Michael Dowd, whom I've discussed here before and who gave a presentation at the recent Integral Spiritual Experience conference, has posted a list of resources that he recommends for both "secular" and religious folks interested in integral/evolutionary spirituality or "living in right relationship to reality."

 

Big Integrity Resources: Growing in Right Relationship to Reality

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Thanks Bruce,

I might add, his presentation and workshop at the ISE 3 was spirited and engaging.

Cheers,

Doug

Hi, Doug, I wish I had seen it.  I did see a few minutes of it on one evening when the ISE site was opened up to the public, for us to watch a live music performance.  I skipped around in there and got a taste of a few of the presentations.  I commented here right after that that I didn't really resonate with at least some of the content, feeling I'm in a different "space" than the space of the I-I/"official" form of Integral Spirituality, but with fine folks like you and Jane there, I expect I would have enjoyed it all the same...

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