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... with in everyday-life. By
not being employed directly at the school, I am not that close to the
students, but may perceive problems at the school, between principal
and teachers or teachers and students with a more distanced and from
a bird's view. Also, the centralised counselling centre guarantees my
independance and neutral point of view. So, there might be situations
in my job, when I also have to reflect the acting of a principal and
it's easier as I ...
... our eyes closed and birds calling their sunset chants around us as we laid back and basked in another unique and new experience.
The session started as the sun was setting, therefore taking us on a journey from day to night, with the sounds as our guides taking us out of our bodies and to allowing our minds to wander to places far away. It’s very difficult to describe this one, as sounds are hard to put into words, especially as we’ve not heard some ...
... are schools, which teach not to pass exams however still with the epicentre of the educational system on learning and knowledge, there are businesses who make a living producing products for the community here, and for sale outside of Auroville (we ate Auroville cheese in Goa and it was delicious!) People who live here need to be ‘inducted’ through a 2 year assessment programme, and property is not owned, but rights are given based on contributions to the society ...
... contemplative pieces on festive occasions. I just loved the very alive irregular tones of his play while daily passing his room. Once he started to struggle with cancer and being in big pain most of the time he did not have the strength—as he said—to give to the demanding instrument, but continue to tread the flute as one of his most precious possessions and companion. i had been with him over his last year and finally went with a friend to take him ...
... and a dozen other budding business and management masterminds.
Being left on my own, on the first day I decided to wander around the French quarter to get a feel for the place. I walked around the main park, past the must-see temple and into the local ashram but after seeing the sights of Udaipur etc it's hard to get excited about Pondicherry's offerings.
While I was walking along the promenade, I was asked for directions. Having only just arrived I was a bit ...