It seems to me we are on the same wave-length here. The language around “feeling” is tricky. I am not talking about “narrative emotions” nor am I merely talking about body sensations. I like to use the word “affective tone.” But you can trace both body sensations and narrative emotions down to “affective tone” which I think of as “core feelings.”

The idea is to see that core feelings are value-laden. That is a significant learning-point. And yes, would love to compare notes.

see you on skype or meet on zoom?

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