Friday, January 11, 2008

Music mind has creative mind.

This is interesting. Lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles. Now, while doing this, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand. Your foot would change direction. You can try but most normal person finds difficult to control these directions of foot and hand spontaneously. Perhaps those who utilize their left and right brains at the same times can perform such action.

I tried on two friends, one was a music producer and the other was a disc jockey. Surprisingly they both could control their legs and hands after a few attempts. According to these friends, all musical artists are creative people. They have the talent to control their mind to think at various levels and stages. In music, it has different notes and sound, the bass, the rhythm and the beat. A good DJ could control the bass, rhythm and beat according to the liking of his listeners. His thought has to be swift and smooth. His brain has the ability to think of many thoughts all at one time and moment. His one hand to control the bass using his left brain, while at the same time adjusting the rhythm by using his right brain. Not forgetting to prepare the next music and perhaps singing along with his crowd. These are the artists who tap the maximum potential of human mind.

If only the normal people like you and me, who know how to utilize our mind as not one, but two or more brains in us, then most likely we could think faster and clearer in thought. These musical friends recommended, by learning to play some form of musical instruments will help to expand and make our mind more creative in thinking. For those who are in selling, music will enhance your ability and skill. To those who find dificulties in courting your mates, music will build your confidence. Because music helps to develop your creative mind. Otherwise, you will be using only your left mind which is the logical brain. In fact, the right mind is where the creative brain is, and it is hardly used at all. Think logically and think creatively in lives.

Washington Irving once said, "Great minds have purposes; other have wishes. Little minds are subdued by misfortunes; but great minds rise about then."

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