3 learnings

1- Love what you’re doing, be obsessed

Well knowing that you’ll do your job in average about 8h per day. It makes sense to consider doing something you truly like!

Ask yourself what is the goal after the goal

Monk Varayano

2- Effort & hardworking

Well, we still haven’t found any magic solution on this. Hardworking remains one of the best solutions if you wanna success in your journey.

Live in the present moment

Monk Varayano

3- Focus and concentration

Meditating before starting to work can be an important trick to perform better.

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About Vipassana

What is Vipassana?

If you ask Google you will end up with a definition looking like: Vipassanā or vipaśyanā, is prajñā “insight into the true nature of reality”, defined as dukkha “suffering, unsatisfactoriness”, anatta “non-self”, and anicca “impermanence”, the three marks of existence in the Theravada tradition, and as śūnyatā “emptiness” and Buddha-nature in the Mahayana traditions.

For the ones who will feel confused by this, Vipassana is a meditation tecnics. Historically the one teached by Buddha. Currently the biggest organization, or one of the most known at least, teaching it is called http://dhamma.org they organize 10 day-silent retreat worldwide.

How did my Vipassana retreat look like

Daily routine
05:00 = Morning Chanting alone
06:30 = Rice Offering to the monks
07:00 = Breakfast
08:00 = Vipassana meditation
10:30 = Rice offering to monks
11:00 = Lunch
13:00 = Vipassana meditation
16:00 = Cleaning of the area
17:00 = Relax, tea break
18:00 = Chanting and meditation
20:00 = Vipassana on our own
22:00 = Sleep

My personal feedback
It was definitely a great experience. I recommend anyone who has the chance of taking a few days off to try any retreat. Newbies and experienced meditators are welcome in those centers.
It’s good to get people to help you better understand the principles behind the meditation. Some may feel the time passing too slow. Personally, I really enjoyed taking time outside our daily routine. No email, no what’s app, no stimulus …

A few elements to investigate more on the subject

Reduce ego and greed, materialism is bad. Be a happy person

Monk Varayano

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