Peace is not the absence or suspension of conflict but an engaged peaceful disposition toward harmonious conviviality between humans.
Spiritual peace It is a practice of the self, geared toward the development of a compassionate disposition toward self and others and a harmonious conviviality between self and others.
Spiritual peace infrastructures are material and organizational structures, facilities and technologies that support the development and enactment of spiritual peace (e.g. funding for spiritual peace practitioners and communities of practice, access to teachings, tools, places of gathering, etc.)
A Circular spiritual peace economy is what evolves out of an investment in spiritual peace which generates sustainable spiritual peacemaking practices that in turn contribute peace to the broader society. In such an economy, every dollar invested in peace generates a positive feedback loop of spiritual peace practice growth. This increases our collective biosphere of peace.
This peace symbol brings together 3 elements: the universal peace symbol, the paper crane that represents peace in the Japan, and the familiar olive branch. All this expressed in the Temple Foundation aesthetic and practice of simple lines and form.