Setting Foundations for a New Civilization

Setting Foundations for a New Civilization


by Martin Winiecki

This book contains ten study texts by Tamera researchers Dieter Duhm, Sabine Lichtenfels, Bernd Walter Mueller and Monika Alleweldt in the areas “science of transformation”, “healing of love”, and “a new material basis for human civilization”; edited by Martin Winiecki, coordinator of the Institute for Global Peace Work in Tamera.



We can perhaps compare the transition to the new era with the transformation of a caterpillar into a butterfly. An entirely new organism is formed from the material of the old one. Just as the butterfly is already living in the caterpillar as an inherent higher self, so lives Terra Nova, the new Earth, as the hidden potential already existing in this world and within us. The following task goes to the peace forces of the Earth – Find the thoughts, words and images that activate the manifestation of a newly healed world!“

Martin Winiecki

This collection describes the theoretical foundations of the project of the healing biotopes. It contains ten study texts by thought leaders from Tamera – Dieter Duhm, Sabine Lichtenfels, Bernd Walter Müller and Monika Alleweldt – on research areas such as: “Theory of global healing”, “Healing of love”, “Cooperation with nature”, and “How information works”.

If all those who take to the streets worldwide against injustice and destruction had a perspective – if they only knew what they are fighting for as well as what they are fighting against – their efforts would have a chance for success. In the framework of the Peace Education of Tamera, time and again study texts have emerged that describe not only issues and solutions in one area or another, but an interconnected perspective for the global revolution. These theoretical foundations were written with the direct and living experience of building healing biotopes and creating a global peace network.

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Weight 0.25 kg
Dimensions 20 × 12.9 × 0.8 cm

Martin Winiecki, born in 1990 in Dresden, Germany. At the age of 14 he was already politically active in the youth movements of his hometown. From 2006-2009 he participated in the peace education “Monte Cerro” in Tamera and became a central collaborator of the project. Today he is the coordinator of the school Terra Nova, an online education for young people. He is a committed networker and despite his youth already a profound knowledge of global political contexts and movements.

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Photo © TameraArts: Rajendra Singh (m) in a talk with the coordinator of the Global Ecology Institute of Tamera, Bernd W. Mueller (le)