Brodsky has been practicing meditation since 1960. She has dual
roots in the Buddhist and Quaker traditions and her teaching
reflects this balance. Barbara teaches insight or vipassana
meditation and practices derived from the dzogchen (non-dual
awareness) traditions to people of all faiths, traveling throughout
the world. She is an ordained Interfaith Minister. In Ann Arbor,
Michigan, in 1989, Barbara founded Deep Spring Center.
Why “Deep Spring Center”? Barbara has said, “Almost forty years ago, when I first began to meditate, one day I had a vivid image of accessing a deep spring within myself as I moved into a meditational space. It was a bottomless spring, connected to the Infinite and Eternal. From that spring I drew sustenance and insight, not my own strength and wisdom but a far deeper one to which my meditation opened me. It was a place of deepest connection, deepest love. I saw that source was in all of us, the center to which we may all come. I came to think of it as a spring. The spring was ‘self’ but the waters were the pure energy and love of the universe. That spring has been with me all these years. I hope that all beings find that deep source within, and that it may lead us all to joyful connection and to peace.”
Barbara has been profoundly deaf over thirty years; living with silence has greatly influenced her life and teaching, as have years of active involvement in non-violent action for social change. She is married and the mother of three adult children and is also a published writer and a sculptor whose work may be seen in public and private collections throughout the US.
Evenings with Aaron* - Barbara Brodsky and Aaron
All are welcome! No
experience or registration necessary.
Offered as dana (donation).
Aaron's talk will cover a variety of spiritual practices including Vipassana and Pure Awareness Meditation, Working with Inner Guidance, and Supporting Changes in our physical/spiritual bodies through work with body energy, the elements, sound and Open Heart.
Sessions for Fall 2014:
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Where: Deep Spring Center
Dates: 9/17, 10/15, 11/19, 12/17 (Christmas Stories)
Join those at Deep Spring Center by conference call!
Available for Fall 2014 | Evenings with Aaron
All 4 sessions for $40 - call in from anywhere.
Updated teleconferencing system and equipment.
You'll receive your conference call code before each session.
Recordings will be available to those registered after each call.
Non-DSC Retreats with Barbara Brodsky
Non-Residential retreat in Seattle - Barbara
Brodsky and Aaron
December 5 - 7
For more information contact: Doron Weisbarth at: Doron@weisbarth.com or 206.524.8488
Vipassana retreats at Stone House - Barbara
Brodsky, John Orr and Aaron
November 14 - 16
A beautiful center on 70 acres near Chapel Hill, NC
Commuter or residential. Open to all levels. For more information contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 919.943.0438, NewHopeSangha.org
These listing can also be found on the Retreats page.
Books by Barbara Brodsky and Aaron
Please visit the Books page for books available from Barbara Brodsky and Aaron
Private Counseling Meetings and Meditation Interviews
Barbara Brodsky and Aaron
Available by appointment and held in the meditation hall at 3455 Charing Cross Road, Ann Arbor. Rates for counseling meetings are on a sliding scale. Meditation interviews are available on a dana basis.
Please contact Barbara at email@example.com or call 734.971.3455 for more information or to make an appointment.
by appointment only
Barbara Brodsky on Love in One, the Movie
Barbara Brodsky -
Annual Sangha Meeting, May 5, 2012
Brief Deep Spring Center History
Barbara Brodsky channels Aaron - Annual Sangha Meeting, May 5, 2012
Trainings and Transcripts
*a discarnate spirit that speaks through Barbara Brodsky
Link for Tibetan Monk pdf