Public Spaces for Caring and Reflection

The idea of wellness has become overwhelming to many people and individuals are taking increased responsibility for proactive care of themselves. At the same time the health care system is working reactively to treat illness.

How can we created spaces where individuals can be supported by collective intelligence, and where health care actors can take responsibility for supporting individuals and communities in promoting proactive care, wellbeing and ultimately a thriving society.

What if we could create spaces in schools, outside primary care centres, or in public spaces where health care specialists could facilitate conversations with individuals or groups, or activities related to relaxation (meditation, wellbeing, etc.)

What if our city had urban space for contemplation and provided reflecting time to meet spiritual ourselves in between neighbourhood, alleys or parks. What if we were moving away from transactional city design to spiritual abundance?