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Category Archives: Evolution

Marlenka's Experiences

Marlenka shares how and why she came to Auroville and her meeting with The Mother. She reveals what made her stay, and the activities she participated in during her time here. Having been affiliated with AurovilleRadio almost since its birth, on the Radio's 13th birthday she discusses her experience of working here.
Auroville has evolved through the years and Marlenka tells us the changes she thinks are most prominent. On the occasion of Auroville's 50th anniversary celebration in Delhi, she explains where Auroville should head next. She treasures the city and talks about what she loves about it the most, and what it means for her to be a true Aurovilian.

Auroville Then and Now

Paul Vincent, one of the pioneers of Auroville discusses his background and what made him come to Auroville with barely any money and no knowledge of the English language. Despite his initial difficulties he tells us what compelled him to stay and how he knew Auroville was the place for him. He guides us through the evolution of Auroville from its muddy, deserted landscape to the green and fertile land that we see. He reveals not only the environmental but also the political struggles that Auroville had to face to become the independent entity that it is today. However, he feels that Auroville has deviated from The Mother's vision and he elaborates on some of the main issues that Auroville is faced with. "Is That What Auroville Is?" is an important question that he asks the residents of Auroville.

Presenting Internships


For Shriya, our internship student from Dehli, was today her last day in Auroville, and at that occasion, and to say goodbye to her, we talked about her experience along with Ishana(who is still staying with us).
Shriya mentioned that none of the blogs she has read prior to coming, has not talk about the energy of the space, and if one wants to understand it, would need to stay here for longer period....
Ishana experience in life is not to expect too much in order not to be disappointed, but is amazed over the Auroville , which she sees as testament to sheer determination ; she met people who gave up "old" (material) life to come to AV to dedicate their life to a cause ...
Both are joyfully talking about their experiences in past month, and we can add that they were helpful, and also inspiring addition to our team.

How Do We Human’s Communicate

Professor Sehdev Kumar presented the second lecture titled "How Do We Human's Communicate" in a series of four called "The Human Journey Across the Ages, Ecology, Culture and The Self". The presentation gave some very interesting observations regarding social structure, language, and the huge leap of humanities evolution in the last two hundred years.


Comments: 0 Date: 21 Mar 2017

The Next Big Leap for Auroville

Frederick, one of the pioneers of Auroville talks about what pushed him to come to Auroville. He shares his memorable experience of meeting The Mother, and how it changed his life forever. He discusses what made him stay in Auroville and devote himself towards working for the betterment of the city. Ever since his arrival, he has been working ceaselessly on countless projects and he reveals what motivates him to continue pushing forward. He updates us on the happenings in Delhi on the occasion of Auroville's 50th anniversary, and explains what the next phase of growth is in the journey of Auroville. He thinks that Auroville is ready for a quantum leap, and he explains why he thinks so and in which direction the next big leap should be.

GM – Pump house and Youth Hive

On the 13th November 2017 a general meeting was held at the Unity Pavillion to try to resolve the issue between The Pump House community, The Youth Hive Project and Poppo.
The feeling from the meeting was the need in AV for the individual to get out of the way for the greater good, this is extremely important on an inner level too, so the Impersonal Consciousness can manifest into the physical realm, being intensely radiated through all sincere participants here in this divine experiment called Auroville.

What Makes Us who We are


Professor Sehdev Kumar presented the third lecture titled: "Nature /Nurture Debate?" in a series of four called “The Human Journey Across the Ages, Ecology, Culture and The Self”. In this Lecture Dr. Kumar has touched for 5000 years old controversial topic - what does come to us from the nature and what comes form the culture.

German Talks on Koguis Indians

In the name of progress, civilization ... lots of damage has been done on this planet.
German Zuluaga, a visitor from Colombia is on the quest to preserve millennium old civilization of indigenous people of Koguis Indians in Colobmia, in the area of La Sierra Nevada.
This morning we had an interesting bilingual conversation (Spanish and English) with German, Stella and Anandi on the topic of preservation of Koguis Indians, and what is actually important in one's life. German outlined spiritual outlook of Koguis Indians system of philosophy, beliefs... He conveys his personal story on happenstance in life that had leaded him to that sacred tribe of indigenous people , and their exclusively spiritual life.

VOX POP on Human Unity


What is human unity, how one's see it, try to live by it....
Following program is an interesting VOX POP on how random people understand, and practice human unity.

Jacob’s Ladder

Within month long series of lectures on Human Journey across the Ages, Ecology, Culture and The Self Prof. Sehdev Kumar shared last night at Unity Pavilion his last lecture with the title Jacob's Ladder:Where Must it Lead to? The Future of Man. In this last session he took a biblical story of Jacob's Ladder, and tried to explain how it was interpreted through times. Further he dwells into rapid development of past 100 years touching as well the Sri Aurobindo's thoughts and predictions.


Comments: 0 Date: 31 Mar 2017
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