Vipassana Meditation in Swaziland
Offering courses in Vipassana Meditation as taught by S.N. Goenka
in the tradition of Sayagyi U Ba Khin
Meditation courses are held at both centres and non-centre locations. Meditation centres are a dedicated facilities where courses are held regularly throughout the year. Before Meditation Centres were established in this tradition, all courses were held at temporary sites, such as campgrounds, religious retreat centres, churches and the like. Today, in regions where Centres have not yet been established by local students of Vipassana who live in the area, 10 Day meditation courses are still held at temporary non-centre course sites.
All ten day courses begin on the evening of the first day
and end on the early morning of the last day.
To apply for a course, please click on a convenient date in the course schedule below.
To access the Old Student Regional Site please click here. A user name and password will be required to access these pages.
All courses are run solely on a donation basis. All expenses are met by donations from those who, having completed a course and experienced the benefits of Vipassana, wish to give others the same opportunity. Neither the Teacher nor the assistant teachers receive remuneration; they and those who serve the courses volunteer their time. Thus Vipassana is offered free from commercialisation.
- Those who have completed a 10-day Vipassana Meditation course with S.N. Goenka
or his Assistant Teachers.
are an introductory course to Vipassana Meditation
where the technique is taught step-by-step each day.
The courses begin after a 2-4 pm registration period and
orientation, followed by 10 full days of meditation, and
end the morning of the 11th day by 7:30am.
Old Student short courses
(1-3 days) are for any student who has completed the 10-day course with
S.N. Goenka and his assistant teachers. All old students are welcome to
apply to attend these courses, including those where it has been some
time since their last course.
Satipatthana Sutta courses have the same timetable and discipline as 10-day course. The difference is that in the taped evening discourses the Satipatthana Sutta is carefully examined. This is the principal text in which the technique of Vipassana is systematically explained. These courses are open to serious old students who have completed at least three 10-day courses, have not been practising any other meditation techniques since last 10-day course, have been practising this technique of Vipassana for at least one year, are trying to maintain the five precepts in their daily lives, and trying to maintain daily practice.
Teenagers' Anapana Courses
are available for teens in different age ranges
from 13-18 years old. Their parents/guardians do not have
to be Vipassana meditators.
For further information and age ranges for children click
Children's Anapana Courses
are open for all children aged 8-12 years old who wish to learn to
meditate. Their parents/guardians do not have to be meditators.