The story behind this song is simple. I had an arthritis flare-up in my knee, so it made sense to see what I could do with light language recording to help calm my joints.
If you're familiar with William Tiller's work*, then I hope you'll understand my perspective that Light Language recording is analogous to his experiments with intention-imprinting of electronic devices. The hardest part is to remember that it's possible and remember to try it. That's what I"m doing here.
*(If you're not familiar with William Tiller's work, then join us in The Book Club on February 3, 2024, for a discussion of his book Science and Human Transformation along with the book Living With a Wild God by Barbara Ehrenreich.)
Musically, I wanted to feel punchy momentum with a comical lightness that could lay a foundation for relief. This track fits the bill with a driving synth lead setting the pace with a brisk march. Then along comes an interlude of beatboxed dubstep, an organic interruption that resolves with a quick nap and an energetic rebound.
And... it's short! The track is only around one minute long. That's a win, win for everyone. Try listening into it two or three times in a row!
I hope you enjoy it, and I hope listening and receiving brings you grace.
I'd love to hear about your experience with this song.
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