This is Tangela, one of the eager/confused new members of the happy BUC family.
I’m here to share one of my best kept secrets: The Chaotic Nirvana Experiment. The Experiment begins as the subject listens to fast-paced and electrifying music. I call this element “chaos.” The subject will follow this with element “breathe:” a medium-paced music mix. The subject will conclude his or her experience by listening to slow-paced, calming music mix: element “harmony.”
By heightening the subject’s senses with element “chaos” and transitioning with “breathe,” the element “chaos” works at it’s greatest capacity. My hypothesis is that if the subject completes the steps correctly, he or she will reach the ultimate level of relaxation- in addition to achieving inner harmony and tranquility. Cool huh?
Okay…..so inner harmony and tranquility probably won’t be achieved. Especially because you are 7,000 pages behind in reading, you have 3 papers to write, and a power point presentation to present. Oh, did I mention all of those things are due tomorrow?
But hey, try it out. You may be the lucky person to find inner harmony. If not, at least you listened to some good music.
Feel free to comment on this post if my hypothesis was correct or if you would like to share you’re own Chaotic Harmony playlist.
Hoobastank – “Out of Control”
N.E.R.D – Everybody Nose (Crookers Remix)
Benny Benassi VS Iggy Pop – “Electro Sixteen”
Dangermau5 Feat. Rob Swire – Ghosts & Stuff
Lupe Fiasco Feat. Skylar Grey- Words I Never Said
Silversun Pickups – Lazy Eye
Theophilus London – Flying Overseas
Bob Marley – Three Little Birds
Incubus- Aqueous Transmission