This brief conclusive chapter recaps the journey taken through the book, concisely reiterating the import of ecological perception, embodied cognition, music style, approach/inhibition theory, the personal sense of power, mentalising and mirroring, the personic environment, resilience, community, scene, fandom, community psychology, social change, power, and empowerment. The chapter also draws additional conclusions in relation to the role of the voice, virtual distance (proxemics), lyrics, violence, and disempowerment. Laying the groundwork for further studies, potential extensions of the empowerment model are discussed, including applications to different genres (such as punk, R&B, rock, electronic dance music, and pop), video and multimedia, and different practices of musicking. The chapter also suggests the theoretical relevance and possible routes of development for psychologists, sociologists, and ethnographers. The book ends with one final song analysis that emphasises the author’s own listening experiences, applying the entire theoretical model in order to demonstrate what can be gained by studying empowerment in experiences of listening.