The live zoom discourses are designed for an Australian participant (10AM Melbourne on weekends, 7pm Melbourne on Wednesday). All discourses will also be recorded and shared in case you cannot attend the live sessions. There will also be the option to have a European time zone Q&A session.
Yes the course is designed so that you are able to participate.
Guided meditations are shared the day before and you can fit them into your morning and evening routine. Lectures are live and outside of standard working hours. The lectures will also be recorded.
If you are in reasonable physical and mental health and are sincerely and genuinely interested in trying out this practice, meditation is not difficult.
It all depends on the commitment you bring to the 10 days and if you are open and willing to apply yourself patiently and diligently, you will surely see tangible benefits
Traditionally this technique is taught over 10 days as each day a new step is introduced. To give this technique a fair trial and be able to practice on your own, committing to the full 10 days is highly recommended.
You are free to message the instructor at any time if you need guidance or support or even reach out for 1-on-1. We also organise a Whatsapp group for you to share and connect with other participants. During live sessions, you will also have time for Q&A.
This course is for anyone who wants to be introduced to Vipassana meditation or go deeper into their practice. Not everyone has time or opportunity to attend a full 10 day Vipassana course, especially now with centers closed due to COVID.
This is a beginner friendly course. If you have never meditated before, have had a casual relationship with meditation or have even attended a vipassana retreat but want to stabilise and reinvigorate your daily practice, this course is for you.
Offering our courses for free allows us to pass on the Vipassana teachings to those who need it, whatever position they are in. Donations go towards operational costs and to help support the teacher.