Unveiling Sacred Sensual Sexual Musical Rhythm: Play That Unconscious Primal Blues Tune!

MODE of Cosmic Therapy: Find and Blow That Saxophone of Unmitigated Stress Release

How many interesting people have you encountered today? Can you name one, two, possibly three? And, what exactly is it that made them especially interesting to you? Of the selected people, can you remember what their names were? Was it their smile, tone of voice, fragrance, and/or attitude? When remembering any one of these attributes, which one specifically stood out in your mind the most?

Or did you spend yet another day without even the possibility of discovering even one ‘notable’ human being? IF this be the case, your participation in your daily affairs is at an all time low and in need of rejuvenation. Let’s see what we can do about that!

We have been on somewhat of an esoteric excavation into the unconscious mind, in the last few articles. No reason to slow up, now. In order, to establish and maintain a creative sublimely sacred sensual sexual artistic dialogue with the deepest parts of your hidden nature, you must begin to recognize the available signs, omens, indications, and connections offered during the course of the day.

Beginning tomorrow, note the very first person you come in contact with whom you do not know as a friend, acquaintance, or family member. Recognize and relate the first name. When I say relate, I mean do you know anyone else with that particular name? [Most especially someone from your past] Does that person remind you of someone else, if so, how specifically? Mentally record the apparent similarity.

Next, be increasingly aware of the particular conversation taking place. If a radio happens to be playing note the particular song. If not, as soon as it is feasibly possible and when you have access to music, record the very first words of the song you are able to listen to. It holds a valuable message from your subconscious that is pertinent to your life as it currently stands. Pay attention to its flavor.

With the very next words I write, I ask you to ascribe whatever particular meaning you have to them: “It only takes a small grain of sand to form an exquisite pearl in an oyster shell.” What does this sentence mean to you, respectively? Think about it! What has an oyster, sand or pearl have to do with anything in your life at this precise moment?

Just jot down whatever comes to mind. Do not ponder on the words too long nor try to dissect too much reference to the miracle associated. Simply be acutely aware of how these particular random words play themselves out in the coming weeks. You will be humorously entertained when one, all or the symbolic representation shows up in your face.

Their innocuous appearance may come in the form of a line on a television show, advertisement, book, restaurant menu; a casual remark made in the grocery store or may be even in a doctor’s office. Who knows? Many, many ways and means do the obscured messages appear without warning or provocation.

OK Let’s continue with this silly esoteric game. Everyone has ingrained fears of some sort. Whether they are recognizable physical fears, mental apparitions or socially related taboos, the bottom line is that we are all inherently afraid of something. WE worry, fret and dwell on things that might possibly happen that we would not like to go through. In other words, we like to think of our upcoming experiences as relatively pleasant and without much ensuing chaos.

However, it is those underlying silent fears that we are not even aware of that cause us our most turbulent problems. How can we become aware of what some of these might be? First, of all, we must be willing to surrender the idea that any of our preconditioned ideas are fixed and immovable, unable to be penetrated by unusual and unlikely infiltration.

Because we are connected to which transpire in our existence and beyond, nothing occurs that we are innately unaware of. IF and when we have need of the specific applicable information, IT is always provided. The key is tuning into and onto the frequency of transferable vibration upon which it rides.

In one of my other articles, “Everybody’s Got A Story, So What?” The implication is that we are all carrying incredible indelible stories layered, filtered, dispersed and propagate but WHAT does it matter IF we’re not paying attention to the broadcast?

Anyway, with the very next phone call you receive, one of your most prevalent fears will be dispersed. You will not have to listen carefully or dissect every word, nor do you have to try to interpret the communication offered. But, you must do to is open yourself to the initial receptivity and allow your unconscious to process the information. In other words, simply be willing to ‘go with the flow.’

We possess inherent masterful esoteric mind power of which we have not begun to access. But, this minute can ignite the process IF we delve into the realm of the ‘not so ordinary’ reception of ideas and messages. It’s an enormous amount of fun simply being human but when combined with the extraordinary games riding piggy back in our daily activities, it makes for a real ‘hoot and holler’ experience of the best kind.

When you actually establish and maintain the working relationship between your conscious and unconscious mind, you begin to open up in every aspect of your life. You will immediately begin to experience heightened sensations and accelerated tastes. Sounds will enliven your world. Sacred Sensual sexual artistic episodes will show up erratically to the point of absurdity.

