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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 26 May 22

Everybody is born at square one. There will always be people at red, and that is fine. There will always be people at amber, and that is fine. There will always be people at orange, and that is fine (and so on). An enlightened society would always make room for that by recognizing that stages in development are also stations in life. And somebody can stop at any of those stations (of Spirit’s own unfolding) and they deserve honor and respect at whatever station they are at. But the earlier stations—archaic to magic to mythic—involve stages that, nonetheless, are ones …

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Everybody is born at square one. There will always be people at red, and that is fine. There will always be people at amber, and that is fine. There will always be people at orange, and that is fine (and so on). An enlightened society would always make room for that by recognizing that stages in development are also stations …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 21 May 22

Text by Corey W. DeVos We are here today to talk about the 8 critical zones of integral metatheory, and to apply them to the ongoing cultural conversation taking place around race, racism, and other kinds of bigotry that we continue to see in the world. This discussion is going to be a great opportunity to not only learn more about these 8 primordial perspectives that are available to us, but also to see how they can be applied to social and cultural challenges and “wicked problems” such as these. The purpose of this conversation is not to say, “racism …

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Text by Corey W. DeVos We are here today to talk about the 8 critical zones of integral metatheory, and to apply them to the ongoing cultural conversation taking place around race, racism, and other kinds of bigotry that we continue to see in the world. This discussion is going to be a great opportunity to not only learn more …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Apr 22

Integral Life now has an iOS app! “This is the best and easiest way for supporting members of Integral Life to stay connected with and current with all of our releases, and to enjoy our media on the go. You can also access all of our practice sessions in the app, navigate our entire library of content, and even mark certain pieces as “favorites” so you can come back to them later. Very cool.” https://apps.apple.com/us/app/integral-life/id1596743901‎Integral Lifeitunes.apple.com

Integral Life now has an iOS app! “This is the best and easiest way for supporting members of Integral Life to stay connected with and current with all of our releases, and to enjoy our media on the go. You can also access all of our practice sessions in the app, navigate our entire library of content, and even mark …

Integral Life now has an iOS app!

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Apr 22

Today we take a close look at “power”, which is one of those words that everyone says but few people fully understand. Or at the very least, people tend to have many different meanings for “power”, which shows up somewhat differently depending on what quadrant you are looking at, and what altitude you are looking from. And as is often the case with integral discussions, we naturally start thinking about power in terms of some fundamental polarities, many of which we will explore today. Because there is often a critical tension between these different meanings and modes of power — …

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Today we take a close look at “power”, which is one of those words that everyone says but few people fully understand. Or at the very least, people tend to have many different meanings for “power”, which shows up somewhat differently depending on what quadrant you are looking at, and what altitude you are looking from. And as is often …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 21 Oct 21

“It is not that these energy fields are radically meta-physical, because if they were, then all of these fields (because they would not in any way be bound to physical objects), could and would be surrounding all physical objects, whereas in fact, these fields only emerge with (and surround) material objects of a corresponding degree of complexity.” —Ken Wilber In this episode of The Ken Show we take a look at an essay by Ken Wilber titled “Toward a Comprehensive Theory of Subtle Energy” (available to download for free!) which offers an elegant summary of how these energies might be …

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“It is not that these energy fields are radically meta-physical, because if they were, then all of these fields (because they would not in any way be bound to physical objects), could and would be surrounding all physical objects, whereas in fact, these fields only emerge with (and surround) material objects of a corresponding degree of complexity.” —Ken Wilber In …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Sep 21

In this very special episode of The Ken Show we are joined by Aissatou Diallo, Zoe Tray, and Noah Delorme, students at Choate Rosemary Hall who have been studying Ken Wilber’s seminal book, Sex, Ecology, Spirituality for their senior year project. Watch as Ken, Aissatou, Zoe, and Noah unpack many of the core insights of SES and discuss the unique value Integral work holds for a new generation of thinkers, leaders, artists, and scholars. We were absolutely blown away by the depth, care, and curiosity that shone through these students’ questions, as well as the obvious enthusiasm they have for …

