Posts Tagged ‘Mental Health’

Lazy Sunday Afternoon

Mellow playlist of mostly jazz pieces for a lazy Sunday afternoon featuring many known names from the realm of music

tracklist
Thinkin’ about your body – Bobby McFerrin
Day is done – Charlie Hunter feat. Norah Jones
Comes love – Alice Ricciardi
Sweet Honey Bee – Duke Pearson
So in love – Julie London
The sweetest sounds – Nancy Wilson
St. James Infirmary – Lou Rawls
Whole lotta love – Tina Turner
Save the children – Gil Scott-Heron
Hidden – Buscemi
Blue Juice – Jimmy McGriff
Our loves here to stay – Teddy Edwards & Les McCann
For corners – Digable Planets
Shangri-la – Donald Byrd
Red Clay – Freddie Hubbard
Maiden Voyage – Herbie Hancock
Lazy Afternoon – Pete La Roca

Manisha Joshi gives Recital

Last night at Bhavishyate, Bharat Nivas, Pavilion of India visiting guest artist from Mumbai Manisha Joshi gave a beautiful classical Hindustani music recital. Later her students joined her on the stage, and we had a chance to hear a fusion of Celtic flute music with Indian tradition.
Event was organised by Bharatnivas Cultural Coordination Group

Manisha Joshi is a singer based in Mumbai, learning music from her childhood; she has been trained under Sri Madhukar Khadilkar, Sri Raghunandan Panshikar and now Srimati Devaki Pandit. Both her Gurus are disciples of Padma Vibhushan Ganasaraswati
Kishori Amonkar. She
learnt nuances of light music from Pandit Yashwantdeo Dev and her husband Milan Joshi, also a singer and musiccomposer. Manisha works as professional singer in Mumbai lending her voice for Marathi film playbacks, jingles, music shows and concerts of Hindustani and light music. Teaching is her passion and she is happy to be volunteering as a music teacher during her present course of her stay in Bharatnivas.

Unani Medicine

This morning we had an interesting conversation with Dr. Amina Ather who is visiting Auvorille just for couple of days. During her stays she is giving workshop at SLI to women of rural Tamil Nadu. Her knowledge and rich experience are empowering women wherever she goes.

From the web:
Dr. Amina Ather , Presently working as Scientific Director, TSM (Traditional System of Medicine), Medizin Park Ruhr, Dusseldorf, Germany. Done her Bachelors in Unani medicine and Surgery,MD (Pharmacology – Clinical trial with single herb of Unani medicine, PhD ( Empowerment of Muslim women through green pharmacy) and MCA (masters of computer Application) . She Has been nominated for guinness book of records for creating database of medicinal plants from 12 countries and recoding photography digital source. Has been working in the field of TCAM since 2001 , has been awarded by ford foundation to create 24 entrepreneurs from zakat money . Has covered more than 700 schools and 300 villages in india and around the world on educating women in health education , she has 17 patents of herbals cosmetic products with halal certification , and 2 from FDA . At present she is working with Medizin Park Ruhr , Castrop Rauxel , Dusseldorf , Germany as scientific director for TCAM to develop opportunities for TCAM fraternity in academics , research and training in Europe with the support of EMA and EPMA (European Medical Association and Association for predictive preventive and personalized medicine).She would be the first unani physician to start her practice in Europe as a physician with the support of MPR.


Comments: 0 Date: 11 Nov 2016

GM on Economy, CAT

Today at Shadana Forest at 7.15pm we are invited for a talk with the Author of ” Farewell, little Mess” Nitza Skolnick.

RAS invites on Tuesday. 8th of November at 4.30 pm at SAIIER Conference Hall to a General Meeting with the topic on Auroville’s Economy: Where Are We?

CAT – Create Auroville Together first Meeting 15th of November from 4.30pm onward at UP.

On Friday 11th of November at 7.30pm at : Bhavishyate, Bharat Nivas, Presents Manisha Jsohi (Visiting Guest Artist, Mumbai)with Indian Classical Music Recital.

In all is the one Self, the one Divine is all; all are in the Divine, all are the Divine and there is nothing else in the universe, — this thought or this faith is the whole background until it becomes the whole substance of the consciousness of the worker.