You will laugh aloud for the inability to discount the credence associated. People will note a difference in your demeanor. You’ll suddenly begin to look younger and less haggard. Ah! Ha1 Sounds like either a lie or magic, right? Try it. That’s all you have to do.

But, remember and never ever forget. It’s all in the details; the seemingly overlooked insignificant details tell the tale. The clues are often buried in multiple ‘Lego like’ structures. The theme is masked deliberately. That’s the humorous part; the ‘webbous’ labyrinth involved in unraveling the self-projected mystery.

We are repeatedly gaining knowledge throughout the day! This knowledge proves to be invaluable only when we appreciate the sacredness of the honor in it. Nothing is without a divine reason attached. When we add our entrenched logic to the matter, we often times come up with the supposed ‘right’ answer but have not satisfied the soul’s curiosity.

Living passionately involves going beyond the boundaries of what is expected and accepted. It also involves following a path whose direction is not yet paved. And, can only be carved by your individual foot prints. Now is the time, to accelerate your esoteric journeyed experiment in love, life, laughter, liberty and lathering days of sudsy rollickingly musical play.

You got your bubbles? I got mine!

PS The next available song you hear that has a saxophone in the musical composition: heed the stark message. It’s real personal.

High School Musical Solus – Play It! Sing It!

Sony’s PlayStation has its own appeal and its own niche consumers. When it was introduced in the market, owning one used to be a status symbol. The prices were high but the rage it created couldn’t be tempered down. The games that it came out with became super successful and its characters became cult figures.

For the first time on any gaming console, fans are being allowed to interact with the movie’s characters High School Musical: Sing It! The fans of the movie get to feel the real experience of being an intrinsic part of the musical. Creativity and skills of the players are tested as they get to mix and match their favourite movie characters, scenes and songs to themselves attain the star status. Getting to interact with your movie stars is one USP that makes this game the ultimate choice of all PS lovers. Meant for the entire family, the High School Musical Solus features motion-captured-choreography from the original movie’s dance routines.

The players are offered the option of three play modes- story, party and QuickPlay. The fans get to chose characters from amongst their favourite stars in the movie, viz. Gabriella, Troy, Ryan, Chad or Taylor. The game features super hit songs from the movie in solo or duet, such as Something New’ and ‘We’re All in this Together”. The story mode enables the players to live the movie through song and dance. Friends get to compete against each other in the party mode. And in the QuickPlay mode players can participate and become a part of any song, and choose from any character, environment or outfit that they have unlocked.

Features of the High School Musical Solus (PS)—

  1. You can Sing and dance to all the songs from ‘High School Musical,’ ‘High School Musical 2’ and other popular tracks by the Disney Channel stars
  2. The game includes motion-captured choreography from the original movie
  3. The players get to choose their favorite scenes from the original ‘High School Musical’ movie
  4. Perform in either duet or solo mode
  5. Choose from 3 modes available-Story, Party or Quickplay Mode
  6. The PS2 version is compatible with SingStar technology

The Quickest Way to Learn Music, Keyboard Playing and More

There is so much you can learn as an adult. Make no mistake, the quickest way to learn music, keyboard playing or alike is to have a great instructor. The surprise to some is that the instructor can be online and the results are even better. Long story short, you can learn everything you want and have always wanted to learn by finding a program that teaches you the most effective way possible. After years of music lessons I can tell you that in person classes are not the most effective or most productive. You can do much more and PianoForAll can help you if you are interested in learning at home.

You are going to practice and play at home, so it makes sense to learn music, keyboard playing and other skill sets at home. I rave about PianoForAll because of the order in which people are taught. You don’t learn one note at a time and then a week later put three of them together. Instead you work book by book, they are interactive to make it even better, and each book has a theme or focus.

The first book and the first lesson allow you to make melodies that people will recognize and mistake for years of experience as opposed to a few hours of practice. You don’t have to take my word for it and you probably won’t but you can take the word of many others before you who will gladly attest, individually, that this method is the best. Don’t delay any longer; how long have you been wanting to do this? I have a feeling you came here hoping there was a way you could learn music, keyboard playing or piano playing rather, and be able to do it online. Now that you know it’s possible, all you have to do is follow through, so do not stop now.

