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Trancing Together

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  1. Bakree says:
    One of the originators of Psychedelic Goa Trance. Trancing together since ! not much left to tell Browse, listen and enjoy!
  2. Meztijind says:
    The last straw was when it became clear that the breeders were ‘trancing’ rabbits (holding them on their back which induces tonic immobility, a stressed and panic state in which the rabbit plays dead) for the amusement of the visitors. We were disgusted by this and complained immediately, and it was stopped.
  3. Mazushicage says:
    An especially informative addition to this study are the eight colour prints, gathered together at the book's midpoint. Another aspect of the book I found to be especially helpful was the listing of sources, including literature from a collection of disciplines, ranging from music to philosophy to biology to psychology. In "Trancing Selves.
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  6. Masho says:
    Mar 19,  · Other things we can do at home with others include exploring things together we have long wanted to learn such as cooking a new cuisine, studying a new language, enjoying game night, exercising together, holding a dance party, doing crafts the list goes on. Connect Virtually. Technology certainly opens up a lot of new possibilities.
  7. Shaktik says:
    In Deep Listeners, Judith Becker brings together scientific and cultural approaches to the study of music and emotion, and music and trancing. Becker claims that persons who experience deep emotions when listening to music are akin to those who trance within the context of religious rituals. Using new discoveries in the fields of neuroscience 2/5(1).
  8. Mazukree says:
    Trance is an abnormal state of wakefulness in which a person is not self-aware and is either altogether unresponsive to external stimuli (but nevertheless capable of pursuing and realizing an aim) or is selectively responsive in following the directions of the person (if any) who has induced the trance. Trance states may occur involuntarily and unbidden.
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