My interest in sound therapy and collective well-being
Ramji Singh founded the Spanish Sound Therapy Institution in Girona, Spain, with offices in Mexico, Germany, Central Europe, and Central America.
My interest in music awoke during my childhood in Mexico concerning classical music. Since 1998 I have lived and studied music in different countries, such as Mexico City (School of Artistic Initiation of the I.N.B.A.), England (Themes Valley University), Cuba (National School of Art), India (Delhi University), and Nepal. During my experiences and studies, I started researching and developing sound therapy research because I always wanted to understand the effects that sound has on us, humans.
According to the Indian philosophy of the Vedas, sound was at the beginning of creation, long before human existence.
Sound and vibration reconnect us with that origin and harmonize our bodies; each of us vibrates in our tone.
During my work as a sound therapist in various associations in Spain in the field of healing therapy, for example, with cancer patients (Rosas contra el cáncer ), the deaf (Asssociasió Gironina de Sords), and the elderly, I had the experience that sounds can support healing processes, and even humans can heal. Discoveries about the power of sound
While living in Spain, I also trained as a Kundalini Yoga teacher, certified with the K.R.I. (Kundalini Research Institute Certificate). The sound led me to Kundalini Yoga.
Based on these experiences, I founded the Institute of Sound Therapy in 2008. Since then, I have been giving seminars on bowls, gongs, and monochords in different countries worldwide.
And currently, as a sound therapy teacher and sound artist, I represent the best brands of sound therapy instruments found in Germany, such as Meinl, Gongs Paiste, Allton, Olli Hess, and Ancestral Sound Products.