Manny Mansbach teaches Insight (Vipassana) Meditation with Vermont Insight Meditation Center in Brattleboro, VT, in Bellows Falls, VT and elsewhere in New England, and offers counseling and consultation for individuals, couples and organizations.
For his entire adult life, Manny has been keenly interested in nurturing and facilitating the connections between transformative inner work such as meditation and therapy, relational practices based in skillful communication, development of wholesome community, and nonviolent social transformation.
Insight (Vipassana) Meditation Group
in Bellows Falls led by Manny:
2019 meeting schedule: (all Thursday evenings, mostly but not always 2nd and 4th Thursdays)
January 10th & 24th
February 14th & 28th
March 7th & 14th (1st and 2nd Thursdays)
April 11th & 25th
May 9th & 23rd
June 6th & 20th (1st and 3rd Thursdays)
All meetings 6:45-8 pm (6:30 for newcomers, beginners and socializing)
Immanuel Episcopal Church Chapel (The Stone Church on the Hill)
20 Church Street, just above downtown Bellows Falls.
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No pre-registration required. An ongoing, open group, consisting of silent meditation, dharma instruction and discussion.
$12 suggested donation. No one turned away for lack of funds.
For more information or to be added to the email notification list (usually sent out about 2-3 days before each meeting) please contact Manny Mansbach by email or phone: 802-490-4599.
Manny’s Winter Classes at Vermont Insight:
Regretfully, my winter class at Vermont Insight has been delayed. I hope to have updated information soon.
register here: https://vermontinsight.org/dharma-courses/
Manny’s Sunday Morning Teaching Schedule at Vermont Insight Meditation Center in Brattleboro:
Each Sunday from 10am-12 Vermont Insight offers meditation and teachings. Here are the upcoming Sundays that Manny is scheduled to lead the program:
The Zen master Ikkyu was once asked to write a distillation of the highest wisdom. He wrote only one word: Attention.
The visitor was displeased. “Is that all?”
So Ikkyu obliged him. Two words now.