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9 - 14 Dec 2019
Pravaah - a journey towards expansiveness
16 - 17 Nov 2019

Pravaah, the conference is dedicated to Dr. Pulin Garg to honour the pioneering work he has done in the area of Process Work and the number of lives he has touched.

Paper Presentations

  • Some Characteristic Features of Our Tradition
    Sushanta Banerjee

    Process Work has acquired several ‘rupas’. All these have a great deal in common especially at the intent level and yet have distinctive features characterising their working. The traditions are distinct in terms of their axioms and methods. These constitute the tradition.

  • Phenomenology, Existentialism and Process Work
    Ashutosh Bhupatkar

    To understand a discipline, you must know its history. Process Work is a discipline, in the way it follows a particular paradigm, it has boundaries and it is inculcated through learning and internship. There is an apparent absence of theory perplexing interns and new members. Many members after years of experience still look for a basis of process work in this or that framework. Some look at ancient Indian treatises on Yoga to discover a link...

  • Aesthetics of Intimacy
    Neharika Vohra & Rema Kumar

    A metalab on the theme of ‘Aesthetics of Intimacy’ under the auspices of Aastha Foundation for Human Learning and Growth held in March 2018 is described. A metalab is a process lab for people who have either completed internship in process work or have completed at least two phases of internship. The methodology comprises both interpersonal and intrapersonal exploration in the phenomenological mode and uncovering the conceptual basis of the...

  • Eco-centric Process Work
    Seetha Ananthasivan

    This paper is about the value of and some approaches to eco-centric process work – which has been so named since it is process work which includes our connect with Nature as the context we are embedded in.