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Discussion in 'Parapsychology' started by Ida G, Jun 21, 2019.

  1. pepe

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    I just read that emotional tears contain a higher level of stress hormones than the irritation flush. Who works this stuff out ?

    Could literally cry myself a river and name it masculinity bay.

    Stress comes out the eyes in liquid form. Treat it like sea water and never drink it, it opens up the Kundilini in a flash.
     
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  2. Kchoo

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    I would not describe it as tears of stress.., simply a weeping of the soul.

    A bonding of joy and sadness makes it complete.
     
  3. pepe

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    Well someone has called it. Hayfever tears are empty and different. Tears of joy could be like when a cat flecks during a tickle under the chin which derives from the other emotions that produce tears, all of which are from the negative.

    I tend to believe the system is still flushing an overload on the emotional flood plain. When I witness a man, let's say Andy Murray for example, who when speaking after a huge win, will inevitably start blubbering and then think of another who is just beaming. The stress relief for one is far greater than the other and the flecking nonsense comes out of his eyes.

    Bet those tears of joy have high stress hormone levels and are extra salty.
     
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  4. Kchoo

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    Winning means the end of a journey has been reached, and winning requires sacrifices which finally can be felt.
    Tears are well earned and winning is sweet sadness.
     
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  5. Ida G

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    I do not understand. Do you know how good a great vegetable wok taste with some teaspoons of emotional salty tears taste? Not only the great sorrow of emotional piano-music. But the very goody of creating your own dinner salt by Working hard.

    Try it. Ludovico Einaudi or equally piano. Do not know what makes you cry. Avoid onion tears. Hurts they eye.
     
  6. pepe

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    There are exerts in movies, a sad ending lets say or even worse for me is the traditional happy ending that have me switching over the channel. I don't like it, it stirs me up the gal in me.

    I will listen to some of this piano music but I guess I will have no movement in emotion, just a tapping of a foot maybe.

    Human salt, if not my own would only make me stronger. My own I sip from the lip to balance my hormones out and only from laughing ones, they have the magic ingredient.
     
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  7. pepe

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    All champs have made the sacrifices I'm guessing and some are not as natural as others at their game, an internal struggle of having to believe you have it in you over the beamer who knew all along.

    So they feel sorry for themselves and what they have given up to become what they wanted to be. I find it hard to agree with but it reads as pure common sense.
     
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  8. Kchoo

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    I am not sure it is feeling sorry for themselves, as much as it is feeling the pain from the prior moments where they pushed emotion aside to focus on the end goals.

    Once achieved they no longer push it away and it all floods to the surface as the strife is finally exposed.
     
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  9. pepe

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    I double posted again, apologies for the waste of space. Lagging like a teenage streamer here.

    So they are looking into the past and reliving times that were difficult. Your last sentence could fit well with the relief felt of the previously constipated. Big smile.

    Needs another flush probably.
     
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  10. kbarannikova

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    Оw, you really nasty, pepe! :Пальцы вверх:
     
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  11. pepe

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    It's all connected I swear it.

    You know that feeling then, when something else takes over what you started.

    Has brought a tear to my eye before, just around the handover.
     
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  12. Kchoo

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    I feel it is time for a complementary group hug.
    x11
     
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  13. Ida G

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    a0018 big huuug.

     my thread is still unexplained. b0002 Shadowprophet in your try to explain the unexplainable b0033

    Is it the fifth or forth dimension? Swing001
     
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  14. Kchoo

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    Doesnt matter, because the 4th and 5th dimensions are both beyond material conditions.
     
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  16. pepe

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    Yes it has been a pleasure here today. Off topic a bit here and there but a nice to be nice overall.

    Life is a gift and then then it appears on the bill.

    Got to love it.
     
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  17. Georgek

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    How can you explain if this was the release of the Kundalini?

    Just curious
     
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  18. Kchoo

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    Completion...
    A loss of lostness...
    A gain of belonging...
    A loss of fear...
    A gain of courage...
    Pride is no longer usefull...
    A gain of understanding...
    A seeing of the connection between the physical and non material...
    An acceptance that the universe is in you and you are in the universe....
    Good and evil always exist side by side...
    There is no true or false...
    There is only what is...
    Letting go of what no longer has value...
    Seeing smallness in greatness and greatness in smallness...

    Without light there can be no darkness and without darkness there can be no light.
     
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  19. Georgek

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    Hello Kchoo,

    There is only two things I would like to question in your list and that is:-

    and possibly:-

    Pride

    It has to have value otherwise we become unimportant to others. Pride is belief in ourselves and without that we lose both our values and identity. Not only with ourselves but with others. We may say it does not matter what others may think of us as all what matters is what we KNOW about ourselves? That in itself is being conceited .

    I had dealt with very high entities and they have pride. The ancient gods do/did . Martyres who allowed themselves to die for what they believe in. Of course it is pride based on belief. They do/did not say:- "Oh I know I am this or that...why should I die for it?"



    Saints all had pride. Joan of Ark was a saint.

    It is only latter day 'ramming of methods at schools' which tell children that the ego is wrong. People have to be controlled and to shut their mouths. We simply cannot be allowed to say what we think or believe because it goes against the status quo of society which enforces discipline.

    Pride is also respect in ourselves. It means that we bow down gracefully to take a stance with ourselves. Getting dressed properly and buying new cloths instead of smelling like a pig.

    Letting go of what no longer has value

    Me! Folks say that I have no value and to b*gger off! Relationships? Do we get rid of people who we no longer need?
    Everything has value that passes through our lives. What has value and what does not have value?
    Lack of USEFULNESS???

    You have value to me, but as long as you have value in yourself and pride then you have my respect. Respect is pride and when YOU believe in yourself you have my respect. Value...you have none other than who you are.

    If I ran you over in my car you would have value because then you would be burden (and a bl**dy liability)

    Value is the worth what we see in others. I would never let go of something that had no value because it did have value at one point and just because it outlived it's usefulness does not mean that I would let it go.

    I would question this kundalni?

    George:)
     
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  20. Georgek

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    In actual fact Kchoo after reading your points, I tend to question a few more.


    Seeing smallness in greatness and greatness in smallness...

    You are hence being selective. Or how can you have one diminishing the other?

    Would you hence be seeing correctly? Or is it rather what you interpret ?



    There is only what is...

    Then what is that.....the wood or the trees?

    Or what we make???? Where does that fit in?

    Nothing more or nothing less is to weigh ourselves by the weight of a dime.

    Or is not the universe unfolding?

    Okay...to say that it has not happened yet....this is a'time' thing or is the kundalni a mundane 3d aspect rather than a universal one?

    To accept the 'now' and not the future is hardly a spiritual endeavour.

    We aspire towards greatness and the 'what is' will stagnate as nothing moves. To say that what 'is' rather than what could be is hardly being spiritually motivated.
     
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