In the Buddhist scriptures, one speaks of eighty-four thousand kinds of negative emotions. These are not all identified in detail, but this vast figurative number reflects the complexity of the human mind and gives one to understand that methods to transform this mind need to be adapted to the great variety of mental dispositions. This is why one speaks of eighty-four thousand entrance doors to the Buddhist path of inner transformation. Anyway, these multi-faceted emotions boil down to five main ones: hatred, desire, confusion, pride, and jealousy.

Matthieu Ricard, Destructive Emotions by Daniel Goleman