Vipassana Meditation and Body Sensation: Eilona Ariel at TEDxJaffa 2013



Eilona Ariel is a documentary filmmaker whose work was deeply inspired by her life in Asia and her practice of the ancient meditation technique called …

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  1. Than You for this Inspiring Story ….yes indeed the Future is Meditation Life and to benefit from ancient Teachings …we must be a Vegan guys ..trust me …Animals in our Stomach and Talk about love peace kindness ..compassion ….will not help you benefit from The Meditation fully …
    It's Time Guys …The planet is dying …we got to do sth ..before it's too late

  2. I think only people with "problems" should go for this meditation. You are the boss of your mind and body, you can do everything you put in your mind without meditation, im not saying meditation is bad.

  3. I can honestly say that together with assisting the birth of my daughter and meeting my family in Iran for the first time, Vipassana has been among the most valuable experiences of my life. Just as with having a psychedelic experience, this technique enriches the mind in ways you can't possibly imagine before you enter the course; it opens windows of perception. I am forever grateful and wish these simple pragmatic teachings for everyone.

    With every metta at the end of an hour's session I include thanks to Goenka and all those who passed down the teachings. I will be forever in their debt and I continuously try to pay it forward by informing people about Vipassana and look forward to joining the course again next year as a server.

  4. Vipasanna course????? That's our natural way of life I believe! You can practice it right where you are, will see some initial hiccups, though!

    And additionally, people might call you crazy as Eilona's sister did!

  5. I'd really like to do a 10-day vipassana course. I have so much anger in me at the moment, I hate it.
    Hopefully a vipassana course will help me deal with it.

  6. I did a 30 day course in Thailand over 30 years ago. It was certainly one of the greatest experiences in my life. After that drugs became meaningless because meditation provided a greater relief and peace of mind, so I stopped. By that time, I had already stopped drinking, that too didn't provide any benefits anymore. It did, however, increased my physical senses but I knew what to do with the sensations after that experience. According to the teacher, I had failed but I considered it an great awakening.

  7. Vippasana; react to both outside to the object one by one to be wholesome happy or unwhlosome un happy, insjde to inside such as thought that can lead one to up,down,or to the Middle Path.! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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