Dharmapunx NYC

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Dharma talks by Josh Korda on the Bowery, NYC and at Greenpoint, Brooklyn. If you would like to support Josh's teachings please consider donating via the paypal button on the sidebar

Recent Episodes
  • Sleep, Dreaming and Insomnia: A Concise Overview
    Jan 28, 2023 – 01:04:13
  • The Simulation of Reality We Live In And The Aha! Moment of the Experiential Shift
    Jan 17, 2023 – 59:50
  • Radical Buddhist Intentions for the New Year (2023)
    Jan 11, 2023 – 01:07:34
  • Reparenting Oneself in a Meditation Practice
    Jan 3, 2023 – 58:46
  • Seasonal Affective Disorder and the Holiday Blues
    Dec 20, 2022 – 59:58
  • Self-Rumination and Depression
    Dec 15, 2022 – 59:46
  • Building Durable Relationships That Are Resilient Under External Stress
    Dec 7, 2022 – 59:55
  • An Array of Practices and Insights to Address Social Discomfort
    Nov 30, 2022 – 01:03:09
  • Unconscious Memories and Automatic Behaviors
    Nov 19, 2022 – 01:07:42
  • Transcendent and Transformational Peak Experiences
    Nov 9, 2022 – 01:02:31
  • On People Pleasing, Impression Management and the Presentation of Self in Everyday Life
    Nov 2, 2022 – 01:01:03
  • Resetting the Nervous System to Calm, Confident, Curious and Creative
    Oct 27, 2022 – 01:00:16
  • Core Insights of the Dharma: Impermanence (Anicca), the Nature of Existence
    Oct 27, 2022 – 59:55
  • Fixing a Broken Picker: Changing How We Choose People For Relationships
    Oct 11, 2022 – 01:10:28
  • Indecision—Drawbacks, Benefits, and Ways To Make a Decision When the Clock’s Run Out
    Oct 5, 2022 – 01:01:12
  • Contemporary Insights into the Psychology of Envy, and Some Meditative Strategies to Address It
    Sep 23, 2022 – 01:04:00
  • Bouncing Back After the World Breaks Its Promise
    Sep 23, 2022 – 57:31
  • A Sense of Purpose Versus Languishing: The Activities That Keep Us Sane, Healthy and Motivated
    Sep 12, 2022 – 59:58
  • Too Much Stuff: Understanding Hoarding and Accumulation
    Sep 12, 2022 – 01:05:52
  • Getting Unstuck: Both/And (Dialectical) Thinking Versus Either/Or (Black or White) Thinking
    Sep 1, 2022 – 59:56
  • Anger → Resentments → Suffering; Mindfulness → Boundaries → Forgiveness → Relief
    Aug 19, 2022 – 01:01:40
  • Reading Other People’s Minds: Mentalization, Understanding Other’s Intentions, and Why It’s Vital Coping Skill For Peace of Mind
    Jul 27, 2022 – 01:00:31
  • Thriving in Relationships: Acceptance versus the Fantasy of Changing One’s Partner
    Jul 24, 2022 – 01:03:52
  • The Role of Expressed Delight in Developing Healthy a Sense of Self
    Jul 19, 2022 – 01:00:03
  • Letting Go and Moving on: Skillful Grieving After Rejection, Separation and Loss
    Jul 12, 2022 – 59:53
  • Persevering Despite Setbacks, Obstacles and a Bombardment of Bad News
    Jul 4, 2022 – 01:00:05
  • Self-Therapy: A Meditation Strategy to Orchestrate Impulses And Drives Towards Healthy Goals
    Jun 27, 2022 – 01:04:21
  • Trauma Informed: Some Basic Insights And Strategies To Address in a Meditation Practice
    Jun 19, 2022 – 01:04:18
  • Right Effort and Concentration: Understanding the Attentional Systems of the Brain and Developing Focus Less Prone to Mundane Distractions
    Jun 13, 2022 – 58:04
  • Right Livelihood: The Pressures of Late Stage Capitalism While Seeking Fulfilling Work.
