Skeletons aren't very scary but you get the point
Yoga
Skeletons aren't very scary but you get the point

The Absolute Scariest Yoga/Meditation Music I Have Ever Encountered

I worked up the courage to do a yoga class at the local park district. I had a yoga mat and I was ready to be enlightened. We began with meditation. Then, the music started.
This music was a mixture of drawn out tones and wind chimes and other ambient noises. I'm not exactly sure what it was exactly that got to me, but it was something. Something primal. This music was utterly terrifying. I have no idea how anybody would meditate to this without their soul getting lost in the void.
Nobody else in the class seemed to notice or care about the music. They were all relaxing and lightly reaching a higher level of being, and were indifferent to my mental suffering.
I have no idea where this music came from. I know it was on a CD, but after a few minutes (or seconds, I honestly lost all track of time) I had to get out of there and I bolted.
I have been having nightmares that I swear are tied to that music. I'm writing this to put my feelings and experiences out into the universe, with hope that I can distance myself from them and gain perspective. I'd try meditating, but that's what got me into this mess in the first place! I'm really at the end of my rope here.
I worry there is something wrong with me that this supposedly calming music is freaking me out on a previously unknown level. Am I being inhabited by dark spirits? I really hope not.
Accurate visual representation.
Accurate visual representation.
I knew I had to get out of there.
I knew I had to get out of there.
“Something primal. This music was utterly terrifying.”
Once again, skeletons aren't particularly scary but this fits my point.
Once again, skeletons aren't particularly scary but this fits my point.
Whatever the void is, it's got to be un-imaginably scary.
Whatever the void is, it's got to be un-imaginably scary.

Comments

350 characters

Recommended