to Vipassana Meditation
Vipassana, which means to see things as
they really are, is one of India's most ancient techniques of
meditation. It was taught in India more than 2500 years ago as
a universal remedy for universal ills, an Art of Living. To those
who are not familiar with Vipassana Meditation we recommend visiting
the international Vipassana website
for an introduction.
To apply for a course
To learn Vipassana Meditation one needs
to develop one's own experience during a residential ten day
course. To apply for a course and to understand the requirements,
please read the Code of Discipline and then
find a convenient date in the Course schedule.
Courses are run solely on a donation
basis. There are no charges for the courses, not even to cover
the cost of food and accommodation. All expenses are met by
donations from those who have completed a course, experienced
the benefits of Vipassana, and wish to give others the same
opportunity. Neither the Teacher nor the assistant teachers
receive remuneration; they and those who organise the courses
volunteer their time.
Introductory talks and events
Experienced meditators from time to time
organise public talks and screenings of videos about Vipassana
Open Day | 19 October 2014
An Open Day will be held on Sunday 19 October from 10am to 2:30pm. All are welcome. Find out more about the Open Day.
About Dhamma Pabha
Dhamma Pabha ("Pabha" means
"radiance" or "glow of Dhamma") is nestled
in a forest in the slopes of Mt Dromedary, forty minutes by
road from Hobart. more
Anapana meditation courses for teenagers and children
Physical exercise is good to make the body healthy and strong. Anapana meditation is a mental exercise to make the mind healthy and strong. Find out more about courses in Anapana meditation for children and teenagers.