Definitely not afraid to feel.
For the longest time I considered emotions to be a problem, since I'm a male and males are socialized to not feel anything and also when I looked around nobody I observed seemed to indicate that they felt anything (unless it was in response to something significant), so I tend to keep my emotional responses hidden. I did at least try to fit the male cultural mold of not feeling anything, but it wasn't successful at all. For a couple years I did manage to numb most of the deeper emotions. Then one day about a year ago (and a month before being introduced to the MBTI) that I realized that I missed the deep feeling I used to have.
Right now, I'm not a complete emotion junkie, going from one emotional high (or low) to the next. I experience the emotion down to the core, but then I then let it go (particularly for negative emotions). Even still, I do indulge on occasion for both highs and lows.
It's probably an enneagram thing.