dark or grief following the death of a grandparent. EFT is safe, non-invasive and perfect for children due to its ease of application. Common childhood issues for which EFT can prove helpful; Bed wetting Confidence Fear ie; of the dark Anger/upset School issues/learning difficulties Physical problems ie, asthma/grazed knee ADD-ADHD Upset following parents splitting Grief Basically, try it on anything...< Less

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