Followers of the Swedish DJ Avicii were shocked by his suicide on April 20, 2018. Mns Mosesson’s upcoming book “Tim – The Official Biography of Avicii” will include the singer’s final journal notes just before he died.
On January 18, a reader will be published detailing the “Levels” composer’s struggles with mental illness and substance abuse. Avicii, real name Tim Bergling, was 28 when he passed away in Muscat, Oman. His method of self-destruction was a bottle made of glass.
The author interviewed his mother and father, Anki and Klas Bergling, and other family members, friends, and professional network members. These records are from his time in a drug and alcohol treatment center and the hospital.
In his diary, the electronic dance music artist admitted-
“I had a hard time accepting never drinking again though strongly suggested from all doctors to wait at least a year before even having a beer.”
“Of course, I didn’t listen to the majority of the doctors, I listened to the couple who said it was OK if I was careful. I was ignorant and naive and touring the world, still on the never-ending tour — because once you’ve circled it once, guess what?”
“You start right back over again. Those days in hospital were the most anxiety and stress-free days I can remember the past six years, those were my true vacations, as depressing as it might sound.” he added
“The relief of going from extreme pain to none, knowing that no one is expecting anything other than for you to wait it out (which is the only way of treating pancreatitis) and then recover was huge.”
“It was an extreme relief considering the insane schedule I had kept up until that point.”
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When his family staged an intervention for him in 2015, Avicii checked into the Ibiza Calm facility. There, he documented his suffering on paper.
“It needed to be explained to me very logically and caveman-esque for me to truly understand its nature and how it was harming me. Ouch, pain. Why me pain now? Uncomfortable feeling,” he said.
“Future Tim deal with pain. Future Tim deal with pain better than present Tim because already there’s too many present pains more urgent to deal with.”
Inspired by the teachings of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, he started implementing the various medicinal practices he had learned about. A Yogi was a religious leader in India who preached the importance of introspective self-exploration.
Despite the recommendation of only 20 minutes per day, the “Wake Me Up” musician would meditate for hours at a time. He described his newfound wisdom as
“It feels like I am in a new default mode of being which is very new and a little bit scary. It felt like the fears the last couple of days caused havoc in me, but I remember the tip to focus on my breathing.”
Avicii’s father was contacted the day before his death by a friend he’d made on his trip to Oman, who was worried about his son’s meditations. His pal said he hadn’t been eating or talking for a while. Someone eventually called Avicii’s father to tell him his son had committed suicide. “The shedding of the soul is the last attachment before it restarts!” was the last entry in his journal.
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