Spontaneous depression with harmonic sounding music / resolution
Report and analysis according to the system of the 5 Biological Laws of Nature (5BL, New Medicine, GNM, German New Medicine).
|The report is about||About a friend who wrote it|
|Age||37 years (at the time of the symptoms / disease)|
At the age of 7, the boy's mother died, activating one or more right-brain territorial area conflicts. Harmonious sounding music was now played to the relatives for consolation, which was now linked as a track with this bad situation and the activated special programs. From then on, this kind of music triggered immediate depression through right-brain activation. By understanding the causal connections, this track could be decoupled and resolved in adulthood.
A report of Heiko Schwarz:
When I was a little child, I often wished my parents weren't around. Especially when they caught me fooling around and there was trouble.
At the age of 7, my mother died. I thought that it was my fault because I wished it. I kept this secret for years. This dramatic situation activated (at least) an SBS in the right-brain territorial areas, where testosterone production is also regulated. As a result of the activation, the scale shifts (see the topic "scale" and "territorial areas"), making one instantly more depressed.
That very day, while my father was busy with the incident, I was taken to my aunt who played a lot of nice harmonic sounding music from uncle's record collection to comfort me.
This music linked itself to the events and the activated territorial conflict.
Every time I heard a similar sounding song on the radio or anywhere else, I would get depressed and tend to tell everyone how bad the world was.
I grew up musically and always thought that others wouldn't understand this music because no one heard how sad the music sounded.
How techno music came up in the 90s was a blessing for me. because almost everyone in my age group was listening to techno. During that time, I always had techno cassettes with me and took every opportunity to play them.
I became really aware of this track when one evening, on the night shift, I read a case study in a 5BL book in which a woman always becomes very sad at the sound of an ambulance siren. Shortly after the break, my work colleague turned his stereo back on, and played just such a song, which pushed me heavily into depression. That evening, for the first time, I was able to trace the sound of the music back to that event 30 years ago. Then it fell like scales from my eyes.
The next morning, after work, I searched for this music on YouTube, and cried heavily while listening to this music, but was able to mentally decouple it. Since then, I can listen to such music without compulsively falling into depression.
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