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Yuka Nakamura's Dharma Talks
Yuka Nakamura
Yuka Nakamura has practiced Buddhist meditation since 1993 in the Theravada, Dzogchen and Zen traditions, and has been trained as a teacher by Fred von Allmen. Living in Switzerland, she teaches meditation and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction.
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2018-10-21 Die Vier Edlen Wahrheiten (gemeinsamer Vortrag von Isis Bianzano und Yuka Nakamura) 60:45
Der Vortrag erläutert die Lehre von den Vier Edlen Wahrheiten, der grundlegenden Lehre Buddhas: Die existentielle Tatsache des Leidens, die Ursachen des Leidens, die Möglichkeit, das Leiden zu beenden und der Weg, der zum Ende des Leidens führt.
Meditationszentrum Beatenberg 4-Tage-Retreat: Einsicht und Mitgefühl
2018-08-03 How to Train an Elephant - The Hindrances in Meditation 64:50
Gaia House Journeying the Landscape of Body, Heart and Mind
2018-07-21 Re-imagining our world 62:59
Brief description: How can we hold and meet the challenges of our time? Rather than falling into helplessness and despair, we can metabolize our fears and worries into energy and courage, allowing ourselves to be stirred up and to feel a sense of urgency. One specific area of practice is to see through our ways of perceiving and conceiving the world and self. Understanding the dependent and fabricated nature of all experience we can consciously and creatively play with ways of looking that contribute to peace, happiness, and harmony.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Cultivation – Investigation – Contemplation: Insight Meditation Retreat for Experienced Students
2018-07-20 Morning Instructions - Mindfulness of mind 50:16
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Cultivation – Investigation – Contemplation: Insight Meditation Retreat for Experienced Students
2018-07-19 Guided Metta Meditation 44:10
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Cultivation – Investigation – Contemplation: Insight Meditation Retreat for Experienced Students
2018-07-18 Compassion 60:38
Compassion is a central mental factor that we want to cultivate on the path. It is both the sensitivity to suffering and the wholesome intention and action to alleviate suffering. Compassion frees the heart from unwholesome mindstates temporarily, is the foundation of moral conduct and supports the unfolding of wisdom.
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Cultivation – Investigation – Contemplation: Insight Meditation Retreat for Experienced Students
2018-07-13 Learning to trust 59:16
Trust, faith or confidence is an important quality of mind on our path - enabling us to set out on the path, to engage with the teachings, to keep going even when facing challenges and to open up to the fullness of our experience. What prevents faith and trust and how can it be nurtured and developed?
Insight Meditation Society - Retreat Center Mindfulness, Insight, Liberation: Insight Meditation Retreat for Experienced Students
2018-05-11 Shaping our world through the way of looking 61:57
The talk discusses the role of perception in creating and shaping our experience and the problems that arise due to our lack of awareness regarding the fabricated nature of awareness and the distortions of perception. It presents a way of practice that involves playing and experimenting with different skilful ways of looking. 1. Seeing in terms of the three characteristics, 2. Seeing through the lenses of goodwill and friendliness, 3. Imaginal, creative and symbolic ways of looking.
Meditationszentrum Beatenberg Four Day Insight Meditation Retreat
2018-04-03 Vertrauen lernen 58:59
Vertrauen, saddha ist eine wichtige Qualität auf dem Weg, die uns ermöglicht uns auf die Praxis einzulassen und bei Schwierigkeiten dranzubleiben, und sie schenkt uns den Mut, uns für das Unbekannte zu öffnen. Wir können Vertrauen bewusst nähren und zum Wachsen bringen.
Meditationszentrum Beatenberg 9-day Insight Meditation Retreat
2018-03-31 Der zweite Pfeil. Vedana erkennen und verstehen. 60:24
Ausgehend vom Sutta über den Pfeil beleuchtet der Vortrag die zentrale Rolle von Vedana (Gefühlstönungen) und der Reaktion darauf in der Entstehung von Leiden. Indem wir die Vergänglichkeit von Vedana erkennen, gewinnen wir innere Freiheit.
Meditationszentrum Beatenberg 9-day Insight Meditation Retreat

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