The following is an excerpt from my 1985 metaphysical / quantum-physics novel, Conversations with the Moon, (which had a first, small, private print-run under the title, Blue Suede Shoes) © ken winston caine, all rights reserved:
The brunette is uncertain whether she is hearing sounds on The Other Side.
But, she is certain she senses music… Music tickling her; music caressing her… Music filling, feeding, sustaining her.
Here, on The Other Side, she may be music. She may be a sustained chord; a full chord; a sweet chord; a round chord. She may be C Major…
She’s not sure. She is sure she senses music.
Music is a drug. The sounds, rhythms affect the brain and encourage the release of endorphins — natural morphine — and can release a cascade of sexual excitement hormones, or any of a prescription list of brain chemicals (more…)