A beautiful 45-minute drive from the Dublin International Airport, the Transpersonal Institute is a fully restored Georgian residence with room for 33 guests, nestled in 24 acres of wooded parkland.
- Access extraordinary states of mind simply by drawing with pencil, straightedge & compass and adorning what you’ve drawn with natural materials.
- Move beyond talk into life-changing transpersonal experiences in a safe space where you can connect with your own inner-healing intelligence.
- See how everything around you is in a very real way interconnected by perceiving all-pervasive patterns of geometric order surrounding our lives.
- Learn to properly draw with compass and straightedge even if you have never drawn before. Everyone can do it!
- Enjoy a deeply rewarding sensation of satisfied completion with every drawing.
- Use the traditional tools of the Tibetan Masters—chak-purs.
- Interact with the archetypal forces operating just below the psyche’s surface.
- Harness the power of mandala to move beyond the thought stream of the mind.
- Feel group connectedness when co-creating a large mandala.
- Honour the impermanence of all things through a letting go / gratitude session.
- Give yourself time, space and permission to set aside the outside world for one weekend and explore geometry in a way that can facilitate a reconnection with your essential centre.
This event will be co-hosted by Scott Onstott and Geoff Fitzpatrick. It will take place next spring, dates to be announced closer to the event.
Deeply transformative and empowering
Profound in ways that transcend the talk of geometry
Fantastic workshop experience
The Transpersonal Institute at Dunderry Park hosts courses on Counseling, Dance Therapy, Holotropic breath work, Psychotherapy, Shamanism, Voice Work, Yoga, and more.
Consider visiting the Hill of Tara and Newgrange on your own, or with new friends you meet after at the workshop. These sites are close—only 20 and 35 minute drives from the venue, respectively.
The Hill of Tara is topped by the coronation stone, aka the “stone of destiny” where the High Kings of Ireland were crowned.
Newgrange, and its sister-site Knowth, contain Europe’s largest and most important concentration of prehistoric megalithic art. You can go inside the long narrow passage of Newgrange in small groups and see a simulated winter solstice sunrise illuminate the interior, a memorable experience.
Comfortable shared accommodations are located in separate wings for men and women while private rooms have limited availability.
Delicious vegetarian food is served exclusively.