My 10 Day Vipassana Meditation Experience

I’ve been getting asked a lot about how the 10-day silent Vipassana meditation retreat was that I completed about a month ago. So I created a spoken word catch-you-up video on the past 35 or so days, including what happened when I stopped speaking for 10 days and sat in meditation for 100 hours!

This video has a lot of teaching nuggets and a personal review of my experience of 10 days sitting in Vipassana meditation. It’s a bit different than a typical video with one topic, let me know your thoughts or questions in the comments below.

Below the video you’ll find the bullets of what I discuss throughout the video.  Enjoy and I hope you find value.

  • ​What is Vipassana?
  • Why 10 days of silence?
  • Why I got fed up with the personal growth industry?
  • The need to get more quiet and be more introspective.
  • Humans have craving – it’s primal.
  • Looking for connection?
  • Carrying trauma.
  • Repeating patterns.
  • Go inward and observe your body without judgement
  • We want to look outward because it’s easier.
  • Looking inward, makes us see shame, fear, craving.
  • Incredibly challenging. Day 4 was tough!
  • Losing your mind – it can be a good thing.
  • Observations of craving, aversion and ignorance.
  • Judging others.
  • Forgetting how to breathe.
  • Trusting yourself.
  • Commitment – a deep level of commitment.
  • Meditation practice and moving forward.

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Thank you,


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