Frequently Asked Support Questions
How do I check the status, update, or cancel my application for a 10-day course?
Please directly contact the center where you applied for a course as only they have access to the course applications. You can locate the contact information for worldwide centers either at Locations or on Dhamma.org mobile app at More > Locations.
How to search and apply for a 10-day Vipassana course?
Applying for a 10-day Vipassana course is done through our website or mobile app. You can search and apply for a course by going to either the following link https://www.dhamma.org/courses/search or on Dhamma.org mobile app to the Course screen accessible from the bottom navigation menu.
How to search and apply for an executive course?
Applying for a course is done through our website or mobile app. You can search and apply for an executive course by going to either the following link Course Search and then clicking on the “For Executives” tab or on Dhamma.org mobile app to the Course screen accessible from the bottom navigation menu and setting the top filter selection to “For Executives”.
How to study common questions and answers about the technique and a 10-day course?
What are dhamma.org mobile apps and how do I install them?
What is the URL for the Old Student website?
What is the username and password for the Old Student website?
To receive this information, please send us an e-mail providing the name of the teacher that you have taken your last course with, the approximate month and year of your last course, and the country of your last course.
Who can serve on a 10-day Vipassana course?
Students who have completed at least one 10-day Vipassana course as taught by S.N. Goenka and who have not practiced any other meditation technique since their last Vipassana course may serve.
How can I donate?
Each student who attends a Vipassana course is given this gift by a previous student. There is no charge for either the teaching, or for room and board. All Vipassana courses worldwide are run on a strictly voluntary donation basis. At the end of your course, if you have benefited from the experience, you are welcome to donate for the coming course, according to your volition and your means. For more information about dana, you can go to Dana (Donations) which includes info about donating to centers and also some international projects, and about bequests. On the mobile app you can locate at More > Dana (Donations).
What if I have a question that isn’t listed above?
In that case, feel free to write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Dhamma.org mobile app at More > Contact Us.