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Texts by Sri Aurobindo and the Mother are on the Integral Yoga page. Theory of Karma and Psychological Healing. This article delineates the role of the theory of Karma in the healing process of women who had undergone a major life crisis. Working through emotional pain: A narrative study of healing process. The paper attempts to understand how people work through their emotional pain to arrive at self-transformation and healing. The study provides rich insights in the role of acknowledging one’s vulnerabilities and emotional release in transcending life crises and attaining inner peace. Swabhava and swadharma of students and educators, concerns about individualized and value oriented education.
Funded by UGC and approved by NAAC. Education: How to Teach Indian Psychology. A Study of Positive Psychological Characteristics: Relationship between Life Satisfaction, psychology in India: A future perspective. The chapter explores the sense of well, evolution of Recent Management Tools from Ancient Vedic Philosophy.
Psychology: the need of a paradigm change. The article is a general introduction to Indian Psychology. It discusses the various implications it has in the current field of psychology. Sri Aurobindo’s metaphysical psychology: A brief introduction. This article briefly explains Sri Aurobindo’s system of yoga and psychology.
Education for Social Transformation: Recognising the ‘Agency’ of the Teacher. This paper discusses school reforms in India. A model of self, work, and spirituality from the Bhagavad-Gita: Implications for self-efficacy, goal setting, and global psychology. This chapter offers an indigenous method to derive a model from the Bhagavad-Gita to show how our physical self is related to social self and work. It highlights how intentional work leads to an entrenched development of social self whereas an indifference towards the fruits of our actions leads us towards our real self. How does our language shape the way we think?