Funny, I missed one of the most exciting topics to speak about! Never saw it until yesterday…
Well, I believe that there are three situations I was involved in that showed me how powerful music can be – emotional-wise, for me and for others.
Back I was studying film music, my music was played by an orchestra. At first, it was just a super strange feeling, as obviously I have never experienced that before that someone else played my music. And then it was funny too, because the orchestra didn’t execute it the way I had in my mind, played wrong notes, was too fast (I wasn’t conducting). But it was really funny It was a funny peace too
Was an incredible experience in terms of how people who never heard my music before were screaming: “What is that s*************!!! YEAH”, it was a laser-show party when I have worked as an engineer back then, and because the track-list I checked before was s***, I just put my track in between. LOL. I had never thought of that people will scream their souls out as loud as they did it. It was just insane…
Was finally a reveal for me, that I can compete with the absolute best in the industry. It was a sign and acknowledgment that I have arrived at the level I strived to achieve for years after struggling for a long time due to my “low inner believe”, as I have achieved much more in my hobby than in my music which I did full time. I call it my “breakthrough”, my final “musical transformation”. (Don’t ask me where I find these terms…haha!)
And it happened only last year which is funny because exactly after that point, my inner mindset just “clicked” and now I know that it’s not about my “music qualities” or anything like that…it’s only because of me, meaning that it’s only because my mindset why I achieve or don’t achieve something – again not only in music. (I know that I talk so much about it, but I believe it’s why most people never achieve anything in their lifes due to two major issues:
(1) There is no one who believes in them, believes in them more than they believe in themselves, leading to a phenomenon that prevents them to achieve the things they actually can, and
(2) they quit before they see any results, although they don’t know that those results might have come faster than they have expected.
Of course, there are many more things involved in all of this, but there are SO MANY examples I already have experienced in my life already, looking at other people who limit themselves even before they start something new, as an example. It’s insane and actually sad to see people already quit before they even start and at the end seeing them doing things they actually hate, only because they “seem” easier for them than the things they actually LOVE doing.
Here is the track I am talking about in (3), a track I can’t share in public, only as I private link, as it’s an exclusive production that I can’t even use on my website. The guy who believed in me more than I was is Jay Crystal (pseudo) and has his own exclusive label called “True Remnant”. He was pushing myself so hard to finally understand that “I am worth it”. And that’s my message to everyone who is reading this: No matter who you are (in life) and what you do (job), NEVER THINK of yourself that YOU are worth LESS! It kills every opportunity and potential relationship that will give you a chance to really “make it” – whatever “make it” means to you.
Have a great week guys!