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5 Amazing Super Powers You’ll Develop When You Get Creative

5 Amazing Super Powers You’ll Develop When You Get Creative

Not only do you as an individual benefit from lateral and imaginative thinking and then manifesting creation through your skill or expertise, but society benefits too. Can you imagine the world without art, music, literature, hout-cuisine, architecture, landscaping and a host of other delectable contributions that others have provided since time immemorial?

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Come on Hear the Noise – Tuning Into Your Own Resonance

Come on Hear the Noise – Tuning Into Your Own Resonance

It’s not the easiest thing in the world to tune out the chaos of life, but fortunately, there are tools like meditation and breathing exercises and music to get us through!

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How Drumming Changed The Way My Brain Processes Music

How Drumming Changed The Way My Brain Processes Music

By Omar Cherif Three weeks ago, I found through my Finnish bungalow-mate, Jarkko, that there is an Underworld concert at the Hollywood Bowl. I thought it would be a cool event and we agreed to go together. We had our raving days back in our early 20s and it has been while for the both […]

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Does Good Music Make Us Better People?

Posted by on December 1, 2014 in Sci-Tech, Science with 0 Comments
Does Good Music Make Us Better People?

A recent Japanese study suggests that listening to good music might make us more altruistic, while bad music makes us more selfish.

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Music as Medicine

Posted by on November 4, 2014 in Healing & Natural Remedies, Health with 0 Comments
Music as Medicine

The field of Quantum Physics teaches that a foundational seed concept from which all other knowledge of our cosmic universe grows is that of String Theory. The notion of String Theory explains that, while our entire universe is made up of particles and their seemingly ever-unfolding plethora of sub-atomic singularities, it is only when these isolated singularities come together to form a string that intelligence is brought to life.

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Can Your Favorite Song Make You Smarter?

Posted by on September 30, 2014 in Sci-Tech, Science with 0 Comments
Can Your Favorite Song Make You Smarter?

When we hear our favorite music, our thoughts tend to shift inward, activating the default mode network (DMN) a network of brain regions that’s active when a person is awake but at rest. Our favorite songs also seem to spark a conection between our auditory circuts and the hippocampus, a region responsible for memory and emotions.

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