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Principles of sustainability

In order for the ethos of peace to be realized, it is necessary that these attitudes are reflected in all actions and decisions of those involved in a project, as well as in the design of the processes and structures.


The following is a first version of the principles of sustainability . Guidelines for the design and work of the cuna project - and a compass for the research trip to living answers to existential questions:

  • How can we establish an open-hearted and connected being and compassionate, benevolent togetherness and work on this earth in such a way that it serves the well-being of all sentient beings?

  • How can we shape our work and our projects so that the preservation and promotion of true peace is achieved in all areas of our life and the biosphere?

  • What properties do human fields of life have, which again embody the original harmony with our true being and the universal principles?

The time is now to set off with all clarity, determination and trustful cooperation,  to take our place among the guardians of life and peace.


Principles of sustainability

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Clear definition of projects, objectives and responsibilities as a basis more consciously  Creation and decision-making processes

Adaptability through a fractal structure that can grow and shrink while remaining stable (holistic structure)

Organic development in harmony with the rhythms of life (there are times to grow, there are times to let go, etc.)

>> Stability

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Ability to innovate through "Open Source Design" with openness to new ideas,

Impulses and contributors  

Trust-based process flows through self-regulatory designs and

Transparency in all structures and agreements

Design of structures and processes that create space for spontaneity and creative expression for all participants 

>> vitality

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Agreements and handling regulations, which preserve the sphere of life of all beings involved and guarantee a respectful interaction.

(The freedom of one ends where the freedom of the other begins)

Careful and prudent planning of all projects, which always strives for a win-win situation for all involved, clear definition of the spheres of activity of all participants and realistic project planning

Design of all projects, decisions and productions in clearly defined spheres of activity and complete cycles of responsibility

(cradle-to-cradle principle)

>> Justice

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Guarantee of free access to all information relevant to the sphere of activity for all parties involved

Recognition of individual sovereignty and concentric-heterarchical organization (insert definition)

Appreciation of the diversity of opinions and decisions, the principle of cooperation and spheres of activity-specific consensus decisions

>> diversity

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Maintained and open (uncensored) communication spaces for authentic exchange and application of specific communication tools to support cooperative interaction

Appreciative sharing of potentials, resources and goods and application of upcycling methods to use all existing resources

Intelligent pooling systems for the merging of demand and supply and effective networking for the common use of the available resources and goods

>> Abundance

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Application of empiricism, analysis and holistic scientific knowledge in structural design and project planning, with the willingness to absorb new information and let go of outdated beliefs.

Orientation towards experience, consciousness development and the intention of peace in the case of non-attachment to material gain, power or image of those involved and the organization

Appreciative research and preservation of the ancient knowledge of the original peoples and the experiences of the ancestors for a transfer and application of this wealth of knowledge and experience in new creation cycles

>> self-sufficiency

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