Discover the most popular and inspiring quotes and sayings on the topic of Feeling. Share them with your friends on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, or your personal blogs, and let the world be inspired by their powerful messages. Here are the Top 100 Feeling Quotes And Sayings by 97 Authors including Larry Michael Dredla,Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie,E. E. Cummings,George Watsky,Neale Donald Walsch for you to enjoy and share.
Not feeling is no replacement for reality. Your problems today are still your problems tomorrow
There was a feeling I wanted to feel that I did not feel.
Exists no miracle mightier than this: to feel.
A person's job is to feel.
Feeling is the language of the soul. If you want to know what's true for you about something, look to how you're feeling about it.
That which we are capable of feeling, we are capable of saying.
We're a feeling, an awareness encased here
I was "unable to feel my feelings," in
Sometimes feeling nothing hurts the most.
It is surprising how many times a good feeling can be confused with a bad one. Often one is unsure which feeling it really is until much later.
Feelings are like blankets, covering you up so you can't see clearly, or like mazes you can too easily get lost inside. I am terrified of getting lost.
Feelings are but emotions to be experienced in order to enrich the spirit of the bearer - Han Storm
I feel something so right,
doing the wrong thing.
An obligation to feel can freeze feelings.
The essential function of feelings is to provide feedback and pass through us organically like water flows in a river.
Feeling emotions must be called upon to give feeling to the thought so it will take form.
Feeling of an emotion is a process that is distinct from having the emotion in the first place. So it helps to understand what is an emotion, what is a feeling, we need to understand what is an emotion.
You know those moments, whether you're in them or not, you feel something more than what you intended to feel, what you wanted to feel.
Sadness of not knowing enough words to [express what you mean] ...
To feel is to go to the places you were.
The only way to fight a feeling is with a feeling.
What unknown seas of feeling lie in man, and will from time to time break through!
Sometimes 'feelings' aren't as airy-fairy as they seem. Sometimes they're just the product of observations we haven't realized we've been making.
Feeling is chocolate plus the
dry texture of a wolfskin
on which we sparawled by cosy gas
while mother unravelled
ivory knots of Chopin.
I feel a feeling which I feel you all feel.
Learning to be aware of feelings, how they arise and how to use them creatively so they guide us to happiness, is an essential lifetime skill.
feelings are programs; that is, they are learned responses that often have a purpose.
Feelings come and go like clouds in a windy sky. Conscious breathing is my anchor.
Things must be felt with the heart.
Emotions are the colors of the soul; they are spectacular and incredible. When you don't feel, the world becomes dull and colorless.
Feeling is deep and still; and the word that floats on the surface Is as the tossing buoy, that betrays where the anchor is hidden.
When feeling is the gauge, you can snap your fingers at logic
You feel what you're focused on.
Painting is with me but another word for feeling.
All writing is feeling.
Emotions are raised in us, not only by the qualities and actions of others, but also by their feelings. I cannot behold a man in distress, without partaking of his pain; nor in joy, without partaking of his pleasure.
A feeling can't kill you.
A feeling heart is a blessing that no one, who has it, would be without; and it is a moral security of innocence; since the heart that is able to partake of the distress of another, cannot wilfully give it.
Sometimes feeling and thinking are one and the same.
I have accepted another one of life's dangerous invitations: the invitation to feel. My
Hurting is feeling and feeling is living and isn't it good to be alive?
I didn't know what it was I was feeling. Then I realized it was seeing someone and knowing immediately that you love him.
To feel. To trust the feeling. I long for that
Feeling animalistic. Feeling Hyena. Feeling Wolf. Feeling Dog. I am tongue and heart.
Action and feeling go together, and by regulating the action ... we can directly regulate the feeling.
Feelings form part of a world in which time, space and frontiers do not exist.
What you don't know
You can feel it somehow
Feelings have the divine attracting power. Feelings are the only link between you and everything around you.
It's emotions. Sometimes you feel, sometimes you don't. You can't force yourself into feeling something, can you?
I don't wanna think, I wanna FEEL.
Feelings are constantly changing and creating different body experiences even when we are oblivious to them.
