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Here you can find concepts in different experimental stages that we want to share.

The Guide to Silence book now released as e-book for iPads/iPhones, kindle and pdf-readers. >>>

Our YouTube channel offer virtual walks in beautiful nature settings accompanied by silence and the sounds of nature. New walks are added every week. >>>

Five walks from the Stocholm project, pictures and the sounds of nature.>>>


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The book. A guide that shows the way to inner stillness, silence and presence. A guide with pictures and short texts that aim to inspire you to find your own calm places in nature. The book has evolved over the last five years.

The Guide to Silence e-book is free to download and read. You can download your copy of the book here, choose which device you want to read on:

Download the Guide to Silence book for ipad/iphone (EPUB format)

Download the Guide to Silence book for kindle/computer/other device (PDF format)


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Our New YouTube channel. On this YouTube channel you will find short walks in beautiful nature settings. Around ten minute of slow, silent, walks accompanied only by the sounds of nature (and the faint sounds of steps on the trail or skis in the snow). Virtual walks on a screen can’t replace the real thing - being out in nature. But we know that even nature on a screen or seen through a window can have positive effects. Click on the YouTube link below, sit down, take a deep breath, turn up the volume and try some of our walks. If you enjoy them, please subscribe - we will publish new walks every week.

Our most recently published walk (Walk 48: Cold ice crystal forest)

Introduction to our YouTube channel


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Our virtual walks in the Stockholm area. Hopefully these samples will provide a small taste of the real walk. These are low-tech virtual presentations, even simpler than a slideshow. A one-page document format so you can scroll through (walk through) at your own pace (without stressful banners, moving slideshows or sliding text).

But, pictures on a screen and added sound should in no way be seen as substitute for the real thing, not even if you have a high definition screen and super speakers. Our tendency to be more and more "glued" to screens is a part of our problem - i.e. our disconnection from nature. Yet, to entice you to get out into the real natural world, we invite you to test our virtual samples of a walk in the woods.

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Our virtual walks:

Hansta nature reserve, city of Stockholm (spring). An incredible walk that takes you from oak and hazel groves with a carpet of anemones to deep pine forests and open meadows. >>>

Judarskogen nature reserve, city of Stockholm (summer). A fantastic walk where you are totally embraced by nature. After you enter the forest you can't see anything of the city. We have the sound of the city in the background, but the sounds of nature dominates. >>>

Kyrkhamn new nature reserve, city of Stockholm (fall). Here we can find a lot of silence and the scenery by Lake Mälaren is spectacular. >>>

Winter in Kyrkhamn, city of Stockholm (mid winter). The same trail but on a cold winter day, a totally different experience. >>>

Nötbacken in the Igelbäcken nature reserve, city of Sundbyberg (fall). A very accessible walk with some remarkable nature. Roads surrounds this area and the level of silence is very dependent on the weather and wind direction. >>>

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