Whatever enters our mind helps program our subconscious. Our subconscious takes us toward what we think about most, whether or not we like it, want it, or it’s even good for us. Thus, our choice of music flows from and reinforces our outlook on life.
Classical music inspires structure in one’s life. It affects the head more than the heart. It’s bigger and easily seen as better and above us—inspirational. Those who love it tend to shape their lives around habits that become more clearly defined, more predictable, more dependable. They like the feel of self-progress created with precisely handled complexities as exemplified by classical music.
On the flip side, popular music stirs the heart mostly, and then the head follows. Modern pop music hardens the heart and one’s spirit and attitude about other people, especially males about females. It also softens the mind with self-centeredness, self-indulgence, and disrespect for others.
Hard and other rock forms deteriorated to rap and hip-hop to endorse masculine put down of ho’s, bitches,sluts, and other females only good for sex. Such music further hardens both the hard-headedness and hard-heartedness that come naturally to men. It also enlarges the high cost of unmarried sex that women provide.
Unfortunately for all of us, modern women buy into contemporary pop music. It hardens their minds with male values and expectations for easier access and variations to sexual relations. It also hardens their natural soft-heartedness; they reject the natural side of both men and women.
On another flip side, once popular love ballads soften the heart with words of respect, encouragement, and sacrifice. The subconscious mind exposed to kinder, respectful, and more appreciative words projects an attitude that shows respect for others and unselfish devotion for one person.
Love ballads impinge on the heart with an appeal that females enjoy and appreciate. Yet, modern women don’t use such music to program their subconscious for success dealing with males and living with one man.
Why not? That’s coming soon.
[More about the fading of female dominance appears in posts 151. Scroll down or search by the number with dot and space following.]