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Vipassana meditation is a simple, practical technique for achieving inner peace and leading to a happy, productive life. Without any dogma, it shows how to experience the truths of which the Buddha spoke. S.N. Goenka is one of the foremost lay Vipassana teachers of our time. This study of his teaching was prepared under his guidance and with his approval. It was first publi Vipassana meditation is a simple, practical technique for achieving inner peace and leading to a happy, productive life. Without any dogma, it shows how to experience the truths of which the Buddha spoke. S.N. Goenka is one of the foremost lay Vipassana teachers of our time. This study of his teaching was prepared under his guidance and with his approval. It was first published in book form in 1987 by Harper and Row (now HarperCollins). In this audio CD version, each chapter is read by the author, and is followed by a story told by S.N. Goenka himself, taken directly from the talks he gives during a Vipassana course. This is not a teach-yourself course for practicing Vipassana. Instead, it offers the listener a vivid picture of what it is like to practice Vipassana and what the technique can achieve. 4 CDs, comprising 5 hours. Also available as an MP3 and paperback book.


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Vipassana meditation is a simple, practical technique for achieving inner peace and leading to a happy, productive life. Without any dogma, it shows how to experience the truths of which the Buddha spoke. S.N. Goenka is one of the foremost lay Vipassana teachers of our time. This study of his teaching was prepared under his guidance and with his approval. It was first publi Vipassana meditation is a simple, practical technique for achieving inner peace and leading to a happy, productive life. Without any dogma, it shows how to experience the truths of which the Buddha spoke. S.N. Goenka is one of the foremost lay Vipassana teachers of our time. This study of his teaching was prepared under his guidance and with his approval. It was first published in book form in 1987 by Harper and Row (now HarperCollins). In this audio CD version, each chapter is read by the author, and is followed by a story told by S.N. Goenka himself, taken directly from the talks he gives during a Vipassana course. This is not a teach-yourself course for practicing Vipassana. Instead, it offers the listener a vivid picture of what it is like to practice Vipassana and what the technique can achieve. 4 CDs, comprising 5 hours. Also available as an MP3 and paperback book.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Brendan

    read this book, take a vipassana meditation course. it is honestly one of the most fulfilling experiences you can have on the planet that doesn't involve something illegal.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Greg Brooks-English

    This book is a review of the practice and theory that underpins the foundations of SN Goenka's famous 10-day meditation retreats. A former Hindu industrialist suffering from chronic migraine headaches sought treatment from all the world's best medical doctors and found no treatment. It was only after he did a Vipassana retreat that his headaches cleared up. This pure Buddhist teaching was preserved and kept in Mayanmar (Burma) and reintroduced to India and the world where it is one of the fastes This book is a review of the practice and theory that underpins the foundations of SN Goenka's famous 10-day meditation retreats. A former Hindu industrialist suffering from chronic migraine headaches sought treatment from all the world's best medical doctors and found no treatment. It was only after he did a Vipassana retreat that his headaches cleared up. This pure Buddhist teaching was preserved and kept in Mayanmar (Burma) and reintroduced to India and the world where it is one of the fastest growing Buddhist teachings in West and East (www.dhamma.org). Participants agree to practice the five precepts on the retreat of no stealing, lying, sex, drugs, etc., and to not leave during the 10 days (though if you really really want to, you can). Retreatants begin the first three days with shamatta, or calm-abbiding, which calms the mind whilst focusing on the in and out flow of the breath on the bridge between both nostrils - as the narrower the focal point the sharper the mind becomes. On the fourth day, Vipassana begins, meaning looking deeply. Meditators focus their awareness on the sensations arising from sitting in one position without moving or attaching to pleasant ones or pushing away unpleasant ones. Out of this strong effort, one's impurities are elminated, as you are doing this for about 10.5 hours daily, plus a 1.5 hour dharma talk daily (which are really fun and wholesome and a great relief from meditating all day long - whew!), amazing things happen!!! For each participant it is unique and suited to them because it's their own mind. Speaking for myself, my first 10-day retreat I relieved every sexual encounter of my entire life, helping me to become aware of just how much I overvalued sex over time. On the next retreat, I did a life review of my own death, touch such profound depths of gratitude, and finally I saw much deeper things which I am not at liberty to speak about. Can't recommend this book highly enough, but even more - go on the darn retreat and see for your yourself. The real test of the retreat is that it's offered by donation only. If you don't have money, no problem, and if you have lots of money, no problem. Just go! They have them in Korea now too!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tara

