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About the Mastery

Can you imagine what would be possible for you if you could look into a mirror you believed and actually discovered that:

Created by Dan Fauci in 1977, The Mastery is a practical and effective weekend that will enable you to change the course of your life measurably for the better without having to master a new discipline, or adopt a new religion.

Life creates us until we start to create our lives - this is a radical, simple and powerful shift in personal experience. If you continue to be who you have always been, you'll continue to do what you always do and thus continue to get what you always get. It starts with who you are being.

The Mastery challenges you to be something more -- beyond who you know yourself to be, not up mountains or through huge feats of endurance, but in the most significant way possible - in relationship.

Over the past 30 years, thousands of people have done the Mastery across the globe. The process they feel is beyond any other therapeutic process we have come across.

Leaders of the Mastery are seen as some of the best and most highly trained in personal development and are bound by the Code of Ethics developed by the Institute for Creativity.


Structure of The Mastery workshop

The Mastery is run over two and a half days.

Friday 6.30pm until late
Saturday 10am until late
Sunday 10am - 8pm approx
There is a follow up evening 10 days later 7pm to 9.30pm (some venues only).

The Mastery costs from £245 to £295 with concessions and earlybird discounts available depending on the location.

"Most people are naturally creative and are somehow aware that they've cut off this unique part of themselves. When they hear there's a space in which to express this uniqueness, it means a chance to fulfil a deep, long-held wish…" Dan Fauci, Creator of The Mastery

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Last updated 26/10/16


"We can cure physical diseases with medicine but the only cure for loneliness, despair and hopelessness is love. There are many in the world who are dying for a piece of bread, but there are many more dying for a little love." Mother Teresa

"Life only demands from the strength you possess. Only one feat is possible -- not to have run away."
Dag Hammerskjold