Moritz Geiger is one of the most significant members of the early phase of phenomenology. His work on the consciousness of feelings constitutes an example of careful phenomenological analysis. The central question Geiger raised is: how are feelings given to consciousness when they are "fully lived" (vollerlebt)? As I try to prove, the principal result of his analysis is to point out a way of being oriented towards feelings without objectifying them. Geiger¿s analysis on consciousness of feelings is a master piece of phenomenological precision. And it is not so strange to think that it has influenced the way Husserl conceived something as decisive as well as passionate: emotive intentionality.