Bodh Gaya: Thabarwa Dhamma Gaya Meditation Centre to host 7-day Vipassana course at Mahabodhi Mahavihara
The Thabarwa Dhamma Gaya Meditation Centre in Bodh Gaya will host a seven-day Vipassana course at the sacred Mahabodhi Mahavihara, media reports said.
Taking place from June 30-July 6, the 7-day course will take place in collaboration with esteemed organizations such as the Department of Buddhist Studies at the University of Calcutta, the Maha Bodhi Society of India, and the Angarika Dhammapala International Institute of Pali and Buddhist Studies, Sarnath, reports The Bhutan Live as quoted by ANI.
Vipassana, which translates to “insight” in Pali, is an ancient meditation technique used to enhance self-awareness and mental clarity.
This course, based on the teachings of the historical Buddha, will provide participants with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to embark on a transforming journey with the esteemed Venerable Dr Virakari of the Thabarwa Dhamma Gaya Meditation Centre in Yangon, Myanmar, reports the Indian news agency.
According to Bhutan Live, the attendees will participate in intense meditation sessions for seven days, concentrating on increasing mindfulness, concentration, and profound insight.
They will also obtain a profound grasp of their own mental and physical processes by being encouraged to observe their thoughts, emotions, and bodily sensations. The course provides a friendly and congenial setting in which participants may disconnect from daily distractions and truly immerse themselves in their practice, ANI reported.