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The Urban Monk Podcast

By Pedram Shojai

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Description

How can we live our modern lives with balance? How do we find happiness in all the noise? Where can we find meaning and live an awesome life filled with purpose and adventure? Enter the Urban Monk. Pedram Shojai is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, a Taoist Priest, a Qi Gong Master, a film maker, an author, and a Kung Fu world traveler. He invites you to join in on this free-flowing conversation exploring what it means to live with balance in the 21st century.

Customer Reviews

Great Interview

Loved the interview with Kaia Van Zandt. Listening to her speak about how we hide our feminine side be cause we are taught that woman don't matter resonated with me. I am definitely going to explore how to bring that side of me into the present. Can't wait for her movie, Silent Goddess.

Inspiring!

This conversation with Pedram Shojai and Kaia Van Zandt is dazzling. Her film,"Silent Goddess", has the potential to change the conversation in a life-changing, planet altering way. It will be no less than revolutionary. I can't wait for the film to be completed and distributed. Listen to this podcast. It contains information we must all assimilate if our species is to survive. It is that important.

The Tribe Continues to Inspire

After having listened to nearly every episode of The Health Bridge (and some of them twice), I was thrilled to see Pedram bring his podcast game to yet another level with Urban Monk. Pedram continues to tap into deeply rich topics that compel the listener to step into each moment in life with a heightened state of mindfulness - to question the psychosocial and political mores that confine humanity, and to step up in the name of deeper, radiating peace. His - and his guests' - knowledge base is wide and profound, consistently armed with intelligent and witty vernacular. And of course, you've got to love that Pedram has mastered the art of teaching without preaching. The kind of guy you can meditate then grab a beer with (if he's not on a gong that is). It's an honor to witness his mission in motion, and to integrate the lessons from these podcasts into one's flow.

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