Copyright 2021, Simon Blake
Interact with Emotions beneath Feelings
Learning Emotions takes time and effort to achieve. Trusting that you have the emotion activated and realizing the ability of releasing it is key.
When you let go of your emotion in acting you trust that it is inside of you without performing it.
- Forcing Beliefs on Others
- Let Down
This 518 Emotions in Acting List is unique and comprehensive. Consider sharing this list.
Separating Emotions into your own categories such as ‘positive’, ‘negative’, ‘active’, ‘passive’, ‘physical’ and ‘mental’. This helps you to understand the emotion and how to channel it in your performance.
In addition to helping you to identify emotions and feelings, the list also helps you to understand the difference between emotions and feelings.
As Simon Blake explains, ‘emotions are deeper than feelings’; this means that emotions contain more layers and complexities, which can be explored through the list.
At www.EmotionalPreparation.com, Simon helps you to understand and explore your emotions, so you can effectively bring them to life in your performance. Our 518 Emotions in Acting List is an invaluable tool to help you to prepare for any role and expand your emotional range.
So, if you are looking to take your acting to the next level and explore your emotions, then visit www.EmotionalPreparation.com to find out more about our 518 Emotions in Acting List.
Whatever your level of experience, it will help you to become a more effective and authentic actor.
Find a Quiet Place and Write from your Emotions
- Put Upon
The list is comprehensive and includes various emotions and feelings that are often overlooked. This list can help actors to become aware of how their body language is expressing the emotions they are feeling in a scene. The Emotional Preparation team believes that emotions are deeper than feelings, and this list helps actors access those deeper emotions they need to bring a scene to life.
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“Expand your Emotional Range in Acting is KEY!”
The more you familiarize yourself with emotions and feelings the more you will readily be able to use them in your acting.
Our list includes emotions such as fear, joy, anger, sadness, confusion, surprise, and anxiety, among many others. With this list, actors can learn how to access and express these emotions with greater confidence and accuracy. We understand that the art of acting is a complex skill to master, and this is why we provide our 518 Emotions in Acting List to help actors take their performance to the next level. With our list, actors can learn to understand and express the emotions they are feeling in a scene.
Specific emotional ranges
- In Love
- Bitter Sweet
- Burnt Out
- Collywobbles (stomach upset due to anxiety)
“Relaxation is Key in Finding Emotion.” Simon Blake
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- Carving an Opinion
- Brabant (testing how far to push someone)
- Worn Out