Ambient Soundscapes & Library

Guided Meditations | Mindfulness Teachings | Sounds of Nature
Soothing Soundscapes | & More


About Bilateral Stimulation for Anxiety & Depression


Binaural (or bilateral) Music

Binaural (also called bilateral) music is music with a beat pattern that pans back and forth, left and right, and is used to relieve anxiety, stress, insomnia, depression. You must listen to this type of music with earbuds or with headphones in order for it to be effective.

Scroll down to the “Sounds & Soundscapes” section below to hear  binaural music tracks!


Guided Meditations

For Relaxation


For Pain Management (physical pain)


Compassion & Self-Compassion


Mindfulness  |  About Mindfulness

Thich Nhat Hanh


Jon Kabat-Zinn


Moving & Motion

Tai Chi

Leia Cohen – Tai Chi 5 minutes a day

A series of 5 simple and soothing videos for beginners and the more advanced to help manage and reduce stress while mindfully refocusing our thinking and awareness onto ourselves, our bodies, and the positive energy of the present moment. Each video is approximately 5 minutes long. There is an additional video that puts them all together in sequence equaling a full 40-minute Tai Chi workout.






Workouts (in alphabetical order)


Expanding Horizons

Dr. Wayne Dyer


Loretta LaRoche


Playing for Change


Sounds & Soundscapes

Binaural (or Bilateral) Music

Binaural (also called bilateral) music is music with a beat that pans between left and right to relieve anxiety, stress, insomnia, etc. as well as depression. Learn more about binaural (bilateral) music.

Remember: you must listen to this type of music wearing headphones or earbuds—or else it won’t work!.



Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response—ASMR—is often used as an aid to help with relaxation, stress and anxiety reduction, pain reduction, and sleep.

Recent research has shown that engaging with and watching ASMR videos and media can bring about physical sensations of tingling accompanied by feelings of relaxation, calm, and well-being.

ASMR uses sound as well as visual situationals (such as the point of view of  “close proximity” to the viewer; the use of role play to simulate an aspect of grooming, e.g., getting a facial or having one’s hair done; speaking in a whispering, quiet tone; the use of objects) to  help improve sleep, ease feelings of stress and anxiety, and manage chronic pain. The use of sound, however, is the ASMR trigger most frequently reported with beneficial effects..


White Noise


Sounds of Nature


Native American


Pomodoro Technique

The Pomodoro Technique (also called the Pomodoro Timer) is an approach to managing the stress from school, studying, or from any heavy workload. 

The Pomodoro Technique breaks down our work or study schedule typically into 25-minute intervals followed by 5 minutes of rest or a 5-minute break in-between. Learn more about the Pomodoro Technique

The Pomodoro Technique supports time management and reaching our work or study goals in positive ways. Its interval approach enables us to plan our work tasks better and reduce our stress and anxiety—especially when it comes to deadlines. 

Although originally designed by Francesco Cirillo in the 1980s using a kitchen timer, the Pomodoro Technique has expanded to include ambient videos that incorporate the timer.

Explore the videos below and see if the Pomodoro Technique is a right tool for your toolbox!

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Library Share 

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