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Welcome to Soundings of the Planet!

Dean and Dudley Evenson founded Soundings of the Planet in 1979 to be a voice of the planet and to support their vision of ‘Peace Through Music.’ They created one of the first musical recordings to include the sounds of nature and in the process helped launch a whole new genre of relaxation music.  Since then, they have produced over 80 albums and videos and their award-winning music supports meditation, yoga and healing. The Evensons have collaborated with outstanding musicians from around the world including Scott Huckabay, Tom Barabas, Li Xiangting, d’Rachael, Cha-das-ska-dum, Singh Kaur, Daniel Paul and even the Dalai Lama of Tibet. They also produce nature music videos and documentaries on sound healing, environmental issues and travel in Tibet, India, Nepal, and Native American cultures.

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Dean Evenson meditating ocean

Breathe In and Meditate with the Sounds of Nature

The Music of this World. Guest blog by Madisyn Taylor, DailyOM co-founder. The tool most commonly used to focus our minds in meditation is the breath. When we sit down to meditate, drawing our attention inward counteracts our habitual tendency to be scattered. Meditation on the breath helps us gather our energy into our bodies, … Continue reading Breathe In and Meditate with the Sounds of Nature

Pumpkin field Mt Baker

Happy Pumpkin Day!

I love pumpkins and not just at Halloween. I am probably one of the few people who actually saves the meat from the pumpkin before carving a Jack-o’-lantern so I can make a pumpkin pie. Yes, it’s a lot more work, but the benefit is a food treat that is actually good for you. And … Continue reading Happy Pumpkin Day!

Mt Shucksan lake

Honoring Mother Earth and our Native Communities

We love nature! Ever since we were young, Dean Evenson and I have enjoyed camping, hiking and just being in nature. Dean was an avid bird watcher and even achieved the honor of becoming an Eagle Scout with its associated merit badges. I used to explore the trails in the woods behind my house, imagining … Continue reading Honoring Mother Earth and our Native Communities