Another one at Lal Bagh: Bangalore SHG meeting on 21st feb 2016

Sunny day started well with plans to attend SHG after a week
gap. Unfortunately, the meeting venue was shifted from Cubbon Park to  Lal Bagh due to a Carnival at Brigade Road. We
started at around 10:30 am due to chaos due to changes in venue, but all ended
well with peace and sharing.
15  people attended the meeting-  Swarnalatha, Prathibha, Jonali, Me (Mansi), Soma, Shobhit, Akash, Kavish, Sid, Teja, Avnish, Bharat, Sudhanshu, Nishil and Rajesh.

To start with, we didnt have introduction round like we
normally do. It was a Chaos again, more of an organized one, because Akash (Our
coordinator) didnt want people to sleep in between talks. So the idea was to randomly
merge Introduction, Impromptu Speeches, Prepared Speeches and songs.
 And Akash would randomly pick anyone of us and ask him/her to give
intro/impromptu /prepared speech. We were nervous, who’s gonna be next? Well in
a way, it was good, as the situation mimicked the real life situations we
confront.  
Prepared Speeches included-
1. Empowering Mind- Soma talked nicely about the ideas as to
how to empower the mind for happy journey of life.
2. Stock Marketing- Jonali was in full form today and spoke
beautifully about Stock marketing.
3. Forgiveness- I spoke about Forgiveness, its consequences
and practices in psychology, followed by a short activity.
4. Sid, with his confident voice and empowering gestures,
spoke about issues at JNU.
5.  Human Voice- This
was the best speech according to me, given by Bharat. He spoke about all the
bad habits we have when it comes to speaking (gossiping, judging, negativity,
complaining, lying, blaming etc) and how we can change everyone;s perception
just by changing these bad habits into good ones such as honesty, authencity,
integrity and love.
6. Sudhanshu spoke about computing group. Well i dont
understand computing so very well so…
Impromptu speeches included random topics such as Love,
friendship, anger, intolerance, importance of tattoo, hobbies, nature etc.
In all the action, we got emotional because of an act of
Mime performed by Teja, which focussed on a story of two friends, one mature
and one innocent (as per his words).

We also got suggestions by few of the group members about
using techniques such as bouncing and prolongation during speeches.

The meeting ended with sharing round, where few people
shared their hearts out- both good and bad, with suggestions from rest of the
team. We ended the session with photographs.   

3 Comments

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  1. Dhruv Gupta 3 years ago

    Wonderful…nice to see Bharat and Kavish…

  2. Jonali 3 years ago

    Nice Report!! Mansi.

  3. admin 3 years ago

    Nice report….
    Missed the fun…

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