You're depressed /mu/. For that reason, this thread is a happy and upbeat music thread.
Life are absolutely beautiful, don't let the fog of depression hide the beauty of life from you anons ~
Just think about how incredible it is that we got to live at all. that we got to conceive anything, that we got to experience an experience as amazing as beauty - and not only that, but incredible beauty is easy to find just by watching the sunset or waking up early enough to see the dawn ~
Think bigger anons, and understand how incredible it is that you even got to be alive ~
I would say speak for yourself, but have you heard of meyers briggs? Well it would be more like 50 50, people with Fe would agree with you however people with Fi are more likely to be able to indulge in moody art without it ruining their day
Nice pseudo-psych breakdown of the significance of the Myers Briggs and it being a system to perfectly compartmentalize 16 different personality types neatly.
It's a spectrum. I'm not saying it ruins your whole day, but happy music makes most people happy and depressing music can ruin someone's mood for a few minutes.
Myers Briggs is accurate from my experience, I've noticed friends with Fe are more likely to go out of their way and control what they take in, because Fi's actual mood is internally determined instead of externally determined, also people with Fi are more likely to explore negative feelings without judgement while Fe would stay away from it at all costs
It's accurate but you're not thinking of it as the spectrum that it is.
How you take in information is the same, how you process it and react to it is different. You're falling into a trap of taking the test too literally. There are people who are toward the thinking side who feel emotions from music.
Thinkers still have emotions, and feelers still have the ability to think rationally. It's more of a preference for the way you process shit, the only reason I take it seriously is how accurate it's been for me and the people I know.
I know it's accurate, I'm just telling you that it can't be used to make a statement like
"All thinkers are emotionally unaffected by music"
You're oversimplifying literally the most complex object in the universe.
Never implyed that, the whole time I was talking about functions. Thinkers do have feeling functions as feelers have thinking functions. Even if you do have a dominant function according to mbti, doesn't mean as a human you're going to go out of character occasionally either, humans are complex and messy the whole mbti thing is about generalities for the most part, and it's pretty accurate at that.
>Well it would be more like 50 50, people with Fe would agree with you however people with Fi are more likely to be able to indulge in moody art without it ruining their day
You said it would be around 50-50, an even balance between the two.
I'm telling you that most thinkers also feel some noticeable emotion when they hear music.
Not only that, but I don't think we have any numbers saying that 50% of people are thinkers and 50% are feelers. I think you pulled that out of your ass because you just assumed it broke down perfectly.
Don't fall into the underclassman psych major syndrome. This shit is much more complicated than it seems at first and you need to be cautious with the generalizations you make.
I think your assertion that all or even most thinkers don't feel some bit of emotion according to the emotional mood of the music when they hear it is ridiculous. Most people will feel some little bit of sadness when hearing really sad music, and some little bit of happiness when listening to happy music.
>listening to happy music doesn't make you happy, listening to sad music doesn't make you sad
That's how you started this out, then I said most people would disagree with you. Then you said that you think it's 50/50 because half of people are thinkers instead of feelers.
Now we're here. I'm not gonna call you a faggot or some shit man, I'm just saying people feel things when they hear music.
You definantly do feel things when you hear music, but how you interpret those feelings and how they affect you is different for different types of people. I wouldn't say one type is that greatly representative of all of humanity, I should also say that some T types have Fe and some have Fi, the difference here is Fe and Fi how you process feelings, that's all I'm saying it's a general difference.
>Life are absolutely beautiful
Yes it is.
But not for me, fog of depression or not.
>Just think about how incredible it is that we got to live at all.
>Think bigger anons, and understand how incredible it is that you even got to be alive ~
That's hardly big at all. Thats setting for the bare minimum and being happy about it.
Here's my happy musician trove
The rest of my library is bittersweet at best.