Track: Mystical Spirituality as a Link between World Religions
Indigenous Self: Coming Out Of The Closet & Other Stories
ITA Prague Indigenous Panel: “Indigenous traditions: explorations and applications”
In this panel, presenters will explore the impact of indigenous traditions, including cases from Africa, South America, Tibet, China and India. The panelists are experts on the respective traditions, and will present on the teachings and practices, with a major emphasis on the impact these have had beyond the respective local regions. The panel will allow time for discussion not only of the traditions themselves, but also of the ways in which these indigenous ways have been contributing to developments and research in Transpersonal Psychology.
Dr Zana Marovic is a clinical psychologist, transpersonal therapist, hypnotherapist, clinical supervisor, yoga teacher and author. She has over twenty five years of experience as a psychotherapist and supervisor. She is in a private practice in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Zana holds a PhD in Medical Psychology from the University of South Africa. She has published in international academic journals, presented workshops and papers at congresses around the world and published a book on clinical supervision.
She is an executive member of The International Transpersonal Association and accredited trainer for transpersonal workshops in South Africa. She runs holistic retreats in mountains near Johannesburg. Zana has developed a close collaboration with the African Traditional Healers’ Association. In her practice and training she integrates Eastern philosophy and yoga with Western traditional knowledge and African indigenous wisdom.