20-Day Vipassana Meditation Course
Clarity, Peace and Focus in Less Than 30 Minutes a Day.
A 20-day meditation jouney designed to teach you everything there is to know about Vipassana meditation.
Guides to help you integrate the daily meditation practice and lessons into your everyday life.
Accredited meditation teacher support to answer questions and provide assistance whenever needed.
Is This Course for Me?
Take this class if:
You want to experience the many benefits of Vipassana, including; Managing your anxiety, heighten your awareness and gaining equanimity
You want to learn Vipassana from the comfort of your own home at your own pace.
You want to learn Vipassana but don’t have the time or recourses to attend a 10-day retreat
You want to learn a transformative, life-changing skill in the next 20 – days
Vipassana Meditation Benefits
Enrolling in this course will help you
1.Create a quiet mind.
4.Become focused on the present.
5.Learn to accept thoughts & emotions for what they are.
6.Be able to respond to current and past situations based
on their reality instead of anxiety and preconceived notions.
In this Vipassana master class, you will learn everything there is to know about insight meditation.
Each meditation session will be accompanied by an audio and written lesson about the art of living and incorporating Buddhist traditions into daily life.
First, you will learn some meditation basics followed by Anapanasati (mindful breathing). Here you will learn to follow the natural breath, which will help you focus and quieten the mind.
The Vipassana (insight) technique will teach you to focus on physical sensation and helps build gradual cultivation in peace, clarity and understanding the true nature of human experience.
A Different Approach
Pace and Observation
Just What is Present
Impermanence As The Key
Effort and Fixed View
Preparation and Walking
Building a Sustainable Practice
Ollie has attended multiple silent Vipassana courses across the globe, learning in the styles of Sayagyi U Ba Khin, S.N Goenka and Thich Nhat Hanh.
Whilst living in Thailand, he took vows and had a residency in a monastery living as a Buddhist monk. His accumulated wealth of knowledge about meditative practices and their intricacies has helped him develop a newfound inner peace.
Ollie’s know that most people don’t have the time or freedom to attend 10-day silent residential meditation courses or go live as a Tibetan Buddhist. For that reason, he put together this vipassana meditation course so anyone can benefit from these ancient techniques and valuable teaching in way that works for them.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Vipassana?
- Often called Insight, Vipassana is one of the oldest techniques of meditation that aims to help us understand impermanence as we focus on the sensations that come and go in the body and different qualities of mind as we experience those sensations.
The end goal of Vipassana is to be able to observe these sensations, good or bad, without aversion or craving and in doing so, bring this state of mind of non-reaction into our everyday lives
How to Practice Vipassana Meditation at Home?
- Set aside 15 - 20 minutes to practice the guided meditation
- Make sure you wear somewhere quiet with minimal distraction.
- Sit comfortably, either on the floor on a cushion or in a chair. Make sure your back is straight.
- Start the guided meditation or begin to meditate independently.
What Happens During Vipassana Meditation?
During a Vipassana meditation, you will conduct a body scan whilst trying to remain in a still position, without any movement in your body at all. During the scan, you will note and observe all sensations you feel arising in your body.
What Is the Purpose of Vipassana Meditation?
The purpose of Vipassana is gain an understanding of impermanence, as we focus on the sensations that come and go in the body.
The end goal of Vipassana is to be able to observe these sensations, good or bad, without aversion or craving and in doing so, bring this state of mind of non-reaction into our everyday lives.
Is Vipassana Meditation for Me?
A Buddhist practice; Vipassana is one of the oldest forms of meditation that is still taught today. The fact that is has stood the test of time and stayed relevant up to today is a testament to it being a universal remedy in gaining purity of mind.
Vipassana helps people gain insight into the true nature of their minds through direct experience.
Traditionally taught at 10-day silent retreats this vipassana meditation online course is perfect for anyone looking to integrate all the benefits of Vipassana into their lives in a way that’s convenient and fits a busy schedule.