Posted by Jamy (126.96.36.199) on January 22, 2000 at 22:47:10:
In Reply to: Interesting. posted by drummer on January 22, 2000 at 21:46:54:
If in any experiment I was asked to try and separate the physical self from the emotional self or the other way around I would find it very difficult. My mood is often a result of either my good or poor physical self, and the extent of my physical self is sometimes largely swayed by my emotional self. Example. I once was witness to cigarette burns that had been inflicted on a young girl. I threw up. My body reacted before I had time to think. I have awakened in "great pain" and thought "not now, please, not now". Are we so strong that the headaches need to sneak up on us to "get us". Or for those like myself who are chronic are we the strongest of all that we should bear the pain with no relief in sight. I would hope that the emotions of one or another have nothing what so ever to do with these headaches. It would mean having to give up my life for a life of contemplation for which I am not suited.
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