Since the early 1980s, there has been an astonishing increase in the number of Vipassana centers in India and around the world. After experiencing efficacy of technique themselves, many old students selflessly contributed in the spread of Vipassana meditation. Working in many different capacities, they have served for the welfare of many.
To ensure that service of these Dhamma servers yield the best results, Goenkaji frequently guided them. At yearly meetings in India or on visits to various centers, he spoke about many different aspects of Dhamma practice and service.
The transcripts of those talks and question and answer sessions are the sources of this book. It contains guidance given by Mr. Goenka on practice of Vipassana, what it means to give Dhamma service and how a server ought to serve.
This book is ideal for Vipassana meditators.