विपश्यना (Vipassana) का क्या मतलब है

 How to do Vipassana Sadhana (Vipassana Kaise Kare) 

In the present era, time is changing at a very rapid pace. In this very busy lifestyle, physical and mental fatigue is natural, people take many measures to avoid it. Let us tell you that meditation is very helpful in avoiding physical and mental fatigue. There are various methods of meditation in our country, which people do as per their wish. Vipassana is one such important activity for meditation, which completely benefits the body and mind. If we want to remove the negative things hidden within us, then it is most important that we identify our shortcomings and try to remove them. Now the question arises that what should be the correct method for this? For this, the method of Vipassana has been adopted by Yogis since ancient times. What does Vipassana mean? How to do Vipassana? We are telling you about this in detail on this page.

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 What does Vipassana mean ?

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Vipassana means seeing in a special way (Vi Pashya Na). In Pali language it is called Vipassana. It is a beautiful art of living life. Lord Buddha attained enlightenment through ‘Vipassana-Sadhana’ of meditation. Vipassana is actually the worship of truth. It is the practice of living in truth. Vipassana is the art of living in the moment.

The main goal of Vipassana practice is to purify the mind. Through Vipassana, any person doing spiritual practice gets freedom from the disorders like attachment, hatred, fear, attachment, greed etc., tensions of daily life and mental bondages. He is able to successfully find solutions to the problems that arise in life. He develops the ability to face difficult situations unperturbed. When we break any object or situation into pieces and look at it as a witness, then we come to know that what the object or situation appears to be, is not what it actually is. Its superficial appearance is like virtual reality. As soon as the seeker comes to know about this, he does not suffer from the excitements and fears arising due to the virtual truth, due to which the actions of the body, speech and mind start improving. As these actions start improving, the seeker becomes free from mental tensions and starts experiencing peace within himself.

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How To Do Vipassana

To learn Vipassana meditation, one has to attend a 10-day camp under the supervision of a trained Vipassana teacher. It is strictly prohibited to write, read or talk to each other during training in the camp. A person learning Vipassana practice can only talk to the guides and administrators, because keeping silence reduces the excitement of the mind and meditation becomes easier.

There are three stages of Vipassana. In the first stage the seeker has to follow Trisharan and Panchsheel. One has to abstain from violence and theft, abstain from adultery, speak untruth and consume intoxicants. It is considered necessary to follow these rules because doing so reduces the excitement of the mind. Sadhana can be practiced better with a mind free from excitement. If the rules are broken then the mind becomes agitated due to being overwhelmed by vices and it is not possible to reach the depths of the conscience.

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In the second stage, the seeker is taught to concentrate the mind, which is called Aana Paan. Anapana is basically made up of two words Aan and Apana. Aan means incoming breath, Apana means outgoing breath. Through one’s own experience one is taught to observe the coming and going of the breath at both the openings of the nostrils. The practitioner sits cross-legged, closes his eyes, and concentrates his mind on both the openings of his nostrils and learns to observe each breath coming and going. By this the fickle mind becomes stable and the gross mind becomes subtle. By watching the breath, the true nature of the mind begins to be known and how fickle this mind is. The mind either dives into old things of the past or imagines the future. On analysis, it is found that when we remember something pleasant, the mind gets excited and arouses attachment towards it and if the memories are sad, then it arouses hatred towards them. Anapan increases mental concentration and memory.

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In the third stage, the seeker is given Vipassana, which awakens wisdom and makes one realize the impermanent. One is taught to observe the sensations arising and changing every moment within the body with a keen eye. As the seeker watches, he begins to understand the real nature of the pains and sensations occurring within him. The seeker comes to know from his direct experience that any pain, whether painful or pleasant, keeps changing every moment. Even if we want to, we cannot stop it from changing. By repeatedly doing Vipassana, the awareness of impermanence remains constant. As a result of which the mind starts moving towards attachment to the past, aversion to the past and attachment to the past. As the bonds of attachment, hatred and attachment begin to loosen, the previously accumulated vices begin to disappear and an unprecedented peace begins to flow in the mind. In this way, while witnessing the impermanent nature of the body and mind, the seeker, freed from all attachments, realizes the ultimate truth beyond the senses, beyond the body and mind.

