Wednesday, March 13, 2013

IPI's eight-day Indian Psychology Intensive

Dear friends
We are happy to let you know that IPI's eight-day Indian Psychology Intensive will this year be from May 26 to June 2.
The course is meant for people who work (or intend to work) in the field of psychology and who want to introduce aspects from the Indian tradition into their life and work.
As some of you may know, these one-week courses tend to initiate or re-awaken a more spiritual way of dealing with life and work, but it has been our experience that the changes that are brought about don't last unless they are reinforced during the following months. To this end, there are this year two follow-up weekends (in September and December), with in between bi-weekly peer-group meetings with other participants from the same location.
For the details of this course, please see the announcement on the IPI website.

May we also remind you of the Seminar on Indian Culture, Psychology and Global Civilization: Emerging Perspectives, organised by the Psychology Department of the Delhi University? It will be fromMarch 22 to 25, 2013.  
For background info, see the Short concept note.
For details see the Tentative programme.
For further info, pl. contact Dr. Suneet Varma.
Warm regards,
Matthijs Cornelissen