Friday, March 18, 2011

a valuable one from West, who is eastern in blood....

On Fri, Mar 18, 2011 at 7:25 PM, benyne p wrote:

Dear Sir,

I just had a look at the creativity presentation (only by 15 minutes). I would really love to take time and learn it.I am able to see a very new approach to define creativity.There are lot of realities on CREATIVITY that I never saw in other scientific theories of creativity.While going through it, I could really feel the WARMTH of a novel as well as a more authentic approach to creativity.I felt like learning it.The theoretical,no I should rather say a beatiful river that is taking its form, could even be a real initiative in the world of creativity theories, that many a times forgets, about the intensity factor in creativity.Another speciality of this outlook is the East-West combination or Wholistic nature.

Iam also attaching the content that generated these thoughts (on 18/03/2011):

Mrs. Palayoor Benyne Jos, M. Sc. & M. Phil. Clinical Psychology,

Doctoral Research Scholar,
Department of General & Experimental Psychology,
Johannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz,
Building Taubertsberg II (Room 426),
Wallstrasse 3, 55122 Mainz, Germany.


Sunday, March 13, 2011

from mumbai - Indian Development Foundation

Dear Dr Sasikumar:

Thanks for your response. It's amazing to see that you pioneer such gigantic activity, great, that's the word.

I shall see the links which you have given. When you are in Mumbai, please do let me know, my colleague Dr Narayan and I will be happy to meet you, subject to your convenience.

I wish you good luck. We want people like to take our nation to higher levels.

Warm regards,

Dr ARK Pillai