Music Is Liberating.

Last Update: August 08, 2020

We all work regularly, whether that be taking care of children, with your job or even household chores that can mount up and can all be extremely exhausting to say the least. You may turn to certain habits to escape it all! Don't get me wrong, many people have good habits to wind down and relax.

For me, it's got to be music. It is my "medication", my "ecstasy", my solution. It takes me to another level but it's not the kind either that influences me in anyway.

It's the kind of music that makes you feel good and energetic. Magical and uplifting such as trance music from early 2000's such as "Armin Van Burren" or orchestral angelic music such as "Eurielle." Whatever rocks your boat!

The power of music is food for the soul. It cleanses and can heal your soul.

It awakens your senses and gives you a rush of pure imagination. It sends through tingling sensations in your head that protects and strengthens.

Just escape into the world of music as if you are writing a book or creating pure imagination and rise up again!

This is even great - if running out of ideas for content creation --- Thank you and I'll you leave with a soundful quote:-


"MUSIC DRIVES YOU, IT WAKES YOU UP, IT GETS YOU PUMPING,

AND, AT THE END OF THE DAY,

ONLY THE CORRECT TUNE WILL CHILL YOU DOWN"

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Farmbeauty34 Premium
Hey...
I agree 510% music helps heal the body in so many different ways, when listening to the proper music that is... There is so many different genres that can help you move passed in different obstacles in your life... I personally love all genres I don't like to limit myself to just one specific type because I don't want to miss out on anything great... My playlist is crazy and I have something for everyone that rides in the car with me... Lol

But secretly I rather drive alone, to go do things out of respect I will always invite someone to come but I hope they say no because that's where I get the most release of my stress... Windows down music blaring just jamming out to whatever I feel like listening to most... But I am respectful intersections, and neighborhoods I will turn down as I know not everyone likes all the music that I may listen to... Especially if I am next to the elderly they are sometimes fragile and can't tolerate it all, but once I am not around anyone the music gets turned back up and I am right back to jamming... It is very refreshing, and I have been through so much... Music has gotten me through so much, I don't know where I would be if I couldn't listen to all the music I love...

Great post and thanks for sharing...
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Farah20 Premium
Many thanks for commenting. I too find music healing and amazing, when listening to certain ones that you like. Keep on listening and good luck with everything hun.
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FrankB-1 Premium Plus
Hi Farah,

I couldn't agree more with your post!

I listen to or play music whenever humanly possible.

It has a tremendously powerful postive effect on the human spirit.

I have seen great success in treating a variety of severe diseases with music therapy.

Music transcends culture and language and brings people together.

It doesn't matter what kind of music you like, as long as it makes you happy.

I am primarily a musician. Everything else I do is just my "daytime job" :-)

Frank
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Farah20 Premium
I am so pleased by your passionate comment! A musician, eh? I do play a violin myself.
Yes, music is so powerful that it is even used in meditation or sound therapy to heal conditions. I couldn't agree more. Thank you!
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FrankB-1 Premium Plus
Yes, I have successfully used it to treat some patients with tinnitus (ringing in the ears) and hyperacusis (sensitivity to certain sounds)!

Keep playing music as much as you can. :-)
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chiekoko57 Premium
It's true I can not imagin without music.
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Farah20 Premium
Yes life without music would be dull and boring. Keep on listening!
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JeffreyBrown Premium
Very true, Farah, and for me, different moods require different bands, I mostly like rock in roll--70, 80, 90s Metal bands too, though not all of them! I also listen to Country Music on occasion!

Enjoy your weekend!

Jeff
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Farah20 Premium
I have to admit, I do like a bit of Jon bon jovi myself, yeah it's good to like a variety.
You have a lovely weekend too.
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JeffreyBrown Premium
Indeed, Farah! Bon Jovi can jam!😎👍
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Eugene Premium Plus
I like slow ones, good for the spirit
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Farah20 Premium
Yes I agree, thanks for commenting!
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