Reciprocal wellbeing is an innovative model and a manifesto which best describes what TROTI means when we talk about well-being.

The way our natural environment, which includes our bodies, is perceived and used is dictated by the values embedded in our culture, the combination of which manifest as infrastructure.

Infrastructure is the framework for the affordance (availability and probability) for things to happen and society is the support given to all to access this affordance. If that support is not there and is not equal then there is no society only the illusion of society.

Our social or big-self can only realise its true capacity through that support, but can also be inhibited by the small-self (what it feels like to be us) which can contain all kinds of generational and life trauma.

The small-self is supported through the five ways of well-being and all the instruments TROTI uses to promote and expand participation in a society that supports the wellbeing of all.

Our natural curiosity is directly related to our capacity which is released when we are well in our small selves. That curiosity is suppressed when there is no dialogue, which must be supported in all parts of society.

Only through true dialogue can we apply creativity to bringing about an infrastructure in which there is affordance for all.

For this to occur our culture must value transformation above all else and let go of the old narratives built around economic models of an illusory society.

There is no starting point in this cycle but an indicator is a re-enchantment with our natural environment and our lives which allows us to be the resource we all are to each other.