    Jun 5, 2022 – 01:01:24
  • The Wisdom of Emotions • What Your Feelings Are Trying to Tell You
    May 26, 2022 – 01:09:53
  • What Other People Think About YOU
    May 17, 2022 – 01:04:29
  • Attaining States of Flow, being fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus or “in the zone”
    May 9, 2022 – 59:57
  • Healthy Ego Function and Sense of Self in a Narcissistic Landscape
    May 4, 2022 – 01:06:23
  • Dependency, Co-Dependency and Interdependency: Understanding the Differences and Addressing the Concerns
    Apr 28, 2022 – 59:35
  • Cognitive Overload and Mental Fatigue: Understanding and Alleviating
    Apr 18, 2022 – 58:23
  • Stress, Internal Conflicts and the Body in Pain; Psychosomatic Disorders; Contemporary and Buddhist Insights and Meditation Practices
    Apr 11, 2022 – 01:00:55
  • Stop Tip Toeing Around: Relating to Important People in Our Lives Who Cannot Regulate Their Emotional Reactions, Especially Anger
    Mar 31, 2022 – 01:04:25
  • Understanding Fear and How to Address It in a Visualization Practice
    Mar 25, 2022 – 01:04:43
  • Brief Meditation to Prepare for Anxiety Inducing Situations and Interactions
    Mar 25, 2022 – 14:15
  • News Flash: How Much News Do We Really Need?
    Mar 20, 2022 – 01:00:54
  • Developing Resilience After Relationship Losses and Setbacks
    Mar 2, 2022 – 58:08
  • Buddhism and Attachment Theory Part 1: The Types of Attachment And How Early Bonds Influence Everything
    Feb 16, 2022 – 01:11:00
  • Buddhism and Attachment Theory part 2: The Neurobiology of Attachment, the Reasons We Love and Connect
    Feb 16, 2022 – 01:00:18
  • Addressing Fatalism, Pessimism and Giving Up
    Feb 5, 2022 – 01:00:46
  • Transforming Our Greatest Fears Into a Tool For Spiritual Growth
    Feb 5, 2022 – 01:00:15
  • Strategies for Addressing Chronic Pain
    Jan 26, 2022 – 01:10:44
  • Skillful Communication in Difficult Conversations
    Jan 26, 2022 – 01:04:30
  • Self- Destructive Impulses: The Buddha & Freud’s insights into our inclinations toward self-sabotaging behaviors.
    Jan 16, 2022 – 01:00:58
  • RUMINATION: When the Voice in Our Heads Talks Too Damn Much
    Jan 8, 2022 – 01:11:38
Recent Reviews
  • Jake51208
    My New Favorite, but…
    Really enjoying this podcast, and in fact it is my new favorite buddhism podcast. But please for the love of god, keep the politics out of it. No matter where you fall politically, it seems impossible to escape. Thank you!!!!
  • Saint Gabriel
    Sound Guidance
    Excellent combination of how humans (dis)function and means of working with that for greater inner wellbeing.
  • Rosie R.
    The best therapy I’ve ever received
    Josh Korda gets it. He is the real deal. Just by listening to his podcasts, I felt like he understood my struggles like no other therapist or healer has. I’m listening regularly to Dharma Punx NYC for several years, I can say that it is the single most transformative type of self-help I’ve ever experienced — and I’ve tried it all! He is particularly helpful with issues like rumination, perseveration, and overthinking/obsessive thinking. He’s also helped me be able to befriend my loneliness, identify when I am dating an avoidant guy, and move myself from anxious attachment to standing secure in my Self. Thank you, Josh. And thank you as well to his wife, Kathy Cherry, who offers amazing somatic healing and daily meditation groups.
  • jflobot
    Lots to Digest
    Thanks for your valuable time. You have a way of getting right to the point but in a compassionate manner. Took me a while to digest and sit with but I am understanding myself better. If and when I have the money to contribute I will. Well worth it. Mahalo. 🙏
  • trevor_y
    Transformative and Grounded
    This podcast is the best resource I’ve encountered in outlining truly applied Buddhism and how grounded Buddhist practice intersects with modern psychological insights into living a balanced, authentic, and rewarding life. I’ve often found Zen and other Buddhist philosophies difficult to translate in daily living, but Josh Corda paints such a clear picture of what applied Buddhism looks like. He also strikes me as humble, kind, and like he owns his humanity - something that is not found in all spiritual teachers Im extremely grateful to have found this podcast, it has been a guiding light for me during a difficult time.
  • lo.wicks
    Changed my life.
    Josh has fundamentally changed my life with this podcast. Over the past 4 years, I’ve used it as a resource alongside my EMDR trauma therapy. It’s the perfect balance between information and experience. Utilize this, share it with your loved ones, and donate to josh if you can!
