The opposite emotions can be found on the other side of the central point.
You can see also 8 emotion scales on the chart, which show the progression of emotional states.
The emotional continuums and breathing rhythms seem to be connected. You can watch a SlideShare presentation on their relationship. It reveals names for those scales too.
The positive emotions are situated mainly in the upper right corner. The exhale is longer than the inhale when those emotions dominate your mind. This has been just a hypothesis for a long time, but a new scientific study (1) supports this idea.
You can find near emotions around every emotion on the larger SDG*Chart of Emotions.
For example let´s consider the emotion “dependence”. It´s surrounded by inferiority, shame, need, affection, pleasure, connection, fascination and adaptability. Most of these emotions are familiar to a person who suffers from addiction.
You can easily browse all the 121 emotions :
*First examine emotions situated on the emotion scales.
*Then you can scan all the vertical columns from down to up.
You´ll find more detailed info for using this chart on the MENU bar.
The SDG*Chart of Emotions is available in 7 languages. More than ten peer-reviewed studies (2) resonate with it´s structure, which has many similarities to Plutchik´s Wheel of Emotions.
SDG stands for Soli Deo Gloria which means Glory to God only.
P.S. It becomes possible to handle your inner feelings when you find the right words for them, so the negative emotions will have less effect in the daily life. (3)