    I attended the ten-day course in Onalaska, WA in May 2012. We began "noble silence" on day zero, and left on day twelve. For the ten days in-between, we observed the noble silence: no talking or looking at any other student. This is to help the student feel as thought they are in isolation, and to minimize distractions. The meditation retreat was the best gift I ever gave myself. The study of Vipassana meditation is non-religious, and can be applied by anyone regardless of religion. To be clear, it I attended the ten-day course in Onalaska, WA in May 2012. We began "noble silence" on day zero, and left on day twelve. For the ten days in-between, we observed the noble silence: no talking or looking at any other student. This is to help the student feel as thought they are in isolation, and to minimize distractions. The meditation retreat was the best gift I ever gave myself. The study of Vipassana meditation is non-religious, and can be applied by anyone regardless of religion. To be clear, it is not a push on buddhism, although the buddah did teach this technique. All can benefit from Vipassana. The author S.N. Goenka is a hindu. I am a Christian. If you are at all interested, please talk to me about my experience. Here is the website: http://www.kunja.dhamma.org/

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lapis Lazuli

    I absolutely love this book. I would recommend this book to anyone if... - you're interested in developing inner peace and wisdom - you're interested in meditation - you're interested in the mind-body phenomena

  5. 5 out of 5

    Carlton Davis

    If you are looking for a book to explain Vipassana Meditation and the core principles of Buddhism, this is the book to read. It is very clear and precise. Wonderful short stories are attached to the end of each chapter on the various aspects of the practice. My favorite is the story of the two rings: one set with a diamond and the other a simple silver ring inscribed "This will also change."

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nishad

    This book is an excellent introduction to the wonderful technique of 'Vipassana' which is most secular, logical and scientific method of meditation I have ever came across. Most of the texts, concepts and theories in the book are basically compilation of the 'Dhamma' discourses given at actual 10-day-retreat. However the writing style is simple, clear and concise enough to be understood by general readers. Accompanied with short stories and Q&A at the end of each chapters, it makes reading more This book is an excellent introduction to the wonderful technique of 'Vipassana' which is most secular, logical and scientific method of meditation I have ever came across. Most of the texts, concepts and theories in the book are basically compilation of the 'Dhamma' discourses given at actual 10-day-retreat. However the writing style is simple, clear and concise enough to be understood by general readers. Accompanied with short stories and Q&A at the end of each chapters, it makes reading more fun and maintain a good flow. I agree it will be more valuable resource/reference book for the ones who have already participated the course or ones thinking of taking one. Though it is equally insightful book for anyone interested in meditation, mind-body phenomenon, self improvement and understanding or in general wanting to be develop inner peace and wisdom. I am sure everyone will definitely get something beneficial out of this book and hopefully inspire them to try out this wonderful meditation technique. Finally having participated the course, I can say it has been a very unique, fulfilling and profound experience for me and I am super grateful to have come across it. Can't recommend enough for everyone to give this technique a try. Reading this book would be a great starting point followed by participating in the course and obviously practicing it to 'really experience' it by 'yourself' and feel the difference. May all beings be happy, peaceful and liberated.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Bharath

    This is an honest book written in simple language explaining vipassana meditation techniques and key teachings of the Buddha. It is a good companion to have which can be read prior to attending a course and referring to the concepts at a later date. Though it does not discuss any meditation techniques for which the course has to be attended, it does cover background, concepts and benefits. It has a good Q&A with SN Goenka and simple stories to make the point. This is an honest book written in simple language explaining vipassana meditation techniques and key teachings of the Buddha. It is a good companion to have which can be read prior to attending a course and referring to the concepts at a later date. Though it does not discuss any meditation techniques for which the course has to be attended, it does cover background, concepts and benefits. It has a good Q&A with SN Goenka and simple stories to make the point.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Juergen