  • DaverMushroom
    Great modality for recovery
    I’m really glad I found this. Very practical and secular way for exploring Buddhism. I found this much more effective than the 12 Steps as a path of recovery.
  • Mr. Coffin
    Terrific Combination
    Josh Korda provides Buddhist teachings alongside modern day psychology - a powerful combination.
  • whipitoutnowboy
    Dharma and psychology blend
    Enjoyable mixture of the dharma and psychology in a how to approach to living in this world and with our reactive conceptual mind. Very humorous and frankly spoken from someone who has been there too. You have nothing to lose and it’s FREE anyway. Rick
  • Celticrain10
    Helpful, gentle and useful
    I have been listening to Josh for over two years and I really enjoy his scientific , Buddhist, and psychological approach as well as the meditation. It has helped me to change my life for the better.
  • FindingYourVoice
    Deep, Intelligent
    My Favorite Podcast... Changed My Life and How I see the world.
  • SMOOVEB79
    I’ve found this to be a tremendous resource.
    Empathic and practical.
  • Hanholio
    The gooder kind
    This guy shares some wisdom that takes me deep down to where I live.
  • Nicki-O'Brien
    Practical Buddhism
    Found this podcast by accident; Fantastic experience in learning expressions of abundance and compassion in daily life using Buddhist principles.
  • ZigzagPath
    Thought provoking
    I found this pod accidentally and it became one of my current favs. Psychology+Buddhism is my jam! Keep them coming.
  • danielinsf
    Love this but…
    I love these podcasts. But dude, what’s with the background noise? The latest meditation related to attachment sounded like someone was banging pots and packing a suitcase right into the microphone.
  • odessc
    Insightful wisdom that actually helps
    The combination of psychology and Buddhist practice is something I didn’t know i was searching for but am so grateful I found. it’s the perfect fit for me and i’m extremely grateful for this podcast!
  • Tim murph
    Life saving
    This is a great podcast. I like how Josh combines psychology with Buddhism.
  • Acyl
    Invaluable!
    I wish I had learned the things Josh talks about in his podcast 20 years ago! I’ve been listening for 4 years, and his is still one of my top favorites. Truly a treasure trove of information, and the guided meditations are awesome. Oh, and I also love his sense of humor!
  • JaxMyth
    Insightful & Grounded
    Continuously adds value & perspective
  • Stacesomething
    Thank you
    Lovely and helpful lectures!
  • cmoratto
    Not your usually dharma discussion
    Buddhist psychology- brain science and Buddhism - if you took Psych in college - you’ll love this podcast!
  • JFOD, Bayyybeee
    Has been exponentially helpful in my life
    I’ve been listening to and attending Dharmapunx meetings w/ Josh for many years. It really is an amazing and transformative thing that I am grateful to have in my life.
  • Sparklyeli
    This podcast changed my life
    such a generous and accessible view of how we can become our best selves for us and others. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
  • Amyormsby
    Thank you!!
    I found your podcast and has really saved me just listening to a few! Thank you thank you thank you!
  • romy rome roams
    My favorite Teacher
    What an easy Teacher to learn from- I enjoy his lessons so much..
  • Corresources
    Gave me peace...
    I was faced with a vary challenging time in my life and Josh’s weekly podcast gave my clarity and understanding. I’ve listened too many of them 2-3 times and always pick up on something- A life saver
  • instagramsux1
    So much to discover
    Thank you Josh, your knowledge is much appreciated. I’m learning so much about myself through your teachings.
  • 3 buoys
    Always a Winner
    No matter what Josh speaks of I find a golden nugget. I’ve been listening since October 2015 and am so appreciative of his message and work and how it’s shaped my message, work, and life. Thank you and let me know if you ever head to Thailand again! Susie Pettit
  • anxietypunx
    anxiety punx
    punk rock to the rescue again. jeff ott told me that humility will reward itself with peace and josh korda is showing me how
  • LOGIC PRISONER
    Punx Not Dead.
    I'm an old punk who traded anarchy for mindfulness. This podcast does the trick. “Forever in debt to your priceless advice.”
  • melsapop
    Really great stuff!
    Eye opening stuff. Well organized and coherent. I really relate to what Josh has to say. A lot of research goes into the sessions and it shows! Give 4 stars..sound quality could be better..sometimes someone coughs and I think I blew my ear drum.
