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SWAN SPITI: Center for Meditation and Teaching of Spiritual Development


Meet yourself with love Medicine and Therapy, with focuses on Body – Mind and Spirit.

I am Pernille Sylvest Kondo from Denmark. I have run the Swan Center a Spiritual Center in North Zealand Denmark for more than 30 year.

I treat and teach with high professionalism, quality, and human warmth.


I offer Spiritual Travel with lessons, vacations and leisure, to the Greek island of the Aegean Sea Patmos, to students from all over the world.


I´am in Patmos. At my house in Merikas, Swan Spiti Retreat Center. I offer Medical Treatment with emphasis on Body, Mind and Spirit.

To anyone who wants to work with Selfhealing / healing, to know how to meet himself with Love and understanding for himself and others.

I teach “Miracle Lesson” A Course in Miracles which is Self-Forgiveness and Forgiveness and Mind Therapy.


Here are some examples of Healing: Swan treatment for children and adults.

Swan treatment and Massage for babies and children

Swan Massage

Swan Massage and therapeutic communication

Swan Cranial healing and sacral bone healing

Acpuncture and Chinese Medicine

Myo-reflex therapy

Soft trauma therapy

Guidance and advice

Galileo Gymnastic

Approved RAB study


Pernille Sylvest Kondo

Swan Spiti

Merikas Skala Patmos

Gr-855oo Dodecanese Greece

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Greek tel: +3o 6945182542 / SMS

+45 51341896 / SMS


To help is to understand:

Søren Kirkegaard's thoughts are practiced at Svane Spiti Patmos

“If I should succeed in leading a person
towards a certain goal, I must
first go where he is at the moment and
begin just there.

Someone who cannot do that
cheats himself when he thinks he can help others.

To help another one must clearly
understand more than he does, but
first and foremost understand
what he understands.
If I cannot do that then
it does not help if I have ability.

If I will nevertheless show how able I am
that is because I am vain and arrogant
and I would actually like to be admired
of others instead of helping.

All genuine helpfulness begins with humbleness
for the person I want to help and
in that way I must understand that to help
is not to rule but to serve.

If I can not do that then I cannot help.”
Søren Kierkegaard







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