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Vision Boarding 2023

Vision Boarding 2023

Let’s slow down and use the space to connect with yourself- your needs, actions, goals and desires.

9th and 10th January, 7:30 PM

Modality - Art Therapy

Small group, 8-10 people

75-minute online video sessions

Led by Nupura Byramudi

Program Fee - INR 1000 | INR 800 for SoulUp Peers

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Goals of the Group

• Reflect on your strengths and identify areas for improvement
• Identify your core values and understand what actions draw you closer to
them
• A discussion around the importance of visioning and how to make a vision
board
• Build more clarity and focus on your goals for 2023

Who is the group for?

This group is open to anyone looking to: 
• Reflect on 2022  to celebrate the highlights and acknowledge the setbacks 
• Setting intentions and creating a vision board for 2023

What will we talk about?

Reflection 2022
The end of the year, especially when it is as unprecedented as the year 2022, we are likely to
experience a myriad of emotions. Our feelings can vary from being straightforward and easy
to understand or difficult to grasp and label and hence reflection is a useful way to validate
our unique experiences. Reflection not only creates space for learning and gratitude but also
provides insight on how we can move forward with intention into the next year.

Vision Boarding 2023
A vision board is a collage of pictures, words, and quotes on a board that serves as a visual
representation of our dreams and aspirations. It is often used to help maintain clarity and
focus on our professional and personal life goals. It represents whatever you want to be, do,
or have in your life. You can create your vision board with posters/chart papers and cut-outs
from magazines, OR you can create an online vision board using Canva or a Google Doc and
search images from the internet to cut and paste onto your virtual vision board.

Things you’ll need: 
• Large blank piece of card stock/chart 
• Colorful felt-tip pens
• Scissors
• Glue stick 
• A supply of colorful, beautiful, inspirational magazines  
• Journal/paper to answer reflective questions

  • Biggest benefit has been listening and learning about what other people are thinking

    Ketki

  • I just had a very emotional discussion. It was probably one of the most helpful things for me in years.

    Isha

  • I'd give it a 10 [out of 10]. I'm surprised at how vulnerable and open everyone was in the first session.

    Sukanya

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Meet your Facilitator

Nupura Byramudi

Nupura Byramudi is the Co-founder and Psychotherapist at In Bloom Therapy. She believes
that every individual has an inner strength and potential to grow and requires an environment to facilitate this growth. She hopes to build a space that is authentic, collaborative and non-judgmental to deepen one’s understanding of the self and in doing so internalize a healthier version of oneself. Her experience is rooted in person centered and trauma informed principles using a psychodynamic and emotion focussed approach to therapy. 

Nupura has completed her MSc in Psychology of Mental health from the University of
Edinburgh and her Masters of Counselling from The University of Queensland. She is a
Level 2 member of the Australian Counselling Association. While she is not working, she loves going out on long walks and spending time with her dogs. She finds a lot of joy in trying something new, meeting new people, trekking, and travelling to explore.

FAQs

What are soulUp groups?

At SoulUp, you'll meet people who get what you're going through and might be living some of the same realities. People looking for extraordinary conversations, just like you.

✔️ Small group, 6-8 people

✔️ Every meeting led by a world-class facilitator

✔️ Weekly 75-minute online video sessions

What happens in a group session?

While the format can vary as per topic, here’s a flow that most sessions follow

Check In. Participants check-in with each others' feelings and answer the prompt given by the facilitator if any.

Conversation. Your facilitator will guide the group in a free-flowing conversation—with the goal of sharing openly, talking honestly, and deep emotional connection.

Check Out. Participants share what they're taking away from the session.

What am i going to get out of this?

Participants say that they feel heard, understood, more in control, and a feeling that you’ve got people rooting for you. By talking about your emotions and what's going on in your life, you'll realise that you're not alone and get ideas for how to improve your situation.

How long has soulup been around?

SoulUp was founded in Feb 2022 by Punita Mittal and Mahak Maheshwari - a team of IIT Delhi and IIT Bombay with more than 20 years of combined healthcare experience. SoulUp is redefining mental health through groups that are effective, but also fun, social, and challenging.

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