Rediscover the power of listening and bring balance to your life.

Everything from vast star systems to microscopic particles moves in vibration. By opening to these interconnected layers of vibration, we can attune our inner and outer awareness to promote connection, creativity, and harmony.

“You are quite gifted at creating sonic textures which help lull one’s interior life towards a spirit of nuance and quiet.”
—Nicholas C.


Weekly Meditation Group

Sound Sangha is a free weekly online meditation group (“sangha” is a Pali and Sanskrit word that means “community”). Each session lasts 45 minutes, including 20 minutes of meditation and a group discussion centered on listening and mindfulness

“I love being in this circle and I feel so grateful. It is opening portals that I would not be otherwise journeying through.”
—Cynthia P.


Sounds of SAND is a podcast from Science and Nonduality produced and hosted by Michael. Episodes are produced with original music and sound design and sometimes interviews by Michael. Other episodes are original audio from SAND’s rich history of speakers and teachers such as Dr. Gabor Maté, Adyashanti, Jack Kornfield, Tara Brach, Esther Perel, Sophie Strand, and more!


Acousmatic Therapy is a six-module, audio-only program for people dealing with screen fatigue, addiction, and overwhelm. The course invites you to set aside time once a week for listening, rest, and contemplation. By using acousmatic sound, we can rest our eyes while reconnecting with our ability to listen. The course consists of 6 audio-only modules, each pairing a guided meditation with music, soundscapes, and other therapeutic sounds. Think of them as mini-retreats from your daily routine, where you can focus on yourself—and your relationship to the world around you.

Michael Reiley is a composer, producer, and teacher. His offerings weave the art, science, and spirituality of Deep Listening®, sonic mindfulness, and music into a holistic spectrum of offerings.
Michael is a certified Deep Listening teacher having studied in the linage of composer Pauline Oliveros. He currently teaches at the Center for Deep Listening at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. As a sound therapist Michael is a Certified Music Practitioner having studied with the Music for Healing and Transition Program which trains musicians for playing improvised music at the bedside of the sick and dying. As a composer, he has released over a dozen albums on labels such as Healing Sound Propagandist, Sacred Sea Records, White Swan, Pregnant Void, and on his own Sound of Listening imprint. Michael also works as a composer for Wavepaths, a platform providing music experiences for and as psychedelic therapy and as the podcast producer, blog editor, and webmaster at Science and Nonduality.