I think I have been too easily crying these days! Last night, almost more than 10 times I cried while I was watching "The Ten Commandments" movies. "There is a beauty beyond the senses, Nefretiri" was one moment for example and now this picture
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I think it is more frequent these days than it used to be before - I really don't know what makes me feel so. Is this spiritual awakening? Or what does it mean? Will be blessed to get your wisdom shared :)

asked 26 Mar '13, 03:45

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edited 26 Mar '13, 06:08

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“Heaven knows we need never be ashamed of our tears, for they are rain upon the blinding dust of earth, overlying our hard hearts. I was better after I had cried, than before--more sorry, more aware of my own ingratitude, more gentle.” ― Charles Dickens, Great Expectations Tears are words the mouth can't say nor can the heart bare.” ― Joshua Wisenbaker

(26 Mar '13, 04:03) ursixx

zdcobran, sometimes when the eyes of your heart percieve truth the rest of your body wells up with joy and possibly tears to your eyes

(26 Mar '13, 05:51) fred

@ursixx - GOD how I love Dickens. Now you've got me stirred up, I'm going to dig out David Copperfield again, my dear old friend.

(27 Mar '13, 23:32) Grace

@ZDCobran - You are beautiful. Let the tears flow.

(27 Mar '13, 23:35) Grace
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Crying is a natural emotional response to certain feelings usually sadness and hurt, but people cry under other circumstances and occasions.

When people cry in response to something of beauty, they kind of melt, they are letting off their guard, their defenses, they are surrendering and tapping into a place deep inside themselves. There is a build up of energy and feelings, then there is release. It's a signal you need to deal with something, you may be frustrated, just trying to get someone's attention or are feeling deeply affected in mind or emotion, ref;


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answered 26 Mar '13, 07:58

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ru bis

....thank you @ru bis :) Much appreciated your contribution!

(17 Apr '13, 11:31) ZDCobran

Agree with crying is natural. Don't know that this has anything to do with an awakening, but no one would be able to tell you if it was but you.

I would say you're sensitive to things going on around you (meaning: every thought construct and pattern out there).

People with sensitive tendencies tend to be overly sensitive to the group dynamics around them, to nature, suffering in the world, animals, to how people are feeling, etc.

After awhile you should be able to find your balance; inner-self work gives you control.


answered 18 Apr '13, 12:24

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pleasure and pain are two sides of the same coin (duality), that's why we can cry when we're happy. people who have difficulty in expressing their sensitivity tend to suffer from it, and eventually this suffering transforms itself into illness, crying is a way of liberating this energy.

(19 Apr '13, 02:42) ru bis
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