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Saturday, April 18, 2009

Which one is better. Tears of Happiness vs Sadness


Interesting piece of information

'There was a study done
where a control group of 100 people
were divided into two:
50 people watched a very funny,
tears-of laughter type movie ;
another 50 watched a
very sad and tears of compassion type movie.

At the end of the sessions
researchers collected
the 'happy tears' and the 'sad tears'
with eye droppers.
They found that
'happy tears' are made up of brine...
salt water and not a great deal else.

However the 'sad tears' were found
to contain the very same chemicals and enzymes
that are found in tumors, ulcers
and other such lumps and bumps
and sicknesses through out the body.

This test concluded that the body,
when crying in sadness etc
is literally flushing out all of the toxic-chemicals
that accumulate and are a part of the
sadness/heartache experience.

Therefore
if one holds back those tears,
those toxic-waters will find somewhere
else to deposit themselves
and prolonged lack-of-crying- release
will guarantee that the body will accumulate
a huge amount of internal pollution and toxicity
that should have been released through the tears...
is it any wonder that the eyes sting so much
when we hold back our tears?'

LESSON FROM THE STUDY :
CRY YOUR HEART OUT WHEN YOU ARE

SAD,
LONELY,
ALONE,
DEPRESSED,
ETC.....

IT IS GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH!!!

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