Passion – What is passion?
Passion (Greek πασχω and late Latin (Christian theology) pati: “suffer”) is a feeling of intense enthusiasm towards or acompelling desire for someone or something.
Passion can range from eager interest in or admiration for an idea, proposal, or cause; to enthusiastic enjoyment of an interest or activity; a strong attraction, excitement, or emotion towards a person or a cultural event.
There is a saying that says:
There where your passion is, there will also your commitment, dedication, sacrifice, faithfulness, emotions of intimacy, love, creativity, erotic imagination, fighting for what one believes in, seed (orgasm) will be.
Passion motivates people into the state of willing to suffer for the sake of achieving their goals:
Accompanied by some irregular movement of the blood and animal spirit or evil inclination, are what we call passions.
Passion is concealed in the animalistic part of the human soul:
The human soul is made up two sides, the godly soul and the animalistic soul,
that’s why the animalistic part of the soul needs to be redirected (make a teshuvah) by appling the act of practising the moral or godly activities (mitzvah) with the aim of transforming or converting the animal soul into the state of maintaining it’s moral, positive or godly passion.
How do I activate my passion?
Things done with the vibration of excitement, joy, music, dancing, singing, going out to play, festivals, sports, entertainment or that which stimulates one’s state of pleasure, such vibrations has the ability to motivate passion.
They can be so strong as to inhibit all practice of personal freedom (Euphoria), a state in which the soul is in some sense rendered passive;
whence the name passions – This inclination or so-called disposition of the soul, is born of the opinion we hold that a great good or a great evil is contained in an object which in and of itself arouses passion.