Yes, that kind of crying/tears is the way that your body cleanses and releases energy that's been trapped inside your body. It's the physical representation of the releasing of negative emotion. Remember that emotion is created by thought and that thought is vibration/energy.
I went through a period of about two years where I shed these kinds of tears almost daily. I didn't feel particularly good or bad, it was more of a neutral feeling. However, I knew I was in the process of cleansing old thoughts and beliefs and I'd studied the work of Dr. Masaru Emoto, so I had an idea that water holds and carries information. Due to having that knowledge, overall I was happy about those tears carrying negative energy out of my body :)
Here's a short video which shows that water has memory.
answered 09 Feb '12, 20:47
THE PRESENCE PROCESS
The emotional tear reaction can occur when there is more energy being summoned in the moment than you can allow i.e a sudden flood or avalanche of emotional energy.
So you can have tears of joy, or tears of sadness. Both are situations where you are summoning more energy than you can allow in the moment but one has a habit of resistant thought behind it.
Of course, tears can also occur as a physical reaction when the body wishes to cleanse the eye because, for example, there are some particles irritating it.
See also: Everytime I replace doubts with positive feelings I start getting a dull headache - why? which also applies to tears.
answered 09 Feb '12, 07:40
Can negative energy move to another person close by when released. Someone cried telling about how she was being targeted by a 3rd eye Guru and was sincerely scared. I did wonder whether she was passing it off to me
answered 2 days ago
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