It does not matter what sort of music inspires you, it’s what it does to you that counts. Music may open your eyes and make you think more profoundly. Music may energize you, fill otherwise void moments, and keep you company. Perhaps your life has you tied up in tangles. Music may help you come through your day, loosen up, solve your troubles, and just take that load off your brain. It may inspire you to face yet another day.
Music may mend. The right music may fill you with reverence and wonder, lift you out of your daily life and send you gliding with the angels. It may give you hope, perk up your imagination, and help you alter your life and then alter the world. Wrapping up, the mending might of inspirational music comes from its power to open our hearts. There are songs and tunes that open our hearts to feelings that we didn’t even recognize we were close to! We may listen to something that brings us to tears when we aren’t feeling sad. This may be through a connection to universal sorrow or to our own personal grief.
The same is true of delight. A song may make us recognize, “that’s what I needed!” while we had no idea. We don’t recognize what we suppress inside, till it’s been set free and we feel the sense of alleviation, purifying, and refilling. Music joins us to the indefinable, the sublime, and the matchless that we long to reconnect with.
Shut your eyes and truly hear it. And then open yourself up and let the music urge you on. We from Soul Brasil magazine would like to hear from you. Check our official Facebook Page and/or our Instagram and tell us what music makes you feel strong or excited or connected or just happy!
Here we give you an example of inspirational music:
“We Are the Champions” is a power ballad authored by Freddie Mercury, recorded and performed by Queen for their 1977 record album News of the World. Among their most celebrated and popular songs, it’s since become an anthem for sporting triumphs and has been frequently used or referenced in pop culture. This song brings inspiration as it speaks of perseverance:
“We are the champions – my friends
And we’ll keep on fighting – till the end –
We are the champions –
We are the champions
No time for losers
‘Cause we are the champions – of the world”
Perseverance is a big word, and one that may be quite ambitious in the daily routines of life. Discovering to manage when it appears there’s no way may be disheartening and seemingly out of the question. All the same, all things are possible to those who dare to trust – it calls for perseverance!
The heavier the trial you’re facing, the higher the reward will be for it. This is the time when you must dig your heels into the ground and stay firm – unmovable. If you feel yourself falling down or starting to slip, it’s all right, as we all do. Pick yourself up and stand to persist.
Settle in your mind and arrive at the firm choice to do what you need to do and are going to accomplish whatever it is you’re deciding on yourself to do. Enlighten yourself by becoming your own mentor and inspiration. There are going to be a lot of times when only you will understand what you’re supposed to do and are trying to accomplish. So, you must discover to exclude and silence the many damaging voices you’ll hear that state, “You recognize you can’t do that, it’s unimaginable … You don’t have …. You’ll never …” Rather, utilize the damaging voices and comments to make you even more driven to do what you’re told will never occur – you are able to do it!
Don’t overburden yourself, though, or you’ll find yourself becoming easily disheartened from the weight of the overburden. You’re only able to do particular amounts of things at one time, and you must take the steps essential to prevent this from happening but to let you do what you are able to in order to bring the goals to fruition. Don’t be disheartened and don’t be afraid! Continue doing what you’re doing. It’s in those moments when you feel like surrendering and are about to quit when your breakthrough comes. So, grasp for it and hold on.
Give yourself a special treat, as you’ve worked hard and merit it. Remember, even if there’s no one around who sees the vision you have, put favorable things in your sight at all times to remind you of the achievements you’ve made up to now.