Music: Are You Tuned in to What Your Music Is Doing to You?  

 In health

 

A break from music--or a change in music--may serve you well.

A break from music–or a change in music–may serve you well.

People are becoming more aware of how things affect them. From everything from the amount of hours that we sleep at night to television and video games, how we live our lives—and the things we do—is important for health and wellness. But one thing that you may not be paying attention to, but which may be affecting you, is the music to which you are listening.

How does music affect us?

The music that you’re listening to may be affecting you and your thoughts, even if subliminally. Think about it: what type of music do you listen to? What is the general mood of the music? What do the lyrics say? When lyrics are negative, about relationship and love, or send mixed-messages, this can affect our:

  • Bodies;
  • Thoughts;
  • Emotions;
  • Feelings; and
  • Energy.

How to Tune Out the Music

You don’t have to stop listening to music entirely, but you should consider the effect that your music may be having on you. Try this exercise – for one week, stop listening to music. Take out your earbuds, turn off your vehicle’s radio, and just enjoy silence. Then, record how you feel. Chances are, you’ll feel more positive about life in general.

To learn more about how music can affect your subconscious and other things that may be getting in the way of your energy, reach out to success coach and mentor Sheevaun Moran today.

Try This New Way of Tuning In

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