Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Pandey, Cornelissen, Seidlitz, Hartz, Reddy, and Manasi Pahwa

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The Hindu-8 hours agoThe Sri Aurobindo Centre for Advanced Research is holding a day-long study camp on ‘Yoga as Practical Psychology’ from November 20 to 22 at SACAR at Vaithikuppam.
Deeper psychology
Focusing on yoga as ‘nothing but deeper psychology’, the unique camp attempts to bring out the relationship between yoga and psychology, said a note from the organisers.
Speakers at the camp will look at the similarities and dissimilarities between the classical Indian psychology and Integral psychology as envisioned by Sri Aurobindo and the Mother.
Speakers at the camp will include Alok Pandey (‘Indian Psychology and Integral Psychology’) Matthijs Cornelissen (‘Why Yoga and Psychology need each other?’), Larry Seidlitz (Practices of Integral Yoga), Richard Hartz (Developing the Intuitive Mind), Ananda Reddy (Stages of the emergence of the psychic being) and Manasi Pahwa (Man in the light of Integral Yoga Psychology).
Those interested in participating in the event can write to sacarstudycamps@gmail.com or call 99941 90403 or 94430 19172.

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