Those who would like to ask questions about spiritual practice are encouraged to write: email@example.com.
I may not have the time available to respond to each email, but I will read your message and, if I can contribute to a dialogue, and have the time available to write back, I'll respond to questions.
As a teacher I do offer one-on-one mentoring though, given the present overload of inquiries, I'm no longer maintaining a waiting list and the process is no longer offered by request.
When I do work with a practitioner individually, its based on a weekly dialogue that focuses on navigating life's setbacks and opportunities, bringing the practices of mindfulness into daily life and maintaining inspiration and structure for a fulfilling spiritual practice. A typical dialogue include starts with a brief overview of one's current experiences and challenges. Often the work focuses on exploring tools to work with obsessive thoughts and memories, compulsive addictions, fears and general anxiety, limiting self-judgments and other common challenges.
Josh Korda has been the dharma teacher at the New York and Brooklyn Dharmapunx meetings since 2005, and is a regular visiting teacher at Against the Stream Buddhist community in Los Angeles. He has a large buddhist mentoring private practice and has written for the buddhist magazines Shambhala Sun, Tricycle and Buddhadharma. He has been profiled by The New York Times, Village Voice and CBS News (interviewed by Dr. Jon LaPook). For the last four years Josh has also led classes at ZenCare.org, a non-profit organization that trains hospice volunteers. Josh has had the honor to study with countless spiritual teachers in the Theravadan Buddhist tradition, including Noah Levine, Vinny Ferraro, Ajahns Geoff, Sucitto, Amaro and Tara Brach to name a few. Josh’s dharma talks are followed by a large online community at dharmapunxnyc.podbean.com.