How to use music to navigate darkness

How to use music to navigate darkness

How to use music to navigate your darkness #109

“The lost boy” by Joshua LeBreton on how to use music to navigate darkness.

From living with anxiety, compulsiveness and abandonment Joshua has had to navigates his way through life through utilising the power of music. A music artist himself, now working on the Canary Yellow project, he has seen the benefits of expressing himself and finding his own voice via his music.

Somewhat lost earlier on his life seeking external validation, Joshua has come back to his roots to now stand and share his voice with the world, being true to himself and his own experiences. A beautiful conversation with someone whos life will mimic or resonate with many of us out there, dealing with our own thoughts and adversities.

Key time stamps:

02:55 The power of music for Joshua

08:30 Joshuas work with larger artists

12:15 Joshuas obsessive traits & unstable upbringing

16:00 Not being defined by a thing

24:18 Valuing and making friendships

30:30 Joshuas biggest fear

35:30 The importance of feeling sadness

42:20 Joshuas final message

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