An earlier published version appeared in Music, Mind, and Brain: The Neuropsychology of Music Manfred Clynes, ed.
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That is another reason why we say we like the music we like. Liking is the way certain mind-parts make the others learn the things they need to understand that music.
Hence liking—and its relatives—lies at the very heart of understanding what we hear. We learn about history we didn't experience, customs we are not familiar with or that lead to what we do and perform now, hear voices of men, women, children, dragons, elves, slaves, aliens, and.
When we entertain ourselves mindfully, we won’t need to escape. We turn entertainment into the reality of the moment.
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