"S.N. Goenka explains vipassana meditation in" this video
Saxon Road, Saxmundham. IP17 1EF Suffolk.
Dhamma Sukhakari was purchased on December 15th 2010 by the East Anglia Branch of the UK Vipassana Trust. In Pali language Sukhakari means 'giving happiness' so the full meaning is 'Giving the happiness of Dhamma'.
The Dhamma House can accommodate up to 28 people and offers 1 day, weekend and 3 day Assistant Teacher lead courses to students who have already completed a full 10 day coursers.
There are also 1 day and residential courses for Children and young people, children's courses.
The local Trust try to have a full time caretaker/ manager on-site to enable daily group sittings for those in the area. As it is not always possible to have a full-time manager please phone before arriving to ensure you can get in.
The location of the Dhamma Sukhakari, Saxmundham in Suffolk, is central to the region, with easy access to transport hubs as well as the major roads within the region.
Vipassana, which means to see things as they really are, is one of India's most ancient techniques of meditation. It was taught in India more than 2500 years ago as a universal remedy for universal ills, i.e., an Art of Living. For those who are not familiar with Vipassana Meditation, an Introduction to Vipassana by Mr. Goenka is available.
The technique of Vipassana Meditation is taught at ten-day residential courses during which participants learn the basics of the method, and practice sufficiently to experience its beneficial results. There are no charges for the courses - not even to cover the cost of food and accommodation. All expenses are met by donations from people who, having completed a course and experienced the benefits of Vipassana, wish to give others the opportunity to also benefit. More about the technique and the rules of a course...
Courses are run solely on a donation basis. No charges are made, not even to cover the cost of food and accommodation. All expenses are met by donations from those who have already completed courses, experienced the benefits of Vipassana and wish to give others the same opportunity. Neither the teacher nor the assistant teachers receive remuneration; they and others who help on the courses volunteer their time freely.