What to bring
Clothes worn on the camp should be dignified and express Sahaj culture. All trousers and skirts for daily wear should cover the knees to protect the Nabhi and tops should cover the shoulders to protect the Shri and Lalita chakras. Of course for sports and walks the appropriate clothing should be worn.
Please label everything you give with your child on the camp, every year we have a big pile of lost and found which doesn’t get back to the owner since it’s not labeled.
- Sleeping bag
- Sleeping mat
- Towels and a reserve toothbrush
- Clean set of clothes (preferably Saree, Punjabi, Kurta) for Puja and Havan
- As many changes of clothes as possible as washing facilities are sparse
- Warm pullover and/or a jacket for cool nights
- Canteen (hiking water bottle: one big or two small – at least 1ℓ in total)
- Hiking boots (and gaiters if you have them)
- Strong shoes for sports
- Bathing suit
- Rain jacket (important – we go for walks in the mountains so if it rains a rain jacket is needed)
- Sun cream
- Sun hat
- Song Book (or at least booklet with most common bhajans)
- Pocket money: 10€ for younger children and 20€ for older children is sufficient
What not to bring
- Electronic games on any device is not allowed on the camp. Devices like smartphones, tablets, MP3-players, etc are advised to stay home.
We reserve the right to confiscate any of these devices till the end of the camp if we see them being used in the wrong way.
- The only electronic device that is explicitly allowed is an e-reader (a device to read books on – games are not allowed on it)
- Private food, sweets and chocolates – this attracts mice who will eat through bags to get at any food…
- Excessive amounts of pocket money – everything over the suggested amount usually gets invested in hoarding sweets and chocolates (which then get eaten by mice)
You feel very easily the vibrations. The view is beautiful. The walks are great. It’s great to wake up so early.
Next topic for parents: How to know if registration is accepted