"I was bored listening to my teacher's lesson"
"We were all interested in his story"
"I wasn't really flattered by her kind comments"
"We were lucky to be enlightened by his explanation".
On the other hand, use the -ing form when you are referring to the cause of your feeling. Here are some examples of this pattern:
"Listening to my teacher for an hour and a half was both tiring and boring".
"His speaking style is very interesting because he speaks with so much enthusiasm".
"Although her words are very flattering, I don't like her very much".
"His explanations are always enlightening".