3 Day Silent Meditation Course

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  1. Marty Nemko
    May 9, 2013

    In the end, all one must remember in this regard, is to stay fully present in the moment, being your best self, and then detaching from the outcome, which is not in your control.

    And the key to being more successful and making the biggest contribution is to take on projects that build on your natural strengths, interests, and acquired expertise.

    • Sally
      November 17, 2014

      Hi Marty,

      I just wanted to tell you what you wrote here, opened an ocean of opportunities for me. I just realized where I should be heading and why I am suffering so much! This just answered my year and half journey to self discovery. Thank you!

      Regards,

  2. Krishna
    May 10, 2013

    Ben, You’re progressing really well… Now that you are `experiencing’ the benefits of structured continuity, practice the sits everyday at least for 30 minutes.

    Your immediate next experience will be that of a silent yet observant `witness’ to the goings on ( Sakshi bhava). You will experience the `self’ morphing from a `physical’ ( as in your name, form and composition) to the `experiential’ that captures the expansive flow of time and space around a given moment. The `Experiential You’ (as opposed to the `Physical You’) shall slowly enlarge your identity to encompass the entire universe as distinct from that of a tiny tribe, geography or ethnicity that you were so far identifying yourself with and feeling proud about. Here’s where detachment – as in realizing the irrelevance of all things physical and hence delusional – truly begins.

    Wishing you the very best of experiences.

  3. Jagdish Joshi
    May 11, 2013

    Hi ben,
    Recently I have visited your one of the blog post Meditation – 6
    I have completed two ten days course on Vipasana at Mumbai, India.
    The experiences I could not express in words, (if heaven is there – I was in heaven for that ten days !)
    I suggest you to come to Mumbai or Igatapuri (Maharashtra, India) for ten days.
    To add more, I was a trainer in ‘Entrepreneurship development training’ field for 23 years.
    Have nice life !

  4. JohnPattrick
    May 13, 2013

    Meditation courses are important because they develop our productivity of work in daily life. Your opinion for Vipasana Meditation Courses is nice for our body to give an perfect life.

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