That is so interesting. Can you describe what you hear? I suppose someone who knows a lot about the subconcious while you are sleeping could explain it. I’m very intrigued by this, though. What does it sound like.
It sounds like a billion voices singing in tune and as one. The instruments sound like nothing I have ever heard so I literally cannot describe them.
The music, the rythm too, is just ‘out of this world’ yet sounds so natural if that makes sense. There is a distinct absence of ‘drums’ or ‘beat’. It is in the treble clef, no deep voices, but no really high ones either, unless they are ‘swallowed up’ by the mid-range voices.
The music is very catchy. It is one that is instantly appealing to the ear. I like music but I cannot attribute it to any particular class of music. It is a sort of class of its own. As I say, I have never heard sounds like it, nor tunes, I can sort of imagine it now, but with what can I compare it to! The best I can say is that it is ecstatic.
It cannot be from the unconscious as we would not remember it. It must be pre-conscious which isn’t very deep, in order to invade the conscious. But another strange thing: psychology tells us we cannot ‘dream’ of something never experienced, unless it is within dream imagery. This music I have never heard before, neither the instruments
The nearest I can describe is a sort of brass instrument but even that does no justice. I have never heard a brass instrument sounding so beautiful. If you crossed a sound with a brass instrument with a plucked string of a piano but not a piano sound, neither is it the sound of a harp, then that is what is sounds like. But even that does it no justice. It is indescribable. The tune is very tranquil yet very lively, full of bounce. There is almost a ‘power’ eminating from the collective sound.
If you could record it, I believe it would be a cure for a lot of depressed and ill people.
The voices are more female than male. There is no deep male voice. But no shreaks either. Just perfect on the ear if that makes sense.
There must be others in this forum who have experienced it. I would love to hear what and how they describe it