Sound expert coming to Westlake Nov. 16

The sound of a thousand crickets chirping their evening song. The incessant bark of a bossy chihuahua over your backyard fence as you stroll on the grass. The voice of Andrea Bocelli as he sings sweetly to you in a language you don't care if you understand. The howl of a distant wolf as you gaze up at an October full moon. Some sounds seem to sound good, others not so much. Some induce feelings of calm, others, like your alarm, impel you into action.

Some sounds are good for your body, mind, and soul to hear. Some sounds have the ability to amplify the healing process. What are these sounds, where do they come from, why do they work?

Some identify them as the ancient Solfeggio frequencies and the Fibonacci numbers. Many believe these frequencies have the effect of calming an overactive mind and raising your energy. Some even call the 528 Hz the Miracle tone, or the Love frequency, and associate it with DNA repair. 

Italian mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci introduced his famous Fibonacci sequence and mystical Golden Ratio, Phi, and opened the door for current wonders, and wonders yet to be. The petals on most flowers display one of the Fibonacci numbers, would Mother Nature fool us? The structure of The Great Pyramid is another example of this mysterious set of numbers. 

Coming to Unity Spiritual Center in Westlake on Sunday, Nov. 16, 1:15 p.m., is author, artist and composer Jill Mattson. Jill is an expert in the use of sounds from ancient civilizations and secret societies, and combines the old with new cutting-edge advances to promote growth and healing in energy fields through vibration.

For over 20 years, Jill has done extensive research in the area of healing sound frequencies. Her two-hour workshop, "Vibrational Healing and Raising Your Consciousness" will explore ways to uplift yourself and deepen and broaden your own healing practice. You will learn how to clear energy blockages and meridians with tones, use sound to remove pain, use sound to go easily and deeply into meditation, and much more. Tickets are $25; to register, visit unityspiritualcenter.com or email unityinfo@unityspiritualcenter.com.

Jill is truly a multi-talented artist. She has eight CDs to her name, two books, and hundreds of paintings. The sights and sounds that Jill has created for all of us to use are truly remarkable gifts from a remarkable artist. Her music is enchanting to listen to and can easily remove you from a troubled, hectic world to a joyous, enchanted realm.

Unity Spiritual Center is located at 23855 Detroit Road, Westlake.

Sharon Fedor

I am Secretary on the Board of Trustees of Unity Spiritual Center

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