All quadrants, all levels, all lines, all states, all types.
• What Is Integral?
• Introduction To Integral
• The Integral Operating System
• The History Of Integral
• Integral Theory And Practice (pdf)
• Formless Mountain: An Integral Atelier
• AQAL Integral Map
• The Four Quadrants
• A Visit To Ken Wilber, January 1997
Overview Video Clips:
• Integral Naked Videos
Overview Audio Clips:
• Ken Wilber On The Origins Of Integral Perspective (mp3)
• Ken Wilber Describes His Savant-Like Abilities (mp3)
• 73 audio files from 2003 Ken Wilber gathering (mp3)
• Genpo Roshi's Big Mind Process (Includes online videos and a stirring endorsement by Ken Wilber)
• From You To Infinity In 3 Pages By Ken Wilber
Recommended Books & Other Resources
• Integral Vision by Ken Wilber
• A Brief History of Everything by Ken Wilber
• Integral Life Practice Book
• Integral Life Practice Starter Kit
• Introducing Ken Wilber by Lew Howard
• Grace & Grit by Ken Wilber
• One Taste by Ken Wilber
• Big Mind - Big Heart by Genpo Roshi
• Soulfully Gay by Joe Perez
Especially Important Overview Websites:
• Wikipedia On Ken Wilber
• Integral Institute
• Integral Life
• Integral Naked
• Integral Naked On YouTube
• Ken Wilber's Website
• Integral World
• Formless Mountain
• Integral Rising Resource Page
• Integral Diagrams
• Integral Info
• What Is Enlightenment? (Andrew Cohen)
• Spiral Dynamics (Don Beck)
• Cook-Greuter & Associates (Susanne Cook-Greuter)
• Genpo Roshi Website
• Integral Transformative Practice (George Leonard & Michael Murphy)
• Wikipedia On Sri Aurobindo
Ken Wilber & Integrally-Related Salons, Centers, Communities, Meeting Places
• Integral Institute Forums
• Integral Rising
• Integral Community Organizers
• Integral Communities & Salons
• General Ken Wilber Meetup Groups
• Boulder Integral
• Pacific Integral
• Next Step Integral
• Integral Sedona
• Integral NHNE
• Integral Seattle Salon
*Integral New York
Integral Coaching & Coaches:
• Integral Coaching Canada
Integral Blogs & Bloggers:
• Ken Wilber
• Ken Wilber on MySpace
• Robb Smith
• Robert MacNaughton
• Diane Musho Hamilton
• Terry Patten
• Steve McIntosh
• Andrew Cohen
Critical Websites & Blogs:
• Integral World
• Open Integral
• Kheper On Ken Wilber
Integral Sedona is a group that meets weekly at the Sedona Public Library to discuss human and evolutionary development. It studies the four quadrants, stages of growth, lines of development and individual typologies. It supports and promotes integral life practices. The discussions and study are grounded in the Integral Psychology and Philosophy of Ken Wilber. The group meets Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., at the Sedona Public Library. Meetings are open to anyone interested, and are free.
Integral Sedona Presents
Saturday January 23, 2016
at the Sedona Public Library Community Room
3250 White Bear Dr.
10:00am to 12:00 Noon
The Awakening of a Scientific Mind, Part II
Marjorie Hines Woollacott
Integral Sedona is a group that meets Saturdays at the Sedona Public Library from 10:AM to 12:PM to discuss human and evolutionary development. It examines the four quadrants, stages of growth, states of consciousness, lines of development and individual typologies from an Integral perspective. It supports and promotes integral life practices. The discussions and study are grounded in the Developmental Psychology and Integral Philosophy of Ken Wilber.
Meetings are open to anyone interested in learning. Every Saturday is a new presentation and discussion. Attendance is free. A weekly announcement is sent to everyone whose email address is added to the list available at each meeting. The list is not shared with anyone or organization.
Silent Meditation on Sunday is a sitting together in the meditation chapel at the former Gnostic Seminary from 9:30 am -10:30 am, 460 Morgan Road, 282-2444. Open and free to anyone interested in sitting together in silence for two 24 minute sessions. A great opportunity for learning to sit with others. Come early to chat but leave in silence.
"The AQAL Code is the result of what started as The Human Consciousness Project. Similar to the Human Genome Project, the Consciousness Project was created to map every state of consciousness, personality type, meme, neurotransmitter from dopamine to serotonin, every synapse, PET distribution scan, meditation state, altered state, peak experience, neuropeptide, stage of consciousness, neuronal display, twitch, twinge, and tingle of the human mind, or psyche, or bodymind, or brain-mind, or whatever you want to call our being. The idea was to get a complete map of the human brain-mind -- a composite map created by looking at every known culture and its psychological, spiritual, and scientific maps of the human psyche -- going back thousands of years, and then using all of those partial maps to create a composite map of the full potentials of the total known territory of the human psyche to date."
--- Excerpt from Ken Wilber's new novel, "The Many Faces Of Terrorism"
The concept of Altitude is a radically new approach to development created by Ken Wilber and presented in his book Integral Spirituality. In Holons, we use Altitude as a measure of development in both culture and consciousness. A simple way to explain it is to say that Altitude indicates the degree of developmental unfolding of items such as complexity, consciousness, and the number of perspectives one can take. For example, in consciousness development as indicated below, one goes from the capacity to take only a 1st-person perspective, to also being able to take a 2nd-person perspective, to also being able to take a 3rd-person perspective, and so on. Thus, in this example, you can see that the capacity for love increases (from being able to love only me, to being able to love us, to being able to love all of us, to being able to love all sentient beings....). For convenience, Altitude follows the natural colors of the rainbow, so you'll often hear us refer to degree of development or degree of consciousness or degree of capacity to love, etc. by a particular color of the rainbow. Click here for more information.
According to Integral Theory, there are at least 4 primary dimensions or perspectives through which we can experience the world: subjective, intersubjective, objective, and interobjective. These 4 perspectives, represented graphically, are the upper-left, lower-left, upper-right, and lower-right quadrants.What’s the point of looking at the world through a 4-quadrant lens? Simple answer: Anything less is narrow, partial and fragmented! Integral Theory maintains that all 4 quadrants are real -- and all are important. So, for example, to the question of what is more real, the brain (with its neural pathways and structures) or the mind (with its thoughts and perceptions), Integral Theory answers: BOTH. Click here for more information.