Kate Johnson

Kate Johnson is an American meditation teacher and author focusing on mindfulness and awareness practices.

Radical Friendship: Seven Ways to Love Yourself and Find Your People in an Unjust World

Grounded in the Buddha’s teachings on spiritual friendship, Radical Friendship shares seven strategies to help us embody our deepest values in all of our relationships.

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Ethan sits down with Kate Johnson for a conversation around dharmic social action, compassionate communication and practicing different modalities of mindfulness and meditation.


How to Use Gratitude to Grow Your Happiness — Kate Johnson

Dan Harris talks to Kate Johnson about gratitude as a shortcut to happiness.

Ah, wonderful sleep. I love to sleep. It’s one of the things I’m really good at.

From the Under 35 Project: “Meditation of Monogamy”

For us, monogamy seems to have become synonymous with settling. And settle is such a dirty word, isn’t it? It means that you are somehow compromising or denying yourself the chance to have everything.


5 Minute Heart Meditation | Kate Johnson | Mndfl Video

A short loving kindness practice for your day, in order to boost empathy and connection with others.


Birthing Creativity and the Power of the Feminine: Latham Thomas and Kate Johnson

Metta (loving-kindness meditation) How do transformative ideas get birthed into being, and what makes them thrive? Learn what the power of the feminine can teach people of all genders about how to nurture, and be nurtured by, the creative process with Latham Thomas, founder of Mama Glow.


Compassion Action: How Can We Deal with Emotional Burn Out?

How can we cultivate the power within us to balance the power between us? Join meditation teacher Kate Johnson, co-creator and host of Compassionate Action, a series of interactive evenings with artists, changemakers, culture creators, and healers who leverage the power of spirit to fuel their trans...


Imagining Liberation, with Kate Johnson

Tara Brach with guest teacher Kate Johnson.

Refuge in the Truth of Change

Kate Johnson discusses impermanence as part of the Refuge & Resistance class series.


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