earth.fm

This podcast series is aimed at helping us to connect to ourselves and to our earth by deep listening to natural soundscapes. Based on empirical evidence as well as numerous recent studies from all over the world, listening to natural soundscapes (particularly mindful listening) has a great positive impact on our wellbeing, and potentially on our respect for nature. However, these soundscapes are increasingly scarce as we humans continue to destroy the natural ecosystems which produce them.

00:01:00 2022-07-30
The small village Palupõhja is located in the middle of the Alam-Pedja nature reserve in Estonia, where the river Emajõgi flows on the south side of the village. On the banks of the river, between the many willow, bird cherry trees and bushes the nighti...
00:01:00 2022-07-10
In this peaceful natural soundscape, our long-term collaborator George Vlad is inviting us to discover the gentle sounds of a morning in the African rainforest of Gabon, in a mystical place called Ancien Founa. As the sun rises and starts heating the fore...
00:01:00 2022-05-05
In this contemplative natural soundscape, field recordist Jared Blake managed to capture in binaural sound an elaborate, hour-long portrait of the White Mountain National Forest. From Jared: “These recordings took place throughout the year in the Sa...
00:01:00 2022-04-11
Sounds of the Amazon rainforest at night – at first listen this seems like a thick wall of sound but once your ears get accustomed to the busy-ness, layers start to emerge. You’ll hear sounds like fog drip, soft wind and occasionally deadfall....