Vipassana Meditation Centre
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Vipassana Meditation Centre (Singapore)
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Vipassana Meditation Centre (Chinese: 净名佛学社), is a Buddhist monastery in Singapore set up in 1993 in propagating and perpetuating the practice of vipassana meditation in Singapore. This group is not related to non-sectarian society "Vipassana International Center (Singapore)", which offers 10 Day residential meditation courses, taught by SN Goenka, in the tradition of Sayagyi U Ba Khin.
Vipassana Meditation Centre was founded in 1993 as a non-profit organization with the objective of providing opportunities and a venue for all Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike in cultivating their dhamma practice.
Notable advisors and teachers affiliated with the meditation centre include Ovadacariya Sayadaw U Panditabhivamsa. There are several meditation locations across the world (Examples: Singapore, Australia, China, South Korea) 
- Religious studies
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- Mindfulness-based stress reduction
- Neural mechanisms of mindfulness meditation
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- "Objectives". Vipassana Meditation Centre (Singapore). Retrieved 11 September 2014.
- Pandita, Sayadaw U. "Sayadaw U Pandita's Dharma Talks". Dharma Seed. Retrieved 11 September 2014.
- Vipassana Meditation Centre in Australia www
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- Vipassana Meditation Centre on Facebook
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