Hi Eva and welcome to I.Q. Music can play a major role in a persons enlightenment for music or sound is a vibration. The music that you love is the music that resonates with you and is the reason it makes you feel good.
Sometimes it's just music and sometimes it's the words but what it mostly does is change your vibration to a higher octave. You can also use music to change your vibration for instance if you are feeling down and sad play a happy piece of music and you will be instantly transported to a better feeling and vibration. Chanting and other music have been used for enlightenment for many centuries.
The way this works is that the vibration has an affect on the 7 major energetic centres that are called chakras and these in turn affect your glands in the body but Ill leave this for someone else to explain. Enjoy your music.
answered 21 Oct '11, 06:02
Hi, Eva...I welcome you to IQ!
Music has been, and always will be, my greatest counselor and spiritual support.
I was badly abused as a child- satanic ritual abuse and so on. It is not necessary for me to tell of it. Suffice to say that it tore my mind into pieces and has taken me all of my life to recover and get the pieces back into one whole mind again. So when I say that music was my counselor, and a Gift to me from God, I mean it with all my heart.
I was blessed with a fully developed set of vocal chords by the time I was 9 or so, and I sang whenever I was alone, I made up songs, and practiced and practiced my singing. I remember when I was in fifth grade and sang, "Lo, How a Rose Ere Blooming" at Christmas, with my 5th grade teacher's accompaniment on accordion...He was blown away.
Anyway, I was alone in it. My parents never quite allowed me to develop properly as a musician...They simply did not support me much. On my own, I found a way to learn piano, and although my parents did get me a rented viola, and allowed me to be in orchestra, I knew that my mother hated every moment of the hassles involved with that activity. But I managed somehow or other.
I loved church, too. I was the assistant to my church's organist, and sang in the adult choir there from age 13 onwards. I love spiritual classical music, and all I have to do to feel Heaven on Earth is to put on a set of headphones, and listen to Mozart's "Requiem Mass" or Beethoven's symphonies to be transported out of my body and into Peace itself. I quote from the poem by William Congreve:
It did this for me! I love still to sing "Ave Maria"...."How Beautiful Are the Feet of Them Who Preach the Gospel of Peace" from "The Messiah" and so on. I sing alone; I do not care if I have an audience or not; I sing, or play piano, as I did when I was a little girl, abused and alone, to and for God. The story has a happy ending, though! Wade plays guitar like a dream, and now that we are together, we jam, and now I live like I never could before.
It is Heaven to be with him. Total Heaven!
answered 21 Oct '11, 06:45
yes I understand what you mean completely.. for me it was a group of songs that influenced me and my whole change of frequency that came and struck me hard. This is one of the songs.. I can post others some other time, but this one was a mayor one.. I hope everyone enjoys it! :)
answered 21 Oct '11, 06:34
Eva goes with the Flow
everything that moves or vibrates makes music,
answered 21 Oct '11, 23:34