Book a seat for the online meditative writing class!
We are experiencing suffering, collectively if not individually, like we have never before seen in our lifetimes. We are at the same time becoming cognisant of what’s most important to us & what’s frivolous and can be weeded away. Through meditating and writing, we can learn lessons from our past and will ourselves to a newer being, a newer future. And while there are no easy remedies for pain & suffering, acknowledging them, reflecting upon them, expressing them privately and to others can be a vital step in self-care. With these objectives in mind, we are conducting a fresh Meditative Writing Workshop this June.
There is an updated curriculum, more resources, daily motivation and a deep focus on forming the writing habit. So that what gets learnt is practiced, so that what gets practised, helps.
Ideal Participants Age:
20 to 55 years
Batch size: 25
Dates: 19th, 20th, 26th & 27th June – Saturday & Sunday
Number of sessions:
6 live zoom sessions
Forming the writing habit
Live group writing & reading sessions
Lessons from the classic and modern masters like
Mohit Parikh is the author of Manan (HarperCollins), a novel which received Honourable Mention for Best Book – Fiction at The Hindu-Goodbooks Awards. Mohit Parikh has also received a Toto Award for Creative Writing in 2015 and a Toto-Sangam House Residency Fellowship in 2017.
He studied MBA from Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode and presently works with a management consulting firm. Mohit is deeply passionate about child education, meditation and storytelling. He cannot drive a car.
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