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Neo-Tech Advantage #38
FEAR OF EMOTIONS
Many innocent people repress emotions because of false guilt. In doing so, they never can know themselves. Once the following two facts are realized, one can eliminate fear or guilt about one's own emotions:
- Immediate emotions are beyond a person's direct control. Thus, emotions are not subject to moral judgment or condemnation and should never be associated with guilt. Only volitional actions can be wrong, condemned, or associated with guilt.
- Emotions never have to be acted upon. Thus a person never needs to fear irrational emotions. A person can feel hatred toward anyone, even the desire for mayhem and murder -- a person can feel any emotion, rational or irrational, without being guilty of anything. A person becomes guilty only if he or she chooses to act on irrational emotions to harm others.