We suffer from conflict in all aspects of our life. Be it in the way we live our life, how we relate with our family, friends, and colleagues, how we manage our org, and how we address larger scale social issues.
There’s no part of our life unaffected by human conflict, which manifests in our world as ugly competition, abuse, trauma, violence and war…and in our heart as suffering.
And the wisdom from the beginning of time is universal: to truly address conflict, we must look within.
Perspective Depth was officially launched as a new organization in early 2021.
However, it is a restructuring of over a decade of past work, research, and dialog centered on delving into the nature of human perspectives.
The flagship project was Perspective Mapper, which officially launched in 2013, with its roots in 2009. Its theme has been social, research, contemplation, and missionary work. Though some of the work was public, much of the work was meditative, quiet and under-the-radar.
Ultimately I felt time to re-establish this work under a new banner, with a clear, simple, and precise purpose. Thus, Perspective Depth was created.
“Perspective” is our vantage point to reality. It is the theme of my life work over the course of the last 15 years, and an indication of our unique appreciation of how we experience the world.
“Depth” is that we need to see our conflicts deeply enough…deep enough to realize that what we’re looking at is a projection of the conflict within us.
I call myself a “Perspective Mapper“. Though I now feel Perspective Depth is the more appropriate name for my organization, this title I feel best describes the role I play in mitigating conflict — I’m not here as an authority, but as one who is uncovering a deeper point-of-view in conflict.
State of World
Our world is woefully unequipped to handle the conflicts we experience as human beings — on all levels. Conflict exists all around, is projected from all sides, and felt acutely within our hearts.
Our ability to process conflict is dependent on the maturity of our perspectives. And we need to evolve. Our society’s current approach to handling conflict is neither mature nor sustainable.
Upgrading our perspective of life, and each other, is arguably of top urgency. And this process starts within each one of us. I feel our work can help.
We provide 360 Perspective Workshops to help you and your group(s) reconcile conflicts you feel with each other.
NOTE: These are currently on hold, but contain some valuable content.
In addition to our service, we have several subsites that contain content around many of the issues. Our primary subsite is framed on mapping out conflicts, helping us transcend our enmities with each other (PerspectiveMapper.org). Our other subsites include insights to living more intentionally aligned with Deeper Self (ClearSimpleLife.com), cultivating a simple, universal meditation practice (PrimeMeditation.org), and sharing some markers for what our future 10-20 years might look like (OurFinalDays.com).
Do also join the project on our YouTube channel and Twitter feed. You can also get in touch with me personally. Text or call +1.973.679.4564, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find me by name on FB Messenger as well.
You can visit my personal site to learn more about me and my own perspective (RanjeethThunga.com).
I look forward to conversing soon.