Sometime soon I want to do a post about how to get music unstuck from your head. I was playing this song in my head over and over again just a minute ago when I decided to write this post about how to use music for energy. Earlier in January I wrote about how to use music to calm people down from stressful situations, so I guess today we’re doing the opposite of that.
The song I had stuck in my head was an old soul classic. Unfortunately I can’t remember the name of the soul band but I was glad to have that song in my head because it’s very energetic and happy and it got me into a higher vibration. I think music has magical powers and I often see construction workers and people at the gym blasting heavy metal because it makes them work harder. I give a thumbs up to this because I see that they’re using the magic of music, even if they don’t know it.
What steps can you take to use music for an energy boost?
- Find music that has lots of energy, music that you like. It doesn’t always have to be happy music, but this is what I prefer. Angry music also has its time and place.
- Find a way you can play the music very loudly without disturbing others. If you’re in your home and have the ability to play music as loud as you want, I hope you have a subwoofer! Sometimes headphones do the trick, too.
- Make sure you don’t play the songs you love too often because after a while they’ll lose their magic touch.
Those were some tips for you to maximize the energy boost you get from music. Whether you’re working on a hobby or working on the job makes no difference. Music can even give you more energy for running, painting, snowboarding, landscaping, gardening or whatever it is that you’re doing.
Music works for both mental and physical energy. Reading with powerful music works, too, but I recommend music without lyrics so you don’t get distracted. Try these methods for yourself and see how they work. You might be surprised by the results!