KoMbo - Haven

We are in a grand change of the system that is simply an expression of our collective emotional human nature. We go beyond separation and competition into cooperating in unity consciousness. Unity is not unifying! Every human belongs not only to the collective, but to the infinite pure consciousness in itself and is therefore unique. This is the reality of our existence, of life as its sovereign.

The creation of the KoMbo-Haven serves us in the conscious alignment and anchoring into Unity Consciousness. In a linear perspective, we are everywhere looking for solutions to what we consider to be a problem. The dualistic mind perceives the world in problems, at its best in solutions. Our multidimensional universe is more profound. In KoMbo-Haven, we are inspired to look at the world without bias. So every experience is new and we allow ourselves to observe it neutrally. This opens us to look more compassionatly and extended. Integrity, transparency and our liberated creative power bring our potentials to shine. Being aware that change begins inside, we grow, research, reflect, we openly create with one another and consciously invest in our new steps with heart and soul. We pull the cork out of the bottle, release our genius into freedom and create in our true passion.

As sovereign captains, connected freely with one another in compassion for being human, we carry our unique gift out into the world and simultaneously create a new matrix of “philanthropic business life”: an exchange of energy, based on universal principles of neutrality and equality – instead for profit, it is an exchange from the heart. What is really sustainable is Love, the eternal gift in itself.

Compassion is not a relationship between the healer and the wounded, it’s a relationship between equals.
Only when we know our own darkness well can we be present with the darkness of others.
Compassion becomes real when we recognize our shared humanity.
Pema Chodron

Realities are fanthoms deep: „It is wise not to judge the ocean by the waves on the surface, thinking that is all there is.”
Sandra Walter