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Eastworks, 2nd Floor
116 Pleasant Street
Suite 242
Easthampton, MA 01027-2755
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Established in 1998, Insight Meditation Center of Pioneer Valley is a Buddhist center in the Insight Meditation tradition serving western Massachusetts. Our mission is to share the Buddha's teachings with those who are interested. Insight PV is a non-residential center offering sittings, classes & retreats and special events to help sustain and deepen meditation practice and bring wisdom and compassion into daily life. Click About Us to learn more.

CORRECTION to the FALL 2014 Brochure

Please note there's an error on the Fall 2014 brochure that went out in the mail this week. The "Unguided Silent Meditation Sittings" occur on Fridays from 5:45 - 6:30. We apologize for any confusion. (Note the pdf listing available here is correct.)


November Offerings


Making the Practice Your Own
Kim Weeber
Saturday, November 8, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Suggested contribution: $15-25 registration plus teacher donation
The Buddha said “Be a lamp unto yourself.” Can we learn to trust our inner wisdom without deluding ourselves? We will explore ways to discover the appropriate practices for each of us as individuals.

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Turn Toward What You Deeply Love
Candace Cassin
Mondays, Nov 24 - Dec 15, 7:15-9:00 pm
Suggested contribution: $32-48 registration plus teacher donation
We are always practicing something. The question is, “What are we practicing?” Our hearts flower when we are motivated by understanding and love, rather than attachment, aversion, and obligation. In this class we will explore intention and taking refuge as guides that help us orient toward choices rooted in wisdom and compassion.

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