Resonance describes a physical phenomenon – a vibrating reverberation – as well as an emotion, a sense of fullness and mutual understanding. For social theorist of acceleration Hartmut Rosa, resonance is the alternative model for defining good life beyond growth. It is one of the properties of human beings beyond alienation that is for him a ‘mute domination’.[i] His theory of resonance was developed through thinking about our relationship to nature. Resonance is not a metaphor but describes a transformative experience that modifies our connection to the world, forging our identity. Nature speaks back to us through resonance and provides orientation. As such, for Rosa the great ecological angst of late modernity is not rooted in the fear of the extinction of nature as a resource, but rather in nature as a ‘sphere of resonance’ reduced to silence.[ii] His idea of a position and balance between spheres of resonance in life, with a deep relationship to nature, helps us to enter Milledge’s work. In Imbás, myth, poetry, ecology and sonic collaboration come into play as intersecting circles of resonance.