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naste.de.lumina
10th April 2013, 21:19
Hello friends.
One of the most common ways known to raise the vibrations is meditation.
So, it is not everyone who has facility to meditate.
Find difficulty meditating in the traditional way.
I'm one of those people.
And I find in music an alternative.
Some songs have the ability to let me jubilant.
Here I leave the link of two songs among many others that I would be listening to in the final moments of transition to the 5D if I could choose.

The first is the main theme of the movie Last of the Mohicans. (On guitar).
The Last of the Mohicans Rock Versión by Victor de Andres
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTDrl6i3FBA

The second and no less sensational is
Conan The Symphony - Part 1 - Basil Poledouris conducts the Andalucian Philarmonic Orchestra
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRTPf0g4h9s

I hope you enjoy.
Hug.
Wander Brazil.

S-L
10th April 2013, 21:36
This song does it for me:



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_xFkfK4OEg

thalox
10th April 2013, 21:38
thanks for thoses. i always liked The Last Of The Mohicans tune.

what i personally like though, is these kind of things;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQGmX_EZ3QE

these just do something to my mind. they make me focus on my ears, and head, and mind and breathing. this one is about an hour long but sometimes it feels like only 5 minutes has passed by. sometimes it knocks me out. still new to all this but it is interesting for me to say the least.

dpwishy
10th April 2013, 23:06
The band TOOL has mastered this art. They have complete control of your consciousness in a very calculated way, and they are doing it with the music/timing. The know what they are doing, it is not just a by product. They can bring you to some pretty amazing places, very high levels of consciousness and understanding. I don't consider them on the same level with any other musicians of any type. No one compares or can do what they do, its true magic.

DeDukshyn
10th April 2013, 23:56
I have had many songs, either via their inherent vibration or perhaps via a trigger of some sort, have been able to catapult me to momentary vastly increased vibrational states. Most, for me change over time -- as I grow and increase, so do the catalyst. It's always exciting for me to find a new song that can do this, occasionally I'll feel the effect so strong I'll burst into a tear for moment out of pure ... bliss? No real proper word for what I mean.

I'm not sure if this is fully in that category I speak of, but it really is a deep song, that I was just thinking of, so here it is. Guitar god Steve Vai performing "For the Love of God"

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Frank Hewitt
11th April 2013, 05:42
I know this is very weird but actually my first "trance" in this lifetime was with this song DPyOhP1GTRQ
I dont recommend anyone to do this carelessly because i dont remember how i learnt to do this with this kind of music, but you just have to melt and fuse with the music... It is very weird

The Truth Is In There
11th April 2013, 10:07
i think it's a matter of perception or personal preference what raises or lowers one's vibration (if that is possible). most people would disagree with "Frank Hewitt" and say that burzum, and black metal in general, is satanic, lowers your vibration and [fill in more bad stuff here]. i wholeheartedly agree with him, while music that many others enjoy makes me sick, like rap/hip hop/house/techno etc.

it's called "taste" and it shows that music is just energy and neither "good" nor "bad". what matters is how it influences a person.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7SUFmG9REA


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bLnSEeP_rPw


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mlH6KnEHbk