Josh Korda on what his irritating meditation partner taught him about being with aversion and overcoming anger.
Searching for hidden messages and significance in life’s encounters provides us with an illusion of control that Josh Korda says we need to release.
When we’re bored, we’re uncomfortable with our basic state of being. That’s kind of scary, says Josh Korda. He dares us to look directly into our boredom.
To give yourself a fighting chance against negative patterns, says Josh Korda, you’ve got to get at the driving forces behind them.
Josh Korda shares six pointers on how to cultivate the patience and support to make postive changes in your own life.
Denying anger or giving in to it only makes things worse. The middle way, says Josh Korda, is to live with your difficult emotions skillfully.
We’re delighted to announce our annual community retreat, “Finding Freedom From Painful Emotions,” with Karen Maezen Miller, Josh Korda, and Anyen Rinpoche.
Josh Korda and Koshin Paley Ellison explore the problem of spiritual bypassing.
Josh Korda on how to free your naturally loving heart and expand your goodwill to include all beings through loving-kindness meditation.
Josh Korda asks: why would someone who exercises choose not to meditate? Good question!