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asked 2015-09-04 21:21:55 -0500

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Do advanced spiritual people feel emotions? do they get happy, sad, cry? What makes them cry

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answered 2015-10-24 00:33:27 -0500

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"Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh"

Very nice question ji, I would love to answer this as per my limited intellect.

Our emotions are the best indicators of our vibrations (our spiritual stage). If we are positive, we think good and do good. But when we are wrong our subconscious mind tells us with emotions that you are wrong. So our emotions tell us a lot of things. If your physical mind wants you to do something out of some vice, mainly lust, anger, greed, attachment and false pride, which may give you some temporary bodily pleasures or gratification for a little time but your sub-conscious mind will tell you that you were wrong through your emotions. you will feel guilty or bad, you will feel as if you have committed a sin. So emotions are a good indicators of how elevated we are spiritually and where we stand.

Advanced spiritual people also feel some contrast when then find that they are disconnected or separation from the Waheguru, In other words, When they feel that they have pinched themselves off of the divine. Then their subconscious mind give them emotional indicators of sorrow, sadness etc too so that they discontinue thinking or doing what ever is deviating them from their true path leading to divine.

Forgive me for my little knowledge or if I am wrong anywhere.


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answered 2015-09-23 19:03:20 -0500

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a man falls and grazez his knee, he crys out in pain and curses causing a big scene"

An enlightend being falls and grazez his knee pain is still felt but he neither crys our or curses for he excepts the will of god and carries on.

the third guru Guru Amar Das was cicked by the son of the secound guru because the son wanted the gurghadi for himself.

"guru amar das an old man smiled and replied forgive me son, i hope my hard old bones did not hurt your foot."

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