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Interactive Feelings Wheel     happy sad surprised bad fearful angry disgusted lonely vulnerable despair guilty depressed hurt abandoned isolated fragile victimized grief powerlessness ashamed remorseful empty inferior disappointed embarrassed repelled hesitant awful disapproving horrified detestable nauseated revolted appalled judgemental playful content interested proud accepted powerful peaceful trusting optimistic aroused cheeky free joyful satisfied curious inquisitive successful confident respected valued courageous creative loving thankful sensitive intimate hopeful inspired let down humiliated bitter mad aggressive frustrated distant critical betrayed resentful disrespected ridiculed indignant violated furious jealous provoked hostile infuriated annoyed withdrawn numb skeptical dismissive scared anxious insecure weak rejected threatened helpless frightened overwhelmed worried inadequate inferior worthless insignificant excluded persecuted nervous exposed bored busy stressed tired unfocused sleepy out of control overwhelmed rushed pressured apathetic indifferent excited amazed confused startled energetic eager awestruck astonished perplexed disillusioned dismayed shocked


Experiencing a state of pleasure, joy, and contentment. It often includes feelings of positivity, lightness, and a sense of well-being.


Engaging in fun activities with a sense of spontaneity and joy. Playfulness embodies a light-hearted, carefree approach to life, often characterized by humor, creativity, and a willingness to embrace the moment.


Feeling excited and eager, often in response to stimulation or anticipation.

How to Cultivate It:

Participate in activities that excite you, such as trying new hobbies, exploring new places, or engaging in physical exercise. Surround yourself with enthusiastic and energetic people to amplify your sense of excitement.


Feeling slightly mischievous or playful in a humorous and endearing way.

How to Cultivate It:

Engage in playful banter, jokes, and light-hearted teasing with friends and family. Participate in activities that allow you to express your playful side, such as games, dancing, or creative arts. Embrace moments of silliness and fun without fear of judgment.


Feeling at peace and satisfied with one's current state of being. It involves a sense of fulfillment and inner calm.


Feeling liberated and unburdened, with a sense of openness and opportunity.

How to Cultivate It:

Engage in activities that give you a sense of freedom, such as traveling, spending time in nature, or pursuing creative hobbies. Practice mindfulness and meditation to release mental and emotional burdens. Allow yourself to take breaks and enjoy moments of solitude.


Experiencing great happiness and delight, often accompanied by laughter and a feeling of warmth.

How to Cultivate It:

Focus on positive experiences and practice gratitude. Take time each day to reflect on what brings you joy and appreciate those moments fully. Engage in activities that make you laugh, such as watching a comedy, spending time with friends, or playing games. Incorporate regular gratitude journaling to highlight positive aspects of your life.


Feeling fulfilled and content with one's achievements and circumstances.

How to Cultivate It:

Reflect on your accomplishments and take pride in your progress. Set realistic goals and celebrate your achievements, no matter how small. Practice self-compassion and acknowledge your efforts and hard work. Engage in activities that align with your values and bring a sense of purpose.


Feeling engaged and curious about the world around you. It involves a desire to learn, explore, and discover new things.


Eager to learn and discover new information or experiences.

How to Cultivate It:

Pursue interests and hobbies that intrigue you, such as reading, learning new skills, and exploring different cultures. Stay open to new experiences and ideas. Ask questions, seek knowledge, and engage in discussions with others. Participate in educational courses or workshops.


Displaying a strong desire to explore, ask questions, and seek answers.

How to Cultivate It:

Foster a habit of inquiry by regularly seeking out new information and asking questions. Engage in research, attend lectures, or join discussion groups. Be open to different perspectives and explore various viewpoints. Keep a journal of your discoveries and reflections.


Feeling pleased with one's achievements and qualities. It involves a sense of self-respect and confidence.


Feeling accomplished and fulfilled by one's achievements and efforts.

How to Cultivate It:

Set and achieve meaningful goals that align with your values and aspirations. Celebrate your successes, no matter how small, and use them as motivation to continue striving towards your aspirations. Break larger goals into manageable steps to make progress more achievable. Reflect on your journey and recognize your growth.


Feeling self-assured and capable, with a strong belief in one's abilities.

How to Cultivate It:

Acknowledge your achievements and build on your strengths. Take on new challenges that help you grow and reinforce your self-belief. Practice self-affirmations and positive self-talk to boost your confidence. Surround yourself with supportive and encouraging people who believe in you.

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