Audible Peace

Experience the transformative power of Audible Peace™. The sound-guided choice awareness meditation practice creates space to transcend the superficial, guiding you on a profound journey into the depths of interconnectedness and genuine understanding.

In a world obsessed with quick fixes, Audible Peace™ offers a sanctuary for deep reflection, inviting you to explore the intricate complexities of life and embrace a more authentic existence.

Through immersive soundscapes and collective introspection, Markus Myō-on Mars invites us to foster fairness through awareness, encouraging personal growth and a deeper appreciation of our shared reality. Redefine well-being as you embark on a path of choice awareness and mutual respect, building towards a peaceful, sustainable future.

Next Audible Peace Ceremony

FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 6:30 - 8:00 PM

Audible Peace: The Choice Of Saving The Planet

To get the most out of the practice, fill out the choice awareness survey below with the upcoming ceremony's topic in mind. Express yourself freely and anonymously. Surveys will be picked randomly and shared at the beginning of our practice to raise awareness of our choice to practice applied mindfulness.

Please don't share personal information such as phone numbers, email addresses, home addresses, or names. Surveys containing such information will be deleted immediately.


  • This event is freely accessible to anyone who struggles financially. If you want to attend and the ticket price exceeds your budget, please get in touch with me here, and I will add you to the guest list—no questions asked.
  • This event is included in the Ceremonial Grade tier. Join me on Patreon today!
  • General admission: $20

About Audible Peace

A Foundation For Deep Listening

Audible Peace™ is a sound-guided meditation practice to raise choice awareness from within. In our quest for simplicity, we often overlook the intricate complexities of life. Audible Peace™ is an invitation to embrace these complexities, fostering a deeper understanding and genuine respect for our shared experiences. We live in a world where the allure of easy answers often overshadows the truth, leading to disconnection and indifference. This experience seeks to bridge this gap, encouraging an honest reflection on the present moment in our world and the foundations we lay for our future.

We aspire to feel well, heard, happy, and respected. However, the foundation of feeling is being. This subtle shift from a desire for mere perception to a quest for authentic reality opens up a path to truly be well, heard, happy, and respected, which can only be achieved once we understand that we are interconnected and strongly depend on one another, not just among humans but among all Earthlings. As much as we shy away from the fact that nothing is permanent, it can be very uplifting to find out how our daily actions, conversations, and the act of respectfully holding each other accountable contribute to complex, internal, and external problem-solving.

This interdependency can get mixed up with codependency in our modern-day age of individualism. The tale of absolute independence seems inevitable in a capitalistic worldview. However, while it is important not to become dependent on those who exploit us, we must understand the nature of interbeing and how we interdepend on our choices and actions.

Imagine constructing a house with a skewed foundation. A passerby’s superficial praise, like “Lookin’ good, buddy,” may offer temporary emotional comfort, but it cannot change the reality of an unstable structure. While you might feel validated in the moment, the truth remains that your house, built on shaky ground, is bound to face challenges. The passerby might have a useful tip for improvement but wants to avoid coming across as a know-it-all. The outdated idea of “I do me" and "you do you” seems all too omnipresent. However, remaining open-minded to providing and receiving truthful outside perspectives or, at times, constructive criticism is vital. It helps us avoid the pitfalls of tunnel vision, allowing us to collectively improve and build upon a more solid, shared reality.

Insight into shared reality

Markus Myō-on Mars encourages looking beyond the surface and engaging with the truth in its raw form. This approach is not about fostering discomfort but looking deeply at our shared reality to co-create a solid foundation by building a more authentic, stable, and equitable world. Embracing the slight discomfort of expanding the mind is like embracing the slight discomfort when learning a new yoga pose, stretching sore muscles, working out, or learning a new skill.

Asking questions and being asked often triggers suspicion and judgment instead of curiosity. Today's hyperindividualism and the growing McMindfulness movement often distort our perception, teaching us to be individually okay with the status quo, even though the discomfort is often rooted in complex socioeconomic circumstances. While it is important to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we are doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s happening around us, it is equally important to participate in cultivating fairness through awareness beyond the individual.

The foundation of the Audible Peace™ choice awareness meditation practice involves learning to replace discomfort with curiosity. It is not an escape into personalized alternate realities but a shared journey of discovery, reflection, and transformation that sparks mindfulness in our daily choice-making process.

What to expect