19 episodes

A podcast from The Mycelium Collective focused on rest and peace through music, storytelling, poetry and meditation featuring artists from around the world.

Lay Me Down Podcast Pete Hicks

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    • 5.0 • 14 Ratings

A podcast from The Mycelium Collective focused on rest and peace through music, storytelling, poetry and meditation featuring artists from around the world.

    Sometimes Bereft

    Sometimes Bereft

    Pete takes a back seat while the music of Zach Winters, C’est Lis (Elisa Rose Cox) and Relaxatone and the poetry of Matthew Nienow and Murray Shugars weave a tapestry of peace and hope.  Episode 2 is a prayer.  

    • 24 min
    Ourselves becoming Ourselves (audio fix)

    Ourselves becoming Ourselves (audio fix)

    Season 2 Episode 1: 
    Ourselves Becoming Ourselves:
    The music of Relaxatone, Thomas Sluberski, Suzie Kretzschmar, Dario Re and the Poetry of Daniel Todd and Matthew Nienow explore the journey of becoming.  Pete tells a story of welcoming a past he resisted.   

    • 29 min
    Ric Hordinski, Four Sisters, Pete and Fio Hicks, Wilder Adkins

    Ric Hordinski, Four Sisters, Pete and Fio Hicks, Wilder Adkins

    Season 1 finale- Ric Hordinski plays, "Willoughby", The Four Sisters sing a Scottish summer ballad, Pete and Fio play "The Ancient Stone", Wilder Adkins plays "Could Never Loose my Love".  Pete reads a poem written for Fiona's 40th birthday, "The Gift" by Hafiz (Daniel Ladinsky translation) and "A blessing of Angels" by John O'Donohue.  Fiona reads "Seventeen Years" by Wendell Berry.
    http://richordinskimusic.com/
    http://wilderadkins.com

    • 20 min
    Daniel Todd Poetry w/Zach Winters, Kevin Dorin and Matt Mitchell

    Daniel Todd Poetry w/Zach Winters, Kevin Dorin and Matt Mitchell

    We revisit some of the Daniel Todd's poetry with music by Matt Mitchell, Kevin Dorin and Matt Mitchell.  Pete reads a Wendell Berry Poem.

    https://www.zachwinters.com/
    https://www.instagram.com/kevindorin/
    http://mattmitchellmusicco.com/

    • 21 min
    Relaxatone

    Relaxatone

    Jason Goessl has embarked on a deep dive into healing frequencies.  Through a process of tuning his guitar to specific frequencies and the use of loop pedals and effects, he creates long form sound baths to help with anxiety and insomnia.   Pete reads the poems, "A Poem of Thanks" and "Purification" by Wendall Berry and "For Freedom" by John O'Donohue. 

    To listen to a stereo version of this Podcast or hear the complete tracks from Relaxatone, go to https://laymedownpodcast.com/

    To find out more about Relaxatone got to https://relaxatone.com/
    To track Jason's other music project Sundae + Mr. Goessl got to https://sundaeandmrgoessl.com/

    Videos of Relaxatone:
    396Hz
    176Hz
    741Hz
    285Hz
    528Hz

    • 21 min
    Pall Singh and Daniel Todd: Forgiveness and Mortality

    Pall Singh and Daniel Todd: Forgiveness and Mortality

    Pall Singh leads a meditation on forgiveness, Dan Todd reads two of his poems and Pete reads a poem by John Greenleaf Whittier. Also featured is the music of Aradhna.

    • 16 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

barngang ,

Calming and reflective

This podcast is a great way to slow down and reflect. I have enjoyed the sweet calm it brings in my life. I have been playing it for my 3 year old granddaughter when she is too excited to sleep. We really like the podcast where Suzie and Fiona sing!!

Andyofpimkinville ,

Beautiful and thoughtful

This is a perfect podcast for sitting with friends or loved ones on warm summer evening on the front porch. Highly recommend both together.

Pieter-Jan R ,

Blanket for my soul

This podcast is just what I need: half an hour of beauty, depth, hope and rest. I love the combination of storytelling, music and poetry. It’s a blanket for my soul, a hammock for my heart.

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