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On Reading Ken Wilber’s “Sex, Ecology, Spirituality”
Ken Wilber Quadrants AQAL

Ken Wilber’s “Sex, Ecology, Spirituality” is a daunting read by any standard. At over 850 pages (300 of which are extensive notes at the end), it is one of the most abstract books I have yet read. This was my … Continue reading

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How we Experience the World
The five senses

I am writing this book to guide you on a journey from first principles of perception through the jungle that is our mind towards becoming a whole person and towards spirituality. As much as possible I will give a logical sequence that will lead you from the powerful, yet limited mindset of Western culture towards a more spiritual, integral, holistic view of the world. Continue reading

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Ken Wilber’s Theory of Everything – Daft or Divine?
Ken Wilber's AQAL Model

Ken Wilber’s provides exactly what he advertises in the title. It is his summary of human mental and spiritual development through the millenia, his quintessence of all spiritual, intellectual, contemplative, mythic, mystic traditions of mankind. It is either a work … Continue reading

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Bridging the Gap between Knowledge and Experience
Bridging the Gap

Writing a book for the majority of people that starts from a factual, “objective”, cognitive point of view and makes a logical argument towards a more aware, subjective, somatic way of being Continue reading

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