I’m supposed to be a mentor but I am jealous of his perfect chakras | Brigid Delaney

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We undertook traditional medicine in India and I realised I wanted to die fully clothed, not covered in oil and not mentoring

My colleague Michael Safi was finishing his stint as the Guardian’s India correspondent, having covered the world’s biggest election, the Sri Lankan mosque attacks, the Delhi climate emergency and the plight of members of the country’s lowest caste – the Dalits.

Yet in his three years as south Asia correspondent, he had never discovered his dosha.

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