Facilitated by Certified Facilitators: Ernest Holm Svendsen, Helena Montelius and Nayano Skaaning
Dear The Work Friends!
We are happy to announce that we are arranging a 5-day Scandinavian Summer Camp for The Work in southern Sweden on August 21st - 25th 2019, and you are invited!
Question your stressful thoughts
Join us on a 5-day journey to deepen our awareness and free ourselves from identification with our stressful thoughts. Let’s vitalize our practice of inquiry, connect with each other through kindness of our loving hearts and experience the power of The Work in action as we question our beliefs and open to new depths of peace, joy and freedom in our lives. Whether you are a newcomer or experienced in The Work, you will find suitable workshops and training sessions to explore The Work with Certified Facilitators and experienced members of The Institute for The Work.
We'll start our days with a silent walking practice; "The Morning Walk" before breakfast. (There will also be Yoga for the real early risers.) During the day we will offer workshops on different topics; supporting the deepening of your practice and how to use inquiry in specific areas in life. Evenings are open for sessions of different sorts, music, movement, silence, rest and special offerings from staff and participants, or maybe just to hang out with friends or take a sauna.
All languages and experience levels are welcome
The camp is for everyone interested in The Work, beginners and experienced practitioners alike. The general language will be English and when we work in groups or in pairs, we will speak whatever language works for all. We also offer support for translation into Swedish, Danish and Norwegian – please contact us if you require this.
Healthy food at a beautiful, tranquil venue
We have found a place in the heart of Scandinavia, Mundekulla, which some of you might know already. It’s an amazing venue with peaceful, rural surroundings, great food, a gorgeous sauna and a lake to swim in. We will serve healthy vegetarian/vegan meals, most of it organic from a nearby biodynamic farm. The meals include breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. Mundekulla offers pleasant rooms with comfortable beds. Most have private shower and toilet – please see the options for accommodation below.
The Summer Camp starts Wednesday, August 21st at 13.00 and ends Sunday, August 25th at 15.00.
The Summer Camp is arranged by the non-profit Scandinavian association for The Work of Byron Katie. We are a volunteer group of passionate people who have experienced the benefits of The Work in our own lives and we are enthusiastic to make this Summer Camp come alive to share similar experiences with you. Any profits will be used to arrange next year’s camp.
For those of you in the Certification program to become certified facilitators, this Camp will give you 24 Credit Hours.
Please let us know if you have any questions and we are happy to assist. Simply send an email to: email@example.com
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We look forward to seeing you at Mundekulla!
The organizing team:
Ernest Holm Svendsen, Charlotte Rosenberg, Maria Paz Acchiardo, Marie Foxman Gustafsson, Melihate Dragoshi,
Nayano Skaaning, Helena Montelius, Anette Ronaess, Peter Larsson and Torun Tornesel
The Scandinavian Association for The Work of Byron Katie
Mundekulla is located 10 km outside Emmaboda in southern Sweden. It’s easy to travel to Emmaboda by train from all over the country. From Copenhagen there is a direct train and the journey takes about three hours and from Oslo ist eight hours. From Stockholm the journey by train takes about four hours. You can find detailed travel information on Mundekulla in Swedish can be found here: http://www.mundekulla.se/se/om-mundekulla/hitta-hit-18668993
Please visit SJ.se with departures from Stockholm to Emmaboda or Copenhagen to Emmaboda.
From Emmaboda you can get a taxi around 150 SEK/car. Call Taxi Emma (+46 471 101 00) and ask for a ”Mundekulla Taxi”.
Going by car it is 6 hours or 450 km from Stockholm, from Oslo 6,5 hours or 60 km and from Copenhagen it is 3 hours or 260 km.
Share a ride
You can join the Facebook group and share if you have spaces in your car or if you want a ride. You will receive a link for the group in your confirmation email when you register.
The prices for participating in the training, workshops and other curriculum are listed below. The prices include food and accommodation. All prices listed below are per person and for all days.
To reserve your spot you pay a deposit of 1 000 SEK / 750 DKK / 920 NOK. The final payment is due on July 22nd. Payment options are PayPal, Swish or bank transfer to either a Danish or Swedish bank account. There will be a cancellation fee of 500 SEK/ 375 DKK/ 460 NOK if you cancel your booking.
Early Bird Offer
We offer an Early Bird discount: Book and pay the deposit before May 5th and receive a discount of 1000 SEK / 750 DKK /920 NOK.
Available room options
Early bird price
7700 SEK / 5750 DKK / 7100 NOK
6700 SEK / 4750 DKK / 6100 NOK
Shared double room
6900 SEK / 5150 DKK / 6400 NOK
5900 SEK / 4400 DKK / 5480 NOK
Shared room 3-4 people
6700 SEK / 5000 DKK / 6200 NOK
5700 SEK / 4250 DKK / 5280 NOK
5500 SEK / 4100 DKK / 5000 NOK
4500 SEK / 3350 DKK / 4080 NOK
How to book
You book by registering here and you will get payment details in the confirmation response that you can expect within 72 hours.
Please note that some accommodation options are limited, so make your reservation as soon as possible if you want to ensure the type of accommodation you prefer.
This is the preliminary program for the Summer Camp
11 - 13 Registration
13 - 14 Mindful Arrival
14 - 18 Afternoon Session
18 - 20 Dinner
20 - 22 Evening Session
7 - 7.30 Morning Walk
7.30 - 8.30 Breakfast
9 - 12.30 Morning Session
12.30 - 14.30 Lunch
14.30 - 18 Afternoon Session
18 - 20 Dinner
20 - 22 Evening Session (day 2 and 4)
7 - 7.30 Morning Walk
7.30 - 8.30 Breakfast
9 - 11.30 Morning Session
11.30 - 13.30 Lunch
13.30 - 15 Closure (Mindful Departure)
The Scandinavian Association for The Work of Byron Katie – www.scandinavianthework.com