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Communal daily life as a game

The community Mandala coordinates daily and common life in an amusing way and allows a fair and flexible distribution of household and social tasks. It also gives an understanding of the different aspects of community life, supports a dynamic and creative being together and encourages to take responsibility and to value the role of our flatmates.

Trade of marbles balances economy and activities
The Marble Game provides flexibility and transparency in the economic dynamics inside the Laboratory. It balances the contribution brought in by money, work or other activities and capacities in relation to the benefits received. It has an approach of a game through which we are all brought to reflections about our contribution to the world, its value, our choice of work etc. Have fun and play the game lightly!
Protected space for profound communication
The talking stick gives each participant the full attention of the entire group. In such protected spaces it is easy to express emotions, impressions, reflections, etc. with others. That way a deep connection in the group is quickly created where each person undergoes comprehension and support for their personal processes.
This ancient tools of many cultures represents the whole existence as being a circle where each element and each archetype is represented by a specific place in the wheel. Beside some ceremonies it is used to support and map personal and communal processes in a powerful way.
Defining a different social framework and cultural codex

Everybody entering the Valley is expected to fully agree and a serie on agreements. That way we define a different social framework and cultural codex. You will be surprised how much your experiences and expression will be changing, the more you understand the deep meaning and significance of each agreement.

Permaculture is a form of whole systems design based on the sustainability of natural systems, seeking to reproduce that sustainability in our living environment. Permaculture designs differ based on climatic factors, bioregion, organizational goals, personal preferences and other factors. They integrate "land, resources, people and the environment through mutually beneficial synergies – imitating the no waste, closed loop systems seen in diverse natural systems".