Training Concepts : Waterbowl Colouring [Worthy Read]



What is this?

Hi folks, this is so simple all you need is a glass bowl, some water colours with brushes and a glass of water. Just these are my tools to explain so many things about life and one’s personality! What? Some of you may grab the idea, some may be guessing how and even a few may find me crazy! Well I mostly walk in to my workshops with this “Waterbowl Colouring“.

Back on my mind

My mind wanders so curious on a look out for crazy ideas for my workshops. Soon I end up in finding something so common we do in our daily life but miss to grab some perspectives to learn from it. Especially when it comes to orienting students on the Visionary thinking, Social Responsibility and Teamwork, I typically use this “Waterbowl Colouring” which will be amusing for the participants to do…

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Burning Hut


The only survivor of a shipwreck was washed up on a small, uninhabited island. He prayed feverishly for God to rescue him, and every day he scanned the horizon for help, but none seemed forthcoming. Exhausted, he eventually managed to build a little hut out of driftwood to protect him from the elements and in which to store his few possessions.

But then one day, after scavenging for food, he arrived home to find his little hut in flames, the smoke rolling up to the sky. The worst had happened; everything was lost. He was stunned with grief and anger. “God, how could you do this to me!” he cried. Early the next day, however, he was awakened by the sound of a ship that was approaching the island. It had come to rescue him.

The weary man asked his rescuers: “How did you know I was here?”

They replied: “We saw your smoke signal.”

It is easy to get discouraged when things are going bad. But we shouldn’t lose heart, because God is at work in our lives, even in the midst of pain and suffering. Remember, the next time your little hut is burning to the ground — it just may be the smoke signal that summons the grace of God.


Significance of difficulties by Paulo Coelho


A man made a promise to carry a cross to the top of a mountain if a certain wish of his was satisfied.

God granted him what he asked for.

He had the cross made, and set out on his climb. After a few days he found that the cross weighed more than he had reckoned. He borrowed a saw to cut off a good section of the wood. On reaching the top of the mountain he noted that, separated by a gulf, there was another mountain.

Over on the other side, everything was peace and tranquility, but he needed a bridge to get over there.

He tried to use the cross-but it was a bit too short.

And then he realized that the piece he had cut off was exactly what was missing to enable him to cross the abyss.



Dream by Antonio Gedeao



“They do not know that the dream is a constant in life. They do not know that the dream is  wine, it’s fizz, it’s yeast. It’s an eager and vivacious small animal  with a pointy nose that pries through everything in a perpetual motion. They do not know that the dream is a canvas and colour and  brush. They do not know nor even dream that dream commands life. When a man or woman dreams, the world leaps and moves forward like a colourful ball in the hands of a child.”


From Portuguese poem “Pedra filosofal” by Antonio Gedeao

Emotional Economy by Dan G.


When someone dumps their toxic feelings on us- explodes in anger or threats, shows disgust or contempt-they activate in us circuitry for those very same distressing emotions. Their act has potent neurological consequences, emotions are contagious. We catch strong emotions much as we do a rhinovirus-and so can come down with the emotional equivalent of cold. The speed differential between these two systems- the instant emotional one is several times faster in brain time than the more rational one-allows us to make snap decisions that we might later regret or need to justify. By the time the low road has reacted, sometimes all the high road can do is make the best of things. As the science fiction writer Robert Heinlein wryly wrote- Man is not a rational animal, but a rationalising one.