Thursday, May 10, 2018

lifting the fog

Now that springtime is here (and summer approaches), our beautiful Mother Earth is awakening and renewing once again to celebrate another rotation around the Sun. Where I live, the weather had maintained a winter chill that was abnormal. Although the trees are trying to sprout their leaves and the butterflies yearned to dance, the world around me was still clinging to jackets. The turbulent minds of many were clouded and not susceptible to witness the monumental event of Mother Earth's transformation. I ask you to step into this session in effort to escape to a place that exists full of your expectations of beauty and solace. Take that fog that burdens your mind and mutate it into a blanket of comfort and assurance.
I am aware that by the time this session hits your ears and mind, the weather will have already made a shift. But this is not about the weather, it is more about the chaotic events that swirl and envelope you in dire times which fabricate the mental fog that dulls our senses. As we spend this mere hour-ish amount of time to inwardly assess our current course aboard Mother Earth, we should not be bogged down by the negative pressure which seeks to compress and dissipate our desires, decisions, and wishes. Even when events don't work out in our favors, there is still something to be gained. Just as these events us forever who we are, it is in our best interest to find the why. This is to say that the outcome is not as important as the journey that brought us there. Savor the path, embrace the change, and refine yourself into the newer you that rises above the fog.

Turn on, tune in, sleep...

  • “Adrift” by Quantum Collisions from Quantum Collisions (Start Time: 00:00)
  • “Natsukashi” by Volei from Wander In The Warm (Start Time: 06:24)
  • “Maine” by bedroom from The Inner Pattern (Start Time: 10:48)
  • I Saw Three Moons” by TUNESURGE from Tomorrow Lights (Start Time: 13:39)
  • “Our End” by Ben Woods from Passing Intervals (Start Time: 15:33)
  • “It's OK” by The Greatest Hoax from Expiration Compostions (Start Time: 17:56)
  • “North Way” by Otto A. Totland from Pino (Start Time: 20:06)
  • “The Dream Of More” by Adam Bryanbaum Wiltzie from Salero Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Start Time: 22:03)
  • “Celeste” by Moonshine Blues from Through-Out (Start Time: 23:07)
  • “Original Light” by Hammock from The Sleepover Series, Vol. 2 (Start Time: 25:10)
  • “Intet Forbi (Hviledag Rework)” by Jacob David from Unreleased (Start Time: 32:07)
  • “I Would Give My Breath Away” by Hammock from Mysterium (Start Time: 38:37)
  • “Cascade” by The Echelon Effect from Mosaic (Start Time: 41:12)
  • “Stranded” by Colliding Galaxies from First Contact (Start Time: 43:08)
  • “The End Is Not So Bitter After All (Excerpt)” by Tonepoet from Soundtrack For Imaginary Spaces (Start Time: 47:06)
  • “In The Color Of Air” by J. Arif Verner from From A Distant Horizon (Remastered) (Start Time: 49:50)
  • “Distorted Images” by Ben Woods from This Digital Horizon (Start Time: 54:16)

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