A guided imagery of “The Gleaners”, painted by Jean Francois Millet. I’ll explain a brief summary of the contents of the painting and then I’ll try to repaint a vision of it in your mind along with the meaning and history of the painting.
Enjoy this story-like version of the first part of the Book of Genesis from The Old Testament.
Similar to Bonus Episode 45, this episode includes, The Creation, The Garden of Eden, and Caine and Abel – but this story-version also includes, Noah and the Flood, the Tower of Babel, and the start of the story of Abraham (AKA Abram).
Let me know if you prefer this story version or the literal version in Bonus Episode 45.
This is a 1 hour 17 minute recording of just ocean sounds (no whispering). I recorded this on the same day and at the same beach as “Bonus 51: Busy Beach – vacation rambles.”
I knew that during the recording of my whispers on the beach that I was too far from the ocean for the ocean sounds to be clearly recorded.
So l waited for later in the day for the tide to come in and then I recorded just the sounds of the ocean. There were still some adults and kids squawking, talking, and yelling – but I edited all that out so you can have a calm and pure ocean sound experience.
I hope you enjoy this, Harris : )
P.S. Here are more 1 Hour (and 8 Hour) nature sounds that I have recorded, and they sound even better because I used much higher quality microphones: https://www.patreon.com/sleepwithsilk
My first beach whispering on a busy beach. You will hear my whispering, ocean sounds, and beach sounds.
My whispering: I recorded this while I was on vacation last week so I am mostly whispering about my vacation travels and activities during that week. Mundane stuff that you can try to visualize and fall asleep to.
Ocean sounds: I was far from the water so it sounds mostly likely white noise. You won’t hear distinct waves or surf but you will hear the gentle wind around me.
Beach sounds: I recorded this with two microphones, so these sounds should be in stereo and sound 3-D (best heard with headphones). My favorite background sounds in this recording are the children yelling and playing – made me smile when I listened to it during editing. You will also hear adults talking on cell phones, adults talking to each other, the tok-tok-tok sounds of beach paddle ball, feet running or walking in the sand around me, several airplanes flying overhead, and near the end someone starts playing music in the distance.