Moby, The Love Story behind Music Therapy

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1: Listen to the Artist Interview
2: Pause and play as you go, pull quotes that resonate with your story into your journal.
3: Journal 15-60 minutes without interruption.

Moby

The Love Story behind Music Therapy 

 

About Moby

Richard Melville Hall, a.k.a Moby, is an American DJ, singer, songwriter, musician, photographer and animal rights activist. He is well known for his electronic music, veganism, and support of animal rights. Currently his popular songs are; “Go,” “Natural Blues” and “Porcelain.” He released his ninth studio album, Wait for Me, in 2013.
Through our interview he discusses loss and various methods of warding off the pain’s of loss. Due to exploring Music Therapy he says you can maintain a healthy physical and emotional state. By keeping yourself strong, when a loss occurs you will recover faster. For instance, Moby refers to heartache like an injury. When your body is strong, you’ll recover from twisted ankle faster than you would otherwise. So, if you work to strengthen your emotional well being, traumas have less impact. 

“My father died when I was two, and family and friends have regularly died throughout most of my life. But the thing that surprised me most as time has passed is that we’re surprised that people die. We’re surprised that things end because everything ends.” -Moby

Interviewer: Mingjie Zhai, Camera: Stephanie Mercado and Doug; Editor: Wade Chao; Special Thanks to: The Confluence Group

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Like the feeling of pen on paper? Colors on canvas? Gift a hard copy of The Love Story Journal to yourself or someone you love. Using augmented reality technology, you’ll be able to watch the interviews directly inside your diary. 

The First Interactive Diary for the Broken hearted for Artists by Artists

The Love Story Playbook: The Mystery of Love is Revealed in 3 Acts.

1 Corinthians 13:12 NIV

Act I: For Now We See A Reflection as in a Mirror

Act II: …Then We Shall See Face to Face…

Act III: …For Now I Know in Part, Then I Shall Know Fully, Even as I am Fully Known.

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