Mickey Mouse in Morelia, Mexico
by Krpasundarananda

Krpasundarananda is a Meditation teacher with Ananda Marga and has been a Monk since 1991. His first assignment was in Australia, then he was transferred to New Zealand where he worked for more than eight years teaching meditation at the universities, renovating a meditation center, organizing yoga weekends and setting up (and renovating) a retreat center. Then in 2000 he was transferred to Africa where he started to make newsletters like what is posted below. Though his main job is to teach meditation and help people to realize their spiritual goals, in many cases people don't have the minimum necessities of life, so social service has become important. As his background is engineering and he always had an interest in construction and alternative energy, he got involved with alternative building through an article someone forwarded him about Nader Kalili. In the last few years he has built many domes in different places around the world.

Clearing the land for the dome

Continuing work on the dome in Morelia.

Testing samples of the mix for the domes.
The first layer.

We should get sponsorship from Disney Land...
Mickey Mouse is easy to recognize. Oops, they may charge us royalties.
Morelia Master Unit in Mexico
Lizard hiding between the layers of the wall

Back to Morelia, Mexico where a completely overgrown half finished dome is waiting for a few more layers... The weeds definitely grow a lot faster than our dome.

Actually more than a few layers done.

Yes, it's done... not the dome... that's to be continued in 2007...


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