There is a saying in therapy that feelings never lie, but they can stand in stark contrast to what we think. I love Carl Rogers adage that feelings are selves. Said differently, parts of ourselves, an ego state, or neurological bundle within the mind. Often time it is our feelings that matter the most as we go about our lives. For example the depressed individual, who cant seem to move himself to act in life, or the anxious individual who just cant ask out that someone they know. Though much of what we do is fairly cerebral as we go about understanding our experience in life. It is our feelings that create the texture and strokes of the image we have created within ourselves.