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Music helps!

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side of Recovery' started by tubalkain, Jun 11, 2008.

  1. tubalkain

    tubalkain Well-Known Member

    While on H I almost forgot how much I loved music. Now I don't go anywhere without my iPod and first thing in the morning I listen to whatever are my current favs on full blast.

    There are some scientific explanations why music improves our mood but I won't bother, I'll just say it does for me and in a major way at that, it literally energizes me.

    Anyway, if there are any good singers here, please upload yourself on youtube for all to hear, meantime here's my today's top 3:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Sp9OOoxCJo
    Last year's Eurosong winner, an instant classic in this part of the world, an amazing gypsy singer and super hot back vocals babes

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69Grnh7Qin8
    esmee, the internet phenom with angelic voice

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbqXukY7WkI
    somewhat fascist textually, but energizing Croatian superstar

    P.S.
    Did anyone else notice that your voice is different on opiates? I guess the reason is muscles being relaxed, doable with other techniques.
     
  2. hopefien

    hopefien Well-Known Member

    It is kind of crazy...I woke up this morning and i was listening to some great AA speakers on my i-pod on the train...and i thouht back to when i got out of detox 3 years ago and the counsler told me that since i have a great love of music i should use that as part of my recovery....i enjoyed the music but relapsed a month in due to lack of any real solution....music can be a great tool for relaxing....i usein conjunction with a program of recovery, not instead of.


    God i offer myself to thee- to build with me and do with me as thou wilt.
     

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