Vipassana Meditation Course Application
Zurich - One Day Course - 14/12/2019

Select Yes if you are an old student in this tradition



One-day courses are a valuable way for old students to strengthen their practice.

Only those who have completed a 10-day course with S.N. Goenka or one of his assistant teachers can be accepted on a one-day course.

1-day course schedule

08 15 - 08 30 Arrival
09 00             Introduction by manager, beginning of noble silence
09 10 - 10 00 Anapana
10 00 - 10 10 Short break
10 10 - 11 00 Meditation (Anapana)
11 00 - 11 10 Short break
11 10 - 12 00 Vipassana
12 00 - 12 50 Lunch and break
12 50 - 13 40 Meditation (Vipassana)
13 40 - 13 50 Short break
13 50 - 14 50 Groupsitting (Addhitthana)
14 50 - 15 00 Short break
15 00 - 15 20 Metta Bhavana
15 20 - 16 00 Discourse

After

o      Question to the teacher
o      Tea, coffee and cakes

Please be aware that it is not possible to arrive later or to leave earlier as given in the time table.


All the rules for a 10-day course, including Noble Silence, apply. Please remind yourself by reading the Code of Discipline

What to bring? 

If the course is not at a centre, please bring the following:

  • Your own cushions and meditation shawl.
  • Your own vegetarian lunch. Please do not bring eggs or meat. 

Please register for this course by completing the following form. 



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