I Meditated For 12 Hours A Day For 10 Days
Today, I’ll be talking about my experience and takeaways from a 10-day Vipassana retreat that I went to last month. This is the first of a three-part series, and this first one will touch on my general experiences and expectations coming into the retreat. This is a change of pace from the usual content, but I promise it will be worth your time! I hope you get some value from it.
This retreat is coordinated by dhamma.org, a non-religious, non-sectarian group that uses the principles and teachings of Buddha. They use three meditation styles: Anapana, Vipassana, and Metta. For me, the last one is the easiest to do and could be done in about a 10-minute commitment. The others are more complex and you would need to sign up for a 10-day retreat to learn them. It is not my aim to teach these things, nor am I trying to shove Buddhism into your lives, but this is rather just me sharing my experience, as it was an extremely positive experience overall.
Learn more about the organizer of these retreats -- Dhamma.org
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