Have you ever wondered about how the concept of karma operates? Subhash Jain is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at The University of Iowa. He was born in India into a family that practiced Jainism, and he continued to do so after coming to the US in 1967. After retiring in 2003, Subhash devoted himself to studying Indian Philosophy, particularly the Jain doctrine of karma. He received his second Ph.D. degree in Jainolgy from the University of Madras. Subhash has published two books and several articles in journals and magazines on the karma doctrine. His newest book, The Path to Inner Peace: Mastering Karma, addresses the concepts of karmic attachment, and how to reduce suffering and find greater peace through our actions.
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Donald Altman, M.A., LPC, is a psychotherapist, international mindfulness expert and award-winning author of over 20 books translated worldwide. Featured as an expert in The Mindfulness Movie and profiled in the Living Spiritual Teachers Project, he currently writes Psychology Today’s Practical Mindfulness Blog. His best-selling The Mindfulness Toolbox won two national publishing Ben Franklin IPBA awards as best book in both the Psychology and Mind-Body-Spirit categories. His books, Clearing Emotional Clutter and The Mindfulness Code, were both chosen as “One of the Best Spiritual Books of the Year” by Spirituality & Practice.
Past Vice-President of The Center for Mindful Eating, he has taught mindfulness to over 15,000 health care and business professionals. His newest book is Travelers, a novel about a grieving psychiatrist who finds hope, healing and renewal when a mysterious traveling pet therapist, a sentient canine, and suicidal young patient come to the psych ward. To be released Feb. 2023.
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