Posts Tagged ‘proverbs about emotions’

Amplitude expands a mood, and silence makes it stronger. 

A feeling sends us reeling; a thought catches us.  

With every quiet, soloed brood comes the thinking-calming mood. 

Plentitude is good for mood. 

Decor is mood; design is attitude. 

Color spills from the mind; hue, value, chroma twine. 

Moods and seasons; thoughts and reasons.  

Mood is found in family food. 

Fire and rain; passion and brain.  

As sweet and savory equals good so warm and safe equals mood. 

Feel, reel, congeal. 

Feeling is good for healing.

Mic your head; hear your heart.

I feel, I love, I love therefore I feel.

Feelings are traffic lights — run them, risk them.

Fame and shame snort the same cocaine.

Feelings are full of false threats; reality packs an emotional knockout punch.

Thinkers error; feelers beware.

Feelings are like adult children; they keep moving back home.

Think in the face of irrationality; feel within the eye of the emotional storm.

Our real faces surface in the safest places.

No emotion performs alone; all sing and dance within the great choral entourage of feeling.