We are being Emotionally Adjective when we are aware of our emotional state of Being.
We define our emotional state of Being adjectively and use a word that is an adjective.
An adjective is a describing word.
Being emotionally adjective is feeling the awareness of the gender of our emotion; consciously knowing the polarity of our emotion; and seeing with conscious-awareness the intensity of our emotion.
We are being emotionally adjective when we are able to fully experience and define our awareness of who we are Being in that moment.
We describe what we have with a noun.
We describe what we do with a verb.
We describe who we are being with an adjective.
We define what we are being, doing and having with our language that descibes our thoughts words and deeds.
Because our thoughts words and deeds create our reality, language is very important.
Feeling who we are being requires us to be Sensitive.
Knowing who we are being requires us to be Connected.
Seeing who we are being requires us to be Emotionally Aware.
Feeling what we are doing requires us to be Detached.
Knowing what we are doing requires us to be Exclusive.
Seeing what we are doing requires us to be Consciously Rational.