1. Account suspended
    Joined
    26 Aug '07
    Moves
    38239
    01 May '13 14:09
  2. Standard memberRJHinds
    The Near Genius
    Fort Gordon
    Joined
    24 Jan '11
    Moves
    12695
    01 May '13 18:34
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2yk1lsi9RM
    Is this musi help you get into your amnesia state of mind?
  3. Account suspended
    Joined
    26 Aug '07
    Moves
    38239
    01 May '13 19:14
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    Is this musi help you get into your amnesia state of mind?
    no its helps me deal with enemies of the Christ, enemies like you.
  4. Standard memberRJHinds
    The Near Genius
    Fort Gordon
    Joined
    24 Jan '11
    Moves
    12695
    01 May '13 19:32
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    no its helps me deal with enemies of the Christ, enemies like you.
    You are the one with the antiChrist doctrines. Souldn't that make you more of an enemy of the Christ than me?
  5. Account suspended
    Joined
    26 Aug '07
    Moves
    38239
    01 May '13 19:33
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    You are the one with the antiChrist doctrines. Souldn't that make you more of an enemy of the Christ than me?
    I dont think so, its 'by their works you shall recognise those men', works like killing!
  6. Standard memberRJHinds
    The Near Genius
    Fort Gordon
    Joined
    24 Jan '11
    Moves
    12695
    01 May '13 19:39
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    I dont think so, its 'by their works you shall recognise those men', works like killing!
    What is wrong with killing a turkey for Thanksgiving diner?
  7. Account suspended
    Joined
    26 Aug '07
    Moves
    38239
    01 May '13 19:461 edit
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    What is wrong with killing a turkey for Thanksgiving diner?
    In your case, cannibalism.
  8. Standard memberRJHinds
    The Near Genius
    Fort Gordon
    Joined
    24 Jan '11
    Moves
    12695
    01 May '13 21:04
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    In your case, cannibalism.
    I got that joke, i even laughed out loud. Very good.
  9. Joined
    29 Dec '08
    Moves
    6788
    01 May '13 21:222 edits
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2yk1lsi9RM
    My favorite of such is "Music for Zen Meditation." The full title is "Music for Zen Meditation and other Joys" (which is accurate).

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_for_Zen_Meditation

    "Music for Zen Meditation is a 1964 album by jazz clarinetist Tony Scott [2] The album is considered to be the first New Age record.[3] Music for Zen Meditation is mostly improvised by Scott, Shinichi Yuize (koto) and Hozan Yamamoto (shakuhachi)."

    One of the tracks is at

    YouTube
  10. Dublin Ireland
    Joined
    31 Oct '12
    Moves
    14235
    01 May '13 21:28
    Originally posted by JS357
    My favorite of such is "Music for Zen Meditation." The full title is "Music for Zen Meditation and other Joys" (which is accurate).

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_for_Zen_Meditation

    "Music for Zen Meditation is a 1964 album by jazz clarinetist Tony Scott [2] The album is considered to be the first New Age record.[3] Music for Zen Meditation is mostly ...[text shortened]... to (shakuhachi)."

    One of the tracks is at

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fp1J8aYzMno
    When I want to be alone and am in reflective mood,
    I listen to my rock music sitting on the floor with
    headphones on. Music playing would be all classic
    rock tunes like Deep Purple, Rainbow, Whitesnake,
    Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones.

    All that sort of music. Heavy rock for a dark mood.
    maybe Electric Light Orchestra or Neil Young for a
    slightly lighter mood.

    Or The Eagles.

    You can keep your Zen Music.
  11. Account suspended
    Joined
    26 Aug '07
    Moves
    38239
    01 May '13 21:311 edit
    Originally posted by JS357
    My favorite of such is "Music for Zen Meditation." The full title is "Music for Zen Meditation and other Joys" (which is accurate).

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_for_Zen_Meditation

    "Music for Zen Meditation is a 1964 album by jazz clarinetist Tony Scott [2] The album is considered to be the first New Age record.[3] Music for Zen Meditation is mostly ...[text shortened]... to (shakuhachi)."

    One of the tracks is at

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fp1J8aYzMno
    its brilliant, i love the kind of ambience that it creates. Do you actually mediate or do you just like to relax to it?
  12. Account suspended
    Joined
    26 Aug '07
    Moves
    38239
    01 May '13 21:34
    Originally posted by johnnylongwoody
    When I want to be alone and am in reflective mood,
    I listen to my rock music sitting on the floor with
    headphones on. Music playing would be all classic
    rock tunes like Deep Purple, Rainbow, Whitesnake,
    Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones.

    All that sort of music. Heavy rock for a dark mood.
    maybe Electric Light Orchestra or Neil Young for a
    slightly lighter mood.

    Or The Eagles.

    You can keep your Zen Music.
    I also like deep purple, rainbow, etc, but minimalist style music is conceptual and requires a little intellectual understanding to appreciate it, you should make the effort.
  13. Dublin Ireland
    Joined
    31 Oct '12
    Moves
    14235
    01 May '13 21:44
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    I also like deep purple, rainbow, etc, but minimalist style music is conceptual and requires a little intellectual understanding to appreciate it, you should make the effort.
    I heard somebody yesterday describe rap music as

    RAP

    Retards Attempting Poetry.
  14. Joined
    29 Dec '08
    Moves
    6788
    01 May '13 21:501 edit
    Originally posted by johnnylongwoody
    When I want to be alone and am in reflective mood,
    I listen to my rock music sitting on the floor with
    headphones on. Music playing would be all classic
    rock tunes like Deep Purple, Rainbow, Whitesnake,
    Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones.

    All that sort of music. Heavy rock for a dark mood.
    maybe Electric Light Orchestra or Neil Young for a
    slightly lighter mood.

    Or The Eagles.

    You can keep your Zen Music.
    Thanks I will keep that one album.

    I like the harmonies of the Eagles, and the intro to Hotel California is brilliant and was groundbreaking. There was a concert video that had an extended intro, that blew me away. As did The Dark Side of the Moon. My rock list is somewhat different to yours but its there. Some of these pieces transcend classification. I have a 20 gig Mp3 player that is packed with all sorts of genres from Classical to whatever. Shuffle always brings happy moments.
  15. Joined
    29 Dec '08
    Moves
    6788
    01 May '13 21:53
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    its brilliant, i love the kind of ambience that it creates. Do you actually mediate or do you just like to relax to it?
    I guess I have to say I just like to listen to it. For a while I "tried" to meditate which was a fail going in, but now I do whatever I do, when it's playing.
Back to Top