In this world of numbness and information overload, the ability to feel, my boy, is a rare gift indeed.
Feeling are like three-year-olds. They're not rational. They're just there.
It demands to be felt.
I have something more to do than to feel.
I feel something else break through the numbness. Something raw. Something primal. Something visceral.
When we numb [hard feelings], we numb joy, we numb gratitude, we numb happiness.
Feelings or Emotions are the universal language and are to be honored. They are the authentic expression of who you are in your deepest place.
Discomfort: the valley between the body and the soul. Comfort: the bridge between the body and the soul
I did not like this feeling of having feelings.
All these feelings need to be felt. We need to stomp and storm; to sob and cry; to perspire and tremble.
Inner feeling of satisfaction which may be observed in the presence of a sudden accident, even in those nearest and dearest to the victim ...
I will not feel, I will not
I have to
The easiest thing to feel is sadness.
Today is a day of knowing, not feeling
...feeling and action are always linked
Hold the capacity of feeling to be the most important and elemental, as providing the foundation for every sound and real growth; everything that is truly great and human.
Anger... agony... so familiar emotions.
The restlessness and the longing, like the longing that is in the whistle of a faraway train. Except that the longing isn't really in the whistle - it is in you.
Sometimes a day is a symbolic day, and you behave symbolically. Sometimes you search inside for a feeling, and, finding none, you remember that no feeling is frequently the most possible feeling.
There is something hidden in each sensation.
How far was a feeling genuine if it did not find expression in an external act?
I don't usually feel, and so I don't know how to respond to a real feeling in my body instead of a manufactured one.
The beautiful word found by human being for the unseen feeling is love.
Whatever you focus on you're going to feel.
George Bernard Shaw said that thinking was the greatest of all human endeavors, but I would say that feeling was. Allowing yourself to feel things, to feel love or wrath, hatred, rage.
The feeling she has is most unexpected. The oddest thing. She feels no distress or worry. Instead, she senses a dim, faint feeling that rises from some unknown place in her heart, rising slowly and blossoming into something that she might call relief.
Our feelings are the wings of our intuition.
That prickling feeling when something's not right. That calm feeling when it is.
Our feelings are a feedback mechanism to us about whether we're on track or not, whether we're on course or off course.
It is quite amazing what I didn't feel after a while. I didn't really want to feel things.
Most of us think of ourselves as thinking creatures that feel, but we are actually feeling creatures that think.
Ah, how fatefully swift is the move from one feeling to another.
In our lives we know joy, anger, sorrow, and a hundred other emotions, but these emotions altogether occupy a bare one per cent of our time. The remaining ninety-nine per cent is just living in waiting.
Feelings follow actions.
Perhaps a better explanation for why it's so difficult to feel our feelings is that ALL emotion, positive or negative, opens the door to the nature of reality. All of us prefer to avoid pain -- but even more, we want to escape reality.
The language of feelings is not linear, logical, and verbal like the language of thinking.
Feelings are not just emotions that happen to you. Feelings are reactions you choose to have.
Embracing what is We're conditioned to believe that painful feelings are "bad" and that pleasurable ones are "good." It's often easier - though not healthier - for us to avoid grief and sorrow, while only embracing sensations like happiness, confidence, and love.
I feel nothing, apart from a certain difficulty in continuing to exist.
Feelings can be the most costly thing in the universe.
Having the ability to feel is the greatest gift God has ever given.
Happiness: the feeling of being alive.
Having begun to feel, people's desire to feel grew. They wanted to feel more, feel deeper, despite how it sometimes hurt. People became addicted to feeling. They struggled to uncover new emotions.
Out: Reading is fundamental. In: Feeling is fundamental.
In us, there is a river of feelings, in which every drop of water is a different feeling, and each feeling relies on all the others for its existence. To observe it, we just sit on the bank of the river and identify each feeling as it surfaces, flows by, and disappears.
There cannot be a whole complete human being without an integration of feeling with thinking and acting, provided by 'doing', arising spontaneously out of the fundamental experience of 'being'.
I don't feel anything right now. I am just preparing, that's it.