Mindfulness Podcast Summary
Mindfulness of Doom is a weekly podcast about life, peaceful living, and existential dread. Brian Lemmerman and Cory Hardaker are mindfulness teachers who put mindfulness and meditation in the context of our impending doom as a reminder to develop ourselves and live fulfilled while we’re alive! They offer practical tips, geeky banter, and deep anecdotes to help listeners find their inner peace and live joyfully, despite the apparent meaninglessness of everything that has ever existed.
“Why Doom?” is one of our most frequently asked questions. “You guys are pretty cheerful.”
Don’t sweat it, Mindfulness of Doom is not as dark as it sounds. Sure, we joke about the end of the world in every episode, but the Doom we’re talking about isn’t apocalyptic. We’re simply acknowledging that this life of ours has an end-point sometime in the future, and reminding ourselves about our mortality brings a sense of inner contentment and clarity on who we are and motivates us to be the best “us” we can be right now.
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Brian Lemmerman – Professor of Mindfulness
Brian Lemmerman is a Professor of Mindfulness at Barry University. He helps people create and fulfill their life purpose using mindfulness, meditation, and personal development strategies. He offers trainings for professional groups and individuals who struggle to find meaning in their life’s path. Since 2012, he and his wife Naomi have built a large mindful community in Miami through their monthly Tea at the Cottage gatherings. Before engaging in mindfulness full-time, Brian owned a successful advertising agency and traveled the world designing cities as an urban planner.
Cory Hardaker – Meditation & Martial Arts Instructor
Cory Hardaker is a teacher of the body, the spirit, and the mind. He is the co-host of the podcast Mindfulness of Doom as well as a meditation teacher at Innergy Meditation in Miami Beach. He has a Master’s Degree in Asian Studies from FIU and has spent half a decade living in Asia studying Buddhism and teaching English. As a lifelong martial artist he teaches anti-bullying and kidnapping prevention to children and self defense to adults. Currently, Cory is developing an apprenticeship program where his students are immersed in a full curriculum of meditation, martial arts, philosophy, foreign languages and cultures.