[THE DAILY SWIM] Heal Yourself Through Music With Kaleidoscopic Sounds From Jareth
Life is a Kaleidoscope of swirling colors, emotions, sounds, and strife.
We don’t always know when drama will strike, but music can offer the escape and therapy needed to cope.
With dreamlike atmospheres, music has the ability to allow us to dive “into the depths of one’s subconsciousness’ to confront your fears and learn to hypnotize yourself back to health.”
True to it’s name, music can be a “Kaleidoscope” of emotive derivatives, synthesized into vibrational energy. Those vibrations can be malevolent, tearing our bodies out of tune if you let it. But music also carries an immense ability to heal, bringing our bodies and minds into tune with the world around us.
For Jareth, music is a form of therapy, and by channeling her negative thoughts into creativity she’s discovered a newfound clarity.
With clarity comes power and for Jareth, music provides an infinite source of inspiration just waiting to surface. But once the music is out in the world, Jareth can’t do the work for you. So the question remains:
How will you allow music be a healing source of clarity and inspiration through your tough times? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.
Stream Jareth – “Kaleidoscope” below:
Welcome to The Daily Swim, a running series on The Sights and Sounds. As a lifelong swimmer, water has always served as a dichotomy to my psyche – wholly and unswervingly calming in it’s vast simplicity yet at the same time able to harness and create massive amounts of energy. Which is exactly the type of music The Daily Swim will feature – no fuss posts with tracks from great artists that serve as both calming and energizing to get you through the deep end of your day.
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The opening moments of ‘Kaleidoscope’ are stripped back and vulnerable, a percussive heartbeat pattering away as Jareth’s goassamer vocals float atop a downward spiraling piano loop. With producer Charlie J Perry’s (Jorja Smith, Maverick Sabre, Samm Henshaw) at her side, Jareth’s words cut as deep as the wounds often found hiding away in our psyche.
Featured images by: Matt Walford