Notes taken from the Alumni Oral History Project
From The Aiglon Meditation, an Anthology (1989)
I have many times been asked for an explanation of the Aiglon Meditation, why we have them and how we conduct them.
The Meditation takes the place of morning prayers or morning assembly in other schools.
I regard it as the centre of the life of the school, and the point from which its whole character and sense of purpose stems.
(Continued in The Aiglon Meditation)