Travel at Aarohi means GROWING. Each travel at Aarohi has a story and this was no different.
If you are travelling from the campus for the first time - keep a day or two to understand the whole dynamics of travelling including - which train, what all stations, timings, understand travel from camps to railway station, expected expenses, budgeting, informing parents about the routes and details...and the whole process takes from few hours to few days (depending your exposure and willingness to explore new).
Someone asked " so what about positive space?" We say it's only a Space and that's all - no negative, no positive. Just a simple space.
Someone asked so how come anger? We say it's all around us. No negative or positive emotions, all are just emotions and flow within us, changes every second.
Someone enquired "but what about dealing with fear"? We say we don't need to deal with fear, we only need to understand. Fear does need to be ashamed of, we don't need to overcome fear, we only need to understand fear.
The thought of OPEN TO ALL, brings people from all walks of life to Aarohi - Each space is different yet so same. Each person is same, yet so different. Paolo, 43yrs, a graphic designer, from Peru, worked in advertising agencies as an art director and creativity, a teacher of advertising and graphic design, an actor, acted in TV series, theatre play, and movies in Perú. Also worked as a hotel manager in Cusco... and finally reached Aarohi to explore self, and India.
Someone said "just three days in this week"! After the break week we began our sixth term on Wednesday, that left only three days at campus.
Well, the three day week began with term planning. Pondering over - What interests to fire, what to leave and what to continue. What to explore new and try new and what to continue. What about self and social life? How about family time? And that was the beginning of our term at the campus.
The spark began with planning and we forgot that it was just three days!
Family Satsang...families coming together with the need of deeper social connection through some activity of mutual interest. This Family Satsang was no different. We met, we traveled together and we pondered on “religion”.
Sleeper Bus, Fun, Togetherness, Families, children, parents, grandparents, seat allocation, Night travel, humpty dumpty roads, sleepless night, laughing and laughing for nothing - was all about the travel.