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Place of Vipassana

Vipassana is a very simple process. The most convenient thing with Vipassana is that you can do it anywhere. Even the people sitting around you will not be aware of what you are doing? You can do this easily anywhere, while traveling in a bus-train or lying in bed at home. This will not cause any inconvenience to the people around you because there is neither the need to chant any mantra nor to change the body posture again and again. As simple as this process may appear from the outside, it has greater depth, which can be realized only after adopting it. Once you try to implement this process of spiritual practice described by Gautam Buddha in your life, you will definitely feel positive changes within you.

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Vipassana Meditation Posture

Use the quietest place in the house for Vipassana. Switch off the lights of the room and sit cross-legged on the seat. While sitting, always keep in mind that your waist and neck are straight and your eyes are closed. After this, concentrate on the breath coming and going through the nose. Keep practicing this for a few days. After this, concentrate on the breath and experience the sensations in the body, this is Vipassana. Initially do this for some time in the morning and evening, later you can increase the time as per convenience.

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Why Do Vipassana

Breath is the bridge between body and soul, which not only controls our thoughts and emotions but also keeps our body alive. Breath is life. Osho says that if you keep watching the breath properly, then inevitably, inevitably, you will start knowing yourself as separate from the body. The one who sees the breath has become separate from the breath, and the one who has become separate from the breath has certainly become separate from the body. If you become free from the body, if you become free from the breath, then the eternal can be seen. There is flight, height and depth in that philosophy itself. There are neither any heights in the world nor any depths in the world. The rest is useless fuss.

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Benefit of Vipassana Meditation

  • Continuous practice of Vipassana increases blood circulation in the body, increasing blood circulation and relieving stress brings glow to the face.
  • Its regular practice calms the mind and increases self-confidence.
  • This is one of the great ways to increase concentration. Practicing it regularly increases concentration and focuses attention towards the goal and also develops the brain.
  • By doing this the person becomes stress free.
  • By doing this meditation, positive thoughts arise and negative thoughts are eliminated.
  • The mind and brain remain completely calm.
  • There is always peace in the mind.
  • Achievements are accomplished automatically.
  • By doing it regularly, all your diseases will go away in no time.
  • Along with the diseases of the body, your mind will also become calm.

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Where to learn Vipassana (Vipassana Meditation Center In India)

Address of Vipassana Center – Vipassana International Academy, Dhammagiri, Igatpuri, District Nashik, Maharashtra. It is not necessary to go to Igatpuri to learn. There are many centers in the country. www.vridhamma.org is the website of Igatpuri Center of Vipassana. Here is complete information about Vipassana. You can get details of all the training centers by going to Contact Us on the home page. You can also book online at www.dhamma.org. There is usually waiting, so book in advance.

India is home to approximately 89 Vipassana meditation centers. These courses are offered bilingually, these courses are offered throughout the year. Today there are about 170 Vipassana centers and 130 non-centres in the world. Vipassana courses of 10, 20, 30, 45 and 60 days are conducted at these centres. These courses are free. Among these courses, most of the 10-day residential courses in Vipassana centers are famous. This is the basic and shortest course. During these 10 days, a student learning Vipassana meditation has to work seriously.

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Time Table For Vipassana Courses

This course is of 10 days, but it takes a total of 12 days. Out of which ten days seem complete and two days seem incomplete. The seeker has to reach the center a day before, registration takes place between 2 to 4 pm, other things like mobile are collected, and a sleeping room is allotted to you. From 5 pm to about 9 pm, information about the rules of the course is provided, along with being allotted a seat in the meditation room, in which one has to sit and meditate all day.

The course ends at 7:30 am on the 11th day. Each center offers 2 courses in a month. Instructions on how to meditate are given through recorded audio tapes in Hindi and English. Every night there is a sermon by Goenka ji for one and a half hour, in which the intricacies of pure religion and meditation are explained. This is all one has to do for the first three days. Vipassana is taught on the fourth day and practiced for the remaining 7 days. Due to this, a person is able to remain balanced even in happiness and sorrow. His minor diseases go away just like that.

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This course of Vipassana is completely free, there is no charge for accommodation and food here. All the expenses of the camp are covered by the donations given by the old seekers. No expenses of any kind are given to the Sadhaks, these Sadhaks serve as per their own wish. After the camp is over, one can donate for future camps, but donations are taken only from those who have already done the course.

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