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Indian Psychology as I see it

Psychology as a discipline is now more than 100 years old in India, still the term ‘Indian Psychology’ is new to us and is interpreted differently by different people; some believe it to be limited to the natives of the … Continue reading

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How to teach Indian Psychology?

Having just finished a two-semester intensive course on Indian Psychology with the Indian Psychology Institute (IPI), Puducherry, India, I have a few insights that arose from the way it was taught. Indian Psychology[1], more than any other subject requires an experiential … Continue reading

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Teaching Indian Psychology

Indian Psychology attempts to be a consciously treaded and systematic journey of self-development, which, on progressing, enriches one’s understanding of oneself and consequently one’s interactions with the world; it’s systems and processes are built on this basic premise. Taking consciousness … Continue reading

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TIP-2011: Observations from the sidelines

TIP-2011 — IPI’s collaborative workshop on Teaching Indian Psychology —  began with much hope, enthusiasm and eagerness, as something, the need for which had been felt since quite some time. In spite of the resistance against the teaching of Indian … Continue reading

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