Therapeutic Music for Relaxation - Stream of Dreams CD by Dan Gibson (Solitudes Series)

Stream of Dreams by Dan Gibson - Solitudes collection
Stream of Dreams by Dan Gibson - Solitudes collection

Therapeutic Music for Relaxation - Stream of Dreams by Dan Gibson

In today's hectic world, full of ups and downs, struggles, and disappointments, it is nice to escape into a world where all of your troubles melt away and you find yourself carefree, at peace, and very happy, your body completely weightless and relaxed.

To make the journey to this wonderful place, no travel or packing is required. All you need to do is pop in a music CD into your boom box or any other CD playing device. and let the music do the rest. But it's not just any CD. It is Stream of Dreams - a CD that is part of the Solitudes collection by Dan Gibson.

Therapeutic Music for Relaxation - Stream of Dreams by Dan Gibson

Stream of Dreams (part of Dan Gibson's Solitudes collection) features seven tracks - Morning Light (11:40), Sheltered Shore (10:04), Pool of Mirrors (6:38), The Repose (6:16), Quiet Longing (7:40), After the Rain (9:59), and Streaming (7:08). Each track has a blend of running streams, chirping birds, sounds of nature, and beautiful instrumental melodies.

When you close your eyes you will find yourself transported into lush green fields with lots of beautiful trees, plants, and flowers. You will find a stream where the water gently floats over the rocks. You will see exotic birds flying above the clear blue skies chirping away beautiful melodies. You will even hear the sounds of nearby animal life. All these things will be masterfully blended with instrumental music that will take your breath away. You may even shed a tear or two from the pure joy that will surround you. You will find yourself begin to relax and feel freedom reign over you. All of your bad thoughts will melt away and you will find yourself in a state of pure bliss you will not want to escape from.

This is an experience unlike any other and I have ventured into this magnificent, magical world many times myself. Each time I picture myself as a kid running around through the green fields, on a warm, sunny day, without a care in the world, being in complete freedom to just let go and do whatever I want. I feel myself being soothed by the gentle, running stream and the chirping birds overhead. A wide smile spreads across my face. Everything is so beautiful and I am in such a happy place that I start to cry. This CD gets me every time. And it will get you too. You just have to take the chance and give it a listen. Yes, it's not Beyonce, Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, or Eminem, but it's worth every penny.

There are other wonderful CDs in the Solitudes series that are just as great as Stream of Dreams. I can't wait to have some of them in my collection. One CD that I just came across is Piano Songbirds. Having pre-listened to the tracks on Amazon I am very much tempted to buy this CD.

There are ten tracks on this disc, each one combining soft piano melodies with the melodies of different birds like the bluebird, the warbler, the American robin, and the sparrow, among others. Each track is beautiful in its own way and has a way of bringing comfort, joy, and bliss to the listener. I can't wait to have it in my collection so I can escape into this blissful, beautiful world again and again.

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ExquisiteExtacy 5 years ago from Perth

Indeed, soothing music is a great way to ease out of modern world#s stress..


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lovebuglena 5 years ago from Staten Island, NY Author

Thanks for your feedback Regis. Yes streams is a typo. It should be stream instead. Thanks for pointing it out. As for kid vs child... I don't really see anything wrong with using kid. Kid is a more fun word. That's why I used kid. Child is more a formal and serious word.


Regis 5 years ago

"Streams of Dreams - a CD that is part of the Solitudes collection by Dan Gibson." I think "Streams" is a typo.

"I picture myself as a kid running..." I would use "a child" rather than "a kid." The latter is more like slang and does not fit the rest of your text which is more refined and formal.

I love Dan Gibson. Thank you for the reminder, Lena. Nicely done.

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