In this project, I myself, as a designer, am the target group. Working in the constraints of deadlines, briefings, clients and the subconscious feeling that “thinking” isn't productive. But it was important to test the hypothesis and understand not only what reflection and reflective practices really mean, but what it means for the work of a designer. I conducted a study with more than 50 designers from diverse backgrounds and had many conversations with mindfulness practitioners, designers and researchers on creative practices. Through the study, the collective meditations, experiments, debates and research I understood that the usual workflow in design is a disrupted brickwork of separate projects with different clients, users and briefings. A reflection however is a connected thread. And I felt the urge of creatives worldwide to connect and share their learnings beyond their institutions or organisations.