Musician, David Young, to channel famous Beatle, Harrison, in concert
Fifty years to the day of Feb. 9th 1964 of the Beatle's historic appearance on the Ed Sullivan show, musician David Young will be "Channeling George Harrison" in a 3 hour spiritual event at Pebble Hill Interfaith Church.
Young, a two-time Grammy-nominated New Age Recording Artist, will be returning to Pebble Hill Church in Doylestown, located at 320 Edison-Furlong Road (corner of Woodcrest Ave.) on Sunday, Feb. 9 2014 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. for a three hour spiritual event:
Part 1 – A healing music concert w/storytelling
Part 2 – David will share over 20 miraculous experiences from his recently published book, “Channeling Harrison, Book One” with George’s vision and hope for the planet at this crucial time.
Part 3 – Questions and answers with the audience
Part 4 – Group meditation with sound healing to help you connect with your own personal guides to heighten your awareness, strengthen your intuition, and help you live with greater connectivity and synchronicity.
David Young has recorded 55 albums and has sold over 1 million CD’s. His relaxing instrumental music features a unique technique of playing two recorders (renaissance flutes) in harmony at one time.
He contributed the music for the documentary DVD, “The Journey to Braco” and has performed at Braco’s gazing events on the East Coast and Midwest.
Over 10,000 massage therapists, spas, healing centers, and hospitals all over the world use his instrumental music every day to help people find peace in this stressful world.
Pennsylvania and New Jersey will be the launching pad for this exciting event before it goes national and world-wide.
This special program is a collaboration between Susan Duval Seminars and Pebble Hill Church.
For further information on David Young see his website: www.davidyoungmusic.com
Ticket Price: $30.00. Attendance is limited to 100 people. Early registration is recommended.
To register by phone call: 215-348-5755 10am-10pm or firstname.lastname@example.org
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