PP#54: Evan Worldwind – Using sound to embrace the natural high

EVAN WORLDWIND STILL INSTA

Close your eyes…and you will experience how the sounds of your surroundings influence your mental and emotional state. There is a reason it is easier to meditate in quiet nature rather than in a train station, and why certain songs make you want to jump up and down while others put you in a somber mood. Sound is powerful, and can be a tool on your journey towards health, peace, happiness and connection with others.

Evan Worldwind is a musician, certified Neurolinguistic Design Engineer, sound healer, Tai Chi practitioner, and raw foodist. Growing up in the agricultural hills of Jamaica left an imprint on Evan encouraging him to live symbiotically with mother earth while implementing spiritual practices and abundant love in his life as he moved to New York City. Evan is a master didgeridoo player, and uses this instrument in sounds healing workshops to enhance the community connection felt in a space so people can find love in each other, and in themselves, more deeply.

I had the pleasure of attending one of Evans workshops at the 2015 Woodstock Fruit Festival and had a pretty profoundly blissful experience. The dark, deep drone of the didgeridoo is a clear manifestation of the vibration of “Om”. In my experience this sound calms the mind, loosens tension in the body and opens up your heart to others.

Evan started a group called the Artist Dream Family which is comprised of artists who share the vision of a peaceful and prosperous world, using the arts to inspire their audiences to embrace their natural high. Before building a career in sound healing and arts, Evan served for 6 years in the U.S. Marine Corps.

CONNECT WITH EVAN:

EvanWorldwind.com

ArtistDreamFamily.com

YouTube: Evan Worldwind

Twitter: @EvanWorldwind

Instagram: @EvanWorldwind

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