Music is sensual communication.

What persuades you?

Sensual communication is intriguing. It grabs us without making us ‘think’. We can talk less, sense more and learn a lot about about our world and ourselves. Here are 2 music videos that are 45 years apart that communicate the power of sensual thinking.

Both are about change; one, from1969 and the other, 2012. They give us feelings of excitement, responsibility and splendor. It’s sensual communication.

Talk less, sense more.
  • See heart to heart recognition. Hear great music.
  • Connect with spontaneous creativity and collaboration.
  • ‘Get’ the message.
See sensual thinking spread in our world.  Feel this video.

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Boomers fought the industrial age mentality to connect with feeling. Sensual living is a blend of responsibility and splendor. It’s irresistible. When we communicate with sensual thinking, the language not always words. It’s multi sensual; it’s musical/visual/poetic persuasion.  1969, Crystal Blue Persuasion

1969, Crystal Blue Persuasion

Think with your senses, feel with your mind, hear with your heart and live life out loud. Here’s a toast to much more than words. Enjoy this sensual communication :

Wine comes in at the mouth, and Love comes in at the eye.

That’s all we shall know for sure, before we grow old and die.

I lift my glass, I look at you, and I sigh.

W.B. Yeats (1865-1939)

Lyrics: Crystal Blue Persuasion

Look over yonder
What do you see?
The sun is a-risin’
Most definitely
A new day is comin’, whoo-hoo
People are changin’
Ain’t it beautiful, whoo-hoo
Crystal blue persuasion

Better get ready
Gonna see the light
Love, love is the answer, whoo-hoo
And that’s all right
So don’t you give up now, whoo-hoo
It’s so easy to find
Just look to your soul (Look to your soul)
And open your mind

Crystal blue persuasion
It’s a new vibration
Crystal blue persuasion
Blue persuasion

Maybe tomorrow
When he looks down
On every green field, whoo-hoo
And every town
All of his children
In every nation
There’ll be peace and good
Crystal blue persuasion

Crystal blue persuasion, aha