    Though nominally written by William Hart, the text is pure Goenka. This book is a great primer on the particular practice of Vipassana as passed on by Goenkaji (and through is teacher Sayagyi U Bha Khin). There's many references to the Buddha's teachings via quotes from a number of different suttas, and they get to the heart of some essential topics (e.g. the three characteristics, four noble truths, five khandas, Satipatthana sutta). If you've practiced and studied Buddhist teachings a little, Though nominally written by William Hart, the text is pure Goenka. This book is a great primer on the particular practice of Vipassana as passed on by Goenkaji (and through is teacher Sayagyi U Bha Khin). There's many references to the Buddha's teachings via quotes from a number of different suttas, and they get to the heart of some essential topics (e.g. the three characteristics, four noble truths, five khandas, Satipatthana sutta). If you've practiced and studied Buddhist teachings a little, there will be no surprises here. If you're new to Buddhism, I would read this book with the view that it can and should be re-read once one has some practice time logged. In truth, I think this book has good value for future review. Finally, I was saddened to learn that Goenkaji passed away but two days before I finished reading this book. His contribution to our modern day practice of meditation cannot be measured. This book serves as a tribute to this.

  9. 4 out of 5

    William

    I just finished a 10 day silent retreat with S.N.Goenka. It was absolutely amazing and I learned so much. This book is essentially that training. Don't know how much a person could get just by reading it. Afterwards, though, it is a great resource.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Phil Calandra

    "The Art of Living..." is the study of Vipassana Meditation which is the technique of exploring the subtle inner reality. The two primary exercises to this end is the focus on respiration and the observation of sensation. Both these exercises are designed to gain right awareness and to show the practitioner that there is no permanent "self" or "ego". The "self" is explained as a delusion that is formed by the combination of mental and physical processes that are in constant flux and movement. Th "The Art of Living..." is the study of Vipassana Meditation which is the technique of exploring the subtle inner reality. The two primary exercises to this end is the focus on respiration and the observation of sensation. Both these exercises are designed to gain right awareness and to show the practitioner that there is no permanent "self" or "ego". The "self" is explained as a delusion that is formed by the combination of mental and physical processes that are in constant flux and movement. The practical side of Vipassana Meditation is the freedom of suffering and full liberation. The author further states that there is an experience, "Nibbana", that is beyond the field of mind and matter, that is unconditional, beyond death and is the ultimate reality. The question is how can the delusional "self" shed light on the unconditional nature of the ultimate reality. If, indeed, there is the dissolution of the "self," who or what is It that knows? Vipassana Meditation is taught in courses of ten days for those interested in learning the technique. The reviews of this course are mixed and this course appears to be very challenging. I would, however highly recommend this book.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Neelam

    this book is written by william hart who is very old student of vipassana learnt from s.n goenkaji.. so he added question-answer in between which is answered by goenka ji..i felt this question are those which will come in every vipassana student as he will practicing more.so i felt very happy reading that main.. secondly the technique and with add on some good eg. of s.n goenka ji is well described in this book.still as said by goenkaji it is not something u can read and learn at home..so first this book is written by william hart who is very old student of vipassana learnt from s.n goenkaji.. so he added question-answer in between which is answered by goenka ji..i felt this question are those which will come in every vipassana student as he will practicing more.so i felt very happy reading that main.. secondly the technique and with add on some good eg. of s.n goenka ji is well described in this book.still as said by goenkaji it is not something u can read and learn at home..so first atlest you have to complete 1 ten day course than u will understand better.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Eric Perreault

