Music is a hypnotic stimulus, bringing the mind into an altered state of consciousness, where the subconscious gains control and the conscious mind shuts down.
Music is the art of sensibly and logically organizing a coherent combination of sounds and silences while respecting the fundamental principles of melody, harmony and rhythm, through the intervention of complex psychoanimic processes. Evolving since its origin in ancient Greece, for several decades it has become more complex, of diverse experiences, artists, borders that expand the limits of the definition of this art.
It has multiple purposes, which provoke feelings, emotions, circumstances, thoughts or ideas, helping to provoke an aesthetic experience in the listener.
Music is an art that accompanies the life of the human being since the beginning of history. that existed in nature and sounds coming from the inner part of the human being, like the beat of the heart. The discoveries that have been made around this art show that there were already concepts of harmony in the music of prehistory.
Music is not only an art to which many people resort to fill their lives with happiness, there are also therapeutic actions that use music as an element, music therapy is one of them. It consists of a scientific application of sound, music and dance through a treatment that tries to integrate the cognitive, the emotional and the motor, which releases the bad feelings and allows to meet the energy of each being, helping to improve the communication, individual expression and social integration, is a whole that is difficult to describe but that we can all feel from the soul.
It is a hypnotic stimulus, which leads the mind to an altered state of consciousness, where the subconscious gains control and the conscious mind shuts down.
We escape from the outside world, introducing ourselves into a kind of hypnotic trance, which uninhibits us and allows us to take our mind and thoughts to another level where everything is possible. Hypnotic world of the subconscious. Set of sounds that provoke that hypnotic stimulus within.
Mixing music with motion, our aim is to create an experience that provokes the soul, boost it with inspiration. Enjoy.
It Starts Now ✤ Creative Minds ✤ Nr.001
Well, anyway... This is therefore to say... that the transformation of human consciousness through meditation is frustrated so long as we think of it as something that I by myself can bring about, by some sort of wangle, by some sort of gimmick. Because you see it leads to endless games of spiritual one-up-manship. And of guru competition. Of my guru being more effective than your guru. My yogas are faster than your yoga. I am more aware of myself than you are. I am humbler than you are. I am sorrier for my sins than you are. I love you more than you love me. There’s these interminable goings on where people fight and wonder whether they are a bit more evolved than somebody else and so on.
All that can just fall away. And then we get this strange feeling that we’ve never had in our lives except occasionally by accident. Some people get a glimpse that we are no longer this poor little stranger and afraid in a world it never made.
But that you are this universe. And you are creating it at every moment.
Because you see it starts now. It didn’t begin in the past. There was no past. If the universe began in the past, when that happened it was now. But it is still now and the universe is still beginning now and it’s trailing off like the wake of a ship from now and as the wake of the ship fades out, so does the past. You can look back there to explain things but the explanation disappears. You will never find it there. Things are not explained by the past. They’re explained by what happens now. That creates the past. And it begins here.
— It Starts Now, Alan Watts
Nr.002 ✤ Overthinker
Are we moving toward a world without truth? With the rise of social media, information bubbles, and the possibilities of Deepfakes, we no longer live in a shared reality. How to proceed?
We are living in an "infocalypse", says British disinformation expert Nina Schick. In her book "Deepfakes and the Infocalypse - What You Urgently Need to Know", she outlines a society overwhelmed by too much information, where it is no longer possible to distinguish between "information" and "disinformation".
With the advent of social media, various groups in our society tend to retreat more and more into their own 'echo chambers.' In these they experience their own 'subjective truth.' This makes it increasingly difficult to reach a consensus on how the "real" world should be seen.
A new effective and influential step in the spread of dis- and misinformation is the rise of synthetic media.