To heal the world, we must learn to heal ourselves. And to know what needs healing within us, we need to be spiritually awake. Thus, in our approach to healing, cultivating spiritual enlightenment is critical to the process. But, unfortunately, healing and enlightenment are often trivialized in popular culture. And so, in our Yogic Mystery School, we add a third element: self-transformation, which puts our shoulder to the wheel through personal effort.
"Music is woven throughout nature from our own DNA to the galaxies, and that is why it is a source of transformation and wisdom. Russill Paul is a master guide in this domain. His work is clear evidence that music is much too powerful to be used as mere entertainment."
In today's covid world, stress, anxiety, and depression are at an all-time high, affecting individuals from every country, profession, and social strata. Methods of spirituality, we've come to learn, are powerful ways of dealing with these side effects.
Of these, two have gained credibility and attention in the last two decades. The first is Yoga; the other is Sound Healing. We might seek to understand Sound Healing as the conscious use of vibrations in the form of speech, music, and chanting for healing.
We have over 30 years of teaching and publishing experience on the international stage. Additionally, since 2008, we have been developing and offering online programs on spirituality. We invite you to join our community and explore the healing dimensions of yoga, mantra, meditation, music.
"I have been with Russill and the Yoga of Sound online program since it started, 10 years now I believe. If you are thinking about it, go for it ! Even when I get behind, which I often do, I know I can always go back to the lessons. There’s not only Russill’s expert guidance and teachings, we have the community that is safe, shares so honestly and is very supportive. It is something I always go back to and gives me comfort, groundedness and is so humbling ."
"The music of Russill Paul is not only distinctive, it is extraordinary and brilliant. His fusion of the sounds of India with the energy and technology of contemporary Western music produces a sound unequalled since George Harrison collaborated with Ravi Shankar in the late 1960’s."