Sri Aurobindo
The Synthesis of Yoga

Between East and West

Featuring musicians from different corners of  Balkan
Gibonni, Oliver Dragojevic, Toni Cetinski, Zeljko Joskimovic and Tose Proeski (recently was anniversary of his death on 16th of October 2007)….
tracklist

Oliver & Gibonni – Sreca
Gibonni – Onako, od oka
Tony Cetinski-Kad zena zavoli.
Tose Proeski – Cija si
Tos?e Proeski & Gianna Nannini – Aria
Toni Cetinski Zena nad zenama
Gibonni Mirakul
Zeljko Joksimovic & Toni Cetinski – Zabluda
Gibonni – Libar
Tose Proeski – Zena Balkanska
Miso Kontrec – Zaigrajte mi cigani
Tose Proeski – Igra bez granica
Gibonni Cinim pravu stvar


Comments: 0 Date: 23 Oct 2016

Jazz Cafe

“Return of our American Brothers” was the working title of last night concert at Visitor’s Centre and was put together with enthusiastic energy of Amando and Dhani. ….and others.
Three sets of musicians with different musical styles, starting with Edo’s Band rendering some classical rock pieces, Amando and Dhani with Peter on drums continued in it but at the last set jazz lovers came on their expense.
In this one we heard Dhani on guitar, Shanks on guitar and trumpet, Matthew on saxophone, Rolf on bass, Shakti on piano and Suresh on drums.
We know that we have some great “home” musicians which has been proven over and over but last night went even higher that that. Amazing

kudos to Matthia for sound

‘What is Health?’

Centre for International Research for Human Unity (CIRHU) started ‘Aurovilian Conversations’. a series of weekly reflections (not formal debates or lectures) on various subjects of human and societal growth and development.

The conversation held on 6 Sep (thursday) 2016 at CIRHU, TownHall of Auroville on ‘What is Health?’ is an interesting and enthusiastic subject discussed by students, interns, new comers and people of Auroville.

Linda Grace, from Sante (Intergral Health Services of Auroville) has chaired the discussion and she spoke on the importance of ‘health and consciousness in todays’s world. She emphasized mainly on the self-interest and self-reliance of an individual to keep up once health and therefore look for sustainable and divine living.

The three pillars which shape the well-being of an individual and tune into a healthy life are described by Linda Grace. They are, Mental Health, Social Wellness and Private/personal time for oneself.

Members of CIRHU: Giacomo, Luigi and other visitors and students have participated in the discussion.


Comments: 0 Date: 12 Oct 2016

Calypso in Early Years

Today’s musical edition features tracks from Cyril Diaz, The Mighty Sparrow, Lord Invader & His Calypso Rhythm Boys, Mighty Dougla, Round Table Knights Vs Bauchamp and more …. Carlos Malcom , the father of reggae, and more. Calypso is a style of Afro-Caribbean music that originated in Trinidad and Tobago during the early to mid 20th century. Its rhythms can be traced back to West African Kaiso and the arrival of French planters and their slaves from the French Antilles in the 1600s.
The music, which drew upon African and French influences, became the voice of the people, and was characterized by highly rhythmic and harmonic vocals, which was most often sung in a French creole and led by a griot.

tracklist
Cyril Diaz & His Orchestra – Voodoo
Young Tiger – Calypso Be
Mighty Dougla .- Exchange No Robbery
CHARLIE BINGER & HIS QUARTET – Jamaica Is The Place To Go
Dandy Crawford – Matilda Matilda
Lord Kitchener, London Is the Place for Me
Young Tiger – I Was There (At the Coronation)
Azie Lawrence & Carib Serenaders – West Indians In England
Lord Creator – Independent Jamaica
Carlos Malcom & His Afro Jamaican Rhythm – Elena
John Buddy Williams Band – Saturday Night Blowout
Mighty Bomber – Mamaguy
Lord Nelson – King Liar
Small Island Pride- Taxi Driver
Lord Creator – Kingston Town
Carlos Malcolm & his
afro jamaican rhythms – Skaman
Count Lasher and His Calypso Quintet – Perfect Love [10
inch]
Don Drummond –
ovellanegra.
The Mighty Sparrow- Congo Man
Baron – Feeling It

Rare Roots, Reggae Gems

Jesse King aka Dubmatix mix – Rare Roots, Reggae Gems
This upload features tracks from Dennis Hamilton, Cultural Roots, Billy Joe Morga, PSALMS, Dennis Brown + Ranking Joe and more.

Dubmatix having imprinted his name in the minds of reggae fans Worldwide with his debut release Champion Sound Clash in 2004, the Toronto-born producer is now firmly established as one of the top reggae producers worldwide – with four award-winning, chart-topping releases, that includes the 2009 JUNO Nominated “Renegade Rocker”, “System Shakedown” and the 2010 JUNO Award Win for Best Reggae Recording plus International acclaim and a list of collaborations that include some of reggae’s most influential legends such as the late Alton Ellis (The Godfather of Rocksteady), The Mighty Diamonds, Michael Rose, Horace Andy, U Roy and many more.

Open Roda

Capoeira group Ginga Saroba with Professor Samuka da India e Alunos yesterday at sunset celebrated autumnal equinox by open roda at the entrance of Mahalkshmi park.

info

www.http://ginga-saroba.com/


Comments: 0 Date: 24 Sep 2016
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