Most of the decisions we make in the present for the future are motivated by our past experiences. We think what's possible or not, is based on what has worked or not and the assumptions we have. When talking about peace and justice in the land, most say it is unimaginable or will take multiple generations. All these aspects do not allow for engagement; why engage in that which is impossible?
Holy Land Trust believes that collective transformation starts with individuals transforming themselves to engage in making the impossible possible. To envision a future not limited by past fears and experiences of violence but one that honors and learns from the past (so that we don't repeat the same mistakes) and is independent of its influence. Justice and reconciliation work is intrinsically centered on individual responsibility and empowerment.
Holy Land Trust looks at the obstacles, whether real or illusionary, that hinder the full actualization of peace and justice. And while we focus on the emotional entanglements that stunt individuals' personal growth, we also provide networks that offer tangible support to nurture their development.
The nonlinear thinking methodology (developed by Miki Walleczek from Austria, a leading global thinker in consciousness work and achieving breakthrough results for individuals, organizations, and communities) is the methodology we use for personal transformation. It paves the way for individuals to deeply understand how the past influences and shapes us, and through this awareness chose a different path.