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Mediation for Unity and Peace

Following is the recording of session with Russian Singing Bells on African Land in International Zone - the land appointed for the Africa House / Pavilion of African Culture. After short introduction of bells by Vera and Ashesh to the participants, the whole session, which purpose was meditation for peace and unity, has developed and grown into its own special harmonious melody. Of course recordings are many times merely the pale reflection,  in which so often we cannot feel the special energy present in interaction at the time. Read more

Sunday, 10 February 2013
Indian Dance and Spirituality
Dr. Rekha Tandon, an Indian Classical dancer, presented an often forgotten similarity between yoga and dance, especially classical Indian, where both are exploratory forms in which we work through matter to find the spirit. As in yoga, the Indian classical dance poses are much about balancing the body, the spinal chord, and so the chakras. And as in the yogic chakra system, by practicing the Indian classical dance forms, a person can truly begin to experience the transition from matter to spirit.

Saturday, 11 February 2012
Sound journey

Aurelio arrived in Auroville after a long trip through the Pacific on the quest of the origin of Music. In this forty five minutes program he leads us from the ancestor's sound of clapping the hands on the legs, through the sound of stones till the more elaborate sound of metals or musical instruments without excluding the main musical instrument of man: voice. In the empty hall of Verite' the sounds find an echo. You can take the full journey consulting the broadcasting schedules.


Saturday, 05 July 2008

Jill Navar (US) has been an Aurovillian since 17 years. She has spent the last 30 years of her life involved with theater. Currently one of the members of CRIPA, The Center for Research in the Performing Arts, Jill hopes that one day all of Auroville takes great joy in connecting with art as it is expressed through music, dance and theater, and especially that the youth be able to see it as a creative expression worth respecting. mp3/2007_11_13_radio_program_magazine_english_jill_lite.mp3&totalTime=9:33

Wednesday, 14 November 2007