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Negative Emotions

Negative emotions are an example of the wrong work of the emotional centre. They are unnecessary, and an important part of awakening is to free ourselves from their grip.

Negative emotions are things like fear, anger, envy, greed, sloth, and also pleasant things like enthusiasms, passions, and certain forms of love. They are based on identification and imagination --- they keep us asleep.

The pleasant type are characterised by a tendency to turn into their opposites --- for example when we end up hating people we were formerly `in love' with. Real emotions do not turn into their opposites...

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