Music remains one of the most ethereal art forms and is, by nature, part of the human being. It can transport us into memories of the past, take us into the present, and open us to the future possibilities. Also, it can be the reason why music always affects our emotions. There are many ways to recognize how music can impact your life. So here are the three aspects of how music can influence all of us.
Music Expands Our Emotional State
We understand that our emotional state’s three pillars are: our attention, our speech, and our physiology. Music can change all three things in an instant. Have you ever noticed that when you play a song that is associated with incredible memories, it immediately turns into a feeling of gratitude. It gives you the basics and greatly changes your attention, which in turn changes your emotional state.
Besides that, unconsciously, both music and singing can make us bilingual in the blink of an eye and radically affect how you communicate with others. Music can also directly influence our physiology condition. For instance, we can suddenly sit straighter, breathe deeper, or dance like crazy, which positively affects our emotions. The direct effect of music can be seen in three areas that make up our emotional state, and we can use it to put us in the stage immediately when we need to break the vicious circle of unwanted emotions.
Music Makes Us Unity
When we faced the latest tragedy in our lives, we suddenly remembered our favorite songs, which profoundly affected us. The music brought us closer to what we had. Music has allowed us to connect with our incredible memories of the past, made us grateful for the present, and made us understand what the future could bring. In all its forms, music has given us the means to express our emotions and establish relationships. Based on that situation, we can also feel like we are closer to certain other people. It means that music can correlate one person to another.
Music Increases Our Intuitiveness
We might notice some moments of silence that comes when the music stops when it echoes in our head and slowly fades away. Then, when you tried to feel the song deeper, it will bring us into intense silence. The music transcends us in the present, in the spaces between the sounds, it completely encloses the silence. Music also teaches us to appreciate silence and to desire a peaceful situation. Music teaches us to listen without judging and to commit ourselves to silence, not to avoid it and to fear it. Music shows us that in reality, we have only one mouth, but two ears, and opens us to the beauty of silence and the ability to listen.