theres just a what-if here about ritsu getting just a bit of psychic empathy and achieving the rest with his writers brain, and theres also a headcanon about mob not being a very good singer or not playing any instrument but being able to whistle very well
I remember theres a word for that, the very good whistler thing, from a jeffery deaver book Ive read, but I cant find it in my memory anymore
Written for the fifth RivaMika Jam! The story of how an aspiring musician meets and falls for his muse. My partner was @zerolr and my prompt was: “Mikasa is an ordinary person working at a grocery/supermarket store and Levi is a famous musician/actor. He sees her and finds himself attracted/interested in her. So while she checks out his purchase, Levi leaves her his phone number.” I kinda deviated a little from the original premise, but I hope it still turned out okay! :) This was fun to work with and I’m glad I signed up this time around!
Word Count: 3873 (a little long lol oops)
Music is one of many ways people are able to express themselves.
Soft, slow melodies from jazz or classical styles evoke calmness and serenity. Heavier themes can be conveyed through powerhouse ballads of the rock n’ roll variety. Regardless of the genre, there’s almost always a message or meaning to these intricate works of art, crafted from some sort of stimulus.
Some musicians draw inspiration from everyday life and personal experience, travelling and exploring new sights, or through the release of pent up emotions; a coping mechanism for dealing with hardships and complexities of this cruel yet beautiful world.
Aspiring musician Levi Ackerman fears he’s lost any and all inspiration. He has talent, that much is true. However, he recognizes that plenty of other ‘up-and-comers’ and ‘desperate hopefuls’ have talent. His music has hit a plateau, unsure where to take his current career aspirations or how exactly to get where he wants to be. He yearns for a stimulating experience; something to pull him out of this awful rut and set him apart from others in the highly competitive and cut-throat industry, riddled with unoriginal material and blatant narcissism.
breath engages all the muscles in your body, from your abdominals up, through
to your lower back, up to the front of your chest, around the sides of your
chest and spreading across your back. Also,
although your body will be fully engaged in breathing, it will feel relaxed. Good breathing just ‘happens’ as the flow of
breath travels up and down your body.
are many other kinds of breathing in yoga.
Among the most popular are forms of abdominal breathing. These take the least amount of effort. Breathing with your whole body provides its
own advantages when used in the right way; like stress relief and
energization. The Wave is also an
excellent choice for athletes.
take advantage of The Wave, you’ll
need to be very familiar with the previous breathing exercises that prepare all
your breathing muscles to participate in a complete breathe. You’ll need to be very comfortable with
breathing with the different muscle groups independently of one another. If those exercises are
easy for you, if you feel good separation of your breathing muscles when you
try them and if you can do them in a relaxed, easy manner, then you’re ready to
move on to The Wave breathing.
If you need to get caught up, here are “posture cards” that give you quick notes on how practice breathing with specific muscle groups:
My Breathing Themes are completely discussed in my award winning book Hurry Up - Relax! The book also includes over 80 routines for different purposes and different levels of practice. It’s available for digital download, at this link on Amazon.com. http://tinyurl.com/h8ws7rx