My life work is the Self-Realization process, expressing it through my current designation as a “Student of Perspectives”.
I spent half a lifetime on what I consider a profound inner journey of meditation, self-reflection, and journaling, including many years in India. Through continuous trial and error, I managed to hone-in on some important realizations of Self that I feel can be of profound value to others.
Aided by scriptures and lectures, and through dialog with thousands of people of various backgrounds over the years, I’ve cultivated a robust meta-perspective of our collective mind that can inform my work for the rest of my life.
Also, I acutely experience (in first, second, and third-person) the tragedy of human conflict. The pain of our collective trauma lives within me, informing all the work I do and the life I live.
My work has little to do with visible metrics or worldly achievements (such as ranks, awards, titles, position, or money). Nor does it have to do with complicated logical frameworks. In fact, my work and life is an abnegation of these, based on the premise of simply tuning in and expressing out.
As for a standard bio, I graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from Johns Hopkins University, where I worked on additional graduate-level coursework and research. Much of my career was as a Tech Consultant, including through the Fund for the City of New York, helping organizations improve their systems infrastructure. While on a primarily self-reflective journey, I worked on projects as part of the inaugural batch of startups at T-Hub, India’s largest startup incubator. There, I started its first Peer Community, helping bring together the mindsets of dozens of startup founders throughout India to tackle prescient challenges in the country. I’ve also held programs at various institutions, including Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Indian Economic Trade Organization, and Ictect.
Please get in touch if I can be of service to you. My best.