Vipassana, which means to see things as they really are, is one of India’s most ancient techniques of meditation. The non-sectarian technique of Vipassana was taught by the Buddha more than 2500 years ago as a universal remedy for universal ills. Students are invited to learn the basics of this technique — also known as an Art of Living, during a residential ten-day course.
Anyone may apply for a course – Vipassana Centers welcome all! Although we all come from diverse beginnings and lead unique lives, when we come to a Vipassana course we are united by a common cause, a common purpose — to solve the mystery of human suffering. As such, the Southeast Vipassana Center seeks to provide a safe environment where persons of varying races, identities, experiences, and abilities can learn and become established in this technique.
On Sunday, August 1st the Dhamma Inspirations program will host the 3rd in a series of live panel discussions with senior Vipassana teachers. Please visit Virtual Daily Group Sittings for registration information.
East Coast Centers host daily teacher-led virtual sittings for Old Students at 7a & 6p EDT and longer sittings on Saturday and Sunday. Learn more here.