Johnathan Burdette, MD, neuroradiologist says "There are probably some features in music
that make you feel a certain way, but it's YOUR experience with it that is even more important."
For example, even a happy song, could make us extremely sad if somehow the memory associated with it is sad. Musical associations can also be multisensory. Sometimes, a certain sound or music can trigger a specific sensation or a smell or even a taste. And you know, you can play a song in your mind without it being played from any external source. In short, we associate with music in a wide variety of ways.
Your daily musical diet can program you with beliefs, thought patterns and emotional tendencies, without you even realizing it. When this power is used consciously and practiced regularly, you can form the habit of having positive inner experiences, anytime any-where.
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CMC is based on the idea that the effect of music on us, does not just depend on the music, but also on how and what we associate with it. Music can be powerful enough to change your emotional state, but that change is temporary. You may feel good for a while but then life hits you again and you’re back to square one. Music cannot do the inner work for you.
Conscious Music Code is designed to be an empowering musical tool that allows YOU to become the protagonist of your inner shift in a 3-stage process.
Here we get musically immersed to go beyond your conscious awareness, explore deeper layers. The guided music-based process allows you navigate your inner landscape, to create a clear vision of what you truly want and identify the inner limitations getting in the way.
At this stage, you learn to use musical triggers, to retrain your mind and body with empowering beliefs, thoughts and emotions. You allow the music to guide you on your journey to make a radical inner shift. You take the brave steps to challenge your self-imposed limitations.
A Forbes article ‘Neuroscience behind habit change’ states ‘The brain hardwires everything that we repeatedly do – this is how habits are formed. So the stories we tell ourselves over and over become default paths, the circuitry of the brain naturally activates.’
As you integrate the musical journeys in your daily life, you create a strong daily practice to