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The first step was understanding who is Amma. I get it like she is Jesus, or God, or something like that. I watched a movie about her early years in life, and it way showing that she has always been connected to God Krishna for her , then started helping many people in her village until doing a miracle and being recognised as someone very special.
Now she has hundreds of thousands of followers who go all crazy about their guru and sing devotional songs and wash her feet and run after her when she walks around. People talk about energy, different dimensions, the vibrational energy of this place apparently high and angels. The most interesting is that all the people I meet say the same kind of things. I compare my mind to a monkey in its monkey tree. My monkey is very happy on its branch. But one day, the leaves get blown off the monkey tree, and my monkey suddenly realises there are many higher branches where other monkey seem to be very high.
With my daily yoga and meditation practise, I am starting to open up and feel things, like energy in my hands and a vast nice emptiness when my monkey mind dares shutting up in meditation.
See you then! Becoming local celebrities at a university festival… I spent most of this last month in another campus near Coimbatore. Going to a local beach The beach was nice, the pervy staring not so much… One day, we decided to go out and have a swim at the nearest local beach: Dolphin Beach. I made a hand! Staying in an Indian campus I was supposed to go to Ettimadai, near Coimbatore, for a couple of days to a week to complete my prototype and testing.
Travelling with Simona was loads of fun on the train! Yay, we had pizza! And it was COLD! So cool! Our new friend Deekshita doing a henna tattoo on my hand! I tried to wrap my saree myself: not easy! Cooking noodles, Indian style! With nothing else to do, I also learnt a few new ukulele songs! I taught a girl how to play while the train was stuck in the middle of nowhere!
Back to Amritapuri! I had loads of things I still wanted to do before my departure, but unfortunately, I got sick… One morning, I woke up with some terrible stomach cramps. Getting dressed up by a full team of professional saree fitters. These girls are awesome! Our hostel has 2 of these kind of wings on either side, and in rows from A to H. Basically, we feel like students are treated as children here. A sample of hostel rules.
Comfort, or rather the lack of The hostel rooms are very basic. What you can expect from your hostel room. Yeah, sometimes the bugs we get are pretty rad. Edit: once again, cut out some unnecessary complaints. Currycurrycurrycurrycurrycurrycurrycurry You name it. The first meal we got on this campus was delicious, but we never had fruits ever since. It was funny to notice that when the temperature drops, Indian pull out their puffer jackets.
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That day, we were so happy to feel cool! Girls and guys were casually hanging out and dancing together. As usual, the guys were allowed to stay outside and have fun later in the evening. Seriously, not even this website about Open Source licensing? While Simona was interviewing this old man he is years old! Here she shows the henna tattoos on her hands, which looks way more colourful than ours we had done last week!
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This naughty boy managed to sneak up to my camera and stick his finger on the lens. But anyway, the pictures are worth the annoyance! Even in rural India you can get photobombed when having your picture taken in front of your house. When we started taking pictures, they called in all their friends and siblings for a group picture!
On our way back, the babies were back in their classroom, all aligned, eating their lunch surprisingly cleanly with their hands. Even though I miss most of them, the sunsets are still really nice over here. Project Time in Coimbatore One month after starting my project, the designing session was over, and we started production. With my Ricycle bike and manufacturer after our first 4 days of work.
The campus in Ettimadai near Coimbatore is surrounded by mountains and has a friendlier atmosphere than Amritapuri. It is also cooler in the evenings and has less mosquitoes, which is also enjoyable. One great thing about the Coimbatore campus is the Swimming pool… until dozens of kids jump into the water for training along the width of the swimming pool.
The Ashram swimdress also makes training more intense! We were lucky to attend the Odissi dance performance at uni. The dancer was also very pedagogic and explained the meanings of movements and songs. Ashram Life Since Amma has gone, the Ashram is calmer, there are less people around but also less activities and shops closed most of the time. One day, a colleague from the lab invited me to have a dinner he cooked in the lab, from Northern India.
The Ashram is sometimes like a zoo… after rats, pigeons and crows in my room, cockroaches, ants and millipedes crawling all around, here is a snake found just outside the building. Houseboat in Alleppey With 3 other girls from the Ashram, we decided to take 2 days off from spiritual life and go on a houseboat tour.
Justine, Lise, Teresa and I, enjoying the cruise. How great to find ourselves in a girls group on the backwaters! Beach time in Varkala Another escape from the Ashram, just a few days ago, was to the beach in Varkala. Simona and a gigantic jellyfish. Loads of them were washed up on the beach, and many others stinged us while we were swimming.
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