werewolves music

Does music effect werewolves?  Many werewolves have reported that when they are trying to learn to manually transform, listening to music helps the process.  It is a means by which they are able to focus their thoughts and energies on one constant thing without their minds racing.  Music can not only effect emotions, but also links emotional, physical, and spirtual parts of the self.  Music also has a huge impact on memory, and many werewolves that have trouble learning to manually shift have reported that if they play music during a successful transformation, on subsequent attempts, that same music can help them remember how to do it again.

What music is the right music for werewolves?

So what type of music is best?  What music is werewolves music? It is not so much the type of music that is used… as long as you play something that you like, it will have an effect.  If you are using it specifically for assistance transforming, something that calms you will work best…you need to be able to focus your thoughts on the singular process of the shift.  Another option besides playing music on a cd or radio, is actually playing an instrument.  Einsteen for example played the violin to help him figure things out.  Something in the music he created helped him through the process.

Does music effect vampires too?

Now, we’re not really experts on vampires, but what I can tell you with certainty is that music does affect many creatures – including animals, and even plants! Yes, I know plants can’t hear, but they say that with plants, it is the vibrations that actually make it work.  So back to the original question – would playing music for a vampire work?  Yes, although what exact effect it would have – positive or negative – I cannot say.

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15 Responses

  1. Half-Breed says:

    Music? I Like Opera You Could Say.

  2. Whitetip says:

    I dont know about transforming to help ease it but listening to linkin park makes me wanna rip out and run freely.

  3. Siberian Fox says:

    been there……………………………….

  4. The music I make is tuned for spirituality. From this I can say music has a huge affect on all. The music that gives me goosebumps is Native American music and Traditional Chinese music. I believe it is a connection to the spirit and it can be the key to meditation, relaxation, positive reinforcement, emotion triggering and it is possible that it can affect with shifting.

  5. Alice says:

    Some music calms me, some music makes me want to run, just run away from life and all of its complications.

  6. Fang says:

    beatles all the way or metallica or DIO

  7. Jay says:

    Lol I like to listen to country and what ever is on the radio but sometimes the noise is just too much and I want to mellow out listening to the crickets chirp.

  8. Arisu says:

    If I tried a manuall transformation would my cloths rip?
    also I listen to manowar it makes me confident yet calm.

  9. Rap and old school is my music. By the way, Arisu, you can learn to put you clothes back together after you’re done as a werewolf. This is called “Restoration.”

  10. jo says:

    ehhe i think modern music nowadays gets even more attractive because people keep getting new ideas and stuff that goes by the word awesome! ^^

  11. That guy says:

    for transforming, anything that gets your adernalin flowing and your heart pounding will make it easyer, but for chainging back something calming is best.

  12. Hailey says:

    True music had a effect on me mostly old song and country music. Sad song has a effect on me too like when a sad song comes on my eyes turn green *the color of my wolf eyes* my normal eye color is brown so other people can tell my eyes change.

  13. Hailey says:

    Before you ask I am a werewolf I was born one of course.

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