4. Reflecting Sound

4. Reflecting Sound

When composer Pauline Oliveros quoted Tibetan lama Sogyal Rinpoche on putting meditation in an equation with the wisdom of listening and the depth of insight in 1999, she had realized that her own listening skills were still continuing to evolve – forty six years after she started meditating on sound.

3. Activating the Ear

3. Activating the Ear

Originally employed as part of a bundle of means for mapping acoustic situations in locations around the world, soundwalks are a good method to understand and internalize the concept of soundscapes by experience. No one, who got initiated to the technique, ever got bored by them.

2. Delving Into Sound

2. Delving Into Sound

If you don’t like a sound, listen closely! For most people suffering from misophonia, that might come as a paradoxical advice. To be aware of the thoughts behind this idea might change one’s perception of a situation when being triggered.

Listening with Misophonia

Listening with Misophonia

Workshop based on conscious listening strategies as propagated by Pauline Oliveros and R. Murray Schafer. In order to cope with the disorder in constructive and active ways, it introduces new perspectives on listening and encourages practising.