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Revealed: The Secret Codes of The Voice in The Zohar

Revealed: The Secret Codes of The Voice in The Zohar

The Internation Institute of Voice Deleopment Ltd. Israel Introduces Revealed: “The Secret Codes of The Voice in The Zohar” Decoded By  Miriam Jaskierowicz Arman.

Tiberias, Israel, January 06, 2016 — World Renowned International Vocal Pedagogue and Re-Constructionist, reveals the ‘Source’ of her past four books “THE VOICE: A SPIRITUAL APPROACH TO SINGING, SPEAKING AND COMMUNICATING”; The Kabblah of the Voice being the last in the series and the forerunner to “THE CODES”.

Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai is named as the co-Author of this book. It is essentially His work “The Zohar”,  which Arman uses as her Source Document, decoding it , using the principals of “Giro Vocal Motion Technique”, of which she is the Originator. This work  must  once and for all dispel any doubt, that the Techniques used  by Voice teachers and Vocal Coaches, by ENT’s and Speech Pathologists  today, are of relevance in constructing or re-constructing vocal instruments.

The true BEL CANTO  (beautiful singing) which is, in reality, the coveted Voice Production of the Levites of the Beit Hamigdash (the Temple), has been REVEALED once again and is now available to those genuinely desirous of bringing back “SONG” and “SPEECH to the level which Rabbi Shimon outlines as BELOVED TO HASHEM (G- D). The connection is Eternal. When the Second Temple was destroyed by the Romans, the secrets of the Voice became part of the bounty of the Empire and served as a foundation for classical singing which in turn mothered all other forms of vocal expression: Opera, Pop, Soul, R&B;  in short even Rap (speak/sing) comes from there.

The “Codes” dialogue between Rabbi Shimon and Arman, taking direct passages from the Soncino Translation of the Zohar (English) and explaining them in relationship to ‘Giro Vocal Motion Technique”, which has been described and taught by Arman in her previous books and teachings for 35 years internationally.

Without the ‘Codes” no one, not even the greatest experts of the writings of the Zohar, could comprehend the ‘hands on technical vocal information’ which Rabbi Shimon Bar Yohai lays down in cryptic, mystical terms;  they become however crystal clear when combined with the expositions and explanations  of Miriam Jaskierowicz Arman.

This is not a book designed for the fainthearted, or the speed readers – This book pronounces truths which were held since the 2nd century when Rabbi Shimon wrote the ‘Zohar’ and which today are REVEALED  in the contexts of our daily lives. They open the doors to the complete understanding of the vocal greatness of the Levites and make their knowledge attainable to those truly interested and dedicated to the Vocal Arts.

Let it be said that we all need this knowledge, because both singing and speaking use the same instrument; the abuse of either can also destroy it. Age is not a factor – old is young, broken will be fixed to be better than ever. The unnecessary use of vocal cord surgeries, Botox injections and steroids will be all but wiped out.

This work was originally indicated to serve the Jewish Community – Rabbis, Cantors, Singers, Actors, Entertainers, Yeshiva Students, Teachers etc. However, due to the increasing demand by the non-Jewish  community for this work and it’s teachings, the Author followed the directive  of the Lubavitcher Rebbe OBM that  it is our mission as Jews to be the “Lamplighters of the World”.

The book is available on the open world market .

Miriam Jaskierowicz Arman,,,

Miriam Jaskierowicz Arman
International Institute of Voice Development Ltd. Israel
Po Box 2101
Tiberias, Israel, 14104

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