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Date: 4th October 2013 (Fri) and
5th October 2013 (Sat)
Venue: South William Space, 27 William St Sth, Dublin 2
7:30 - 9:00 pm
Suggested donation: €15
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South William Space
27 William St. South
Dublin 2 (city center)
Dharma Dialogues are public events of inquiry into the nature of awareness and the possibility of living in awakened intelligence.
Catherine Ingram 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 of inquiry into the nature of awareness and the possibility of living in awakened intelligence. Catherine also leads numerous silent retreats each year in conjunction with Dharma Dialogues. She is president of Living Dharma, an educational non-profit organization dedicated to inquiry and service with offices in Portland, Oregon and Los Angeles, California.
In 1999, The Irish Independent listed Catherine among the "Who's Who of the New Gurus". She 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 In the Footsteps of Gandhi: Conversations with Spiritual/Social Activists (Parallax Press, 1990) and Passionate Presence: Seven Qualities of Awakened Awareness (Penguin Putnam, 2003). (Passionate Presence is also published in seven other languages editions in Europe and Asia.) Over a fifteen-year period beginning in 1982, she published approximately 100 articles and served on the editorial staffs of New Age Journal, East West Journal, (in house editor) and Yoga Journal (contributing editor). She currently writes the Life Advice column for Alternatives Magazine based in Oregon.
For the past twenty-five years, Catherine has helped organize and direct institutions dedicated to awareness and service. She is a co-founder of Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts (1976). She also co-founded the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) in The Hague, Netherlands (1991) and is a member of the Commitee of 100 for Tibet. For six years (1988-1994), Catherine served as a board director for The Burma Project, dedicated to raising international awareness about the struggle for democracy in Burma.
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