    Solid survey of fundamental Buddhist teachings in the context of Vipassana practice. This book covers more ground regarding the theory and practical application of meditation proper than most primers on Buddhism. It covers proportionally less ground in top-down philosophy and metaphysics. + Sutra citations are in endnotes and translations are very clear, helping the text flow. + Sequence of ideas is logical for those without a background in dharma study. + Alternating philosophical prose with short Solid survey of fundamental Buddhist teachings in the context of Vipassana practice. This book covers more ground regarding the theory and practical application of meditation proper than most primers on Buddhism. It covers proportionally less ground in top-down philosophy and metaphysics. + Sutra citations are in endnotes and translations are very clear, helping the text flow. + Sequence of ideas is logical for those without a background in dharma study. + Alternating philosophical prose with short allegories keeps things fresh. + Q&A at the end of each chapter is very helpful. + Vipassana hits a sweet spot for many westerners like myself who find the tangible moral and meditation practices deeply fruitful while requiring minimal "beliefs." Absent are discussions of other realms, demigods and bodhisattvas, supernatural powers, and colorful afterlives which decorate most later branches of Buddhism. If Thai forest tradition / Theravada texts tend to resonate with you, this will also. = There's a dearth of specifics in implementing a daily practice ("how much and when and where?"). For example, it's mentioned that body scanning is done in order but no particular order is every described. This is by design - you're supposed to attend a course in person, which is available free of cost thanks to the donations of old students. That said, this is 2017 and daring readers are liable to try to use this book as a teach-along for solitary practice, which is a Bad Idea. - Some of the allegories are a little bit eye rolley - This is more a personal niggle I might have with Vipassana at large rather than the book but the idea of perceiving the individual subatomic particles comprising your body crosses the "Woo" line for me. As does the notion that these particles are manifested from mental forces. This is not astral-projection Woo or chakra-alignment Woo or any Woo like that but still more than I can swallow. The rest of the book passed my smell test as a western skeptical-minded independent Buddhist atheist kind of person, so fear not overmuch if you are like me. I would recommend this to anyone who has been to a course and would like a refresher in the future, or who has an established dharma practice of their own already and is curious about Vipassana in particular.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Teo 2050

    2016.08.20–2016.11.28, 2017.02.19–2017.03.10, 2019.04.09–2019.04.10 Hart W (1987) (05:12) Art of Living, The - Vipassana Meditation as Taught by S. N. Goenka Foreword by S. N. Goenka Preface Introduction • Story: Swimology 01. The Search • Questions and Answers • Story: To Walk on the Path 02. The Starting Point • Matter • Mind • Questions and Answers • Story: The Buddha and the Scientist 03. The Immediate Cause • Kamma • Three Types of Actions • The Cause of Suffering • Questions and Answers • Story: Seed and Fruit 2016.08.20–2016.11.28, 2017.02.19–2017.03.10, 2019.04.09–2019.04.10 Hart W (1987) (05:12) Art of Living, The - Vipassana Meditation as Taught by S. N. Goenka Foreword by S. N. Goenka Preface Introduction • Story: Swimology 01. The Search • Questions and Answers • Story: To Walk on the Path 02. The Starting Point • Matter • Mind • Questions and Answers • Story: The Buddha and the Scientist 03. The Immediate Cause • Kamma • Three Types of Actions • The Cause of Suffering • Questions and Answers • Story: Seed and Fruit 04. The Root of the Problem • Suffering Defined • Attachment • Conditioned Arising: The Chain of Cause and Effect by Which Suffering Originates • The Way out of Suffering • The Flow of Successive Existences • Questions and Answers • Story: The Pebbles and the Ghee 05. The Training of Moral Conduct • The Value of Moral Practice • Right Speech • Right Action • The Precepts • Right Livelihood • Practice of Sīla in a Course of Vipassana Meditation • Questions and Answers • Story: The Doctor’s Prescription 06. The Training of Concentration • Right Effort • Right Awareness • Right Concentration • Questions and Answers • Story: The Crooked Milk Pudding 07. The Training of Wisdom • Right Thought • Right Understanding • Vipassanā-bhāvanā • Impermanence, Egolessness, and Suffering • Equanimity • The Way to Liberation • Questions and Answers • Story: The Two Rings 08. Awareness and Equanimity • The Stock of Past Reactions • Eradicating Old Conditioning • Questions and Answers • Story: Nothing But Seeing 09. The Goal • Penetration to Ultimate Truth • The Experience of Liberation • Real Happiness • Questions and Answers • Story: Filling the Bottle of Oil 10. The Art of Living • Questions and Answers • Story: The Striking of the Clock Appendix A: The Importance of Vedanā in the Teaching of the Buddha Appendix B: Passages on Vedanā from the Suttas Glossary of Pali Terms Notes List of VRI Publications List of Vipassana Meditation Centres

