A.M. & P.M. Yoga Chants

Morning and Evening Chants to Still Your Mind and Open Your Heart
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Uplifting music and chant for peace, clarity, and joy—from dusk to dawn.
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Alongside the familiar practice of yoga exercise is an ancient, lesser-known yoga of sound. Using spiritually uplifting music and powerful chanting known as kirtan, A.M. & P.M. Yoga Chants will still your mind and open your heart, allowing you to experience peace, clarity, and joy from dusk to dawn. An ensemble of evocative Eastern and Western instrumentation creates inspiring melodies and rhythmic textures. Simply listen, or chant along to be transported to another realm, giving you respite from the normal activities of your mind, and activating your body’s natural healing processes. 

A.M. Yoga Chants is energizing and invigorating. These chants are based on traditional morning ragas, which will give you the vitality and focus to help you create a joyous and extraordinary day. The compositions on P.M. Yoga Chants are mellow and soothing. They are based on traditional evening ragas, which will help you unwind and relax, preparing you for a restful and rejuvenating evening.

Russill Paul grew up in India among a family of musicians, and began playing instruments at the early age of four. After a successful career performing and creating film music, he lived as a monk for five years at a monastery in south India studying yoga, philosophy, Sanskrit, and the ancient art of using music and chant for meditation and spiritual growth. A prolific recording artist and producer, Russill has taught academic courses and presented workshops on chant, music, and culture internationally.

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Contents Digital Audio (2 hours)
Product Code RC03140W
ISBN Number 978-1-60297-035-9
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Russill Paul

About Russill Paul

A native of Chennai, South India, Russill Paul began playing stringed instruments from the age of four. In his teens, he was already playing music professionally. Although he was born and brought up in a Christian family, from childhood he developed a keen interest in Indian spirituality. In 1984, Russill underwent a powerful spiritual transition due to his meeting Dom Bede Griffiths, the pioneering Benedictine monk and revered sage who directed Shantivanam, a Christian monastery that expressed itself through the spiritual and yogic culture of India.