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EdenSync Music Song Saturdays

Lavender the Song


This week’s Song Saturday song (Lavender), is from the new EdenSync series module (called Lavender) coming out next week.

The song takes place in the middle of the Simulation (Mental Auditory Simulation, i.e. MAS), where you are transported to an underwater world in order to experience a profound expression of Tessera.

Lavender is the first module of the EdenSync series, and will go live a week from today, Saturday, February 10th.

I will be sharing several updates throughout the week, including the first EdenSync Simulation Report which, explains everything about this special one-time, 12 month, experience.

In the meantime, enjoy the song! (headphones will give you the best experience, but not mandatory.)
PS As always, feel free to like, share, and leave a comment.

  1. Thea

    I could feel the quality of space was underwater.
    Yes beautiful and apt name…
    Thank you for bringing us a glimpse of this unique and special world.
    A wealth we must cherish remember and care for both energetically and physically.
    Thank you
    As always

    • Adam King

      Thank you for the comment Thea. Just imagine all the sounds you just said during this song. They’re all present in the simulation.
      Can hardly wait to share it!

    • Angela

      I love the choice of the word “Radiant”. 🙂

  2. Vass

    Blessings Adam . The Lavender song is divine . I felt healing emanating from it and could almost smell lavender 🙂 one of my favourites . In my minds eye as it was playing , i found myself seen me in a huge open field amongst lavender ! huge blossoming ones and Even the trees were of that colour. A beautiful healing song and i feel many will be blessed to receive it . Thank you so much for this gift

    God bless you
    Love and light xx

    • Adam King

      You’re very welcome Vass. As I said to Thea, can’t wait for next week to release the rest of this. I’ll add a few more things throughout the week too, so watch your inbox.
      And, thank you for the comment. It’s good to see we’re connecting on all the right levels. That’s very important to me!

  3. Kana koinuma

    Really Beautiful Adam!!!!
    I can listen to it all day long.
    My heart has been super expanded since my return to Egypt and this lavender song really helps to keep it expanded.
    Really warms my heart ❤️
    Much love,

    • Adam King

      You’re welcome Kana and, that’s pretty cool. I’m smiling over here because all of you are hitting the actual module concept (without knowing it), in some form or another. In short, there IS an Egypt theme that takes place in the explorer’s guide for Lavender.
      You’ll see me explain that later in the week. 🙂

  4. Angela

    Oh yes! This song is very beautiful! The first half of the song has a wonderful echo-y dancing ebb and flow like the light that dances in the water of a pool. Where I swim the sun shines in 2 sides of the room through huge windows into a large swimming pool. The little waves are gently choppy and the water dances around as people swim or play about. I love to watch the light in the water and this song transports me right there. I notice the use of the strong drum beat. Just one strong beat at the beginning and then a few times a gentler beat in the later third of the song. So curious as to how that will play into the simulation. The drum beats feel like a story to be told. Such a wonderful little peek into what is yet to come! … beauty and mystery You have my attention and anticipation Adam!

    • Adam King

      I love using subtle drums throughout songs to enhance emotional impact. With headphones on you can hear them in the depths of the bass. However, in the simulation (as well as a little present here as well), there are several, what I call, Integrated Atmospherics. These are a combination of low and mid tones that mimic natural sounds. For instance, during the part in the simulation where this song is present, you’ll hear them VERY clearly if you’re using headphones, or on a good system that enhances the bass. And yes, you’ll hear others things too. 🙂 I’m putting a smiley face here, because you’ll know EXACTLY what I’m talking about when you listen to the simulation. In fact, you’ll be smiling as well during those parts.
      This is truly exciting for me. The work for the year to come has already been (mostly) outlined, and it’s going to be something incredibly special.
      Glad to have you on board!

      • Angela

        Dearest Adam, I found those drums in the simulation and thoroughly enjoyed them in the deep bass! You are so right! I was wearing a HUGE smile! I could hardly breath it was so mesmerizing. The background natural sounds during that part of the simulation made my lil heart sore!!! It is magnificent! The drums truly do heighten the emotional experience. I loved it! What fun you must have in creating such wonderfulness.

        I was so engrossed in listening I about had a heart attack when my husband closed a door down the hallway. I thought of your words here and nearly burst out laughing! I had to listen to the simulation a couple more times just to enjoy that part. This will be one of my favorites, most definitely! So awesome!

        • Adam King

          That…is pretty funny. 🙂

  5. Yvonne

    Hi Adam,

    My husband has been watching Olympic coverage for hours. (Sigh) After he left the room I turned off the TV and played your beautiful song as I read email. He came out of the other room saying, “Wow that’s really nice. Who is that?” He rarely comments on what I listen to 🙂

    I couldn’t imagine myself underwater with this music. It felt too light and warm and expansive to me. Maybe my experiences with water, muddy Midwest rivers and cloudy oceans off the coast of California, are too limiting.

    Like Vass, I’m in a meadow. Sunshine, breeze, flowers, blowing grasses. I’m alone, content, happy.

    Two thumbs up from our house.

    • Angela

      I love this testimony to the power of truly great music. Thank you Yvonne!

    • Adam King

      It’s fun reading this after knowing you now own EdenSync and have been through the simulation. I can’t wait to share the reflection that you emailed with me. Again, it’s fun to see this and read “I’m in a meadow,” knowing how it ends. 😉

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