I attended Jim's harmonic workshop last night--did I say 'workshop'? How about party! Jim led us with easy grace, from silence to listening, to following, to swaying blended song. A playful, positive, accepting space for people to tune into each other and go deep. A place to find your own voice, get comfortable with it and love its vibrations. Several people said they'd been told as children that they "couldn't sing". Well, everybody sang and it was powerful. Jim's got an important message and a method that makes us all into harmonizers, resonating with each other and the universe. An active sound healing, community-building, peacemaking--a joyful noise.