Feel In

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Term Feel In
  1. A technique in the Appreciate quadrant that focuses attention on what you feel emotionally in the body, whether active (i.e., the presence of emotional body sensations such as anxiety in the belly) or restful (i.e., the absence of emotional body sensations, or emotional peace). (See Emotional Body Sensation)
  2. Short for the space where you detect emotional experience in the body, for example, when guiding a practice, you might say, Bring your attention to Feel In, the place where you usually notice emotions in your body, such as joy around your face. You might also notice the absence of emotional sensations, which would be emotional peace.
Synonyms Emotional body sensation, Feel In space, Emotional body space
Related Feel, Feel Out, Feel Good