We work together carrying love in our hearts and peace in our thoughts. We are creative. For our own well-being we practice yoga, tantric and shamanic techniques, dance, cook delicious food and express ourselves in many different artistic forms. We organize ourselves sociocratically, we share the knowledge of generations about nature, about being human. We learn from the ancients, dream the dreams of a utopia creating our own culture in harmony with nature. We learn from our errors.
A wild piece of earth, tropical, exuberant nature, a river and a forest. On more than forty hectares of land the community is in the first stages of creation. Food and produce are grown using permaculture techniques whilst buildings are formed with local power and knowledge with earth and bamboo from the land, and you can design and build your individual home. Pioneers from all over the world. Families are invited.
There are many daily things that need to be relearned by us, the people from the “first” world. In our vision vegetables no longer come from the supermarket, our chickens lay the eggs and rather than machines our horses help with the agriculture. The land is divided by a cleansing river that we must swim, wade or paddle to cross and we are currently developing plans to build a bridge. Dealing with sudden tropical rains, a tropical climate, lush nature and a foreign culture is not always easy. Strange bird calls, frog concerts, the flight of a blue butterfly and the hum of beetles tell many stories.
The fertile land is pregnant with opportunity and freedom to live a life away from the fear and oppression of the modern world. Here we can create our individual home and live in community, love and sanctuary. But most importantly we need people with an intention to build a better life full of peace and love. We welcome children. We call for you, who want to dance the polarity in between the individual and the community. We need hands, heads and brave hearts.
Membership & Visitors
- Current members: 5
- Open to new members
- Rarely open to visitors
Contact Iris Disse via email at [email protected]