It can be said that music reflects the personality and mood of people quite clearly. However, can they change your mood?
In fact, the songs we choose can reflect the personality of every person is absolutely right. However, music is not really a factor that can change our emotions. In other words, our mood is a pioneer and they will choose for themselves the right music.
The best example is when you’re sad, you never want to listen to an existing piece of music. Instead that, you prefer to immerse yourself in your sadness.
But, on the other hand, music can sometimes affect our emotions, though not by much. And similarly, those who listen to sad music will become quieter and more sensitive.
Have you noticed that we often choose a song for a certain situation or situation of the day? It is no coincidence that we act like that.
Expert Adrian North said that it’s not because we listen to sad songs because we want to “hurt ourselves” but because they remind you of unforgettable memories. Similarly, the relaxing or exciting songs are the same.
Music is also a relaxation method that has a positive effect on both the mind and the human body. Sound and melody are especially connected to the brain through vibrational frequencies. It can become an extremely effective stress management tool.
Have you ever felt refreshed, gentle soul when you hear the sound of waves crashing on the beach. Music combined with meditation is a spiritual healing method used by many people in recent times.
You can listen to improve your concentration while meditating, when practicing yoga, or simply fall asleep more easily.