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Music best to listen to in office to avoid noise

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ajayritik

ajayritik

Technomancer
That was bit uncalled for, don't you think. As "Anirbandd" & "Faun" shared their opinion about the type of music they like, so did "srkmish". and you just blew it out of proportions.
I agree to the part of your text which I have in Bold.
I also later read his other post where he was supporting me in Must Watch Movies Thread so I should have been a little controlled.
However I always had problem concentrating with lot of noise around and right from childhood I searched for a serene or calm place to study and prepare for my exams without going and complaining to people like what skrmish was referring to in the Osho story. So I felt it was uncalled for when he put that story.

However if still someone felt that I blew it little too much then i apologize coz I may have been wrong I'm wrong sometimes.
 

Gen.Libeb

Padawan
Off topic- That Osho story reminds me of the comment "Poverty is a state of mind".

On Topic - Try skyrim Music - Search for "Skyrim Full Soundtrack " on youtube.
 

Flash

Lost in speed
My current favorite:



If you've have watched the trailer of XMEN: DOFP, you will remember this one...
 

$hadow

Geek in making
Start listening to Honey Singh songs and soon you will find yourself comfortable with chatter around cubicle :-D
 

freshseasons

King of my own Castle
I think you should listen to the music that has noise instead of soothing music...it will disturb people around you and finally they will leave you alone to enjoy your freedom
 
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ajayritik

ajayritik

Technomancer
Guys sorry once again for bumping into an old thread.
I remember some time back listening to some music on youtube which I think was related to Video Game and that music was nice.
Any more suggestions will be appreciated.
 

Vyom

The Power of x480
Staff member
Admin
Some words of advice from Osho which i fully agree with

Once it happened: I was staying in a rest-house. And a political leader was also staying there—a very small rest-house in a very small village. The political leader came to me in the middle of the night, and said, "It is impossible to sleep. How are you sleeping?" He shook me, and said, "How are you sleeping, there is so much distraction?"
Somehow or other at least two dozen dogs…they must have made the rest-house their abode—the whole village's dogs. Maybe they were having a political gathering also—and they were so many; there was such a loud barking and fighting.
He said, "But how are you sleeping? These dogs won't allow me to sleep, and I am tired."
So I said to the political leader, "But they are not aware of you. They don't read newspapers, they don't listen to the radio, they don't look at television; they are not aware of you. I was also here before you. That is their usual way: they are not doing it specially for you. You are fighting, resisting. The notion that they are disturbing you is disturbing you; not they. Accept them!" I told him to do one small meditation. "Lie down on the bed. Enjoy their barking. Let it be a music. Enjoy it. Listen to it, as attentively as possible."
He said, "How is it going to help me? I want to avoid, I want to forget that they are there, and you are telling me to listen to them. That will disturb me even more."
I told him, "You just try. You have been trying your way, and it has failed. Now try my way; and you can see that it has been successful with me."
He was not ready for it, and he didn't believe it; but there was no other way, so he tried. And within five minutes he was fast asleep, and snoring. So I went and shook him up, and I said, "How are you sleeping? How is it possible?"
lf you accept, nothing can distract you. lt is the very rejection in you that creates the distraction. So, if you want to meditate without distraction, don't reject anything. The traffic noise has to be accepted—it is part of this world, and perfectly okay; the child crying and weeping is part of this world, and perfectly okay. Once you say that everything is okay, just watch the feeling that everything is okay and accept it. Something within you melts. Then nothing distracts. And unless this happens, you can go anywhere you like and you will be distracted by one thing or another. foll308

Now that the bump have been done.. I would just to echo this. Word of true wisdom!
 

Nerevarine

Incarnate
Guys sorry once again for bumping into an old thread.
I remember some time back listening to some music on youtube which I think was related to Video Game and that music was nice.
Any more suggestions will be appreciated.


Here are some of the soundtracks from my playlist, if you like.. pm me for my full playlist






<-- too bassy, you may not like but its a dj song come on..





And lastly the cherry on the cake, the single most influencial calming VG music of all time :


i have a long list but too lazy to link them all
 
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ajayritik

ajayritik

Technomancer
Now that the bump have been done.. I would just to echo this. Word of true wisdom!

What if someone who had a problem with focus/attention. Would it still help?
If that's the case there would not have been any case of ADD/ADHD.
Talking is one thing being practical is something else.
 

Anorion

Sith Lord
Staff member
Admin
Karl Jenkins - Songs of Sanctuary
Vangelis - Cosmos
Hans Zimmer - Inception OST
Clint Mansell - The Fountain OST
Clint Mansell - Mass Effect 3 OST
Mike Oldfield - The Songs of Distant Earth
Brian Eno - Making Space
 
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ajayritik

ajayritik

Technomancer
I remember someone suggesting a video game theme or music and it was good but the problem was it was from Youtube and Youtube is blocked in office here.
 

Rick_Dawkins

Right off the assembly line
Here you go, my office playlist:
Isadora (Paul Mauriat)
La Tristesse De Laura (Patrick Juvet)
Wheels (Billy Vaughn)
Before the Rain (Lee Oscar)
Song Bird (Kenny G)
Jeg Ser Deg Sote Lam (Susanne Lundeng)
La Reine De Saba (Paul Mauriat)
Wild Flower (Richard Clayderman)
Pearly Shell (Billy Vaughn)
 
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