Love that Breathes in the Air: Offering their Music in Service of the World.

Via on Jun 18, 2011

“The real musician is the one who helps humanity raise the vibration of awareness through the healing power of tone”

SOMETHING UNDERGROUND Josh,  Seth and Trevor’s success is a living proof of such dedication. Now lets understand what success is with a simple questionaire:

Are you happy? ________

Are you making others happy? _________________

In our present world, success is often confused with popularity. Some people will do anything to be famous, as much as some people would do anything to rule. Nothing wrong to it…for those who are in the journey of fame and power. But for those who are in the journey of spiritual growth, success only measure is your state of mind.

SOMETHING UNDERGROUND performances are known for the love that breathes in the air. Their fans and friends who gather not only join to listen to their unique musical style, but also to fill their spirits and hearts with joy and hope for humanity within the sense of community friendship. In their music you will notice the evolution of their understanding of this journey we call life, this journey we call being human. Josh and Seth Larson relate to all of us through their humble effort to become whole as men, persevering in their observation of the self so to enhance their compassion for what is, offering their music in service of the world.

To see things as they are is the core of meditation practice, but to release control is the ultimate challenge of the spiritual warrior; and spiritual warriors is what I would call Trevor, Seth and Josh who constantly surrender to Dhamma, trusting that their future life depends on their present actions, actions who have been committed day and night to deliver music in beautiful harmony with the Universe.

You can enjoy them in this video: Something Underground Video



About Yesica Pineda

My name is Yésica Pineda-Moreno, though some people call me Yeye. I was born and raised in Mexico City. My mom and dad are wonderful people who raised me to believe that loving-kindness, peace of body, mind and soul ~ real happiness ~ are the only worthwhile goals in life, the rest is just history. At the age of 20, I was chosen a Mexican Musical Talent (Valores Juveniles = American Idol) between thousands of young people in the country. Such opportunity gave me the chance to travel to The United States and meet incredible famous people from whom I've learned plenty about the hard work involved in the public life and the challenges it represents to our spiritual growth. I recorded my solo album with 10 time’s Grammy winner engineer Rafa Sardina, and the talented songwriter Rafa Esparza-Ruiz. You can find it in any digital store by searching "Yeye Organic Pop". When I thought there was nothing else to be achieved, I found Yoga, or Yoga found me. In 2000, I started training with Bryan Kest and educated myself in his school of Power Yoga, which eventually led me to the practice of Vipassana meditation with teacher S.N.Goenka, training which I consider my foundation. For more information about my Yoga Practice visit My current music project is called Planetary Moods ~ Pop Sanskrit and the exploration of different frequencies resonance. You can hear my music on on myspace Listen at our website Planetary Moods.


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5 Responses to “Love that Breathes in the Air: Offering their Music in Service of the World.”

  1. Hi, Yesica. This is a beautiful review, and I love the fluid connections you draw between music and Yoga. And the pictures are great, too.

    But are there some videos you could post here so we can hear the music that is pleasing you so much?

    Posting to Elephant Yoga on Facebook and Twitter.

    Bob W. Yoga Editor
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