For more than 20 years Peter’s passion has been exploring consciousness and the nature of reality or Self. He became a coach and mental trainer in the late ‘90s and discovered non-ordinary states of consciousness at the Monroe Institute in Virginia, where for about 10 years he explored subjects such as guidance, soul retrieval, manifestation, releasing beliefs, remote viewing and first and foremost investigating our essential nature.
Peter sees mindfulness as a life motto and has practised Vipassana and other forms of meditation and spiritual approaches for many years. His teachers include Kurt Tepperwein, Eckhart Tolle, Peter Russell, Adyashanti, Jack Kornfield, Rupert Spira and of course Stanislav Grof. In 2013 Peter became a certified Holotropic Breathwork practitioner and has been facilitating workshops and modules in various countries ever since.
Peter studied Law in Linz, San Diego and Oxford. He is a recording
artist and music producer and also works an office job, taking care of
properties and investments.
In recent years, we have witnessed a renewed interest in psychedelic therapy and research being called “the psychedelic renaissance.” Many people are discovering the potential benefits of psychedelic substances and master plants, and shamanism has become an increasingly sought method for healing. Dozens of clinical trials study the efficacy of psychedelic medicines such as MDMA, psilocybin, and ketamine to treat serious conditions like PTSD and treatment-resistant depression. With respect to this new era of psychedelics, those of us involved with the Holotropic paradigm have much to contribute and consider. How do psychedelics compare with or compliment Holotropic Breathwork® as tools for personal development? What is the role of Holotropic Breathwork® now that psychedelics are becoming an accessible therapeutic method? How is the future of Holotropic Breathwork® affected, now that more people can access deep experiences through psychedelics and master plants?
6 day-residential workshop (in English) integrating lectures with deep experiential practice of Holotropic Breathwork Grof Transpersonal Training staff Peter Köllerer, Jean Farrell Sonja Busch, Thomas Liska Hotel Friedrichshof ,Austria This course is aimed at persons interested in Transpersonal Psychology. This is one of the four mandatory modules to become an HB certified facilitator. In this module, we will explore the necessary elements to create a Holotropic Breathwork session.
New ways to look at psychology and spirituality are offering exciting possibilities in the recovery movement, both for individual seekers and for those who work in the treatment field. This module explores a whole continuum, from the idea of addiction as an extreme form of attachment, which affects everyone and which is crucial to spiritual seekers of all practices, to the more articulate forms of addiction: substance, process, relationship, and more. Through theory, discussion and experiential exercises, we’ll look at: The disease paradigm of recovery; The wellness paradigm and the transpersonal recovery centre; Implications of perinatal...
GTT module The Power Within: The Practice of Holotropic Breathwork