Quote from Dr. Peter Levine’s book – In an Unspoken Voice
A person who is deeply feeling is not a person who is habitually venting
anger, fear or sorrow. Wise and fortunate individuals feel their emotions
in the quiet of their interiors, learn.from their feelings and are
guided by them. They act intuitively and intelligently on those feelings.
In addition, they share their feelings when appropriate and are
responsive to the feelings and needs of others. And, of course, because
they are human, they blow up from time to time; but also they look for
the root of these eruptions, not primarily as being caused by another,
but as an imbalance or disquiet within themselves.