Feb. 15, 2023
Join Bodhi and me on the back porch to listen to a recording I made of the sound of the rain and the white noise of the creek in winter.
Feb. 12, 2023
In this original story for the Listen To Sleep Mountain series, we’ll share the peace and quiet of a typical autumn morning here on the mountain with the sound of the creek in the background.
June 26, 2022
Drift off with the opening chapter of this sleepy 1901 guide to beachcombing.
April 27, 2022
A soothing meditation to help with those times when our minds can feel stuck on a loop of thoughts.
April 13, 2022
A soothing visualization on a quiet beach to help you relax and fall deeply asleep.
March 30, 2022
Lay by a gentle creek as you visualize a serene mountain to help you fall deeply asleep.
Aug. 15, 2021
Sleepy musings on summer & nature by Walt Whitman in an extended episode recorded outside on a summer evening.
Jan. 2, 2021
A beautiful, sleepy tale about love and loss by Mark Twain. You can read this story (and other public domain classics) for free at https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/142 .
May 16, 2020
This 19th century tale of a household transformed by modern technology is a sweet tale of simpler times and includes the sound of crickets I recorded one evening this past summer up at my cabin.
April 2, 2020
This bonus episode has no story, only binaural nature sounds I recorded here at my cabin mixed with relaxing music.
March 21, 2020
For kids and adults alike, this week's story is about why opossums are white.
Jan. 17, 2020
In celebration of six months of Listen To Sleep, here's an extended edition of the first episode. It's a viking myth with the sound of crickets I recorded at my cabin last summer.
Dec. 20, 2019
A reprisal of 2019's most downloaded episodes, combined into an hour-long episode with nature sounds in the background.
Nov. 22, 2019
Oscar Wilde's The Nightingale and The Rose; a story about love and loss with a weird twist. This extended version has crickets in the background that go on after the story is over.
Aug. 10, 2019
This is the extended version of Goblin Market, a beautiful and bizarre poem by Christina Rossetti with sounds I recorded at the creek behind my cabin in the background.