"The Mysterious Phenomenon That
Transforms Average Songwriters
Into Legends"

If you’ve ever seen a “great” songwriter interviewed about their songwriting process before, you’ve probably noticed something very mysterious.

The musical “greats” ALWAYS mention how song ideas seem to “hit” them, seemingly of their own accord.

Completely “out of the blue”.

What does this mean?


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Well, it’s actually one of the true secrets to songwriting.

And yes, it’s possible for absolutely anyone to learn how to do this. In fact, these “out of the blue” inspirations are actually a natural gift that’s common to all humans.

But why do only a select few report these amazing events?

More on this in a second…

First though, let’s clarify what I actually mean by ideas striking “out of nowhere”.


To Do This, Let’s Look At Some Quotes From Famous Musicians.


First… the world famous musician Michael Jackson… (yes – he IS famous for more than just his music… but it was his music that initially captured the attention of the world… and it does deserve absolute respect)

Now, Michael has experienced this “out of the blue” phenomenon to an even greater extent than just being hit by an idea.

He actually has experienced fresh song ideas in his dreams

In a Rolling Stones interview, he has this to say:

“I wake up from dreams and go, ‘Wow, put this down on paper.’ You hear the words; everything is there in front of your face… That’s why I hate to take credit for songs I’ve written. I feel that somewhere, someplace, it’s been done and I’m just a courier bringing it into the world.”

Now notice as you read this quote Michael didn’t really feel as if hecreated the song ideas.

They just appeared in his dream and he then was able to document the ideas.

And the thing is, you’ll find quotes like this from songwriterseverywhere.

Ideas arriving in dreams… Ideas coming to them seemingly out of nowhere.

What does this mean?

Well, first let me tell you that youhave this ability within you as well as these hit songwriters. It’s very possible for you to train yourself to have these miraculous “strikes of inspiration” too.

In fact, you can program yourself in a way that causes these moments to happen to you all the time. And I’ll tell you exactly how you can do this in a second.

Right now though, I want to discuss the reasons that these “ideas out of nowhere” occur.

Here’s what’s happening.

The creative process works at it’s most powerful best in the unconscious mind.

All this means is that inside your mind you have both conscious thoughts(the thoughts that you notice as you go throughout your day), andunconscious thinking (The processes that go on inside your mind outsideof your awareness).

Now your conscious thinking is very limited. There’s only so much that’s possible with it, and when it comes to creative tasks it’s borderline useless.


On The Other Hand, Your Unconscious Mind Is A Creative Powerhouse


It’s ability to create is both miraculous and unlimited.

Now, when you suddenly have a “strike of inspiration”, like we were discussing earlier, what’s happening is you’re receiving an idea that has been created by your unconscious mind.

You won’t really feel you created it, because the creation process happened outside of your awareness… but you certainly were the creator.

The great news is: Once you are familiar with this creative process you suddenly have tremendous songwriting powers at your disposal.

It’s this unconscious creating that separates the average songwriter from the "genius level" composer. And the amazing thing is thatanyone can learn how to create in this way.

Now you’ll notice I’ve been noticing that throughout this article I’ve mentioned that it’s possible to train yourself to create with your unconscious mind, which will results in you having many moments of profound inspiration.

I discovered this a few years ago when I did extensive research into the creativity process, and tore apart many studies of human genius.

Out of this research I compiled and created many powerful songwriting techniques that use the full potential of your highly creative unconscious mind.

When you use these techniques, you’ll find it ridiculously easy to have song idea after idea of a quality you’ll have to hear to believe. It really is true that the vast majority of musicians completely “miss the boat” when it comes to songwriting – partly due to their rigid training in music theory.

But you on the other hand, can “break free” of this, and begin to experience the massive potential you have within you. I promise that when you use these techniques, you’ll have breakthrough after breakthrough, and you’ll experience of songwriting will never be the same.

To Access These Songwriting Techniques, Click Here.

On the page I’ve just listed you’ll find information about a course that I put together, which contains the fruits of my research. In my humble opinion it is the most powerful musical training available anywhere, simply because it uses principles from the “musical geniuses” who have come before us – the people who have gotten better results than anyone else!

I promise that this songwriting training will completely change the way you write music and lyrics.

Once again, here’s the link to the training that will show you how to cause magical inspiration occur to you, over and over again – seemingly of it’s own accord.

Click Here To Discover Your Inner Musical Genius


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Lori 
Yes, I believe this is true. I have, myself, experienced this when I write a poem or song..I give the Holy Ghost all the glory for it though. I've written …

t.bell Not rated yet
keep on working i hear you.

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It is true, I've had dreams of wonderful unheard music; but could not remember it the next morning. I've had dreams and woken up to record music. I have …

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“out of the blue” post I also have studied the concept of genius and most recently have been reading `The Talent Code'. In this book the author promotes …

Linda Shaw  Not rated yet
I am intrigued by your post. I know that it is correct for that is how my poetry finds me. ... in my dreams. in my day. as I go about my work it surfaces …

Linda Shaw  Not rated yet
I am intrigued by your post. I know that it is correct for that is how my poetry finds me. ... in my dreams. in my day. as I go about my work it surfaces …

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thank you sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo much i felt alone an desperate for help i believe i am one of the greats an i dream all the time …

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I totally agree with you perspective...I have the same experiences in my writing. I've written things down from dreams, heart felt moments and just being …

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I wrote incredible lyrics in my dream a few months ago I had fallen asleep thinking on this song idea and I semi woke up and these lyrics were pouring …

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Geoff, I read your posts frequently but never comment. I have your book and really enjoy it and believe in what you say. I was a music therapist and …

elbert brock Not rated yet
You are right! I just had a song running through my head when I awoke the other morning and it went right to paper as soon as I crawled out of bed!

Thomas C. Raimondo Not rated yet
I couldn't agree with you more. I have written a song that is very similar to the process you speak of. I was noodling around with a twelve-string acoustic …

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