Vipassana a journey to discover a truth about you

Vipassana is an original meditation technique with purity available in the world formally discovered by Lord Gautam Buddha.

Siddharth Gautama was a real person who became a Buddha with his dedication to humanity and discovery of real truth of moksha. During that period Gautam tried lots of techniques those learned from different teachers popular in the world to find the cause of sadness but he failed due to improper knowledge of teachers about moksha. But he never quiet and started his own journey to find real cause of sadness and moksha. He worked hard & tried different techniques. Finally he got the truth. And he became a Buddha. The Vipassana is a discovery of that journey. Vipassana was not only popular in those time but even today lot of people practice it.

Actually, when siddharth became Buddha, he had thought of spreading the vipassana technique all over the world, to make people happy and free from sadness. He discovered some rules to practice vipassana technique. Large numbers of people joined him at different times from different places from different region all over the world. The technique of vipassana is now available from chain of gurus(teachers) and shishya(students). Purity in vipassana is only the characteristics that make vipassana more powerful. Everyone must learn it from only a good Master (Guru) who will donate it with purity. It’s a life changing technique for everyone who can practice it.

Characteristics of vipassana:

  • Vipassana is a pure form of meditation technique.
  • It is very powerful meditation technique if you practice regularly.
  • Everyone irrespective of gender, color, caste, culture can practice this technique.
  • Regular practice required.
  • For good result you need to follow rules while practice vipassana in daily life.
  • This technique is available for free, no fees is charged to learn vipassana, you can donate if you feel. The course available for free and management of the center is carried on from the donations of the followers of vipassana and students of vipassana who completed the vipassana course.

Vipassana is a meditation technique that originated in ancient India and was rediscovered by the Buddha over 2,500 years ago. The word "vipassana" means "to see things as they really are" and the technique involves observing one's own breath and bodily sensations to develop insight into the nature of reality.

In its modern form, Vipassana is taught as a ten-day residential meditation retreat, where participants practice the technique in silence, abstaining from all forms of communication, entertainment, and distraction. The retreats are offered in various locations around the world and are run entirely on a donation basis, with no fees charged for participation.

During the retreat, participants follow a strict schedule of meditation, usually starting at 4:30 am and ending around 9:00 pm. They are provided with simple accommodations and vegetarian meals, and are expected to adhere to a code of conduct that includes abstaining from killing, stealing, sexual misconduct, lying, and intoxicants.

The ten-day course is divided into three stages, with the first three days focused on the practice of "anapana" or mindful breathing, and the remaining days dedicated to the practice of Vipassana. The technique is taught through daily discourses, guided meditations, and individual interviews with the teacher.

Vipassana retreats are conducted by trained teachers who have completed years of intensive meditation practice and have been authorized to teach by senior teachers in the tradition. The technique is open to people of all backgrounds and beliefs, and no prior meditation experience is required.

Vipassana has gained popularity around the world as a tool for self-discovery, stress reduction, and personal growth. It is practiced by people from all walks of life, including business leaders, artists, athletes, and activists. The technique is not affiliated with any particular religion or philosophy, but is based on universal principles of mindfulness and compassion.