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In this very special episode of The Ken Show we are joined by Aissatou Diallo, Zoe Tray, and Noah Delorme, students at Choate Rosemary Hall who have been studying Ken Wilber’s seminal book, Sex, Ecology, Spirituality for their senior year project. Watch as Ken, Aissatou, Zoe, and Noah unpack many of the core insights of SES and discuss the unique …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Aug 21

The eight primordial zones refer to the most fundamental perspectives that we can take on any phenomenon. Most of us are already familiar with Ken Wilber’s Four Quadrant map, but this presentation goes one step deeper — we aren’t just looking at the quadrants themselves, but the “inner” and “outer” dimensions of each quadrant (i.e. looking at each quadrant from the 1st-person, and from the 3rd-person). Taken together, these eight zones organize and situate all of the major methodologies and schools of thought that we use to generate and confirm our knowledge. But these aren’t just boxes on a piece …

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The eight primordial zones refer to the most fundamental perspectives that we can take on any phenomenon. Most of us are already familiar with Ken Wilber’s Four Quadrant map, but this presentation goes one step deeper — we aren’t just looking at the quadrants themselves, but the “inner” and “outer” dimensions of each quadrant (i.e. looking at each quadrant from …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 3 Aug 21

Welcome to the Integral Summer of Love! Over the next several weeks we will be publishing a series of Ken Show discussions that explore the ongoing unfoldment of love along the paths of Waking Up, Growing Up, Opening Up, Cleaning Up, and Showing Up. These are some of the most powerful, transformative, and touching conversations Ken has ever recorded. — Ken and Corey begin with a heartfelt discussion of the Grace and Grit film that just released, as well as the underlying and undying love that Ken and Treya shared — bringing us right into the heart of this conversation …

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Welcome to the Integral Summer of Love! Over the next several weeks we will be publishing a series of Ken Show discussions that explore the ongoing unfoldment of love along the paths of Waking Up, Growing Up, Opening Up, Cleaning Up, and Showing Up. These are some of the most powerful, transformative, and touching conversations Ken has ever recorded. — …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Jun 21

Welcome back to The Ken Show! In this episode we continue our fascinating discussion about Integral epistemology, taking a look at the important but partial truths of Marxism, how we go about verifying and confirming spiritual experiences, and the involutionary/evolutionary nature of mathematics. This is a continuation of the previous episode of The Ken Show, where we walked through a dozen major schools of epistemology and took note of their strengths, limitations, and how they fit into a more comprehensive and Integral method of sense-making. If you haven’t watched that episode already, we highly recommend you do so! Why is …

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Welcome back to The Ken Show! In this episode we continue our fascinating discussion about Integral epistemology, taking a look at the important but partial truths of Marxism, how we go about verifying and confirming spiritual experiences, and the involutionary/evolutionary nature of mathematics. This is a continuation of the previous episode of The Ken Show, where we walked through a …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 3 Jun 21

We are very happy to announce that the long-awaited film adaptation of Ken Wilber’s Grace and Grit is being released TOMORROW, Friday, June 4! Adapting Treya and Ken Wilber’s story of courage, transcendence, and eternal love as chronicled in the globally acclaimed book, Grace and Grit, the film stars Mena Suvari, Stuart Townsend, Frances Fisher, Mariel Hemingway, Rebekah Graf, Nick Stahl, and Brian McGovern. Click through to find everything you need to know about the film release. Preorder the film via Apple here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/grace-and-grit/id1567677063Grace and Grit Film Release: Everything You Need to Know – Integral Lifeintegrallife.comWe are very happy to …

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We are very happy to announce that the long-awaited film adaptation of Ken Wilber’s Grace and Grit is being released TOMORROW, Friday, June 4! Adapting Treya and Ken Wilber’s story of courage, transcendence, and eternal love as chronicled in the globally acclaimed book, Grace and Grit, the film stars Mena Suvari, Stuart Townsend, Frances Fisher, Mariel Hemingway, Rebekah Graf, Nick …

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