Integral Psychology by Ken Wilber
Consciousness, Spirit, Psychology, Therapy

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Thegoal of an "integral psychology" is to honor and embrace every legitimate aspect of human consciousness under one roof. This book presents one of the first truly integrative models of consciousness, psychology, and therapy. Drawing on hundreds of sources—Eastern and Western, ancient and modern—Wilber creates a psychological model that includes waves of development, streams of development, states of consciousness, and the self, and follows the course of each from subconscious to self-conscious tosuperconscious. Included in the book are charts correlating over a hundred psychological and spiritual schools from around the world, including Kabbalah,Vedanta, Plotinus, Teresa of Ávila, Aurobindo, Theosophy, and modern theorists such as Jean Piaget, Erik Erikson, Jane Loevinger, Lawrence Kohlberg,Carol Gilligan, Erich Neumann, and Jean Gebser. IntegralPsychologyis Wilber's most ambitious psychological system to date and is already being called a landmark study in human development.

 

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\Ken Wilber is a widely read and influential American theorist who has been credited with creating a genuine world philosophy. He is the author of Boomeritis, A Brief History of Everything, and A Theory of Everything.
 
Published August 5, 2011 by Shambhala Publications. 320 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Professional & Technical, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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In this dense text, philosopher Wilber (The Eye of the Spirit) aims to reconstruct a place for spiritual consciousness in Western developmental psychology.

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After finishing her studies of psychology at Freie Universität Berlin as Dipl.Psychologist, Dorothea worked as Assistant Teacher at the Freie Universität Berlin, where she started her doctoral dissertation about the cohesion of Consciousness and Life Conditions.

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The following article was written in response to a conference call in January 2007 concerning the Integral Psychograph with Integral Institute’s David Zeitler, and organised by Joanne Rubin of the Integral Psychology Affinity Group.

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The Integral wave is vast and diverse, though it is mostly associated with the Northern American community, as well as some integral salons scattered around the world.

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During this period Eugene served as an Integral Theory expert and conceptual co-developer of an international initiative “Global Dialogue: Russian Contribution.” Pilot projects from which this Program stemmed were held at the World Economic Forum (Davos), Permanent Mission of the Russian Federati...

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In December 2012, upon an invitation from Ipraktik (Moscow, Russia) Colin Bigelow (Ken Wilber’s Senior Assistant and member of the Board of Directors at the Integral Institute) and Clint Fuhs (CEO of the Integral Institute and co-founder of Core Integral, Inc.) came to Moscow and led a series of ...

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(Wilber, 2000, p 42f) Kegan and Lahey, who have been collaborating for twenty-five years, co-authored How the Way We Talk Can Change the Way We Work in 2001, and now Immunity to Change in 2009.

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Andrew Shorrock offers us a brief—somewhat over 200 pages—yet informative canter through the highways and byways of transpersonal psychology, Ken Wilber’s intellectual home until he launched his own ‘Integral’ movement in the mid- to late-90s (though Ken backdates his actual exit from the transpe...

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And here Forman follows the basic map of Wilber in starting with the pre-personal (Chapter 6), moving on into a discussion of the early and mid-personal (Chapter 7), and then into the personal and transpersonal, in Chapter 8, which also includes a discussion of the Nondual.

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