a reply to: schuyler
You just couldnt resist taunting the self proclaimed mental patient, could you?
A little thing in your brain went *DING!* Omg he's....On Medication? And admits to hearing voices? YYYYYESS!!!!!! Time to have FUN!!!!
To the OP: yeah, I hear music sometimes, but never heard a GO AWAY. But then I never tried talking to the music either
I think my music is just in
my head. I think I'm just a musical person. So I make up music a lot.
One time, long ago when I was "on a trip", I heard/imagined the most vibrant swing music, and I was young and listened to Mostly rap and rock,
definitely nothing older than 60s rock. But ever since this trip I went on, I have opened up a lot more to older music. Blues, swing, jazz. I still
retain my love of more modern music, and classical music, I just opened up my tastes a lot more.
Part of me wonders if I was in a swing band/big band in a past life. That could possibly correlate with my feelings of possibly being a black person
in past life. Long after the Trip, I read the Autobiography of Malcolm X, and the time he spent in these musical dance clubs of the 40s, hanging out
with some of the great musicians, also struck a chord with me if you will.
Then, while watching old movies, I have a fascination with old movies, the older the better, but while watching old movies, I swear at least once I
heard the very same tune I had "invented in my mind" during my cross galactic "Trip". It was quite a catchy tune, in my opinion. Very lively.
Of course, it's possible I heard this tune somewhere during my Current lifetime that my conscious mind quickly forgot, and the effects of traveling
intergalictivally caused this memory to be jostled loose from my own subconscious mind, making it available once again to my conscious mind, appearing
to me as a "new experience".
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