Question: Doctors advise us to cry once a week. They say tears relieve psychological stress. When we cry, endorphins, which we lack, are released. Also, they say physical pain is dulled. The body produces enkephalins, which are natural pain relievers. Sweat and tears help remove harmful toxins from the body, and tears help lower blood pressure. ”
It seems we should cry more often. Can you explain this?
Answer: Definitely. There is a lot in tears, in the very process of crying, in this little inner stress that tears carry.
This is purification. A man cries out.
Question: Does one have to cry to the end, and after that, he is at peace?
Answer: It is not easy. Even more so for men. It happens only sometimes when special exciting actions take place, when you feel that you are revealing something. But these are not women’s tears.
Question: Are men’s tears different from women’s?
Answer: Absolutely. This is where a borderline between men and women becomes clear—a woman cannot cry for male reasons or a man for female reasons. There is nothing to be done here. Therefore, we are two and not a single one. Our tears are different. We have different systems! In a male, it goes through the brain, and in a female through the heart and womb.
In a male, it goes a little through the heart, but mostly through the brain. In a female—through the heart and mainly through the womb. Tears go through these systems, which are called masculine and feminine.
A man cries when he realizes something special and his awareness of this special thing merges with his feelings for it. A woman cries when all this goes through her system. After all, they are completely different people. They are from different worlds!
Question: Then what does the connection of these worlds mean?
Answer: They do not connect. They unite only in the Creator when they rise above themselves in order to reveal their common single root. Only there can they unite, reveal the Creator, and each one truly reveal themselves in the other.
Therefore, there is such a special pull between us, the oppositeness of these genders and so on. This is a very complex system of relationships.
Question: Does the real union appear there—in the Creator?
Answer: In heaven, as they say.
Question: You are not a sentimental person, but when we are talking about your teacher Rabash very often I see how your eyes suddenly moisten and how different you become. Why?
Answer: I cannot do anything about it. Because the root of my soul is in him, that is why I am different.
From KabTV’s “News with Dr. Michael Laitman” 12/28/20