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, and the Southeast Vipassana Center welcomes 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.
To apply for a course, first understand the requirements by reading the Introduction to the Technique and Code of Discipline for ten-day courses. Next, find a convenient date in the course schedule, and complete the application form. Additionally, you may be interested in our answers to commonly asked questions.