Pragito is regularly contacted by media for her expertise as a meditation master and spiritual teacher. She presents a revolutionary approach to meditation using expressive techniques.
Recent radio and TV interviews which include discussion of her new book LAUGHTER, TEARS, SILENCE: Expressive Meditations to Calm Your Mind and Open Your Heart
- “The Broad Perspective” Radio Show with Vivian Komori and Ronni DiGiovanni
- WRPI’s “In the Spirit” Radio Show with Gary Goldberg
- “Namaste” Radio Show with Marie Bernard
- “Positively Incorrect” Radio Show with Scott Cluthe
- “It’s All About You” Radio Show with Darien Marshall
- Gregoire Today Radio Show with Bob Gregoire
- “Life Is Meant To Be Good” Radio Show with Rev.George Whitton
- “Planetary Spirit” Radio Show with Jeff Ferrannini
- “Just Energy” Radio Show with Dr.Rita Louise
- “You Have Got the Power” Radio Show with Elena Pezzini
- “Alvin Augustus Jones” Radio Show with Dr.Alvin Jones
- “Spiritual Living” Radio Show with Barbara Bue
- “Walking with Spirit with Monique Chapman” Radio Show
- “Healthy Living is Easy” Radio Show with Cynthia Drasler
- Spa Magazine
- Unity Magazine
- The Reiki Times
- New Consciousness Review
- Creations Magazine
- Association of Applied Therapeutic Humor (AATH)
- Library Journal
- TCM Review
- New Age Retailer
- Marin Independent Journal
Pragito’s articles are available for reprint and appear in many publications.
Pragito can be contacted at 415.925.9533 or by contacting her here.
Suggested interview questions for Pragito Dove, author of Laughter, Tears, Silence: Expressive Meditations to Calm Your Mind and Open Your Heart
1. So many people think of meditation as a chore, a duty, that it hurts your body, that you are not quite doing it right. But your perspective is entirely different. How did you get to this place where your rule of thumb is “Be Playful, Enjoy Yourself”?
2. Can you explain the point of the expressive techniques? Gibberish meditation seems great – what is it?
3. How can laughter and play lead to deep meditation and silence?
4. There’s a lot of humming and dancing in your meditations in what ways are sound and movement important?
5. Grief and pain are difficult for people. Can you talk about healing pain through meditation techniques?
6. How do you suggest that people move through fear?
7. You suggest doing some techniques for 4 minutes. Some for only one minute. Is that enough time to create a transformation?
8. How do laughter, tears, silence help us find inner peace and enrich our lives?
9. Obstacles to meditation: Often the first voice I hear is one of irritation – here I am again, sitting down, I hate this. Then I get voices of anger, frustration with how my body feels, excitement, curiosity – how do you handle those obstacles?
10.What are your top 3 suggestions for people new to meditation?
11. What can help moms/dads stay more calm while juggling kids, housework, jobs, spouses and or divorce?
12. How can children benefit from these meditations?