Nitin and Hiten Shah Public Lecture
Awakened Intelligence and Nonviolence:

By Catherine Ingram
Sunday, October 16, 2005, Lecture: 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., Reception: 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Bronco Student Center, Ursa Minor Room

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Lecture Description

As Gandhi said, “we must be the change we wish to see.” Catherine Ingram's talk will focus on the inherent qualities in each of us that best promote nonviolence in our communities and in our world. It is her premise that each of us is endowed with qualities of awakened intelligence--Tenderness, Discernment, Embodiment, Genuineness, Delight, Wonder, and Silence--and that we begin to live more by these values when we focus on them and "give them their due."

About Catherine Ingram

Catherine Ingram is the author of In the Footsteps of Gandhi: Conversations with Spiritual/Social Activists (Parallax Press, 1999/2003) and Passionate Presence: Qualities of Awakened Awareness (Penguin Putnam, 2003). She is the founder of Living Dharma, an educational non-profit organization. Since 1992, Ms. Ingram has led Dharma Dialogues--interactive inquiries into awakened intelligence and its application in life--throughout the U.S. and Europe. For the past twenty-five years, she has helped organize and direct institutions dedicated to awareness and service. She is a co-founder of Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) in The Hague, Netherlands (1991). For six years (1988-1994), Ms. Ingram served on the Board of Directors for The Burma Project, dedicated to raising international awareness about the struggle for democracy in Burma (now Myanmar). She has traveled around the world including many trips to India. For more information, visit www.dharmadialogues.com

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Inquiries may be directed to:
Professor Tara Sethia, Director, Ahimsa Center at tsethia@csupomona.edu or (909) 869 3868.

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