Did you know that when you are listening to music, your heart beat changes to the music?
I’ll tell ya, I’ve never believed that playing music to plants can make them grow faster and produce a larger harvest. But how can you not believe when you consider the life-changing qualities music can have on people?
Life-changing? Am I exaggerating?
I don’t think so. Think about Monty Python’s tune such as “Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life”. Wouldn’t you agree that hearing it at the right moment, could save someone from hurting themselves?
Or what about Marconi Union – Weightless? This song has been proved to reduce stress. Despite the fact that it was a small study, reduction in stress is significant. Plus, there are endless others.
What about perfectly-performed covers that changed the life of amateur singers? Like Paul Potts’ Nessum Dorma or Susan Boyle’s “I Dreamed a Dream”. Not only through TV shows, but also countless feel-good street performances that would make even the Rock shed a tear.
I bet you too have incredible examples where a song has come on at exactly the right time to boost your spirits, encourage or, even see someone open up. Because that’s what music does to us.
I’m personally a sucker for a good tune. I’ll laugh, I’ll cry. In a span of a 3-minute song I can go through a roller coaster of emotions. When I think about it, even my favorite video slots without deposit videoslotsfreespins.com that I play contain great tunes. Like Guns ‘n’ Roses or Jimi Hendrix.
The question remains, who or what gives music superhero-like powers? Mother Nature? God? Kick-ass producer? Bass player? Well, maybe not the bass player.
Jokes aside, we can harness the same power from the songs we listen to. I don’t have even a shadow of a doubt. That’s why it’s important to understand music, not only consume. Here’s a good starting point. What I mean is, understanding music not only will help you appreciate it more but also pick a right song for the right time. For example, what to listen to when you feel depressed or when you procrastinate.
And now, make a list of 10 songs that make you feel invincible. If you are having a hard time, try Eminem “Not Afraid”, soundtrack from “Suits” or something from a few decades back. Like Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing” or Bryan Adams’ “We’re Gonna Win”.