Hand-tufted emotion pebbles also transform into pendants or necklaces. These tufted rocks were inspired by different aspects of consciousness that develop emotional intelligence. Fifteen emotions or aspects are analyzed to understand their complete interpretation or meaning. Understanding these aspects can alter our perception and effect our reality for the better.
Agreement of ideas, feelings, or actions, or a pleasing combination of different parts of one’s self or another’s.
Objective: Understanding relationships between various components of self and how they are interdependent.
State of happiness/joy free from cause or effect.
There are no undesirable aspects of self, all aspects or components of self are favorable and can facilitate happiness. Brought on by clarity, acceptance, unity, and peace within self.
Objective: Realising that true happiness is a choice of the mind.
The action of consenting to receive the reality of a situation without attempting to change and protest it. Allowing favorable and unfavorable experiences (thoughts, feelings, and urges) to come and go without struggling with them.
Objective: To impartially observe what is happening(now), without judgment and biases.
Recognizing pleasure, appreciation, and contentment in the existing state of being(now) and not seeking to alter it. Gratitude exists in three stages; Recognition, acknowledgment, and appreciation
Objective: Cultivating a positive perception of life by realizing how all experiences(good or bad) can be beneficial for us.
A conscious, deliberate decision to release undesirable emotions toward a person, group, or object which caused hurt or upheaval.
The act of forgiveness is unassociated and independent from the object of forgiveness.
Objective: to facilitate peace, eliminate anguish/illusion and achieve freedom from another’s narrative.
Simultaneously, experiencing and expressing interest or pleasure. It is an absolute state of being, free from expectations, attachments, time, space, and reality.
Objective: to experience the true expression of self-awareness.
Who are you? Are you, your mind, or your intellect, or your body, or your beliefs? Or are you all of them? Or are you something more? Our mind, memories, intellect, emotions, body, ego, and beliefs are ever-changing and never constant or absolute. But our consciousness is constant, this awareness that you are, you exist, without names or tags, a possibility of endless potential, unbound and without definition.
Are we not all the same, sure we have differences, but those differences make us more similar. We are all similarly different. We need to see our reflection in others. When there is no you and me, that is true consciousness.