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When all else fails, is spirituality an Answer?

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Miriam Jaskierowicz Arman

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Many people think of spirituality as a cop out, a bunch of “hoopla,” and feel that religious behavior is outmoded, outdated. I certainly am not prepared to argue one way or the other. My book, ‘The Voice: A Spiritual Approach to Singing, Speaking and Communicating - the Kabbalah of the Voice,' is by no stretch a religiously-oriented book — it is deeply technical, with the conceptual knowledge that is totally physical.

Yet, there is the evident factor of spirituality, that few will admit to, but deep down inside relate to the unspoken; the need to hold on to something that is larger than we are. The voice is a spiritual connection and connector, and how to integrate that into the every-day mode of performing, in combination with the technical knowledge, is what I would like to tackle in this segment.

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