Meditative Writing

 meditative writing


We are all the central protagonists - the heroes - who take center stage in the drama unfolding inside our heads. We are also, to an extent, the author of this drama - deciding what our story has been thus far and what shape it is going to take from here on. However, like a struggling novelist unable to make her characters change their ill fates, often we too feel powerless, dejected, trapped.
In the 'Learning to Meditate through Writing' Workshop we will learn how to transform this operative state of mind through inquiry and introspection. Over a course of two weeks, through various writing exercises and confidential, personal feedbacks, the participants will learn to use writing as a: 
Exercise for thoughtful personal development
  • Portal to present moment awareness
  • Technique to transform their life stories 
  • Step into an intent oriented life 
Ideal Participants Age: 20 years to 65 years 
Language: English 
Batch size: 14
Class Details: 
8th/9th and 15/16th August 2020
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM (6 hours total)
*No previous experience of meditation or writing is required. 


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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Bound Testimonial

    It was insightful. Mohit was very patient and positive throughout.”
  • “Mohit was very patient and kind as he took us through this journey.It was indeed a wonderful experience.”
  • “A deep probing class. Was greatly benefited Has brought about life style changes Mohit was good.”
    Subhadra Goho
  • “It was an interesting mix of exercises and discussions. It made space for reflection on one’s life as well as understanding new perspectives. Mohit is a very patient facilitator and generous in sharing his own learning.”