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In the Deep with Catherine Ingram is a series of intimate conversations with cultural, artistic, and philosophical luminaries to explore matters of the heart in our precarious times. In addition, check out the In the Deep mini-casts, which feature Catherine’s talks from her public events. For more information about Catherine’s work or to make a tax-deductible donation in support of this podcast, please visit: www.CatherineIngram.com.

In the Deep with Catherine Ingram Catherine Ingram

    • Philosophy
    • 4.9, 23 Ratings

In the Deep with Catherine Ingram is a series of intimate conversations with cultural, artistic, and philosophical luminaries to explore matters of the heart in our precarious times. In addition, check out the In the Deep mini-casts, which feature Catherine’s talks from her public events. For more information about Catherine’s work or to make a tax-deductible donation in support of this podcast, please visit: www.CatherineIngram.com.

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4.9 out of 5
23 Ratings
23 Ratings
jeedoomcbeedoo ,

This is for you!

...you need this. We all do.
Catherine offers a conversation on life that helps us all to be freer of self. Immersed in the realities of life, caringly aware of its complexity, demands and competing interests, she reliably sees through to the simplicity of truth and the necessity and sufficiency of presence. Enjoy! You’ll probably hear a solid literary quote, too.

Callililleee ,

my question

This is fine within the waking state. Everyone is coming to enlightenment and figuring out how to have peace by way of letting go and letting be. Good. Sharing notes, fine. But this is for the waking state of 16 hours a day. What about sleep? One could say well, there are no problems to work out during sleep. So what? I ask, "What is our nature during sleep as compared to the waking state where so much working stuff out needs to be done?" What is true is true for all 24 hours of the day, no? Then what does that say about the waking state where all this commotion in coming to enlightenment lies? Just wondering. It seems easy to miss / ignore the sleep state where each night we lay it all down, all of it.

AmyGailD ,

Beyond the Moment of Listening

These podcasts are an amazing gift. I’ve listened to them alone and with others, sitting quietly or while “doing” something (driving, cooking, working), and listening to each talk is as powerful the 10th time as the 1st. Each time the “steeping” in this beautiful energy transmits in just the way needed at that moment, in part because of Catherine’s profound quality of human-ness and “being” through these dharma talks and in part because there is so much in them to (re)absorb anew. Highly recommend!

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