Developing a Musical Child

“Music has a power of forming the character, and should therefore be introduced into the education of the young.” ~Socrates

Parents who put their children to musical learning at a young age must have known that they are putting in a very good investment. All the more enlightened are parents who enroll their young in MUSIC and MOVEMENT classes, where a musical child is developed before a child musician is made.

In a musical environment where foundational musical experiences involving the whole child – mind, body and spirit – form the basis of the developmental process, a solid musical foundation is laid that ensures much more sustainable musical development for the child in years to come. Such musical foundation includes developing a true passion and motivation for this art, musical discernment, auditory acuity, pitch and rhythmic competence, motor coordination, and expressiveness.

As an area of learning, music is a challenging topic that requires perseverance and inspirations. Many children had ‘fallen out’ with their musical pursuit within a short time because they were ‘jump-started’ in their musical development, going into learning to play an instrument before any of the above musical skills were in place. It is evident in children who were fortunate enough to be nurtured musically before being put to the rigors of formal music instructions, which they are much more likely to thrive and succeed in playing the instrument well.

The type of pre-instrumental music instructions that nurtures holistically a musical child should be started as early as infancy, but taken to a higher plane at 4 – 6 years of age. These are often weekly group sessions that engage children in a fun and developmentally appropriate manner. The following areas of development must be in place:

• Vocal development – the voice is the most important musical instrument that every child possesses. A musical child ought to be able to sing in pitch.

• Listening development – the human ear is able to process information and discriminate between sound sources and discern qualities of sounds. It also governs attention and focus. A musical child will have a high command of this important sensory faculty.

• Movement development – dexterity, and coordination are motor skills required to play instruments well. Children who have danced and moved and experienced use of their body in a variety of ways will be able to transfer the same skills onto instrumental playing with ease. Music, when played expressively on an instrument, needs to be supported by an equally expressive body movement. A musical child will be relaxed and uninhibited in expressing his music through the body.

• Simple Instrumental Play that promotes eye-hand coordination and pitch association – the skill of reading music and playing at the same time is a challenge faced by many musicians. A young child can be prepared for this by working with simple melodic instruments like xylophones or glockenspiels.

• Musical ensemble works – music is a community art form that is most enjoyable when playing together with others. Different tasks requiring different levels of competence in a musical ensemble allow children of different abilities to enjoy playing together and making ‘complex’ music. Ensemble opportunities in music classes also promote focus and confidence – both important traits for musicians.

• Music Literacy – reading and writing and composing music can be as easy as ABC if the child starts learning musical notations and putting them in musical context. This can start at age 4.

• Learning about musical styles and genres, composers, musical instruments, and musical terminology – these are all knowledge that widens a musical child’s horizon.

To accomplish all these, the weekly session should be at least 60 minutes long and preferably inclusive of parents or caregiver in a portion of the session. So that each child gets sufficient individual attention, the group should not be larger than 12 – 15.

If the child loves what he does in a music class, he will be much more likely to make music his life-long passion, whether or not he chooses the path of becoming a professional musician.

The Musical Classroom Experience:

• Vocal enhancement and singing – The use of musical language may sound odd to the average person, but it plays a vital role in preparing children for reading and writing easy rhythm patterns. You will hear tonal sounds like “do”, “re” “mi” and combination of rhythm and pitch like “mi-mi”, “ti-ti” and “fa-fa”. This is the language of music.

• Moving – Children already love to dance, and this kind of musical program encourages moving and dancing to the rhythms of musical pieces. This exercise helps improve coordination and promotes musicianship.

• Musical reading and writing – Children learn about pitch, rhythmic notation, melodic notation and musical notes which will lead to their own compositions over the course of these classes.

• Attentive listening – Since young children love music already, they will be attentive and focused on learning the sounds of various instruments and develop the ability to identify them. Music classes like these also aid in learning more about the works of the master composers.

• Musical instrument exploration – The children will be given real instruments including percussion, stringed, keyboards and woodwind instruments in order to introduce them to all the choices they have in them. This opens up the opportunity for musical development before starting any kind of formal lessons.

Music plays a vital role in not only the musical development of children, but also vocabulary, verbal skills, math, emotional self-control and physical coordination. This is one of the best ways to give your child the gift of an early musical education that you can share with them.