Are you and/or your group suffering from conflict? Our Perspective Mapping Sessions might help. Our sessions provide an open space for you to restructure your conflict with others.
Each session adheres to a 70-minute structure, with a 20-minute break in between sessions. The sessions are individual for now, but will eventually switch to group sessions down the road.
Our process consists of 6 steps:
- Meditation | Prayer
- Empathy Mapping
We can never know exactly what will come up. That said, reconciliation will happen, so long as we stay the course. Each session is a discovery process... part of the joy for everyone (especially me).
Our work applies in various contexts, including conflicts in home, work, school, religious, legal, social, political, and military.
A prerequisite is that parties commit to the Golden Rule. Also, each individual should participate voluntarily. No obligation or mandate.
The work is simple in concept. Mastery is a lifetime process however, arising from our ability to stay grounded while working through our impulsive reactions, such as prejudice, pride, contempt or contention.
To register for a session, we ask each participant sign up for our Premium Membership ($20 / month / participant). If you'd like to sign up for 12 sessions for a discount, sign up for the yearly package. A separate signup is required for each participant.
Each Premium Membership comes with a pass for one online Perspective Mapping Group Session, held online. The session will either be individual or with other peer members of Perspective Depth.
If desired, we can provide special arrangements for your group or community (see below).
NOTE: All payments are handled through Stripe.
You might want an alternative arrangement. This could include:
- In-Person Sessions
- One-on-One Coaching
- Group / Bulk Signups
- Speaking Engagements
- Direct Consulting
The work of conflict reconciliation is essential more than ever.
We’ve advanced so much as a planet, but greater maturity in handling human conflicts is still sorely needed.
I ask you give conflict reconciliation a real, deserved priority in the coming months and years. We're here to support you along the way.