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  • It seems since I've started using the Aneros... or my toothbrush lol, which has been a couple weeks, I've cried more.
    Not the kind of poor me crying. In fact it hasn't been based on any emotion. Maybe a song has some lyrics that strike me as true and the music flows through me and I'll find myself almost brought to tears. It's not even like, "Oh, this is so great!! *weeping*" It's just like an awakening of my being and the ability to feel has a natural tearing response or something.
    Or in meditation I'll come across a memory, not anything emotional at all. Today, I was sitting and I came across a memory of my mom driving me to the beach in HS, nothing happened on the drive. It was just the memory and the ability to feel and connect with that memory that caused me to tear.
  • Fuzzy
    Posts: 99
    I know the sort of crying you're talking about. It happens to me too, but it always has. My use of the aneros hasn't changed that, but I guess maybe I've been more in touch with my feelings than a lot of men all my life.
    Certain songs that I hear on the radio, or emotional scenes in movies bring me to tears regularly.
  • VoyagerVoyager
    Posts: 200
    On such a night the sea engulphed
    My father's lifeless form;
    My only brother's boat went down
    In just so wild a storm;
    And such, perhaps, may be my fate,
    But still I say to thee,
    Fear not but trust in Providence,
    Wherever thou mayst be."

    Some lines from an old sea shanty called "The Pilot".
    It brings a tear to my eye when I hear it.
  • BusterBuster
    Posts: 953
    This is a great thread! I guess I have never really thought about it before but if there is one consistent thing that can bring tears to my eyes it is music. For some reason it has a very powerful effect on me. It is also weird that I can listen to a certain song and be completely into it at one time only to have it have an emotional effect on me at another time.
  • skeeter_gskeeter_g
    Posts: 240
    I have absolutely noticed that with my Aneros use that I started to become more emotional.

    I now never know what will bring it on.. whether it is music, a thought of a dog I use to have that has passed away, even sometime on TV. I sometime can even be thinking of the beauty around me, such as the sky, or clouds, or the world in general.

    It is not a full out crying, but a few tears for sure. I do feel it deep inside of me as well.

    When I have super-O's I seem to get, or have some additional emotions that come out.

    To my wife I use to be what she considered a cold fish, and emotionless, but now she has even noticed the difference. She actually will now even come to me to hold me with a hug...

    It is one of the most interesting things that the Aneros has seemed to bring out in me besides the super-O.
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,257
    Guys,

    I have a slightly different point of view about this increased tendency to cry. I don’t think it is because we have become more emotional. I think it is because we have become more responsive to our existing emotional feelings. They are the same feelings we held prior to beginning the Aneros journey. During the process of rewiring we develop the ability to tune into and listen to our body’s response language. IMHO, this communication is taking place at a deep sub-conscious level, where emotions are allowed free expression. In order to experience the Super-O, we need to have our psyche in harmony with our body, thus engaging our emotional thoughts in the process. I believe this has a carry over effect into our daily lives as our senses are presented with evocative stimuli. I think it is somewhat like a conditioned response phenomenon. We don’t cry because we are more emotional, we cry because we are more responsive.
  • PhilSPhilS
    Posts: 32
    I agree with rumel. Since using the Helix my emotional side became more obvious and then I realized that I simply allowed it more than I had. I like this part of the experience even more than the prostate massages, and I like them a lot.

    Tonight I took my wife to see the movie "Marley and Me." I cried at least as much as she did and I am proud of that. I would never have thought that before starting the program. Let your self be whole self is my suggestion.
  • OMG! It's like that scene in Pinocchio, were all the bad boys on Pleasure Island turn into jackasses...only we're turning into Pussies!

    (I've always wondered about this little white curly tail on my trunk...)
  • BigE
    Posts: 45
    In my yoga class we are learning that as you open up channels and meridians there is an emotional component. Experiencing emotions during yoga or any other work that opens up the flow of energy, qi or prana is normal and part of the work. The aneros and re-wiring is all about opening.
  • We're tuning in to our "Inner-feminine" side. I think we don't cry so much because of the way the culture frowns upon men being weak if they cry. Men like to be strong and most think that they are too weak if they cry. However, when we experience something of indescribable words and never humanly thought possible (The P-Spot and Super-Orgasm) we begin to relate with our ''Feminine Energy." No, I don't mean we are becoming pussies. :P I mean we can relate to females more because we have now ''discovered'' this newly found energy.

    Then again... I may just be dreaming and want to tell myself to believe what I just said. Either way something is happening and I'm enjoying every bit of it!!
  • I think there is a nerve somewhere near the prostate that makes us cry. Tears come out when I am havin a prostate orgasm with or without the aneros.
  • gm501
    Posts: 87
    PhilS said:

    I agree with rumel. Since using the Helix my emotional side became more obvious and then I realized that I simply allowed it more than I had. I like this part of the experience even more than the prostate massages, and I like them a lot.

    Tonight I took my wife to see the movie "Marley and Me." I cried at least as much as she did and I am proud of that. I would never have thought that before starting the program. Let your self be whole self is my suggestion.


    That movie made me cry too. I thought it was just the movie, but maybe it was part of my "journey".