Arvind Gupta is an Indian toy inventor and popularizer of science for kids. Creating simple toys out of trash and everyday goods, he illustrates principles of science and design in a memorably hands-on fashion. He works at the Children’s Science Centre in Pune, India.
I never use props of any kind (e.g. costumes, red noses, funny hats…) in my Laughter Yoga sessions as those tend to keep people anchored in their critical mind. I see more value in empowering people to feel good about themselves as they are, without having to use anything else.
Having said that there are times when I do use props in the context of special events because these can be tremendously entertaining. The only request though is that people have make up their own “costume” or “embellishment” with everyday items that they already have (that way nobody has to spend any money).
Here is an example of what people come up with when asked to be creative with toilet paper. It is awesome!
The following list was compiled by master funsmith Bernie DeKoven and is a summary of what his wife Rocky and himself do to have more fun in their relationship (they have been married for over 45 years). I had the privilege of meeting both of them a few months ago in New Mexico and they were still in love & simply inspiring to be with.