Cornplantings (info event):
November 10, 2020, from 18:00-19:15h in Bern (online with Zoom)
use this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89676878368?pwd=M3pFdFVWa0haWURtRmZlQVRrY2Z6dz09
Meeting ID: 896 7687 8368
COVID-19: We are prepared and have created a concept that allows our training group to be safe and in alignment with the Swiss federal health requirements. We are maintaining good distances, are outside in fresh air and where applicable, we use masks. Our venue is offering a good support system, hygiene and desinfectants. For questions regarding your health and well-being, please get in touch with the Guides. We are looking forward to hearing from you!
We will gather on the arrival day between 16-17h on Schweibenalp near Brienz.
Ceremony 1: January 12-17, 2021
Ceremony 2: April 11-16, 2021
Ceremony 3: July 4-9, 2021
Ceremony 4: October 3-8, 2021
Ceremony 5: January 10-15, 2022
Ceremony 6: April 2022 (tbd)
Ceremony 7: July 2022 (tbd)
Ceremony 8: October 2022 (tbd)
Ceremony 9: Januar 2023 (tbd)
The final Ceremony 9 will be held in a beautiful nature resort in the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico, the land from where this tradition originally came.
Schweibenalp – Center of Unity
Schweibenalp is situated in the middle of the Bernese Oberland Alps on a plateau 1100 m above sea level. From the border of the Giessbach Gorge one has a stunning view towards the Rothorn mountain chain, Axalphorn and Brienz Lake. Amidst waterfalls, alpine meadows, forests and mountains Schweibenalp is an invitation to deepen our relationship with nature, to enjoy the silence and allow oneself to open to the Mystery.The history of Schweibenalp as a sacred place goes back to the time of the Celts when Druids lived and held rituals and celebrations up here. Around 500 A.D. the Christian religion reached the Bernese Oberland and Schweibenalp became the property of the monastery of St. Gallen. So it comes that one of the pilgrimage paths to Santiago de Compostela (Road to Santiago) goes through Schweibenalp.
The kitchen at Schweibenalp cooks vegetarian meals with a lot of heart. The ingredients are partly organic, and when in season they use vegetables, fruits and herbs from their own permaculture garden. The three meals are served as a diverse buffet with an intention to be creative both in content and presentation.TravelUse the Webpage of Schweibenalp to find google maps and travel discription. If you need support pls contact us.
The price for this two year training is divided in four parts:
1: Tuition for the teaching
3: Web-based forum
4. Travel and expenses for the 9th ceremony in Tulum / Mexico
1: The tuition is USD11’900.- USD.- for the 2,5 year programme with 9 x 5 days.The payment is done in Swiss Francs to our Postfinance account.
2: The price for the venue per ceremony including full board vegetarian food. All price are pr. night. There are different options for accommodation:
Own tent: CHF 85
Shared room (4-6 people): CHF 115
Double room: CHF 135
Single room: CHF 145
3: In addition to this there’ll be a annual fee of CHF 60 to cover the costs of the web-based forum for all the participants. This is due in the beginning of every training year.
4. For the last training ceremony week, we will be in Tulum/Mexico in the old land of where these teachings have their origins.
Travels to Cancun cost approximately CHF 1000 – 1500.- early bookers get cheaper tickets. This last ceremony week is designed as a collaborative fundraising as a circle, so that everybody can make it there.
Participants commit to attending all ten ceremonies and to integrate 40 specific tools and practices into their daily life.To deepen the learning from each ceremony, participants commit to work on assignments from their teacher and guides in between ceremonies and report back.
Members of the training circle support each other in the learning.Energy commitment during the 3-4 months between ceremonies includes a daily practice and self-reporting (about one hour a day), and bi-weekly reports to your teaching guide of one or two pages as well as regular communication with learning team partners.
Participants are required to have email and web access. We use a password protected website as the virtual space to receive assignments, post reports, share learnings and to stay connected between our face-to-face ceremony times.