"The Fungal Crisis --Success in the music industry when the fungus took my sport"
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Thesis: Success in the music is like treating a fungal infection Alexander "Alecca" is 26 year old, and is a successful musician 'Dr. Sounds' on Spotify. His music has over 3 million streams on the popular music services, and dispatch the non mainstream nature, he managed to have got attention for his music on national radio. From his taoistic belief, he believes that there is no such things as 'free lunch', and that his success in music, has a relationship with the more dark side of his life, as he earlier was doing aquatic sports, which was his soul, until a doctor told him to stop swimming in swimming pools due to a fungal infection. In the book, he explains how the 'karma debt' of the fungal infection was charged off his karma account, and put his aquatic dedication into a 'hostage' or 'quarantine', and the remaining spiritual assets from the 'dead' interest was sold and used to 'fund' his success in music - which also finally helped him to find into the spiritual doctrine, where he could reach the energies he previously did in the swimming pool through meditation, thanks to his 'obsessive' music strategies that lead to placement on major Spotify playlists and nationwide airplays in Sweden. The author says that there is a common spirit of both treating fungal infection and success in the music: They both are almost impossible, although there is lot of offers promising to do both that. You could buy lot of topical things that claims to help you combat the infection, like how you could buy music submissions and Facebook likes.