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Shamanism Ireland Drumbeat Message - Holotropic Breathwork™ at Dunderry Park

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Dear friends,
Holotropic Breathwork™ at Dunderry Park
Facilitated by Martin Duffy and Team
April 27-29th, July 6-8th, Sept 21st-23rd, Nov 16th-17th
www.shamanismireland.com/ info@shamanismireland.com / 046 9074455
Holotropic Breathwork™ was created by Dr. Stanislav Grof as a method to journey deeper into the non ordinary realms of consciousness, using deep and fast breathing, powerful evocative trance music and healing bodywork. Shamans and mystics have used the breath to access the healing potential of non ordinary reality for thousands of years.
This workshop takes place within a safe and sacred setting. Participants work in pairs, while one breathes the other sits and supports their journey. The Breathwork experience is also supported by group work and art therapy. The sessions typically last around three hours, giving adequate time to journey as deeply as you need to go. Holotropic Breathwork™ leads one into an adventure of self discovery, self exploration and self healing. Participants have access to deep shamanic journeys, past life memories, merging with the cosmic mind, ecstatic and joyful experiences and mystical awareness states. Other experiences may include re-experiencing birth, release of energetic blockages caused by past traumas, and the healing of emotional and physical conditions.
Other activities will include Shamanic journey, time in nature, trance dancing and group sharing.
THE SHAMANS JOURNEY – Introductory Workshop
23rd - 25th February, Dunderry Park, Trim, Co. Meath
MORE INFO - http://www.shamanismireland.com/shamanic_courses/shamans_journey.html
On this introductory course we will be using traditional shamanic techniques from around the world to explore the exciting and ecstatic realms beyond ordinary reality.
• Journey with the Drum
• Celtic fire ceremony
• Healing circle
• Spirit boat
• Creating a circle of protection
• Stalking awareness
Trance dancing
SHAMANIC PRACTITIONERS COURSE – Learning core practices of The Shaman
23rd - 25th March / May 11th - 13th / July 27th - 29th / Aug 24th - 26th
Dunderry Park, Trim, Co. Meath - €1150 payable over the four courses including Tuition, Accommodation and Meals
http://www.shamanismireland.com/shamanic_courses/shamanic_practitioners_course.html
On this course we will be using traditional shamanic techniques from around the world to explore the exciting and ecstatic realms beyond ordinary reality i.e.
• Drumming and rattling
• Trance dancing
• Shamanic breathwork
• Ritual and ceremony.
The course consists of four weekend residential workshops over the period of one year in a beautiful rural setting in County Meath close to the sacred sites of Newgrange, Tara and Loughcrew. We will be working together in the circle, creating a safe and sacred space to enable us to form a healing community.
Network Magazine
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Martin and Team

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