Solutions might not be a matter of intensity, but repetition.
A two-minute song and my emphasis here would be the lyrics yet again. This slow and starry-sound track has both dreamy vocals and warm lyrics. A beautiful listen.
This early 70’s dream-filled, rock track will make you reminisce on the moments you’ll never forget. Believe me, all you need to do is press play.
One of the first steps to peace of mind is letting go of our unfair judgement.
Most of the times the answers lie within our grasp.
The warmth of this song is what you’ll feel the most. Songs that make us remember what we’ve been through and how we grew from those experiences are really so, so powerful. You’ll definitely feel this while listening to this track. So get ready for a journey, and press play.
Take mental notes on what makes you feel bad and how you’re approaching your feelings.
Timing is key to experiencing the best things, the thing is we can’t control timing so be open and enjoy as long as it lasts.
Focus on what will be better for you in the long run.
Getting out of the comfort zone is challenging, but you can get used to it.
Take it easy, don’t be hasty, as good change takes time.
The right words will take you to a better state of mind.
The reason and the outcome may not have been worth the suffering.
Don’t underestimate the processing power of your brain with “forgotten” memories.
How many times have you had an overwhelming amount of options?
Using your memories the wrong way leads to no good.
Memories take a very expensive toll on our future if not handled appropriately.
Let go of your own negative ideas that “define” you
How much deeper will you let yourself fall while looking for the light?
For when you’re going down a rabbit hole and can feel the information creeping up your spine
For when you want to get some fresh air
A window, giving view to life’s sentient and evocative themes, without ever infringing on their delicacy.
Try to endure and make the better of each day.
Think outside the box and examine the possible reasons of those experiences that were engraved in your mind
Have you ever felt that you’ve lived more than once?
We need to find the best way to reset our minds for short term benefits.
This might not be an easy one, but it’ll be a real one.
Did you know I’ve always loved the rain?
It might be interesting to have a log of whatever dreams you can keep a mind on
Do dreams have a big impact on you?
Take a moment to remember your loved ones.
Better late than dead.
It takes no more than half the blink of an eye for your world to get turned around.
Think about your actions towards something “negative” before assuming you’re the victim.
Pay attention to your body to avoid zoning out.
Be mindful of fighting back the bad dreams for they can ruin several hours of your life.
Be scared enough to learn from a mistake and not trip over that stone again.
Be wary and note whatever were the circumstances that made you achieve true piece of mind.
Can you remember how certain songs made you feel?, how do those work now?, how many of those songs have really managed to stay with you until now?
Make sure your equilibrium diet involves a lot of good stuff to soothe the darkness, for darkness can also be your friend and help you evolve.
Maybe we should all take a step back and remember the things we enjoyed as a child, for they may hold the secret to a forgotten passion.
A lot of people tend to overthink situations, most of the times it’s not worthy to wear yourself out over them.
You wake up after a heavy thinking night, unsure if what you did/said was good or taken the wrong way. There is nothing else you can do but think of possible scenarios.
This track has been in my head for a couple of weeks now – it has well and truly burrowed under my skin and I’m hopelessly in love with it. Having said that – I’m not sure whether it’s a 100% right for the Grieve to list but I suspect that anyone who’s ever wronged their partner may just resonate with it.
This is a track about loss – specifically about the loss of one’s father – a father that was truly and deeply loved. It is relatively short for a music2work2 track but it stands out for its simplicity and sweetness.
Recommended by Christy Garavetto – Fine Art Photography. Here’s how Christy sees art helping those who are grieving:
“What suddenly occurred to me is that we have all of these people who are unable to deal with their own sense of loss, grief or feeling that they don’t belong anywhere – so many people are searching for where they fit in and how they fit in due to life changes or circumstances beyond their control, it spans all age groups, ethnic groups, etc.