The subconscious will always be part of our daily life, even if it is acting in a passive manner. From the time we wake up, dreams often invade our first consciousness as we try to see if such event from a dream can actually happen in real life. Music then dominates our entire day, reflecting our mood based on the excitement our senses need from auditory stimulation.
Numerous tests had proven that music is a universal language. It synchronises musicians’ brains during a performance, and shows the intelligence associated with improvisation especially in numerous genres. Music is more than just entertainment; it helps one’s consciousness grow and expand.
Music reflects in life that it is not all about the things we perceive, but also the imagination and idealism associated with it. Most songs are about describing ideal situations, it can be a way a person might perceive him or herself. It might also describe real life situations, or an expression of satisfaction or dissatisfaction, arranged in a very appealing and musical manner.
If you listen to music often, then you have once been an idealist, and you see that music is a journey that evolves as much as a story. But unlike the close world of novels, the idealism, emotions and feelings felt when listening to a song becomes part of your own story, which makes music very important in one’s life