Relaxing Nature Sounds

Relaxing Nature Sounds

Sound Escape

Having trouble sleeping? Need some calming sounds while you write? Relaxing Nature Sounds are one hour soundscapes designed for meditation, relaxation, sleeping, and other activates where you need natural ambience in the background. Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcast, YouTube Music, and most other podcast providers.

Categories: Health

Listen to the last episode:

Picture yourself hiking through an ice tunnel. The icicles slowly melt and drip off the glacier walls. A small stream trickles through the tunnel. Relax and close your eyes. Let the sounds of the melting ice pull away your anxiety. Focus on the sound of the water. Your heart rate slows. Everything is calm and serene. Why I made this soundscape: I was driving up to Andorra one spring. (Who would have thought there was a country between France and Spain?) The road weaved along the side of a snowy mountain. Icicles were melting and forming a sheet of ice that made it look like I was driving through an ice tunnel. It was one of the most beautiful scenes I’d seen. This soundscape is based on that morning. If you like my soundscapes, you may enjoy our scripted audio-dramas. Go to deepdrag.com and listen to Flies in the Jar.

Previous episodes

  • 49 - Glacier Cave With Stream | One Hour 
    Wed, 20 Apr 2022
  • 48 - Flies In The Jar Audio-Drama Promo 
    Tue, 19 Apr 2022 - 0h
  • 47 - Ocean Waves & Tide Pools (No Birds For Sleep) | Eight Hours 
    Tue, 29 Mar 2022
  • 46 - Song of the Cicada | 20 Min Reflection 
    Wed, 16 Mar 2022 - 0h
  • 45 - The River Under the Bridge | One Hour 
    Tue, 15 Mar 2022
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