Tantric Embrace
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Sacred chant and music to arouse your energy and inspire heightened sensuality.
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Alongside the familiar yoga practice of movement and meditation is the ancient yoga of music and chant, whose goal is to open your heart, awaken your mind, and arouse your spirit.

“His music is delightful—a spiritually uplifting experience.”
—Caroline Myss, bestselling author of Sacred Contracts

“His fusion of the sounds of India with the energy and technology of contemporary Western music produces a sound unequaled since George Harrison collaborated with Ravi Shankar in the late 1960s.’’
—Arlo Guthrie

The 1,500-year-old tantric tradition of Shakti yoga uses sacred sound to arouse the body’s subtle energy centers, called “chakras.” Russill Paul left his career as a film musician to immerse himself in the monastic study of this ancient spiritual art.

On this beautiful musical offering, African and Indian percussion, bamboo flute, sarangi, and tanpura enliven Russill’s stirring tantric chants. Shakti connects you to your body and the earth, heightening sensuality, deepening yoga practice, and inspiring movement and meditation.

Russill presents his work on musical mysticism at retreats and learning centers worldwide. He has shared the stage with many musical luminaries, and has performed for His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

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Contents Digital Audio (1 hour)
Product Code RC03157W
ISBN Number 978-1-60297-153-0
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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.