Vipassana means to see things as they actually are. It is one of the most ancient techniques of meditation. Gautam Buddha, the founder of Buddhism, recognized its strength and goodness and reintroduced it to the world around 2500 years ago. The ultimate goal of Vipassana meditation is to form deep connection between body and mind by the way of paying attention to every physical sensation coming to and leaving our system.
Vipassana meditation is a step-wise process. At the start, one needs to practice abstinence and good moral conduct. The next move comprises of paying attention to simple process of our breath leaving our nostrils and its different variations according to our emotions. Gradually, the body is moved to deep focus where all sensations and our reaction to those are to be controlled. It is a ten-day course, learning from which are to applied in day-to-day life for real and everlasting impact.
While exercise is essential for keeping our body strong, Vipassana meditation is needed to attain the strength of mind. People practicing Vipassana meditation derive from it benefits such as:
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