About The Drunken Monk
By finding the space to be authentic and aware of your own unique path you are able to eliminate self-sabotaging habits.
Step by step, you experience satisfaction in the smallest of things through the practice of presence. To be ‘here and now’ in your natural and unique way.
This is the path of the Drunken Monk.
Three Fundamental Tools:
The Drunken Monk operates in three areas proved to be efficient in placing the attention from a restless stream of thoughts onto the natural and spontaneous Self:
1. Guided Meditations
The meditation guidance as a fundamental approach in group, private sessions and in recorded meditations.
2. Enlightenment Intensive
The direct ‘on point’ process to re-connect with your essential Self, answering the fundamental question ‘Who am I?’
3. Conscious Music
Innovative music using healing sounds, vibrations and frequencies to support your Awakening process.
Who is Peter Harper?
Peter has been fascinated with understanding the meaning of life since he was a child, driving his scientist father crazy with an endless stream of questions. His early years were spent in Scotland developing a passion for creating music and exploring consciousness.
It wasn’t until 1981 when he came across the teachings of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh that he started to find some direction to
For seven years he lived in both Germany and India where he was able to follow a path to understanding his true nature through the practice of meditation and Western therapy. During this period he trained in Counseling, Reiki and Massage Therapy as well as developing an innovative and effective Guided Meditation practice using binaural sound and light to balance the alpha, beta, theta and delta waves of the brain. This was the start of his exploration into the vibrational power of sound, music and the nature of consciousness.
In 1987 while in Hamburg, Germany he started to explore the Western Mystery Tradition, curious as to how this Path compared to his favorite teachings from the East, especially those of Lao Tzu and Chuang Tzu.
For the next ten
Peter spent many years disseminating these teachings to surface the essence of the works and to create an accessible narrative for modern society. It is through his explorations and research that he developed an understanding of the nature of consciousness.
In the late 1990’s he gave acclaimed talks and workshops on the Western Mysteries to the Golden Dawn, The Theosophical Society and in 1997 at The Findhorn Foundation Western Mysteries Conference.
Over the years Peter has deepened his understanding of Self and been inspired from some of the best healers, teachers
Having examined many
For the past fifteen
Peter currently lives with his beloved partner in the Pre Alps of Northern Italy where he divides his time working at The
His down to earth narrative and rich sense of Scottish