No, It’s written in the stars, not your head. The star affects your psyche that’s how your brain in response to music. Neptune rules dance arts, music, painting and poetry. Musicians can’t see inside their own brains and they’re not aware of a connection with their own natal Neptune and Mercury- visual communication. The sad reality is those educated MORONS are everywhere like Dr. Charles Limb, associate professor of otolaryngology and head and neck surgery at Johns Hopkins University. He know nothing about universe mind, but only human mind. Sad!
(CNN) — Michael Jackson was on to something when he sang that “A-B-C” is “simple as “Do Re Mi.” Music helps kids remember basic facts such as the order of letters in the alphabet, partly because songs tap into fundamental systems in our brains that are sensitive to melody and beat. That’s not all: when you play music, you are exercising your brain in a unique way.
Britt Rebuttal: As many of you don’t know a lot of information came out about science of astrology back where it once was, the leading position in any movement or field and accepted as the universal nature of their zodiac of all sciences known to men. Acknowledging, mastering and using the stars that is the only answer question about how your brain in response to music. Note Michael Jackson was born with the moon (home) in Pisces (dance arts, music, painting and poetry) and the stars lead him to be singing in the stage. That’s how Neptune took his life.
“I think there’s enough evidence to say that musical experience, musical exposure, musical training, all of those things change your brain,” says Dr. Charles Limb, associate professor of otolaryngology and head and neck surgery at Johns Hopkins University. “It allows you to think in a way that you used to not think, and it also trains a lot of other cognitive facilities that have nothing to do with music.”
Britt Rebuttal: That’s not enough evidence and you need to keep searching. Note We were the center of the universe and that the stars, sun and planets all revolved around the earth. We are made of the same elements, in the different constellational signs as the stars are. We are a part of the universe. We are “star stuff” where it will tell you how your brain in response to music. But the sad reality of the world we live in and we could stop asking the professor and psychologist what we should believe, and actually go and see what the answer is.
The connection between music and the brain is the subject of a symposium at the Association for Psychological Science conference in Chicago this weekend, featuring prominent scientists and Grammy-winning bassist Victor Wooten. They will discuss the remarkable ways our brains enable us to appreciate, remember and play music, and how we can harness those abilities in new ways. There are more facets to the mind-music connection than there are notes in a major scale, but it’s fascinating to zoom in on a few to see the extraordinary affects music can have on your brain.
Britt Rebuttal: No, it’s not about the brain. It’s all about stars. Why? if you overloaded with water and air element in your chart, you will more likely singer. if you overloaded with earth element, you may not sing in the bathtub. Neptune rules the feet like lively, rhythmic music (Neptune rules music and dance) and Venus rules beauty, art, music, and food. all you can do is just guess and assuming. They’re not aware of a connection with their own natal Neptune and Mercury- visual communication that written in the stars above your head.