S. N. Goenka: Notes – Day 2 Discourse

Perform Wholesome action Don't perform sinful action Keep on purifying your mind That is all. Dhamma – nothing to take away, nothing to add. Acting without craving and aversion. What's wholesome? Abstain from sinful, and what remains is wholesome. Universal. Every religion would say this. The difference in the explanations. In sectarianism, Dhamma is no …

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Blast from the past (contd…)

Continuing to talk about 'Blast from the Past' from my last post, here's one I wrote way back in Novemeber'2008 just after my first Vipassna experience. Original post is here via Nomadic Monologue. Blissful and High Its sheer bliss, truly! Picture this: 3000 meters above sea level, 0-5 degC, amidst tall pine trees, monks and …

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Conversation 2, part 3

To assist Dhamma Projects’ focus in exploring how meditators integrate their practice of Vipassana out of the centre and into the world of the householder, we would like to share a recent conversation exploring this subject in the three parts. If you missed the first part of the conversation you can find it here, and the …

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Conversation 2 , part 1

To assist Dhamma Projects' aim of discussing, celebrating and examining  the integration of the practice and principles behind Vipassana out of the centre and into the world of the householder, we would like to share a recent conversation exploring this subject in the three parts: Part 1 Interviewer: How long have you been practising Vipassana? …

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Learning from aditthana

Every Vipassana meditator has a different technique to enduring aditthana. Also in life everyone has different techniques to being able to endure difficult situations, where they feel they might explode. This short piece invites you to consider the sitting of aditthana, a key requisite of sitting a 10 day course, and what insight it can …

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Helping Each Other Live The Life Of Dharma

Dhamma Projects invites you to take part in a global experiment taking place both face to face and online. Once a month, where possible at the same time, Vipassana communities across the world will sit together with the aim to support and encourage each other to live the life of dharma. What that means and looks …

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