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  • One Fine Night

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    good because I had no idea where my friend who rode up with me was. It was just like being at a club, besides the dining room being the makeshift dance floor, they had it all ultraviolet lights, the smell of marijuana, people drinking, dancing, loud music. After I had myself a few cheap tasting beers and mingled for a while I spotted the most beautiful girl I’ve seen in a long time. So I approached her and began the small talk but quickly found myself just gauging at her outfit. It was amazing, a

  • Shamanism

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    To say the sacred trances of Bali and Java was an inspirational film would be an understatement. The power of the people Bali originating from their faith and belief in their religious convictions was truly amazing. The closest thing in this country to that type of mental state is the state of hypnosis. There religious ceremonies stem from their cultures and the merging of two different worlds. This imergance created a truly remarkable civilization. The film "Sacred Trances of Bali and Java"

  • Tibetan Oracles: Fact or Fiction?

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    spiritual nature of the trance, anthropologists who have studied it have been able to come up with other explanations for the trance state that do not involve the religious belief in spirit possession. These explanations often involve subjects such as psychology and neurology that look at the physiological state of the body during the trance. Through scientifically analyzing the trance state, it raises the question of whether or not the oracles who enter into these trances are able to do so intentionally

  • Tibetan Oracles

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    most clearly demonstrate their function while in trance. In this mind-altered state prophecies and predictions are made about questions asked. Their answers are taken seriously by Tibetans and high-standing political and religious individuals. The occurrences that take place while in trance cannot all be explained by scientific means and there is some spiritual force acting on the situation. To fully understand Tibetan oracles and their trances, some background information about them must be

  • Faith is Never Easy

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    Everyone has a time in their life when they struggle. In “A Fable with Slips of White Paper Spilling from the Pockets,” the characters struggle with ordinary problems and pray just like normal. A man finds an overcoat that belongs to God and he answers prayers or tries to. The character in the story doubts himself, but when he lost the overcoat he realized that he did not know what to do without it. In the story, Brockmeier creates magic realism to create a symbol of faith. The author shows that

  • The History of Trance and Its Evolution

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    The History of Trance and Its Evolution 'Let me start by giving a quick historical rundown of trance and how it evolved. In the beginning, people lived in small tribal groups scattered around the globe - this is true from the America's to Europe, to the Far East. Each small tribal unit usually had a spiritual leader, what we now collectively refer to as a Shaman. People were always aware of a vast and mysterious world around them

  • Hasidic Prayer Life

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    By the early 19th century, Hasidism became "the first religious trend in Judaism since the days of the Second Temple which had a self-defined way of life and recognizable rite of worship, but yet was acknowledged by those who differed from it as a legitimate Jewish phenomenon" ("Hasidism," Encyclopedia Judaica). The Hasidism I am referring to is not to be confused with the group of people, probably Sabbatians, organized by Rabbi Jehuda Hasid on a crusade to the Holy Land in 1699 and 1700 (Scholem

  • Illusion and Reality in Shakespeare's The Tempest

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    Illusion and Reality in Shakespeare's The Tempest This essay will discuss the part that illusion and reality plays in developing and illuminating the theme of Shakespeare's The Tempest. This pair of opposites will be contrasted to show what they represent in the context of the play. Further, the characters associated with these terms, and how the association becomes meaningful in the play, will be discussed. A good starting point to discuss the use of illusion and reality in The Tempest is

  • The History Of Rave Music

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    Rave Music is quite interesting. It has been around for decades. Some enjoy it, some don’t. There is some conflict as to where Rave Music actually started. Some people, non-ravers most likely, ask what is Rave Music? Rave Music is made up of technologically advanced beats that are mixed with other beats to form music. Rave Music has a culture of its own, as so does any other music type. The history of Rave Music is hard to sum up, but here it goes... The controversy in “Who started Rave Music, U

  • Research Essay of a DJ Mix Recording

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    this essay is to analyse a specific live mix recording and use it as a reference guide to supplement the DJ performance assignment. The research will focus on a specific recording of electronic dance music genre known as Trance (a repetitive, rhythmic music with complex harmonic components producing trance like states, which originated in Germany in the early 1990‘s), and will try to study the progression and coherency behind it (A. Becker-Blease, 2008) (Diakopolous, Vallis, Hochenbaum, Murphy, Kapur