week. This past week was really intriguing.
him. We started our meeting at 11.00.
an free-lancer by choice and presently he is associated with an organization
proving his services in teaching and is in india for an Year. Originally from
Ukraine Sergey is well versed in Ukranian, Russian, English.
we were lucky to get a live demo on few asanas, which involve breathing and
diaphragm. Wow it was as one of us mentioned we natives do not learn or practice
Yoga and we are awed when a non-resident embraces and practices the ancient science
techniques with such ease.
an ardent student attending the rigorous course for 4 times. Pranayama has been
his mantra for a better vocal strength. He practices all these based on his
needs and necessities. Its as he rightly says that all the courses or technique
is not meant to cure or achieve a specific task – but it is to master and see
what does change in you.
with doubts and questions regarding all aspects of sergey’s experiences. Hats
off to sergey for patiently responding to all relevant/irrelevant and probing
questions. We bombarded so many questions that we were all experiencing the
thought process of sergey in each of his endeavors.
Srilanka, Taiwan, India, Ukraine, Russia, The explorer in our hearts were
screaming at us for a taste of adventure in a foreign land. The spark has been
well lit let us see how many of us will make it true. Let me summarize the rest
sickness: After a gap of many months we had a prepared speech by Pramod. He
always comes up with an excellent topic. This week was about bystander effect.
Which means that the greater the number of
bystanders, the less likely it is that any one of them will help. This
is inversely related. With providing specific examples on research and
corporate related incidents Pramod kept us hooked till the last word.