How Dark Ambient music affects psychic and mind?

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Assuming they mostly use cosmic noise signals… And make music out of it you know, and quite of depressive kind, on the first sight. But it does the trick, I found it very effective for some meditations. It may increase level of consciousness, can make free of fuss. And although you can be still depressed, you start to see the answers for the questions you beared for quite a while deep inside. Well thats my story, it differs from person to person.
But still I want to know the trick! How can it work? Scientifically, psychologically or astrologically, I will consider all ways, describing the supernatural effects and nature of this kind of music.
And who else notices artificial effects, would be also welcomed to discuss.

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Brandon84

I believe we know so little about the brain and “psyche” that we really don’t understand why we react the way we do to sound. I mean, we understand it on a chemical level. I read a study a few years ago dealing with this, but the results were inconclusive as to WHY the chemical and electrical reactions happen. I myself, and this isn’t science, believe that the sounds trigger parts of a “higher self” that opens our “minds” to “higher realms”. Kind of like hallucinogens. Like I said, that’s not scientific at all, I know, it’s just how I feel as a musician.

john

Ambient music has a big impact on your mood, as most music does. music affects your mood and ambient is one of the biggest mood-changers. maybe because it’s like creepy sounds from out of this world and sometimes nature sounds. Most other genres are distracting whereas ambient is calm and tranquil and allows you to relax and focus.
ambient features tranquil, calm noises and most other music genres include very distracting noises

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