I will use the time 4:00-4:30 in the morning to meditate in my room. I also calculated that after a meal, when you can rest or discuss something with a teacher, there are 2 hours and 10 min you can use for practice, which comprises 21 hour and 50 min a course.
Talk to a teacher and ask questions. I mistakenly decided not to talk for 10 days at all, and if I asked questions the result would probably be even better. I was thinking this way: they're explaining it clearly anyway, the rest is practice, and that's it. If you have questions, the answers must be inside.
To practice in a more strict manner, not letting myself start fantasising again or thinking about something unrelated to the technique.
Not to exit the hall during a meditation. Not to open my eyes. If there are strong distractions or a headache I would simply concentrate on my breathing. Not to explore the place, but to concentrate on the practice. To concentrate during meals, to eat slowly, and while walking.
I want to thank Buddha for this technique, Goenka for making all of this possible, the teacher from my practice, his acolytes and Roza Rafikova, Elise Ayeh, Ihor Dot, Anna Amurova, Marat Chasanov, Eva Sion, Gregory Kireev, Mayya Vishnyakova, Rissa Egitia, Sarah-Jayne Lee, Krishna Chieppa, Juju Oceanic Mélot, Tomas WV, Elena Timofeeva, Lui Bross, Ela Fantessa, Anna Lozhkina, Aleksandra Denic, Misa Kalinova, Daniel Afreelancehuman Cosmic, Jamie Tumanako Pene-Gestro, Daryala Nill, Philip Korenevski, Nikolay Onufrienko and everyone who shared this experience with me.
I write this to share and even if one person decides to take Vipassana and it will make their life better, the goal of this post will be fulfilled. And I, in turn, ask you to follow the principle of "Pay it Forward".