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[Sticky] Music Therapy

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Music is such a powerful tool. It has helped me to get through some of my darkest times and spurred me on through my most productive and triumphant times.

Without music I would be completely lost. 

How has music influenced you?

Who is your go-to artist or genre when you’re low or high?

What about your chill days and your productive days?

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I love music

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Joined: 9 months ago

Absolutely agree!

Such an amazing tool to use. I opt more for meditation or frequency music. Check out Power Thought Meditation Club on YouTube. They have loads of tracks, based in different frequencies to help you move through specific emotions.

When I was very low I avoided listening to songs with words. That just kept triggering me and didn’t allow me to heal. The day I got into the car, turned on the radio and didn’t cry with the first song that played I knew the healing was working. Lol.



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