S.N. Goenka explains Vipassana meditation in this video (20 minutes).
Vipassana, which means to see things as they really are, is one of India's most ancient techniques of meditation. It was taught more than 2500 years ago as a universal remedy for universal ills, i.e., an Art of Living. For those who are not familiar with Vipassana Meditation, an Introduction to Vipassana by Mr. Goenka is available.
The technique of Vipassana Meditation is taught at ten-day residential courses during which participants learn the basics of the method, and practise sufficiently to experience its beneficial results. No previous experience of meditation is required. After reviewing the Code of Discipline for Vipassana courses and checking the course schedule, you may apply for a course.
In Poland, courses are held all year round in the new centre, Dhamma Pallava, built in 2017. Information about the course dates for this year and how to apply can be found on the Courses page. For information about courses in other parts of the world, please visit www.dhamma.org
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.
The Polish Foundation of Vipassana Meditation is a Public Benefit Organization. It allows the Foundation to receive 1% of income tax from individuals. The KRS number of Foundation is: 0000370893