Irish singer, composer, actress, and sound healer Lia Scallon graduated from Trinity University in Dublin. Being a thespian, Scallon provides distributed the stage and display screen with famous brands Cate Blanchett, Glenn Close, Liam Neeson, and Frances McDormand. After suffering from some health issues, she begun to appear inward, seeking a fresh path on her behalf innovative exploits, which led her to review healing modalities and finally relocate to Australia. Using the Seems of Sirius, a “common vocabulary that transcends all vocabulary obstacles,” Scallon uses her wealthy tone of voice to “change the vibrational rate of recurrence from the listener,” leading to healing, rest, and comfort and ease. Her first assortment of music for the Seems of Sirius audio collection found its way to Australia in 2002. Six even more volumes adopted, and in ’09 2009 she released a compilation recording, The Seems of Sirius: Tunes to Soothe the Spirit, in america.