Hill of Dhamma ~ A beautiful documentary about the 10 day Vipassana Meditation course

Vipassana in Pali, or Vipasyana in Sanskrit meaning “Special Seeing”. Vipassana is a Buddhist term that is often translated as “insight”.

The Vipassana Organization conducts 10 Day Beginner Meditation Courses across the official Vipassana Meditation centers around the world. The Headquarters of the Organization is in Dhammagiri, Igatpuri, Maharashtra, India. The Name of the Organisation conducting this course is Vipassana Research Institute (founded by S. N. Goenka in the tradition of Sayagyi U Ba Khin.

Please visit this link https://www.vridhamma.org/10-Day-Courses for more information about the 10 Day Vipassana Meditation Courses.

‘Hill of Dhamma’ is a beautiful serene English Documentary detailing the process and providing information about the 10 Day Vipassana course at Dhammagiri, Igatpuri, Maharashtra, India. It showcases the Meditation centre Dhammagiri, the principal centre of Vipassana Meditation and explains how a basic Vipassana course progresses through its 10 day period.

Please see the Documentary here.

Please see a beautiful quote from the Vipassana Meditation Guru Shri S.N. Goenka ji about the Vipassana Meditation.

I do not wish to convert people from one organised religion to another; I have no interest in any of these organised religions. My interest is in Dhamma-the Truth, the teachings of all Enlightened Ones. If at all there is any conversion, it should be from misery to happiness, from defilement to purity, from bondage to liberation, from ignorance to enlightenment. – S. N. Goenka

Please use the Official Vipassana Organization Websites for more information.




Useful Insight: In the 10 day Vipassana Meditation Course, the Meditators are asked to abstain from killing, stealing, sexual activity, speaking falsely, and consuming intoxicants. This simple code of moral conduct serves to calm the mind, which otherwise would be too agitated to perform the task of self-observation.

Read more about S.N.Goenka ji and Vipassana Meditation from the links below

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