34 Search Results for Tag: the psychological journey

Strangers

What today’s insight has granted me is the knowledge that if you don’t check in on yourself, you’ll lose touch with yourself. You’ll become unfamiliar with each other, and it feels very strange. I honestly think this is what it means to feel out of sorts.

Music to Escape Reality — April 2021

The cinematic score to your psychological journey with Matt Jenko. Featuring artists like: Bonobo • Yotto • Emancipator • CamelPhat • ODESZA • Carpenter Brut • Tinlicker • Four Tet • Jacques Greene • Tchami • RÜFÜS DU SOL

Hyperflow

I don’t know what’s going on for you right now, but if you feel like you need to take a couple of hours to float down a river of sound, you’re in the right place. Hyperflow is built for that next-level of escapism, when you’re having a real hard time disengaging. Featuring artists like: Solar Fields • Jason Barty • ford. • Robot Koch • Emancipator • Cygna • IHF • L’Indécis

Music to Escape Reality — March 2021

The cinematic score to your psychological journey with Matt Jenko. Featuring artists like: Bonobo • Yotto • Emancipator • CamelPhat • ODESZA • Carpenter Brut • Tinlicker • Four Tet • Jacques Greene • Tchami • RÜFÜS DU SOL

Ego Food

We don’t like feeling like we can just force ourselves to adopt values. For me to want to be compassionate, to want to manifest in a particular way, a way that is kind and free of judgement or bitterness, is not what feeds the ego.

Lunarscapes

Lunarscapes: a playlist from the music to escape reality cinematic universe. Featuring artists like: Bonobo • Yotto • Emancipator • CamelPhat • ODESZA • Carpenter Brut • deadmau5 • Tinlicker • Four Tet • Jacques Greene • Tchami • RÜFÜS DU SOL • Tourist • Luttrell • Oliver Heldens • BMTH • Lastlings • Durante

Music to Escape Reality — Feb 2021

The cinematic score to your psychological journey with Matt Jenko. Featuring artists like: Bonobo • Yotto • Emancipator • CamelPhat • ODESZA • Carpenter Brut • Tinlicker • Four Tet • Jacques Greene • Tchami • RÜFÜS DU SOL

Along the Way

We’re there for every day of our lives, but they all smudge into this one long trail of ideas and feelings and memories, and we just have this general sense of ‘being’ somewhere in the middle of it all.

Tired, But Good Tired

Today I’m tired. Tired but happy!

Recalibration

I’ve been on mirtazapine for a couple of months now, and it’s been interesting.

No Time

Let’s just appreciate the fact that, no matter how much it might seem like it, time is finite.

Problem Solved

My feeling is that people who are really successful don’t just weather the storms. They chase them.

Nothing Wrong In Sight

You can learn a lot about yourself through paying attention to what you pay attention to. What do you discount? What do you ignore?

Close to Home

This might not be an easy one, but it’ll be a real one.

Overthinking Rain

Did you know I’ve always loved the rain?

What Are You Waiting For?

I spent too much time waiting for something to happen.

Let’s Not Be Productive

Sometimes, you can’t be productive. That is, the things you put effort into don’t produce results. That’s all that productivity boils down to, right?

Remember The Process

When a project reaches a stage of difficulty, as it inevitably will, no matter how swimmingly it’s been going so far, it’s important to remember the process.

Permission Granted

The thing is, no one will ever give you permission to be okay in your own skin.

The Best Thing I Ever Wrote

You don’t always have to be happy. But you never have to be miserable.

The Comfort of Inertia

You enter a paradox of creativity, of knowing that the thing is nowhere near ‘finished’, but not wanting to change anything about the thing because you’re so in love with the iteration

What’s In A Name?

Somewhere along the way, the meaning changed. My name became synonymous with mockery, to the point where hearing it actually hurt.

Shouting Into The Void

Here’s something you might not want to hear: nobody owes your their response.

Drifting

The feeling of drifting, of existing rather than living, as though life is merely happening to you and not with you, is probably one of the most unsettling experiences I’ve ever been through.

Sleepless

My battle with sleep is a tale as old as time. If I want to fall asleep, I’m chronically awake. If I want to wake up, I’m an immovable, eternal entity.

All These Eggs & Only One Basket

What makes a good artist? I think this is a much more helpful question than its more popular counterpart, ‘what makes good art?’

Sense & Sensitivity

I’ve long been fascinated by the acknowledgement of internalized negativity, by the idea that the authors of the narratives we grow up believing are not necessarily the Pulitzer prize-winners we assume them to be.

Shifting Sands

Keeping a level head in the face of potential rejection. Oooh what a thorny topic this will be!

Peaceful Moments

The idea of having something beautiful and profoundly yours ripped away from you is probably the one thing that terrifies anyone in my position more than anything else.

Pressure Vessels

This is a bit of a mess of a piece. Think of it as a stream of consciousness, an examination of the pieces of thoughts that lie scattered about the ol’ mindscape.

Safe Harbour

I think we all like feeling like we have a sanctuary that we can safely say is ‘ours’, a secure base from which we can derive a sense of consistency and control in spite of all the other uncertainty the world can and will offer us.

A Thousand Roads

When I think about what I want in life, it all points toward quite a simple vision really. I think getting this pinned down has been one of the main reasons why I felt so lost throughout my late teens and early twenties.

Existential Crisis

Since I’m in the middle of trying to figure out how I can incorporate my playlist into my increasingly-elaborate project, I figured I’d simply drop some tracks that I can’t stop listening to at the moment.

clarity – vivaellipsis, har:low

Writing up this week’s entry has been such a bizarre experience. Normally I’m not one to be stuck for something to say, but writing about my own track is like staring into the looking glass the wrong way.