We are committing to a world

in which increasing amounts of people know and use the principles of mindfulness, regardless of their world view and religion, origin, skin color, socio-economic status, gender, sexual orientation, profession and formal education.

We are basing this on the understanding that people who seriously practice mindfulness over a long time period

  • become more conscious in terms of their own perceptions, thoughts, needs, feelings and modes of behavior
  • continue to develop mentally and emotionally
  • become more empathetic and present in their exchanges with others
  • open up more consciously and profoundly to shared concerns and can commit to them more efficiently and clearly.

We are therefore committing to a world in which people increasingly develop their mental, emotional, social and – depending on their world view – spiritual potential and integrate it to their individual well-being, the well-being of people in their direct living situations and the benefit of the global community.