Mary Aubry

About Mary Aubry

Mary Aubry leads meditation retreats on insight, the jhānas, abiding in emptiness, and the brahmavihārās.  In addition, she has taught for programs that support mindfully meeting aging, illness, and dying, as well as training meditation companions for the aging, ill, and dying and those who love and care for them.  Mary also offers meditative support to parents of deceased children, having lost her son to cancer in 2015.  Additionally, Mary is one of the facilitating teachers for Bhikkhu Anālayo’s online Satipaṭṭhāna course offered by the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies.  Prior to becoming a full-time meditation teacher, Mary worked as a lawyer at the U.S. Justice Department for 24 years.

Events with Mary Aubry

See Oct 2 online daylong; in person cancelled: Great Pain, Great Zeal and a Whole-Life Path

September 28 - October 4, 2021
Barre, MA
A daylong retreat has been scheduled instead. Our retreat will be all about repurposing our pain, putting it to work as path motivation. We will learn particular approaches to each path factor, and the Path as a whole, that guide and empower us in crafting and living a whole life…