Artist Dream Family

“What I Hear I Forget, What I See I Remember, What I Do I Understand.” Chinese Proverb.

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 All My Relations

Artist Dream Family refers to “All My Relations”. 

A powerful reminder from America's First Nation Peoples, and the Aboriginal Nations of Australia. These two particular worlds from opposite direction of the planet, seem to express their perception of life in similar ways.

Consciously connected to the source of all things with their music, dance & storytelling. Their ways of life impressed upon me so much, I embraced their creation stories and made them my own. 

I envision the Artist Dream Family as one, consciously directing our world of senses. We Are One! The One, Which Is We, A Family Of Artists.

Seeking better Relationships with each other is a Worthwhile Endeavor. 

The Great Challenge Inside.

You are not allow. The greater you challenges you to do the work bubbling inside of you. It is your sacred manifesto, whispering in your head to be impeccable to the highest.

An indisputable being with a purpose in mind, instead of being your world’s best kept secret. 

Here is an encouraging thought for you: Answer Your Why! Why Am I Doing What I Am doing? 

Envisioning The Artist.

Artist Dream Family: Envisioning better relationships with each other is a worthwhile endeavor.

Working subjectively can be challenging, but knowing you are not alone feels easier.

Being a part of a family of dreamers working together inwardly makes the vision more exciting. This approach is a never-ending expansion of source consciousness.

To you the reader, the poet within...

 You Wrote.

I [Your Name] Through the frequencies of Centering, Alignment, Relaxation, and Balancing, I cultivate an electrical charge within my consciousness, revealing the simplicity and experiential quality of truth.

I aim to be permanently changed and transmit in the realm of my dreams.

What you do, you remember.

What People say about Past Events

"I have been trying to meditate for several years. I have been to classes where we were guided in a seated position. I have found it very difficult to get into a really deep meditation. At the Woodstock Fruit Festival, I spent one hour with Evan Worldwind standing up, swaying, and moving to the wonderful music. I felt myself floating into a deep trance. It was the most wonderful experience - the lights, smells, and the music were intoxicating."


"One of the most profound, magical experiences of my life  occurred during a ceremony led by Evan Worldwind. He guided our group to form a circle, hold hands, and connect with each other and the universe. Through his words, music, and energy I could LET GO. I closed my eyes and found my body moving to the sounds in a free and organic way. I fell into a  trance and had a deep realization that I was loved and free to do whatever I want. I also realized the power of giving and receiving and how they are one and the same. I felt like the magic of the ceremony open me up in a way and made me feel.  I'm so grateful for being a deeper connection with the Most High! With love and gratitude." 


"I was invited to join friends at the Sirius Rising gathering in Sherman, New York, at the Brushwood Folklore Center. While there, I had the sublime blessing to meet Evan Worldwind. I spent two evenings listening to and deeply feeling his music as it slowly seeped into my veins and being. His mastery and the love that flows from his playing are truly divinely inspired.

Evan doesn't just use the didgeridoo to make music, he uses it as an alchemical sound elixir for deep healing and transformation. I was so moved by the power of his words and music to reach deep within and far beyond mere sound.

If you are blessed enough to sit in an audience and not only hear Evan play but feel the sounds wrap around you like a prayer, you will have received a baptism of love in its purest form."