What emotions do we like to experience?
Here at Emotions.market in formulating emotional experiences we normally refer to 32 Emotions by Plutchik's Wheel - but looking in broader terms, what is it that we like to experience in terms of emotions?
Admiration – a feeling of personal approval, respect, and appreciation for someone or something.
Awe – an emotion that is evoked when you witness something grand, spectacular, or breath-taking, sparking a sense of overwhelming appreciation.
Amusement – a feeling of light-hearted pleasure and enjoyment, often accompanied by smiles and easy laughter.
Acceptance - a feeling of belonging
Altruism – usually referred to as an act of selflessness and generosity towards others but can also describe the feeling you get from helping others.
Affection – an emotional attachment to someone or something, accompanied by a liking for them and a sense of pleasure in their company.
Joy – a sense of elation, happiness, and perhaps even exhilaration, often experienced as a sudden spike due to something good happening.
Eagerness – like a less intense form of enthusiasm; a feeling of readiness and excitement for something.
Euphoria – intense and the all-encompassing sense of joy or happiness, often experienced when something extremely positive and exciting happens.
Gratitude – a feeling of thankfulness, for something specific or simply all-encompassing, often accompanied by humility and even reverence.
Serenity – a calm and peaceful feeling of acceptance of oneself.
Interest – a feeling of curiosity or fascination that demands and captures your attention.
Hope – a feeling of optimism and anticipation about a positive future.
Pride – a sense of approval of oneself and pleasure in an achievement, skill, or personal attribute.
Inspiration – feeling engaged, uplifted, and motivated by something you witnessed.
Elevation – the feeling you get when you see someone engaging in an act of kindness, generosity, or inner goodness, spurring you to aspire to similar action.
Satisfaction – a sense of pleasure and contentment you get from accomplishing something or fulfilling a need.
Relief – the feeling of happiness you experience when an uncertain situation turns out for the best, or a negative outcome is avoided.
Cheerfulness – a feeling of brightness, being upbeat and noticeably happy or chipper; feeling like everything is going your way.
Ecstasy - it will refer to any heightened state of consciousness or intense pleasant experience
Surprise (the good kind!) – a sense of delight when someone brings you unexpected happiness or a situation goes even better than you had hoped.
Confidence – emotion involving a strong sense of self-esteem and belief in yourself; can be specific to a situation or activity, or more universal.
Enthusiasm – a sense of excitement, accompanied by motivation and engagement.
Contentment – peaceful, comforting, and low-key sense of happiness and well-being.
Enjoyment – a feeling of taking pleasure in what is going on around you, especially in situations like a leisure activity or social gathering.
Optimism – positive and hopeful emotion that encourages you to look forward to a bright future, one in which you believe that things will mostly work out.
Happiness – a feeling of pleasure and contentment in the way things are going; a general sense of enjoyment of and enthusiasm for life.
Love – perhaps the strongest of all positive emotions, love is a feeling of deep and enduring affection for someone, along with a willingness to put their needs ahead of your own; it can be directed towards an individual, a group of people, or even all humanity.
On the other hand, who said one would not want to sometimes experience submission? Or to experience and express anger? Here you can find the emotion provoking experiences to match your needs.
Here at emotions.market you, as a buyer, can choose an emotion you want to focus on, for example joy, admiration or acceptance and find the emotional or sensory experience to match your desires.