This is a question we should expect of every new visitor: "What is depth?" So I thought I'd start a discussion here about what it means to us.
Off the cuff:
Early psychoanalysts (and some later ones) say that depth = early. Like, childhood. Yes, in part; but for me, depth refers not only to the unconscious dimension of human existence, as a level of consciousness under everything we ever do, but more specifically to the archetypes and mythic structures and collective and personal fantasies that inhabit that realm.
A while back, at a talk I gave at a San Francisco hackathon, the question came up of the mythic fantasies involved in the Internet. Half-joking, I told the story of Indra's fabulous set of jewels, each node of which reflected all the others (spiritual packet-switching). In India, Indra the lightning (electricity?) god is known as the supreme narcissist; Indra would have loved selfie sticks and pictures of himself on Facebook. So I suggested we call it the Indranet.
None of this has any substantiation apart from my own speculative associations. But when we start looking at what images and stories come out of the surface of what we say and do, we enter depth, at least as I try to understand it.
How do you see it?