“Our happiness is a gift not only to ourselves but to everyone in our lives. Whether we are exuberant in our expressions or merely twinkling in silence, joy can be contagious for those around us.” Since 1992, Catherine Ingram has been sharing her insights and experience through her dharma teachings, helping thousands of students in their quest for wakening by encouraging them to let their own inner wisdom guide them in life. Ingram fosters an awakened awareness in daily life and encourages us to recognize life’s greatest gift: our own passionate presence. This dialogue is filled with illuminating anecdotes and personal reflections that are inspiring and profound. (Hosted by Michael Toms)
Catherine Ingram is a former journalist specializing in issues of consciousness and activism. She is the author of In the Footsteps of Gandhi: Conversations with Spiritual/Social Activists (Parallax Press 1990) Passionate Presence: Seven Qualities of Awakened Awareness (Diamond Books 2008). To learn more about the work of Cahterine Ingrim go to www.catherineingram.com.
Topics Explored in this Dialogue:
- How you can have a sense of wonder and live in a passionate presence
- Why relaxing in simple presence can dissolve barriers for you
- How fostering better communication can be beneficial to you
- Learn about the seven traits of passionate presence: silence, tenderness, embodiment, genuineness, discernment, delight and wonder
Program Number: 2987 Host: Michael Toms Interview Date: 5/20/2003