Emotions evolved to drive us to act in the face of a threat emerging in our in our environment and also as a way of communicating social needs and interactions.
Like most phenomena, when left to take their natural course, emotions arise, play out and dissolve. That is, for the majority of mammals apart from humans.
Our developed neocortex gives us the, often unwanted, ability to keep emotions active long after the event.
We also end up storing negative emotions in our body in the form of stress and tension.
Mindfulness allows to us become more aware of our emotions and more skilful in how we experience and manage them.
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