Byung-Chul Han, in his evocative book The Burnout Society, suggests that our hyperactive achievement society is leading many to deep fatigue and burnout. Not that long ago, Ivan Illich urged us instead to find hospitality in the face-to-face relationships that emerge when we take the time to eat and think with one another.
In “Finding Our Way Home,” Dougald Hine and I invite you to exit the burnout society by putting away your mobile phones, laptops, and other technology and to welcome the contemplative conviviality to be found among those choosing to devote themselves to speaking earnestly about what truly matters.
Join us for 5 days in Ängelsberg, Sweden, a small village a short train ride away from Stockholm, as we take part in slow conversations, deepen our understanding of our world, and develop practical skills and vital practices that we can take home with us.
Few spots remain open in the program, so if you’re keen on joining us, we invite you to inquire without delay.