157: How the sounds of the ocean can impact our lives with Joshua Sam Miller
In this episode, we talk to Joshua Sam Miller. He is a musician & environmentalist focused on helping people connect back to nature through immersive audio and visual experiences. He is the Chief Sound Explorer at Embodied Sounds and creator of Sounds of the Ocean, which supports mental wellness and ocean conservation efforts around the world.
During this episode we take a look at the importance of connecting to nature, therapeutic and healing roles that sound play in our lives as well as taking a deep dive into Joshua’s Sound of the Ocean.
Links from the episodes:
Dr Sylvia Earle Podcast Episode
Where can people find Joshua?
Website – Joshua Sam Miller
Website – Sounds of the Ocean
KEY TAKE AWAY
“Spend as much time as possible in nature.”
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