Suffering from conflict?

We might be able to help.




Our work consist of 5 steps:

  1. Establish Eternal Truths.
  2. Surface each felt perspective.
  3. Map out collective experiences.
  4. Cultivate empathy through prayer/meditation.
  5. Restructure institutions from emergent insights.

We can never know exactly what will comes up. Each session is a discovery process. That said, reconciliation will happen, so long as we stay the course.

We usually conduct this in workshop format, but the process might also involve field/site work. We repeat this process, and scale to different scopes. This could be working with one or dozens, lasting from a day to several weeks.



This is the only service we offer.

However, our work is applicable in various scenarios, including home, work, school, religious, legal, social, political, and military conflicts.

A prerequisite for this work is that it’s meant for parties committed to the Golden Rule as their compass, rather than profits, recognition, productivity, metrics, or specific outcomes.



The work is simple conceptually. It’s just these five common-sense steps. However, mastery comes from our ability to stay emotionally grounded, while honoring any and all feelings that come up. Developing this skill is a lifetime process.

Throughout our work, we keep a firm check on reactive impulses such as judgment, pride, contention, shame, blame, insult, and accusation. We have to be ready and willing to feel through the pain of each other.

We do our best to redact any personal information. However, we ask for permission to share some details with the public.

Though I’ve been on an inner journey for over 20 years, I still consider myself only a student. As should all of us. We’re all learning here, including me. My role is to provide structure and experience. The actual authority comes from sense of Truth built into each one of us.


Whoever you work with, or whether you take it upon yourselves, the work of conflict reconciliation is essential in our current phase of humanity.

We provide a one-hour intro session at no charge, after which we determine if there’s a fit. If there is, we plan out next steps.

We’ve advanced much as a planet, but we have a lot of hard, inner work ahead when it comes to human conflict. Do give reconciling conflict a priority. My best wishes to you.

Ranjeeth Thunga
Perspective Mapper