Friday, 14 October 2016

Relaxing and Reflecting in the Gardens of the Imagination

If you have ever stood at the door of the music room, looking across to the large window out into the world, you will probably have noticed the gardens of the imagination.  Those gardens are exclusively accessible to Mozarty Party members.


The music room itself is soon likely to be accessible only for persons participating in rehearsals.  Auditions are continuing in the little private theatre whenever it is available for such purposes.


The gardens of the imagination can be glimpsed whilst researching in the main digital archive.  Even the archive is likely to be exclusively accessible to Mozarty Party members and other distinguished researchers over the coming months.

It is possible to peer into the gardens of the imagination during explorations through the current main science studio, particularly during a peer review.  However, only Mozarty Party members, other sensibly scientific persons and members of the Nilkawtian peerage are likely to have access to that science studio in the months ahead.

Whilst enjoying the grounds for gracious causes, it is sometime possible to see and smell and even hear the gardens of the imagination through the trellises and terraces, but only when suitably attentive.

If you have had the privilege of spending any time observing the administrative and curatorial offices in and around Villa Twaklinilkawt, you may have noticed members of staff gazing out of the windows, seemingly oblivious to your presence.  They will have usually been doing so to gain inspiration from the gardens of the imagination below.

Most of the administrative and curatorial offices are now out of bounds to ordinary visitors, and even to most Mozarty Party members.  Fortunately, Mozarty Party members are unlikely to miss out on any beautiful views.

For anyone wishing to learn about the design and maintenance of the gardens of the imagination, it is possible to participate in a course on the subject in the original training pavilion.  Places are limited and priority is given to Mozarty Party members.

Whilst reading the official history of Villa Twaklinilkawt, you are invited to think about your own gardens of the imagination in the context of time and space and life and relationships.  You can improve the design of your own gardens of the imagination whilst enjoying a few days and nights in a creativity cabin.  Most of those cabins are exclusively available to Mozarty Party members.

Most courses associated with the International Training Centre for the Harmonious Interplay of Beauty, Understanding and Magnificence are designed to enhance the imagination.  Those courses can therefore enhance many gardens, too.

Free tutorials have long been offered to ordinary members of the public through the International Training Centre's presence in and beyond Villa Twaklinilkawt.  You may have expressed your gratitude for such enlightenment whilst exploring the copyright grounds and the public domain parklands.

Mozarty Party members spend much time relaxing and reflecting in the gardens of the imagination.  It is a peaceful, restful space.