Although dictionaries describe orgasms as the most intense pleasure during intimate interactions, this hub is not AT ALL about that kind of orgasms, but about the kind we are all able to enjoy daily in public. Perhaps not always in public and perhaps not always daily. But then, a good orgasm can keep us positive and happy for days.
Laughter is an emotional orgasm
We wake up in the morning with a desperate desire to be happy.We actually wish we could live every minute in a state of ultimate joy. We strive daily to reach mind-boggling peaks of happiness, preferably more than once per day -
Those marvellous outburst of laughter...
Laughing is one of the most enjoyable pleasures humans are able to experience. An outburst of laughter instantly relieves our tension. Laughter makes us literally feel lighter, more positive and fills us with energy.
Our need for laughter motivates us to watch comedies, read jests, go on holidays and to have interactions with friends.
- Laughter is an orgasm triggered by the interim course of sense and nonsense. ~Author Unknown
- At the height of laughter, the universe is flung into a kaleidoscope of new possibilities. ~ Jean Houston
- Laughter is an instant vacation. ~ Milton Berle
- A good, real, unrestrained, hearty laugh is a sort of glorified internal massage, performed rapidly and automatically. It manipulates and revitalizes corners and unexplored crannies of the system that are unresponsive to most other exercise methods. ~Author unknown, from an editorial in New York Tribune, quoted in Quotations for Special Occasions by Maud van Buren
Crying is an emotional orgasm
Sometimes the orgasm of happiness could be crying instead of laughing. The cause of this phenomenon is rooted in unfulfilled dreams and/or memories buried in the subliminal-consciousness. Crying could also be a sign of inhibit sadness and/or anger. What matters is that crying is also an emotional orgasm relieving our tension.
Crying may be the opposite of laughing, but it is actually only the flip side of the same coin called 'Emotional Orgasm'.
Our need for crying motivates us to watch movies (soul-touching dramas), and to read (and/or write) highly emotional fiction and poems.
- To weep is to make less the depth of grief. ~William Shakespeare, King Henry the Sixth
- Those who do not know how to weep with their whole heart don't know how to laugh either. ~Golda Meir
- What soap is for the body, tears are for the soul. ~Jewish Proverb
- Let your tears come. Let them water your soul. ~Eileen Mayhew
- Unless you have been very, very lucky, you have undoubtedly experienced events in your life that have made you cry. So unless you have been very, very lucky, you know that a good, long session of weeping can often make you feel better, even if your circumstances have not changed one bit. ~Lemony Snicket
NB: "Emotional tears produce not only prolactin, they also produce something called leucine enkephalin which is a natural painkiller." Read Nell-Rose hub about The-Process-Of-Crying here....
Enjoy a good laugh with this baby....
Thanks for all the laughs, Dave!
A hearty laugh gives one a dry cleaning, while a good cry is a wet wash. ~Puzant Kevork Thomajan