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Confessional. Things that have been on my mind lately.


1.) No, I am not actually insane or psychotic. I'm actually quite mentally healthy, though I live in my head a great deal and I fret. A lot.

2.) No, I don't have demons that live in my head and talk to me. That is pure artistic license. I use the analogy to describe things like self-doubt and the frenzy of introspection that comes with fretting. If you've ever not been able to sleep because your head was whirling like a tornado, you know exactly what I mean.

3.) Yes, I've done drugs. Not all of them, but more than a couple. There was a time when I went beyond "casual" use and was probably in the "professional" category. Reagan was president, so I blame him. These days I'm pretty clean. Boringly so.

4.) I like a lot of things about myself. Not everything, but for the most part I'm okay with who I am and what I've become. I wish I had a better body, but I don't. I'm pretty strong, but not so good on endurance. It's better than it was, so I have improved.

5.) I hate going to doctors.

6.) I get really uncomfortable at weddings and funerals.

7.) I have a great interest in the "occult"; big surprise there. I'm kind of on the Fox Mulder train: I want to believe, but I need evidence. I also do Tarot card readings, though not nearly enough to be fully conversant. I have a great love of the supernatural in the wide sense: I've had enough experiences that lead me to believe that there's more out there.
Bear in mind that I also put religious studies in the "occult" category.

8.) I am a synaesthete. I get sensory crossover. Things like my sense of taste also has color, shape, and texture. This also makes music a phenomenal experience at times.

9.) This may make sense only to musicians, but I'm most comfortable living in E minor, with D minor running a close second.

10.) I have had experiences which qualify as "paranormal". Among these have been prescient dreams (of a really useless variety), being able to "read" moods (and sometimes images), and occasionally hands-on healing. None of these things happens with enough regularity to be reliable, though I stay away from large crowds (like the Mall of America) because of the intensity of all those people.

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pied_piper70
Oct. 12th, 2005 06:41 pm (UTC)
Reagan was president, so I blame him.

You know, if you're going to base your drug use on the Administration, you'd even have more license to be doing drugs NOW...

This may make sense only to musicians, but I'm most comfortable living in E minor, with D minor running a close second.

Well, they say D minor is the saddest chord...which means you're comfortable being almost sad but not truly sad...I guess that's a good thing...

My favorite is chord is either G (modified as E minor 7 with G in the bass) or Fmajor7...depends on the day...I'm sure you really wanted to know that...
magicmarmot
Oct. 12th, 2005 06:49 pm (UTC)
Major keys have never really turned my emocrank. 7ths always make me feel tense for some reason, like they're twisted up wrong, or somehow false.

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