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Mitchell Rabin Interviews Author & Meditation Teacher, Catherine Ingram

Mon., March 30, 2020:  Mitchell’s guest this evening is dharma teacher author, Catherine Ingram.Catherine is an international dharma teacher with communities in the U.S., Europe, and Australia. Since 1992 she has led Dharma Dialogues, which are public events that focus on directing awareness toward greater well-being in an ethical and happy life. Catherine also leads numerous silent retreats each year in conjunction with Dharma Dialogues. She is president of Living Dharma, an educational non-profit organization founded in 1995.

Purchase Catherine’s books here.

Catherine has been the subject of numerous print, television, and radio interviews and is included in several anthologies about teachers in the west.

A former journalist specializing in issues of consciousness and activism, Catherine Ingram is the author of two books of nonfiction, which are published in numerous languages: In the Footsteps of Gandhi: Conversations with Spiritual/Social Activists (Parallax Press, 1990) and Passionate Presence: Seven Qualities of Awakened Awareness (Penguin Putnam, 2003); and one novel, A Crack in Everything (Diamond Books, 2006). Over a fifteen-year period beginning in 1982, Catherine published approximately 100 articles on issues of consciousness and activism and served on the editorial staffs of New Age Journal, East West Journal, and Yoga Journal. For four years she wrote the Life Advice column for Alternatives Magazine based in Oregon.

Catherine has been a good friend of Mitchell’s and A Better World’s, appearing on A Better World TV twice as well as on A Better World Radio, always bringing her compassion and commitment to higher consciousness of all beings.  For Mitchell’s other podcasts with Catherine, go to:

https://abetterworld.tv/page/2/?s=catherine+ingram and

(https://abetterworld.tv/teacher-catherine-ingram-who-works-with-communities-all-over-ingram c quote-the-most-consistent-characteristic-of-awakened-teachers-and-people-i-have-met-is-a-childlikeeurope-australia-the-u-s)

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