Dream Interpretation Workshop with David Young: At the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Nov. 6
Oct 30, 2016 03:18PM
David Young, a musician, sound healer, artist and author, will teach a dream interpretation workshop at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Mount Kisco from 3 to 5 p.m., November 6.
I’ll be teaching participants how to discover the meanings behind the messages we receive from our subconscious mind,” he says. “Have you ever had a dream repeat over and over and wonder what message Spirit is trying to get through to you? Each of us has our own inner symbols that were created from our experiences earlier in life. Only we can truly know what they represent.”
In this workshop, sponsored by StarVisions, Young will explain why the subconscious mind chooses the mysterious and sometimes random symbols that appear in our dreams. “Although these symbols may seem discombobulated or meaningless at first, there is always a deeper message behind them trying to guide us and bring us peace or perhaps a resolution,” he says. “The technique I teach in my workshop can also be applied to daily life.”
A double Grammy nominee who plays two Renaissance flutes, Young will include a flute meditation in the workshop “to help participants raise their vibrational frequency and connect with their higher self, loved ones, guides or beings from the angelic realm.” More than 20,000 healers and healing centers worldwide use his music, he says.
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is located at 236 South Bedford Rd., Rte. 172, Mt. Kisco. Register in advance at StarVisionsCommunity.org for $30, or pay $35 at the door. For more info, visit DavidYoungMusic.com.