Scaachi Koul: Morning rave, or boring rave?

After swearing off television for an entire month, q social experiment correspondent Scaachi Koul next finds herself at a morning rave.
q social experiment correspondent Scaachi Koul in the field. (Scaachi Koul)
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After swearing off television for an entire month, q social experiment correspondent Scaachi Koul next finds herself at a morning rave.

The morning raves, or conscious clubs, are wholesome a.m. gatherings intended to make people feel more inspired and open.

Did Scaachi find a moment of self-awakening or inspiration at a morning rave? Can you guess?

The cynic vs. self improvement. Scaachi Koul is (kind of) trying to become a better person through a series of social experiments. Although our "all teeth" humour columnist is, uh, hard to impress, every once in a while she surprises us — by falling in love with adult colouring books or finding zen in a rage room.

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