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jimmy Longley

    Reviewed as part of my 100 books challenge: http://jimmylongley.com/blog/books/ Run-on Sentence Summary A brief introduction to Vipassana meditation, and a guidebook for a popular 10 day retreat. Impressions I’ve read a lot about meditation over the years, and practiced it daily off and on since college. At the beginning of my travels, I wasn’t able to join my friends Nate and Kyle in taking this famous 10 day course, and have been hoping to find a good opportunity ever since. When I found this litt Reviewed as part of my 100 books challenge: http://jimmylongley.com/blog/books/ Run-on Sentence Summary A brief introduction to Vipassana meditation, and a guidebook for a popular 10 day retreat. Impressions I’ve read a lot about meditation over the years, and practiced it daily off and on since college. At the beginning of my travels, I wasn’t able to join my friends Nate and Kyle in taking this famous 10 day course, and have been hoping to find a good opportunity ever since. When I found this little book in a hostel in India, I thought I’d give it a go. I have read a lot about meditation, and practiced it off and on for years. I’ve read a handful of books on it, and I feel like this one is as good as any of them as a brief introduction to the basic precepts. This book is not about buddhism the religion, but the secular practice of meditation that was originally laid out by the buddha, as well as the basics of the 10 day meditation retreat championed by SN Goenka. Final Thoughts If you have any interest in meditation, give this short guide a read. I hope I get to take the course one day. Favorite Quote "Whatever necessities you require, work to get them. If you fail to get something, then smile and try again in a different way. If you succeed, then enjoy what you get, but without attachment."

  15. 4 out of 5

    Cori

    What intrigued me: This book was written from the teachings from S.N. Goenka who was referenced in Never Eat Alone, and seemed like a worthwhile starting point. What I liked: The structure of the book worked for me, lesson - Q&A - story. The Immediate Cause was my favorite chapter and very inspiring. It talked about a bunch of cliches that never made sense to me that all of a sudden clicked for me. The "real kamma" is mental action and I have been vary wary of sowing neem seeds since reading th What intrigued me: This book was written from the teachings from S.N. Goenka who was referenced in Never Eat Alone, and seemed like a worthwhile starting point. What I liked: The structure of the book worked for me, lesson - Q&A - story. The Immediate Cause was my favorite chapter and very inspiring. It talked about a bunch of cliches that never made sense to me that all of a sudden clicked for me. The "real kamma" is mental action and I have been vary wary of sowing neem seeds since reading this book. What I didn't like: This book was really hard for me to read. It was only 168 pages and it took me 18 days to read it. That is a really long time for me. I think it was because the vocabulary was all new to me (I still don't know if I am saying vipassana correctly) and some of the messages take a while to decipher. Favorite quote: “If you start crying over the suffering of others, you make only yourself unhappy...If you have true compassion, then with all love you try and help others to the best of your ability. If you fail, you smile and try another way to help.”

  16. 5 out of 5

    The Modest Yin

    Absolutely not a book to read for only one time! The book is an excellent supplement to the 10-day Vipassana course by S.N. Goenka. Thus, I don't fully recommend reading this book before taking any official meditation course first as you may get confused or even perplexed by the jargon inside. Moreover, if you only read this book without attending the course, you'll only gain "suta-maya panna" (wisdom gained from listening to others) or at most "cinta-maya panna" (wisdom gained by intellectual a Absolutely not a book to read for only one time! The book is an excellent supplement to the 10-day Vipassana course by S.N. Goenka. Thus, I don't fully recommend reading this book before taking any official meditation course first as you may get confused or even perplexed by the jargon inside. Moreover, if you only read this book without attending the course, you'll only gain "suta-maya panna" (wisdom gained from listening to others) or at most "cinta-maya panna" (wisdom gained by intellectual analysis). In order to reap the full benefits of Vipassana meditation, it is again highly recommended to participate in one course and put your very first steps in the path of developing "bhavana-maya panna" (wisdom from direct, personal experience). Nevertheless, besides the analysis and discourse in the book, the author efficiently illustrates them with stories that are believed to provide you with a lot of food for thought.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mitchell

    This book is an excellent resource for those who have taken, or for those who are considering taking, a Vipassana course as taught by S. N. Goenka. Writing and reading are not permitted when you “sit” the meditation courses and so having some of the teachings, techniques and stories written down is beneficial. The author, William Hart, is obviously a masterful practitioner of this Vipassana practice and his writings follow closely what is presented during the courses. If you are not a student an This book is an excellent resource for those who have taken, or for those who are considering taking, a Vipassana course as taught by S. N. Goenka. Writing and reading are not permitted when you “sit” the meditation courses and so having some of the teachings, techniques and stories written down is beneficial. The author, William Hart, is obviously a masterful practitioner of this Vipassana practice and his writings follow closely what is presented during the courses. If you are not a student and/or practitioner of this Vipassana practice, or don’t plan to be, this book is not likely to be of specific benefit to you. The information in this book is not unique and much of the general content can be found in other books on mediation and Dharma, and if you have never read anything on meditation or never practiced, perhaps this in not the place to start. May all beings be happy!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Hannah

