Emotional anarchism is the recognition that the interpersonal and emotional world is a potent site for radical transformation. Emotions matter. They are a source of information and impact the ways that groups and individuals function. Without dealing with this internal world, any hope of building a better world outside will be cut-off at the pass. Applying the lens of anarchism, seeking to maximize freedom and minimize coercion, we can imagine, practice, and build a world where our social and internal terrain is host to an ever-expanding praxis of freedom.