It could be the sound of one hand clapping. It is the crack in the vase and the tear in the sari. It is found in the wrinkled skin of the elderly and the fusty aroma of old photos.
It is relevant to artists, managers, teachers and homemakers alike.
It is a tool to find harmony in relationships and peace within oneself.
Welcome to Wabi-Sabi. A concept is as indefinable as it is relevant in the modern world. For the past 5 centuries, the Japanese have used Wabi-Sabi to understand and accept that life is imperfect, impermanent and incomplete. However, while Wabi Sabis twin idea Kaizen has found popularity incorporates, Wabi-Sabi itself has remained the hidden gem of Japanese culture. Its time to change that.
During this workshop, we will:
1.Study the origins of Wabi-Sabi
2.Demonstrate the truth of Wabi-Sabi using the laws of nature, civilization and science
3. Find ways to implement Wabi-Sabi to better our self-awareness, inner peace, relationships and professional orientation
4. Arrive at a higher acceptance of the self, the other and the world Expect lively, intellectual conversations around ideas that can change your life. Expect a conceptual grounding before we move towards implementation.
When and where?
7 December, 2-6 pm, Lahe Lahe
Who can benefit the most?
While Wabi Sabi is for everybody, the following people will benefit the most:
Those wanting lasting answers to life's toughest question
Those who are incredibly stressed
Those who suffer from low self-esteem
Those who find it difficult to accept the realities of life Perfectionists
About the trainer
Eshwar Sundaresan is a trainer, counsellor, ghostwriter, and the author of critically-acclaimed books such as Behind the silicon mask, Bangalored: the Expat Story, God save the toddy and Age-old tales.
As a person who wears many hats on his bald head, he is privileged to experience various dimensions of self-actualization in his daily life.
Eshwar has addressed thousands of participants over 4000+ classroom hours. His workshops are a blend of critical thinking and emotions.