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Using Transmusic Therapy

One participant trans recalls: ‘I do not remember anything of how dancing to trance, and was surprised when my friend told me that I danced for a long time (more than an hour). I thought it was two minutes. And now understand that I abused dancing, not surprisingly, that my head was burning. Not surprisingly, I was excited. I knew the day would be even more amazing! “There are several methods of hypnosis, but perhaps the most enigmatic – it is trance music and dancing to it. The best way to learn hypnosis is to visit a nightclub or rave party, where it plays a trance. Although anyone can turn off the lights, play music and dance at home, feeling presence in a large room with laser beams, hundreds of other people, with professional quality sound is a totally different experience. When people come to the trans-party, they feel the lightness of body, maybe even numbness or dissociation, a sense that the mind and body are separate, as if they were looking at ourselves. Flashing lasers slows, causing a sensation of distortion of movement, space and time, and senses become more vivid.

Another common phenomenon is catalepsy, a condition in which muscles are soft, not stiff. Organism allocates endorphins (hormones of joy), allowing dancers to continue to move hours away. While listening to trance music, people often feel that they are less constrained and able to talk about their emotions. Often there is a deep sense of interdependence and the dancing begins to feel relationship with the people around him. It’s almost as if these people were in another time and place where the rules do not apply, and the outside world ceased to exist. Get out of the trance state easily. Once the music stops or someone gets a break from dancing, burning emotions are gradually beginning to fade. The question remains: is listening and dancing to trance music a viable treatment of mental disorders, such as anxiety and depression? Some dancers say that they are awakened by the trance feeling spilled over into their everyday lives, encouraging them to talk about their emotions better, or showing a positive new way of thinking. However, for others, the only time when they can get through these feelings, there is play trance music in clubs.

The Sun

Since anchor King Gotthilf Fischer should not be missed, which is based in the Nightie out of the window at night, to sleep to provide. For their anniversary film hatched NoRMAhl band members themselves in the roles of their narrow-minded fathers, whose life is happening between everyday work and nightly drunken stupor in the village Tavern. A history of two generations of sympathetic loser – in a truly wild time… Jong r – the soundtrack truly great listening cinema offers for really little money because even the soundtrack to the film. 19 tracks are sure to find every track was finely carefully embedded in the dramatic flow of the Strip, and newly recorded each track.

One even in very special way: “Thirst” could interpret Normahl from the local music society – as noise-leather folk music version. There remains guaranteed no eye dry – and folklore custodians Fischer, in the film with a supporting role considered his true joy it would have. Worth listening highlights but form “Go like a tiger” of course NoRMAhl hits like the catchy balladeske, called for many punk fans in the same breath with “Here comes Alex” the pants, the rough early work “Bullshit total”, or the “German weapons” lost after the Winnender rampage of involuntarily to most current explosiveness. Also its really peaceful hometown gets off his fat – NoRMAhl call him simply “Ghost town”. Two brilliant cover – version also offer Besa & co: “Suspicious minds” by Elvis Presley and “Holidays in The Sun” by the sex pistols, tear punchy, inspired and everything else as anbiedernd on the boxes. That Normahl, which have none of their power–have lost four of Germany’s oldest place of punk, and prove something to himself, nor anyone, but show the best newly composed tracks: whether “Berlin”, “after all these years” or “So I stay punk” – even or especially because of their 30-year-old rock experience, Besa and co.