    Super accessible explanation of vipassana as understood by Goenka/Sayagyi U Ba Khin, mostly in Goenkaji’s words. My only problems with this book are my same problems/questions/complications with this style of meditation overall, namely: —> Anything outside heterosexual monogamy is classed as “sexual misconduct” under Precept 3 —> Under Precept 5 you’re supposed to abstain from all intoxicants...except those prescribed by a doctor. This doesn’t mesh well with my understanding of criminalization wit Super accessible explanation of vipassana as understood by Goenka/Sayagyi U Ba Khin, mostly in Goenkaji’s words. My only problems with this book are my same problems/questions/complications with this style of meditation overall, namely: —> Anything outside heterosexual monogamy is classed as “sexual misconduct” under Precept 3 —> Under Precept 5 you’re supposed to abstain from all intoxicants...except those prescribed by a doctor. This doesn’t mesh well with my understanding of criminalization within a white supremacist and capitalist context (i.e. what doctors prescribe is a poor judge of which substances are appropriate & likely more based in legal liability than dhamma) —> My training in trauma & the nervous system increasingly makes me question the wisdom of, or need more nuance around, holding still and not responding to pain

  19. 5 out of 5

    Bakunin

    I bought this book after I attended a 10-day silent retreat in India. I can strongly recommend it to anyone who wants to understand Vipassana better. William Hart goes through Goenkas 10-day course and provides indepth explanation of the technique so that one is left with a better understanding of vipassana afterwards. I will probably reread this book again later this year just to keep everything afloat.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sparji

    It comes closest to the best book that I have read till date on meditation and what it can do for you. I understand that perhaps one cannot get the technique right till one goes for the 10 day conclave but at least one knows the reasoning behind it and what it can lead to.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sebouh

    Read this book before I sit a 10 day vipassana course. It really helped me to have an idea of what I'm going to do and understand the philosophy I will be taught.. I recommend it to anyone who's interested in doing a Vipassana course or of course anyone who has done a course before!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    i just finished this book. i recently finished the 10 day silent vipassana retreat in north fork, california, and it had a profound affect on me. i want to maintain the awareness i felt there.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Maxime

    Was doubtful about Vipassana but after reading and enjoying this book I feel now more in touch with it and definitely motivated to do a 10days courses as soon as I can ! :)

  24. 5 out of 5

    D.B. John

    A masterpiece of concision, clarity, and profundity. Free of any mystical or esoteric claptrap.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Chetan

    Learning the art of meditation that this book derives from is one of the best gifts one can give oneself. This book is based on the evening discourses that my teacher S. N. Goenka gives during his 10-day meditation retreat. The 10-day retreat is a introductory course into the teachings of the Buddha and the technique of meditation that he taught. This book is a great resource for those who have attended a retreat and need something to refresh some of the concepts taught in it. I don't recommend Learning the art of meditation that this book derives from is one of the best gifts one can give oneself. This book is based on the evening discourses that my teacher S. N. Goenka gives during his 10-day meditation retreat. The 10-day retreat is a introductory course into the teachings of the Buddha and the technique of meditation that he taught. This book is a great resource for those who have attended a retreat and need something to refresh some of the concepts taught in it. I don't recommend reading this if you have not sat a course with S.N. Goenka or one of his assistant teachers.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Rafi Shah

    Incredibly simple but powerful book which sounds true. Loved it!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Meera Neupane

    Full of wisdom!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ashok Krishna

    Absolute, blissful wisdom! (Will share the complete review soon)

  29. 4 out of 5

    Arun Datchan

    Everyone should try reading this..!😀😀💚 Must read ! Enjoyed it.!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Line

    This is like the theoretical workbook behind The Matrix but without the digital stuff: Do as prescribed and you have taken the red pill - for your mind.

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