Vipassana Meditation

Vipassana means “to see things as they really are”. It is one of the East’s most ancient meditation techniques. Sitting quietly in self-

It is a meditation technique that is not easy for the Western participant. We are not accustomed to sitting non-actively, to observing, to just being an onlooker. For some of us it seems simple and perhaps even pointless, but it is an experience that can be extremely potent.

For those who have not experienced this meditation, it entails sitting in silence and focusing on breathing as a means of developing concentration. In most cases numerous thoughts comes calling. The brain tries to create activity and avoid non-activity. In this meditation we learn to attain calm in a new place, a place where there is no objective to be achieved. Everything that happens is right for that moment.

With practice a moment of serenity sometimes comes, a moment of “no mind”, a moment of connecting with a different, new, powerful energy.

It is a wonderful opportunity to stop life’s race for a short time and look inward, build concentration, observe us from the side, to learn.

A weekly Vipassana Meditation Evening is held in Gedera, from 9 to 11 p.m.

The evening is free of charge, you are welcome to join us.

 

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