Hi, there! Blogging, in times of narrow passages, gets lean and thin. Which trains me to get straight-to-the-point. Read the “meta-data”, read “in-between-the-lines”, read what’s not being shared and said. The space for me, blogging, gets down to almost zero. BUT – I keep my annual challenge, going – one blog post, every day! Towards blog 366 … Ok, sharing some fun and great from the week passing – as well as the loss of a poet and musician who left a very very very great mark in the history of music :*(. 1. xkcd always deliver – quirky humor!…
A playlist that made my Sunday. Music, and humour! All will be ok. Take this to strengthen your power, through our Tuesday. You know what I mean.
Here is a list we follow. P3 is Swedish national radio, and here is their current playlist, which is updated weekly on Fridays. I like it because they are not so fixated with the “top 40” stuff like the commercial channels, which leads to a greater discovery range. Almost 8hrs of music, providing lots of stuff to get in the Shuffle mode. Enjoy!
As I wrote about in the intro posting of “Music For Health – The Personal Experience”, I got literally lifted up from my ‘coma state’ after my collapse last year, by music. The tune is the first in a playlist I created later that summer, “Musical Therapy”. The list is filled with a lot of tracks for your healing purposes, so why not fill a Sunday Serenity Session with a random shuffle tune from this? More than 130 tunes, 16 hours of bliss!
To Wake Up in the Emptiness at 3AM in the Night | #blog101 #Music4Health #Playlist #SoundTracking #Life #Emptiness #Insomnia #3AM #Meditation
I present my second playlist in the name of Music for Health. Sunday Serenity and it is meditative in spirit. Situation, imagined: “To wake up in the Emptiness at 3AM in the Night”. One of these tunes I will write about on Tuesday in my first posting on “Music For Health – The Personal Experience”. Enjoy!
As mentioned yesterday, in the #blog101 startup posting, I will deliver dedicated musical elements on Fridays and Sundays (also often embedded elements all other days). So, for soundtracking your life, I will e. g. present playlists and mixes intended to track specific life situations, in order to enjoy them more vividly and with power, appropriate. First out, is a dedicated playlist to enjoy any eventual bonus Summer day, with an hour of joyful summer reminders. I will name the lists according to this format – with “To …” in the beginning of the title of the playlists, and tagged when…