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

  • Journeys of Eco Heros
    Farah Khan & Rema Kumar

    We stand at the threshold of a transition from the industrial age to an ecological age. The industrial age brought with it many conveniences, comforts and an entirely new way of life and living. These changes slowly permeated into the collective consciousness and redefined the notions of good life and of success and achievement.

  • My Tryst with Process Work
    Zeb O. Waturuocha

    Process Work is an interdisciplinary and interactive method of working with self and others in the relationship challenges of daily living. It offers attitudes and skills to facilitate transformation and growth and facilitates both individual and collective change processes.

  • Mysticism of Learning
    Nagendra P Singh

    Learning is not knowing but many believe it otherwise. A myth, that is entrenched to our psyche. Greater is the knowledge, richer we are in our depth of wisdom holds no ground. My paper attempts to demystify related beliefs and offer postulates of my understanding, exploring insights on my trip to “learning to learn’.

  • 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...