Vipassana is an ancient Indian form of meditation that was rediscovered by Gotama Buddha more than 2500 years ago. Vipassana meditation is all about self-exploration trip to raise a balanced mind full of love and affection. This practice is currently taught in India. Simply put, Vipassana means to see things as they are.

Vipassana meditation does not adhere to a particular form of faith. Many people of various religions have very good results from Vipassana and no interference with their particular faith occur. Vipassana meditation is a method to relieve suffering, improve mental purification and helps the individual to handle tension and stress of life in a quiet, peaceful manner. You can find more about vipassana meditation on

In practice, this technique will observe the changing nature of body and mind. In realizing the truth about the changes, pain and tension, one will undergo a process of purification. The goal of Vipassana meditation is self-observation to facilitate purification. Vipassana meditation is taught free for ten days.

Participants will stay at the training centre during their course. Costs for training facilities are covered by donations from people who have previously benefited from the training and want to give others the same opportunity. Do not mistake this opportunity as a holiday or retreat socializing. Only serious, hard-working individuals dedicated to the benefit of the course must be present.