An interdisciplinary site of promoting public health in the intersection between art, buddhism, interdependence and psychology
The world needs sustainability and it needs solutions in many life areas which are sustainable to people and the planet we inhabit. We need to find sustainable solutions which make us move forward and not backwards in our development and evolution
What is public health in regards to food? What is public health in regard to money? What is public health in regard to fitness? What is public health in regard to relations, architecture, environment, thinking, feeling?
To make this planet of ours a good sustainable place to be
As a psychologist, buddhist, art therapist and artist, I draw inspiration from tibetan buddhism to try to find ways that may be sustainable in the area of psychology and art
The consequences of accumulative economic growth has its consequences on our wellbeing, and the wellbeing of other species and the planet.
I have a belief in the power and importance of compassion in today’s world. If we had more compassion, we would care more about ourselves, others and the planet we inhabit, and our choices would be sustainable for the Whole instead of just ourselves. Tibetan buddhism teach that we are all the time chasing outer appearances instead of trying to learn about and finding peace of mind and developing our compassionate heart. I wish we would focus more on our interconnectedness and heart so that our compassion would include not just ourselves and our close ones, but also communities, countries, the planet and the Whole. And in this way we would create sustainability. I hope that my art may convey some of these values