Discussion in 'Reincarnation, Religion and Spirituality' started by SkyeSpitfire, Dec 30, 2013.
I was in Jr High.
Darn! "No Milk Today" has become an earworm for me!
We had good music back then, the British Invasion. LOL
You just gave me an idea. I make my own CDs to listen in the car. I'll make a new one and add "No Milk Today".
A Time of Change!!!
I was just the opposite as a teenager than what I had to be later on when I had a career, as a teenager I was a sandal and jeans wearing young man (but I wasn't bad) I was just a "flower child" learning to play a folk guitar and sing folk songs for my friends.
I liked Peter, Paul & Mary, Pete Seeger, Arlo Guthrie, music of that type of genre, I was a "Love, not War" type of person, but our country was still in turmoil over the war in the 60's, and I was careful not to offend anyone so I remained rather neutral.
This was also the time when I finally came to grips with my beliefs on Past Lives and Reincarnation and everything started to come together for me, I buckled down and started getting serious with my school work and started planning out my life and taking extra classes towards my thoughts of a career for my future.
But even though my career changed me quite a bit, I'm still a "Stop and Smell the Flowers" type of person at heart and the old Folk songs still resonates with my Soul.
So lately, I'm uncontrollably drawn to anything to do with Jupiter. It started when I downloaded the NASA Symphonies of the Planets - the Voyager recordings. From the description: "The true ambient space sounds that come from electronic vibrations of the planets, moons and rings, electromagnetic fields of the planets and moons, planetary magnetosphere, trapped radio waves bouncing between the planet and the inner surface of it's atmosphere, charged particle interactions of the planet, it's moons and the solar wind" . I like it all but am just crazy-drawn to Jupiter and the Sphere of Io (One of Jupiter's moons). I meditate to it and sometimes keep it going all day long while I'm working.
I've found some binaural rythms and Soffreggio recordings that use the same frequency as Jupiter and the Sphere of Io, as well.
I have no idea what it means. But I have since found that Jupiter is the planet for my date/year/time of birth. Who knew?
Moby - Porcelain
idk but i heard it as a child and...
Still everytime i listen to that song get strange feelings and daydreams, but very blurry. Only this song make me feel like this, and I havent stopped listen to music all my life different genres.
Interestingly enough, I associate holiday music - especially "O Come All Ye Faithful" with the middle ages, even though most wasn't written until the 15-1800s. However, many songs were actually based on songs the medieval period; perhaps that has something to do with it.
I'm currently completely addicted to Tibetan singing bowls and Japanese taiko. Deep base, especially drumming, has always attracted me, in general. The sounds pierce right through me.
Hey Mere Dreamer, that first video really caught my attention...so much that I just listened to another hour of it on YouTube. I've never heard of this before, so thanks!
The music that resonates most with me is usually sad, melancholic, Ancient, Arabian or ethnic/traditional.
The songs that resonate the most might be a bit more modern, but still I'll put them here.
Cajun Blood by Jo-el Sonnier. I cry whenever I listen to it
Ne-yo's Coming with You
Just listen to the music in the background. It sounds so... surreal. It makes me imagine the afterlife and reincarnation when i hear it. It sounds so peaceful, so soothing, and don't even get me started on the instrumental break at about 3 minutes in the song!
That instrumental break... I can't even describe the relaxing effect it has on me. When i hear that part... i visualize that I'm in the afterlife... being reborn again, born a female (i'm transgender). Between the time i'm dead and reincarnating I want to hear that song, especially the part.
Ne-Yo – Coming With You:
Saw Tool in 06 at the Staples center, and this one has stuck with me.
I don't think I've mentioned this one, but I vaguely recall a discussion in this thread or another thread of Suo Gan. May have missed it going through the thread this time. Love it.
I LOVE and emotionally react to instrumental music. A while ago before I quitted all my hobbies & passions:
- I used to write fantasy stories, mythical ones, ancient ones, faeries, god & goddess and always listened to this kind of celtic instrumental music or in ancient latein/language, or any music that gives me sense of mystery & goosebump. This swiss composer is 1 of my fave. I love most of his creations, but I feel that his music more resonate to my dark side (e.g. Combat, ancient war, heart pain, more to neg emotions)
- I like a lot Chinese instrumental music guzheng & bamboo flute 1 2 this kind of music resonates more to my emotion when I feel in love, being artistic (drawing & dancing), engange more in my feminine side. Oh also love other kinds of string instrumental music eg. harp, guitar, etc
- but I also love all kinds of modern music & those in different languages
Btw music no 2 shows also type of realistic paintings of chinese ancient female that catch my heart
Recently I have got into bluegrass. I do not even know why but there is something very soothing about it.
But one of my favourite songs :
and another one. I have always loved "Summertime" but I think it is even prettier sang by Johansson.
I can not connect my feelings about types of music to anything related to reincarnation that I can think of unless the haunting that I sometimes feel when hearing "greensleeves".
I can get totally lost in Folk Music and recall my total indulgence in playing "Puff the Magic Dragon" on my guitar to the point that it became almost total Muscle-memory and I would add flourishes to it as if I was somehow a secondary part of the guitar-playing. A wonderful memory, something I truly missed when I lost the use of my left arm - sorry, I seem to be a little depressed today - I really miss playing my guitar.
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