Is music making you unhappy?
“Kill this bitch, steal this girl, coke, dope, smack and crack”.
My ears love the sound hip hop music gives to me.
But then again, if I was to do some cocaine I’m sure my body would love the feeling of that too…
Now, some hip hop music can be light and uplifting, but some hip hop music can be harsh and angry.
My question today is, can music change your vibration and make you feel different on the inside?
I used to listen to Metallica when I was younger.
And other bands that played angry styled music like KoRn, Slipknot, Disturbed etc. etc.
Did this angry styled music have an effect on me?
I believe it very well did.
As an artist goes deep into a certain state of emotion to create a certain piece of music, I believe that their creation is welded together with their emotions, and when listened to by the audience, it is carried through and effects them.
The emotions of that artist are transmuted into their voice and instruments, creating a musical piece that vibrates either positively or negatively.
Which you, as the audience, then listen to and are influenced by.
Does happy music make you feel happy? Does sad music make you feel sad? Does angry music make you feel angry?
Did you know we are made up of 75% water?
I remember seeing this video on Youtube where this Japanese scientist played different kinds of music to water in test tubes. He then looked at each sample of water’s molecules under a microscope to see if there were any changes.
The results were amazing…
The angry metal music made the water molecules look all chopped and harsh, while the classical music made the molecules look like clean, cut snowflakes.
Which is nuts if you think about it.
Next time you listen to music, talk to yourself, listen to your intuition.
Does this song make me feel anxious? Does this song make me feel sad? Does this song make me feel better?
Don’t choose a song that you think will make you feel better, listen to a song and see if it makes you feel better.
You may just need a song that helps you travel up the emotional scale.
The Emotional Scale:
Going from a fearful state all the way up to a state of joy may be too far a jump – that is why I say go with what feels right.
You may need to go from hopefulness to get to optimism and so on and so on.
Go with what feels right, you will know because you can feel it.
Best of luck and happy listening 🙂
PS. If anyone’s interested, here is the short video on the results of the water experiment I spoke about earlier. The full documentary is quite interesting and can also be found on Youtube.
And here is another video of Abraham teaching about the power of music and vibration. I cannot find the specific video I wanted to share, but this video seems extremely similar in it’s teaching and may even be better:
Let me know what you think about this. I want to hear your opinions, so leave me a comment sharing your thoughts!!!
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