Zohara Rotem is a Pianist, Educator, Suzuki Teacher Trainer, Speaker and Soul Purpose Guide™.
The Souloist podcast brings you uplifting conversations about music, soul, life and many things in between. Inspired by years of studying music and soul, shamanism and archetypes, psychology and spirituality, Zohara shares her unfiltered truths with warmth, humour, authenticity and love.
“When someone shares their Soul with you, it assists you to see your own Soul in a new light”
#16. Prima Materia - New Matter
A raw, unprepared, unfiltered conversation about experiences that create newness of being, every day of our life.
"Dot Dot Dot"
In the presence of mystery, we experience authenticity.
Living in the present moment can transfer us to another place. This is not necessarily distraction, it is letting the flow explore us (or us explore the flow).
Woody Allen once said: “if you want to make God laugh, tell him about your future plans...”
It can be scary to live from this place, so we pretend that we can control and plan our lives. In these unprecedented times, we are invited to live from soul.
Art, music, journaling, nature, poems, dreams – the language of soul.
If we could start the day attending to soul (instead of watching news or social media) we’ll find connection with eternity.
To learn more about coming events join our mailing list: https://www.zohararotem.com/living-from-soul.html
# 15. SuzukiCast: In Praise of Praise
"We need to feel like we are on the right track, especially when we step into unfamiliar territories."
I use the word "praise" here as:
an expression of appreciation;
a way to commend, to congratulate and honour;
as acknowledgement and recognition;
as a tool for encouragement and support;
to inspire confidence and foster growth.
why do we praise?
Is praise always positive?
Is there a harmful praise?
Listen to this episode of "The Souloist" on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.
The music is " Prelude and Berceuse", Shinichi Suzuki's favourite composition, performed by Shinichi Suzuki, Nagoya, 1970.
# 14. Why we are here
Why are we here at this time , at this place?
What are these times calling us for?
# 13. Announcing the addition of new stream of the Souloist podcast
Announcing a new stream of the Souloist podcast -The SuzukiCast.
This podcast will cover Suzuki Talent Education Topics.
For teachers, parents and anyone who is interested in the Suzuki Way.
#12. Zkenim, Nashim Vataf
On old people, Women and Children.
When will we embrace who we are?
We are coming in myriads of colours. A rainbow of us.
We are different BUT equal.
An observation into stages in life, and how society deals with it.
# 11. on Imagination
Imagination is needed now more than ever, to birth a new world.
Welcome your children’s imagination. Allow your own imagination.
The domain of imagination is free for all and has no expiry date.
"Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution."
A new course for Suzuki teachers is starting on 16 August, Australia time, (15 august USA time). This is a course on Parent Education. Parent education for teachers. It’s created for Suzuki teachers but if you are a teacher who wants to learn about how to work with parents of your students -as partners in the learning process, you are most welcome to join us. REGISTRATION IS OPEN NOW https://www.zohararotem.com/teachers-course.html.
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Inspiring words on Creativity
I love the thoughts on the creative process. It is so important just to be able to play, not always to be “practicing.” My Dad was the one who would just sit and listen to me play, while my mother helped me practice. She missed out on something special that Dad gave me, but of course I needed both of them to do what they did for me as a child. You talk about the same parent being able to do both, and with mindful awareness, it is possible.
Oh. Dear Zohara. Your podcasts are my soul food. My nourishment as I dig under the surfaces (physical and psychical) that this virus has provided the time to allow. Thank you from my heart.
A Wise Contemplative Voice
I so appreciate hearing your voice Zohara, a voice of wisdom and depth in a world where, too often it seems like shallowness is celebrated as the pinnacle of being successful or indeed satisfied.
You pausing to give careful consideration of the moments that matter, invites me to pause with you.