  • NatPato
    Amazing Eyes Opener
    I would like to take the time to thank you for all the help you have and knowledge you have provided me with through your words and amazing mind. I don’t really have other words or Better words at this time, but you have safe a life in me with your work. Thank you.
  • Mom of Boys, New Mexico USA
    My all-time favorite podcast
    Josh, thank you for everything you teach and share. Your knowledge of psychology, Buddhism, and the brain is so great that your podcast is now my favorite of all time. I know that you must be helping so many people, as you are helping me for sure. I am so thankful for your book and podcast, both of which are truly excellent. I too came from an abusive background and I have experienced anxiety/depression, so after studying psychology, meditation, and Buddhism myself I have now come across your work which is exactly what I need in my life. Your style on the podcast is just like talking with a friend and I love this laidback and relatable approach. Thank you again.
  • HaveYourDay
    Security
    The no-nonsense truth
  • EddieSky7
    One of the best
    Definitely one of the best Buddhist podcasts out there.
  • Cookiejarvis
    Enlightening
    Good stuff. Just gets a little negative with the republican bashing. I’m a democrat just don’t care for that part.
  • Mad genius 1977
    I 💗 josh Korda!
    After 25 years of failed 12 step attempts & extreme addiction problems, he and this program has helped me. I personally vibe with him much more than Noah, & love the cognitive science approach he also adds. The juxtaposition of Buddhism & science have saved my life. I hope to see him speak in L.A. one day! ☸️🙏🏼🧘🏻‍♀️
  • Bha0102
    Great speaker - but...
    Great speaker. Has good insight and is entertaining. Explains concepts in a clear and relevant way, and I really enjoyed the episodes, but.... the F bombs are dropped a lot. I’m not sure why. He is “keeping it real” I guess, but its just not necessary and puts a trashy touch on otherwise great talks. Does not mean others will feel the same, just wasn’t for me. Too bad for me because if not for, in my personal opinion, that sour touch, I’d be a subscriber. He is a talented communicator.
  • Kim🙏🏼
    🤙🏻
    Josh Korda is my current go to meditation teacher. I eagerly look forward to his talks. I find him incredibly wise, open and honest, funny and relatable. His words are wise pointers to truth and have benefited me greatly. He is well read in the field of modern neuroscience and psychology and interweaves these teachings very skillfully with ancient Buddhist teachings. Like me, he has overcome childhood abuse and addiction so he’s got street credibility in my book. Many thanks Josh! 🙌🏼🙏🏼
  • Lululoopsy
    Love this podcast!
    Always happy to hear Josh's talks. I love his insights, bluntness and humor. Witty, intelligent and centering. Highly recommend.
  • AppxSci
    Life changing help
    This podcast had helped me in more ways than I can share. The mix of dharma and practical psychological information is not only informative but actually helpful in the day to day. By far my favorite podcast and go-to resource for a modern Buddhist perspective. Also love the fact that there are no ads of any kind and no skippable "housekeeping" BS in any part of the podcast.
  • birminghamdrunk
    remarkably relatable, hysterically helpful
    after learning to meditate a little over a year ago i've cycled through a lot of apps and podcasts looking for the right kind of "no woo-woo" real life Buddhist teachings that Josh dispenses so effectively. i recommend this podcast to anyone who will listen, and there aren't many of us here in Birmingham, Alabama who will, but there are some! A++ Buddhist teaching with a scientific edge and emotionally empathetic wit that makes every episode feel fun. Thanks for sharing, Josh!
  • Eazy C
    Phenomenal
    A great podcast. Josh Korda provides a synthesis of buddhism and science with humor and compassion. Each podcast typically offers practical tools one can employ in dealing with a variety of challenges and situations. I recommend the podcast wholeheartedly.
  • Rayo72
    Makes my day so much better
    I absolutely love the talks Josh Korda gives. I send them to my friends and family and have many people listening to them. Honestly, listening to a podcast makes my day a million times better. When I take a break to listen to one of his talks I never regret it, I feel so much more focused, and usually use the information I received from it for days and months after. I give as big of a recommendation as I possibly can give to this podcast. I love the mixture of science and Buddhism. It is really wonderful. Thank you Josh and Dharma Punx!
  • Tricky_P
    Helpful
    I can relate to this Mr. Korda fellow. I enjoy the talks. I find the lack of Chintzy "meditative music" and the absence of clever editing wonderfully beneficial to receiving the information. Thank you.
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