Masters of Calm Ireland is a healthy and conscious-living initiative which takes the form of a three-day, family festival, held in Lough Erne over the summer. We were thrilled to feature them in our Spring 2020 magazine! Read on to learn all about them.
Masters of Calm
Self-exploration made fun
by Aidas Guliokas
It all began in 2016 at a festival in Lithuania, called Masters of Calm. It forced me to become humble in the admission of self-exploration and altered states of consciousness – which enabled me to hold space for possibilities. I made a decision then, to share this experience with the people of Ireland. One year later, the Masters of Calm Ireland was born.
Masters of Calm Ireland is a healthy and conscious-living initiative which takes the form of a three-day, family festival from 26th to 28th of June 2020. For those three days we will gather on a remote island in the middle of the beautiful Lough Erne, called Inis Rath. The festival’s purpose is to help people create a deeper connection with mother nature, others and, most importantly, with themselves. The festival is facilitated in an alcohol- and drug-free environment to ensure a safe setting for the whole family.
A question that emerges for many of us is “What is the purpose of my existence?” This question forces us to go beneath the surface to self-exploration. What is unique about Masters of Calm Ireland is the diversity of workshops; ranging from yoga, mindfulness and meditation to sound baths, drumming and much more. People often say that the festival is a life-changing adventure.
Masters of Calm Ireland continues to flourish into its fourth year on the shoulders of dedicated volunteers and teachers, who are in service of others with little or no reward and to whom we are deeply grateful.