In the Bulgarian press- in Bulgarian only:

By Katina Avramova  published in OM Yoga Magazine

By Elena Melnishka published in Kapital Light:

To see the things as they are

To learn to love

Maria Azeva: Vipassana By Maria Azeva, published in Spisanie 8:

Vipassana page1, page 2, page 3

Georgy Hristov: Vipassana, the key to the door to yourself, page 1, page 2

Vipassana will save the world, page 1, page 2


In the International press:

Meditation vacation, By Matthew Green

The guru looked troubled. A spry 75-year-old, who could have passed for 60, he usually wore an expression as pure as his ivory robe. Peering into my cell, he watched as I wept harder than I could remember, for a reason my mind could not fathom., 6 Jan 2012

Ten days without talking | Life and style | The Guardian

Was it possible to survive 10 days of meditating in an Indian retreat without speaking, reading or making eye-contact with fellow guests

An interview with S.N. Goenka on the techniques of Buddhist Practice - Tricycle
Winter 2000 - S.N. Goenka was interviewed by Helen Tworkov.

Staring at Death, and Finding Their Bliss - OnlineThe New York Times
Sep 2007 -Article about the Vipassana Meditation courses held inside the highest level maximum-security state prison in Alabama, US.

Transcendental Incarceration - San Francisco Weekly Feb 2001
The first San Bruno Jail inmates to take part in an experimental meditation program say it has helped to free their minds, if nothing else.