What do you think about the idea that various types of emotions happen in various parts of the body, in specific emotional centers? For example, if someone hinders your ability to express yourself, you may feel pain in the throat. If someone breaks your heart, you may feel pain in the heart. If someone takes your power away and steps over you, you may feel pain in the solar plexus. Does this basic statement make sense to you or do you believe the mind and body are disconnected?
It is my view that human discourse tends to find social, linguistic, and personal definition of of the parameters of various emotions, which are not natural categories, and in reality the emotional landscape is far more extensive and complex than the nodes of meaning by which we tends to caricature one emotion from another.
I never feel "angry" on its own, and when I feel love this can mean a million different things.
ALL feelings, whether they seem to be 'located' in the throat, the heart, or the chest, ALL are felt in the brain.
There is no mind body duality. The mind is what the brain does.