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Marino

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Hello,

I heard Indian music for the first time when I was 20. It was a Hare Krsna music by Aindra. The music affected my emotions intensely. I was experiencing very deep and intimate emotions.

How's possible that music from another culture could affect me so deeply, even though I was from Yugoslavia and had no connections with Indian culture.

Thank you,
Marino
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Tristan von Neumann

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Dear Marino,

even if you are from Yugoslavia, and were raised in any of the languages there, you already have parts of ancient Indo-European Heritage in You.
Also, the Balkan is one of the centers of Proto-Indoeuropean cultures before they migrated to India.
Greeks also came from the north, and parts of the Greek system have been assimilated by Indian music.

So for me, there is absolutely nothing strange about your feelings.

Enjoy your heritage :)
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jazzman1945

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At the Tel Aviv University, at one time, there  was  experiment carried out in listening to music, being in a state of relaxation or meditation. The music of four genres was used: Bach, Tchaikovsky (or Chopin), rock and ICM . Students were then to describe the sensations in the body while listening to music. It turned out the following: 
Bach's music caused a body reaction in the head area , romantic music - in the heart area , rock music  - in the  area  of lower abdomen and legs. ICM caused a whole body reaction - from top to bottom.
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Marino

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Wow, that's how I felt too.
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