Unlike "classical" democracy, where the majority is decisive, Deep Democracy proposes that all voices, states of consciousness, and models of reality are important.


Deep democracy also assumes that all the information contained in these voices, states of consciousness, and models is needed to understand the entire process of a system.


Deep democracy is an attitude that focuses on the perception of voices, both central voices and marginal voices.


This type of awareness can be applied to groups, organizations, one's own inner experiences, people in conflict, etc.


Taking seemingly unimportant events and feelings seriously can often pave the way for unexpected solutions to group and internal conflicts.