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Sound baths are full-body listening experiences that calm the mind and body with resonant instruments like tuning forks and crystal bowls.

In order to get the most out of your listening experience, pioneering sound therapist Sara Auster recommends you dim the lights and lie down or sit in a comfortable position with an eye mask and a blanket, silence any alerts or notifications, and use earphones. These things allow you to completely unplug and connect with the present moment to intentionally prepare for sleep. Your body has permission to slow down and rest, to receive without the need to respond or react. Begin your experience by focusing on your breath, then allow yourself to drift into a spacious and dreamlike state. All you have to do is arrive with an open mind and listen.

This is an Audible Original Podcast. Free for members. When you add Sound Baths from Audible Sleep to your library, you'll receive all previous episodes and will continue to receive new ones as they're released.

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A cruel form of torture.

I don't understand how Audible would allow such complete garbage to be distributed via their platform.
There is nothing, I repeat NOTHING, pleasant about a single one of these tracks.

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Not Terribly Useful For Relaxation

Most of the tracks were too short to use for any meaningful relaxation and the volume wasn’t always even. There was one track that was just a loud bell ringing that made my cat get up and leave the room.

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Relaxing

Listening to this sound bath makes me feel like I am in a Buddhist temple or an old growth forest. Very relaxing prior to sleep.

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Ugh... obnoxious, grating, irritating noise

Sound bath? Maybe an acid bath? Just artificial tones reminicient of dial tones, testing tones, or that tone that gets stuck in your brain after listening to music too loud for too long.

I found it instantly irritating, within five seconds it was grating and I started skipping through the recordings at fifteen seconds cause I couldn't stand it anymore. The whole recording is like that. Lacklustre effort at best.

Very disappointing. The opposite of what I needed at the time. Try at your own risk.

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Struggling

Some of this is consistently discordant and so, not relaxing or supportive. Hard work listening to a droning sound that became increasingly difficult to endure. Could not finish. Narration was not helpful. First few tracks were supportive; the rest, too challenging to relax into.

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no sound

there was no sound when trying to play this by the preview worked and my other ebooks work 😔