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'''Steering Emotions''' are emotions that are triggered by the [[Resident Monadic Consciousness]] in order to help guide a physical unit towards [[alignment]]. Steering emotions include emotions like guilt, shame, anxiety, pride, happiness, self-satisfaction, and so on.
==List of Steering Emotions==
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Steering emotions are primarily useful while the individual remains disconnected from [[Consciousness]]. When an individual is fully (or even partially connected), alignment is determined [[noesis|noetically]], i.e. by a strong internal knowing.
Steering emotions work by encouraging and/or discouraging a physical unit from certain actions and behaviors. An individual who feels happiness when working a specific job, engaging a specific task, or existing a certain way can feel confident their actions are aligned. An individual feeling guilt and/or shame may feel confident that something they are doing is out of alignment with higher [[Monadic Consciousness]].
Steering emotions only work if an individual physical unit is "listening" to their body's emotions. If an individual has been trained not to listen (for example by a toxic gender socialization process that discourages boys from having authentic emotions), or if they have been trained to misinterpret said emotions (perhaps because of Hollywood style manipulation and redefinition of emotions), steering does not work.
An 18th century Christian mystic and scientist by the name of Emanuel Swedenborg noted the reality and significance of these “emotive communications.” He called them “signs” and said that he felt “assured his thoughts were on the right track when he experienced what he called “a sign’:’…a certain cheering light and joyful flash…that darts through some sacred temple of the brain” George F. Dole and Robert H. Kirven, A Scientist Explores Spirit: A Biography of Emanuel Swedenborg (Pennsylvania: Chrysalis books, 1997) p. 34.
Einstein has a dim awareness of steering emotions when he says "One never goes wrong following his feelings. I don't mean emotions, I mean feeling, for feeling and intuition are one." (Hermanns, 1983: np)
==Further Reading==

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