We suffer from conflict in various facets of our life.
Be it in the complexity of our life routines, maintaining clear communication with our family, friends, and colleagues, juggling perspectives in our work, and playing our role in 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 hearts as deep suffering.
Viable approaches to human conflict baffle us. Answers don't seem to be out there, so we resort to judgment and blaming. But this doesn't get us too far.
We ultimately find we must go within.
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As of 2021, our world is ill-equipped to handle its conflicts Conflict is all around, projected from every side, and felt acutely within our hearts.
Our ability to process conflict is dependent on the maturity of our perspectives. And its clear we desperately need to evolve. Upgrading our perspectives of life, and of each other, is of highest urgency. And this process starts by working through the judgments we harbor within each one of us.
Our organizaton and website was formed to help encourage this process.
By being a member, you have access to interactive 360 Perspective Workshops to help you and your group(s) reconcile the conflicts you are experiencing. These sessions are the tentpole of our work.
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“Perspective” is our unique vantage point to life. It is the theme of my life work for over a decade.
“Depth” indicates that when we look deep within, we find ourselves not separate from those we are in conflict with, and not separate from the Source of creation within.
I call myself a “Perspective Mapper“, as my chosen role is to help organize our diverse viewpoints and find harmony within.
Perspective Depth is a 2021 restructuring of over a decade of previous work, with a decided focus on tackling conflict from within.
Its roots come primarily from the Perspective Mapper project, sprouted in 2013, seeded in 2009. The theme has throughout been social, research, contemplation, and missionary work, helping us cultivate a broader perspective by helping us map out our full self. Many past articles are archived on legacy.perspectivedepth.org.
Please note: Though I've explored inner conflict for half my life, I consider myself a student of the subject – that designation will not change in this lifetime. I think maintaining a student perspective is essential when dealing with these issues in particular.
You can visit my personal site to learn more about me and my own perspective (RanjeethThunga.com).
I look forward to conversing soon.