We take a look at a Tricycle Magazine dharma talk Dharma Punx NYC teacher, Josh Korda gave on managing the fear and anxiety of returning to normal life after COVID. We investigate how to cultivate compassion and kindness in light of a changing world and we answer a listener question about the most important aspect of training. We also look at the Warrior’s Way Online Training Program and our new website www.warriorsway.ca
Anxiety can present itself even within a meditation. today i share a great post by Josh Korda that talks about how to bring yourself back to this moment when panic strikes Links from the Episode: When Panic Strikes by Josh Korda Interview with Josh Korda - Part one Interview with Josh Korda - Part two Sponsors: Amazon.com - Shop Amazon using this link and a portion of what you spend will go back to the show. Become a Super-Fan of the Show Support ZEN commuter and get access to patron bonuses THANKS FOR LISTENING! Thanks again for listening to the show! If it has helped you in any way, please share it using the social media buttons you see on the page. Also, reviews for the podcast on iTunes are extremely helpful, they help it reach a wider audience. The more positive reviews the higher in the rankings it goes. Of course that means more peace in the world. So please let me know what you think. I read ever one of them. Did you enjoy the podcast?
Episode 43- Driving Your Brain Without a License/ Josh Korda
Recovery Happy Hour
Recovery Happy Hour celebrates inspiring stories of recovery from alcohol addiction and what lies beyond the bottle. Introduction: Driving Your Brain without a License Interview: Josh Korda of Dharmapunx NYC Links: https://www.recoveryhappyhour.com/ https://dharmapunxnyc.podbean.com/
A Conversation with Josh Korda Thom Knoles speaks with author and Dharmapunx NYC's guiding teacher Josh Korda about Buddhism, Vedanta and applying meditation and spirituality to situations in our everyday lives as well as toward end-of-life care. Produced by Eric Cahan
586 Josh Korda - Unsubscribe From Delusion, Tune In To Truth
Josh Korda“The search for a lasting identity is a stressful waste of time; it’s disappointing to keep looking for something that doesn’t exist.” Josh KordaJosh Korda shares his spiritual journey to sobriety. As a punk rocker with an interesting upbringing, Josh found himself on a journey through alcohol and drug addiction. With a life of Buddhism practice an insight he managed to overcome life's challenges through spirituality which he describes as those intangible facets that give our life meaning.Josh now helps others unsubscribe from the delusion so they too can tune into truth. An enjoyable and enriching conversation. Enjoy! Guest BioJosh Korda has been the presiding teacher at Dharmapunx NYC for the last decade (his talks can be found at dharmapunxnyc.podbean.com). Over the last five years, he’s been a visiting teacher at Zen Care and Against the Stream. Josh teaches multiple retreats each year, mentors a wide array of spiritual practitioners; his meditations can be found on the popular mindfulness app insighttimer. Josh writes for a number of publications, including many pieces on Huffington Post.
Rabbi Rami talks with Josh Korda about his path to Buddhism and psychology, challenging beliefs and capitalism, and his book Unsubscribe: Opt Out of Delusion. A review of his book appears in the Jan/Feb 2018 issue of Spirituality & Health magazine.Josh Korda has been the presiding teacher of New York Dharma Punx since 2005 and is the author of Unsubscribe: Opt Out of Delusion, Tune in to Truth (Wisdom Press, 2017). Josh also teaches regularly at Against the stream and New York Zen Center for Contemplative