Mesmerism uses little or no words to induce a trance
Asked to explain what form of trance
the President was in, Soyinka said, 'I don't know.
So why the urgency to reclaim the power of trance
It's something which has come together perfectly, with S Club and N Trance
joining us to make this really special.
Van Buuren, who cut his teeth playing primarily trance
, has over the years embraced different styles, genres and sounds though his collaborations with a wide range of artists and that amalgamation of creativity was very much at the forefront of his Dubai concert.
At a time when music was not a key topic and trance
music was not popular, the duo launched their journey towards recreating Egypt's name in the music industry.
Highly regarded as one of the biggest producers on the UK trance
music scene, Dan's string of releases have been regular fixtures in the sets of Armin Van Buuren, Paul Van Dyk, Above and Beyond and more.
For he also shows how the religions mutually implicate each other by sharing a general vocabulary, including the very terminologies of trance
Filmed on location in London, Trance
is a tricksy psychological thriller, penned by Joe Ahearne and John Hodge, which plays loose and fast with our preconceptions.
She said: "The contrast between my trance
career and my folk career is huge but it's that contrast I love.
The star of Danny Boyle's film Trance
, James McAvoy, has admitted there were times when he wasn't sure what was going on during the making of the psychological thriller, but he says Boyle always had it under control.
So naturally, Trance
is a much anticipated movie from the man who gave us Trainspotting.
As his leading man in Trance
, James McAvoy, says: "Danny has an advantage over us mere mortals in that he has a nuclear station in his belly fuelling him 24/7.
While Jung eschewed formal trance
induction, hypnosis and suggestion remained part of his therapeutic repertoire.
A subculture of music (deviating from mainstream music) began to spring up and soon we had house music, punk rock, indie rock, alternative/underground hip hop, anti-folk, heavy metal, and, more recently, the music of Nirvana--expressing musical freedom, rebellion and nonconformity and ushering in finally what is called trance