city of Panaji –
and then quickly started following the agenda planned-
other had to then introduce his compatriot to the entire group, as if he’s
speaking on his behalf. The activity was suggested by Projot. Another challenge
of this activity was to remember all the things your partner has told you. So,
listening skills were also put to test.
our chest and tummy, we began to observe our breathing. Then, we tried to
breathe with our chest, and then with our tummy only. We practiced tummy
breathing for sometime, and discussed it’s significance in good communication
and management of blocks.
started with bouncing (5 times, 3 times), followed by Easy Onset and block
correction (pre/in/post) techniques. In between we also tried to bring some
humour with the sentences which we used for practice. In the end, we discussed
about the challenges of implementing these practices in real speaking
Mi Me Ma Mo Mu…
Hath Jagannath. Some of us tried it on the consonants with which we had
problems. It was also evident from this exercise that Rajan had a good singing
maintaining eye-contact. We practiced eye-contact and also discussed it’s
significance. Everyone contributed with their opinions and suggestions.
two games – Two truths and a Lie, and Forming the story. Both the games brought
in a lot of cheers and the story forming activity gave rise to a very
interesting story with funny twists and turns.
casual discussion. Rajan and Harish shared some moments of Coorg. We then asked
Rajan few questions about Vipassana, and he shared his experiences with the
around the city, we also celebrated our stammering in our own pleasant way, to
go home wearing a smile…