The individual person, as a lovable being gifted with sanity, is – with all its complexities, needs and contradictions as a self and a counterpart – the main reference point for all considerations and efforts.
Each type of congregation of individuals is based on the constant and credible effort to lovingly, benevolently and sincerely encounter the counterpart with empathy, respect and esteem. Individual characteristics, convictions, insights and experiences are to be respected and do not affect others.
Openness and transparency are the defining foundations for a trusting and prosperous coexistence, whereby the dignity and the right to privacy and confidentiality are not affected.
All methods of meditation are based on honesty on the part of the teachers and voluntariness on the part of the participants.
The participants are fully and solely responsible for their own decisions and actions and their consequences in the sense of a mature self-determination.
On the basis of a comprehensive theoretical knowledge and extensive practical experience, and against the background of a critical self-assessment, only methods are taught, practices are carried out and knowledge given, which is attributable to the relevant aptitude and ability of the teacher. The actual prerequisites of the participants determine the extent and the limits of this mediation.
Exploring new spaces, investigating unknown realms of consciousness and experiencing intense emotions requires curiosity, mutual trust and integrity, conscientiousness, perseverance and patience. A conducive development in a meditative sense involves opening oneself to the new without prejudice, not surpressing the painful, cultivating the individually beneficial, distinguishing between harmful and helpful and actively sharing these insights and experiences.
Occurring conflicts, impairments or threats of any quality should be avoided by the intensified mindfulness and care of all involved participants. If this is not aplicable as least they should be intercepted as early as possible or, if already occurring, worked up constructively and amicably.
When people gather, especially while execising meditation techniques, it is essential to rely on a valid and obliging fundament for all participant.
The diversity of individual preconditions, expectations and needs, but also the usual contact with the common sense world may possibly evoke massive challenges and necessarily require a cautious correction of own world view and the and the contextualisation of oneself within it. In short: The unnumerable aspects of possible imponderabilities mandatorily need a reliable frame.
Such a set of rules like the one presented here has not to be elaborated in detail, but should be arranged more comprehensively. This way more difficult approach requires a conscious flair, attentiveness, heart and mind. Therefore it grants rather the space of a necessary freedom while exploring unknown terrains, than making one believe in a restricting security.