Topography of Tears - How We Show Emotions
on January 15, 2022
Emotions are a temporal character of human beingness. We characterize these phenomena as a reflection of past upheavals and experiences often consequential to the future. This is why Higher Density Living podcast considers an intricate discourse regarding emotion due to its temporal influence to affect the present reality.
This episode details a successive discussion regarding emotions with a blend of graphical presentation. A vivid perspective in visualization and cognitive imagery tells many about the upheaval and formation of crystallized liquid art. Your emotions affect physical health and material integrity aspects of yourself. Alex and Jason talk about various emotional phenomena in the physical-material reality of human beings. As they present visual guides to help navigate viewers the correlation between structural crystallize formations and the immaterial avatar of emotions we masked in our expressions. Tears are beautiful artifacts of nature We take a closer look at nature’s wonderful ornaments. We find a plurality of creational energy and artisanship of nature to sculpt unique structural texture, feel, and substance evocative to its emotional form.
Emotions are human things innate to nature fluent to affect feelings but these are not catalyst or determinant drives that decide the destiny of evolution. Creation, just like mundane choices, is based on the free will of an entity to procreate powers and thought into unity under action. This episode is a treat for those craving for a spectacle of visual exhibitions, brought to us by Alex and Jason’s delicate research outputs, of different emotions ranging from vibrant textures of Joy, compassion, redemption, to the loud and stark web-like patterns of remorse. Let’s join Alex and Jason as they run through the wonders of topographic tears and discuss Ego and self-enlightenment.
Show Notes :
0:48 – On Martha Nussbaum and the mechanic psychology of emotion
1:09 – The breakdown of phrases.
1:29 – Feeling is reflecting back to a past emotion associated with an event.
1:52 – Alex reiterates the difference between emotion and feelings
2:11- The many key drivers of emotion.
2:42 -The past illuminates emotions as reflection which brings vulnerabilities to the present.
2:47 – Emotions are temporal conditions of human feeling.
3:38 – Attaching emotions to an object of the past. Jason explains the fallibility of material values.
3:36 – Material emotions can influence your intrinsic life values.
3:56 – The intelligence of emotions. On depicting emotions as geologic upheavals of thought.
4:09 – Alex discusses cognitive science through the spatial-graphic awareness of emotions. Looking into objective analysis to determine catalyst of upheavals.
4:41 – The topography of tears. The thought is instilled under an embedding process of geological rendering.
5:06 – The exploration of topographical thoughts. Jason discusses the ideational navigation in analyzing tears.
5:19 – Alex and Jason discuss the latest camera technology of ProRes (Professional Optical Resolution) microscopes to capture topographic images of tears.
5:54 – Your emotions affect you physically
6:20 – The crystallization process of allowing the body to come through beauty. Just like nature. The crystal converts light into a spectrum of colors and beautiful refractions of light and space.
6:49 – Alex and Jason dichotomize the pattern of grief and joy
7:40 – Grief is equally based because it separates the “I” to external phenomena.
8:07 – Grief creates a massive space between the physical self.
8:28 – The meaning underneath the structural formation of tears. Beneath these chaotic designs lay deep roots in Creation and thought.
8:44 – You could see the choice in physical tears.
8:53 – A system of expanding roots. Alex and Jason discuss the structure of tears.
9:40 – Alex and Jason discuss the tears of compassion. The structural characteristics coincide with the ideational embrace, understanding, and enclave of service towards others.
10:45 – A sea of compassion and the natural reference to nature.
11:47 – Alex discusses reconciliation with the self. Do not soak up all the disappointments in this world. You are not the entire cause and effect of this universe.
12:27 – Redemption is learning at its core.
12:45 – The composition of tears are water, proteins, minerals, hormones, and enzymes.
13:11 – Automatic biochemical triggers of hormones.
13:45 – Alex and Jason discuss remorse in emotional and visual appeal.
14:13 – The tears of onions are adjacent to plant nectars share the same imprinted crystalline pattern.
15:00 – Tears are intellectual because they come from thoughts that are spill over the bodies containing a well. Tears, in other words, are secretion of excess emotions.
15:28 – Catching the balance of emotions.
16:11 – The stark, loud, and staggered pattern of overwhelmed tears.
16:50 – Tears after goodbyes. A melancholic compass of life moving on towards new beginnings and happy endings.
18:13 – Crying releases all the secretions of pain and heaviness of grief.
18:15 – Stop identifying with emotions. You are not your emotions.
19:45 – A lot of people take emotions for granted, like a stress pillow where people think it can soak up all the worry and problems up for good.
20:21 – Impulsive decisions. Jason discusses emotional tendencies of overriding ego to power up selfish belief system.
21:24 – Never identify objects for who you are, never let things be the definition of you. Use these things to help you learn more about yourself.
22:19 – Emotions are not dogmatic taboos. There is nothing wrong with internalizing your own feelings to get a sense of yourself. Learn more about yourself and be free to know every right about how you feel.
22:50 – Emotions are your signpost. These will allow you to decide for your life.
23:00 – Feelings are just points of preference.
23:44 – It’s just emotion. But it is not a catalyst for your mind to help your evolution.
24:33 – Start creating learning for the unification of the self and others.
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