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I think the reason I reacted to music the way I did is because I'm part musician. I can't read music, nor play it, and I have a singing voice so horrific that it would frighten small children and animals. But my biological father is a musician and songwriter. He played for Little Richard back in the day. He writes music for commercials and currently tours the country teaching song writing seminars.
So it's in my blood. I can't play it. But sometimes a certain style of music can overcome me. I listen to it, feel it, vibrate with it until I am completely lost and mindless. It's really beautiful. Becoming a dancer is the best thing that ever happened to me. Otherwise I would never have found away to bond with music.
As a person with Attention Deficit Disorder, I don't usually get to enjoy things like other people do. I'm distracted, I'm all over the place, I'm too in my head. But I discovered drinking 3 years ago (I was a tea totaler until then) and it has made a difference. The buzz I gain from one or two beers can help me focus. And the combination of alcohol and trance music (Delerium, Enigma, Conjure One, etc.) can work together to work me into a state of dance euphoria. I've reached Nirvana that way...that space of being where you are no longer a body or mind but a pure state of thoughtless, joyful vibration.