There is a calling to the world. Are you ready for a soul led journey of consciousness into a new awakening of spiritual and insightful realms? Then get ready to join in the journey. Boipelo is a spiritual practitioner,facilitator, artist and mechanical engineer,driven by a vision to lead a pathway if ultimate freedom and abundance. A vision possible with positive change through the art of self-transformation
“The beauty of life and the endless ways and possibilities in which we can co-create along with it motivate me every day” ______Boipelo
“Boipelo Matlhare, a spiritual practitioner who channels energies from all elements into healing paths and self-produces monthly moonsongs in Setswana as an expression of life's mystic revelations is a gold gem of Afrika.”_________ Baba Buntu
Her work is an enlightening foundation of the treasured continent of Africa with its cosmology, rooted in indigenous knowledge systems. Boipelo’s expression of poetry and music, music design as well as Kemetic yoga, is a quest to promote well being and healing
Her growth is rooted in an awakened ability to listen and receive accurate guidance, tap into an ‘indwelling divine healing wisdom’….connecting and uniting all of us.
In 2010 a special invitation arrived for her performance at Sudan 365, a marked event of Global beat for Peace in Sudan campaign that was held in Johannesburg in conjunction with Human Rights Institute of South Africa .
Infectious callings continued to roll in and she blessed many performance platforms thereafter.
- Go Play the World Sessions, Dubai (2014 – 2019)
- World Cultural Diversity Festival, Johannesburg (2014)
- Ratha Yatra Festival, Pretoria (2012 – 2013)
With City of Tshwane civil society environmental activist group
- My Planet My Choice – Courageous Conversations, Johannesburg (2013)
- My Planet My Choice – COP17 Conference, Durban (2012)
- 1st Music and Yoga Therapy class @ the Skills Village Mandela Day adopt a school celebration (2013)
- Free Minds Festival, Kimberley (2010 – 2011)
- Sudan 365 – Global beat for peace in Sudan campaign (2010)
- Fashionable Hip Hop Sessions, Pretoria (2009)
Her treasured double debut music project that was innovatively self-released in September 2018 includes Moonsongs Volume1: Songs for seeing your dreams through and Ba Ra Song: Songs for crystal clarity
Meet #CreatePreneurAfrica BOIPELO leading Africa on a ‘MOONSONG’ escapade into new beginnings
Tell us what drives you?
I’m driven by the knowing that the ability to experience great freedom, abundance and joy is possible for not some but all of us.
What is your true passion in life?
My true passion is song-writing for self-transformation and positive change.
How did you find your passion and how old were you?
I was inspired by a friend, a poet I met when I was 12 years old. I’d written poems in primary school before that I’d then not yet connected to on an emotional level. I went through a lot of trauma towards the end of primary school and early parts of high school. Writing became a way of releasing pent up heavy emotions and transforming them into something that brought me joy. I also back then struggled to relate to lyrics with negative messaging and would often find myself confused as to why so many artists weren’t using music to it’s full potential
What about your passion appeals to you?
The ability that we have to tap into an indwelling divine wisdom that heals, guides and connects us all appeals the most to me.
What drove you to make money from your passions?
Art and Music have always been more than a passion for me and I have because of this always been inclined to finding ways and channels of how one can make money doing them. Attending music business events and understanding the different revenue channels available for artists have also been a strong source of motivation knowing that the world is changing for the better and that there will always be new ways and possibilities to innovate and create wealth as a creative.
When was the first time you were paid for your passion?
In 2010 when I was invited by the Human Rights Institute of South Africa to play at the Sudan 365: Day of Global Beat for Peace. This was an event held in 15 countries urging world leaders to take urgent diplomatic steps to prevent a return to conflict in Sudan, leading up to the 2011 referendum.
What kept you going when you thought about giving up?
I’ve given up many times. I now see this as a time to check out in order to re-group. What’s motivated me to keep going is my need to heal, and the desire to see my creations as a tangible legacy for future generations to use and have access to rather than ideas in my mind or in my songbooks.
What motivates you every day to be even more successful?
The beauty of life, nature and the endless ways and possibilities in which we can co-create along with this greatness motivate me to do better each day.
What do you have to say to all of the people who doubted you?
Not understanding someone’s point of view does not deem it invalid. Staying curious and inquisitive rather than judgmental makes our experiences so much more richer.
What advice do you give to aspiring creatives who look up to you?
Dedicate yourself to finding who you are and what differentiates you. Something about you that no-one in the world could imitate even if they tried to. Once you’re there commit to that vision.