I have been on a long-term spiritual study that has included many of Ken's other works. I have a lot of christian friends who I respect, but just do not resonate with their perspectives. I listened to this and "duh!" now I know why. I always had a sense that it was developmental, but this really pins it down for me. Tami Simon interviews Ken with perfect balance of both clarifying and challenging questions. In fact many times, I would be listening and have a question come to mind and wouldn't you know it, Tami would ask it! I would love to have the text of this interview. It would be nice to study both the recording and text.I have made giant strides in my understanding of my place in the range of spiritual perspectives. Thank you Ken Wilber!
Ken's openness to all perspectives and his depth of understanding.
Session 3: The Freedom and Fullness of Enlightenment
Reading Ken Wilber will open you up to a new way of looking at this thing we call life. Start with this, listen to it about ten times to really take it in. Try moving on to an integral life practice (ILP). An ILP makes many personal growth practices look like kindergarten compared to grad school, especially those new age/magical "practices" that seem to catch our attention.
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