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... by Dr. Ramalingam, allowed me to experience the
counselling system available to students in an Indian school. I got a
chance to meet an Indian counselling psychologist, Mr. Kumaran and to
get an impression of his counselling sessions and interactions. Mr.
Kumaran works directly at the school and has a personal relationship
with the students, teachers and the principal. He showed me some
tests that he uses and I found some parallels to my work, like ...
... the pictures. When we asked to see the room, there was no shower just water and a bucket, no wifi even Ray couldn't receive 3G on his cell. In the corners of the room there were mothballs, to keep the cockroaches away. Holes in the wall and a blanket that wasn't enough to cover one person. But we were lucky we had ac. We tried to find other hotels but they were all full. ...
... ears must have pricked up at the sound of this guy’s new ideas. One of these followers, or disciples was a lady who later became known as “the mother” The mother was a compassionate and compelling lady and after sometime she, together with a group of her closest followers persuaded the Indian government to allow the purchase of the land that is now Auroville with the aim of setting up a social experiment, a totally new system of being where people would come and ...
... staff only and watched the affluent, hip Chennai crowds spend their hard-earned money in overpriced "French" bistros and bars, after which I gave in to the temptation and had a good beef steak and Kama - disappointing shrimps - in a plush, snobby patio restaurant - making it this trip's most expensive grub so far at €14 total (and preceded by the record-breaking croissant breakfast at €8) ...we enjoyed a weird dessert called Halva trio, consisting of ...
... Aurelio told me most of the following account of the travels and journeys of the Kono Gyokusan shakuhachi:
Vitthal was born in Ireland and his father was in the business of race horses. The kind called “trotters” that pull a two wheel cart and rider. He worked also in Europe and the family moved to Germany and when the WW2 got serious, his father shifted the family to Holland where Vithal went to school. Vithal then went to France for medical school ...