Participatory Spirituality for the 21st Century
Per Ed's request, I'm posting a copy of the paper I just submitted for the upcoming IT Conference. I only had 3 days to work on it, so I ended up rushing on it and I'm not entirely satisfied with the end. I went in the general direction I wanted, but in the presentation I'll definitely try to clarify my proposal more and provide more concrete suggestions. If you've read some of my old blogs, you'll see (in the interest of time, since I had so little of it; and also in the spirit of Wilber!), I've used material from some of them to flesh it out ... but there is still a good bit of new material in it!
Technically, this paper is not supposed to be published anywhere. I don't think a forum really counts as "publication," but just in case, I'll leave it up only for a short time. You will find it attached below.
P.S. I have removed the attachment and replaced it with a link (above) to the pdf of the paper which is posted on the ITC website.
I will read it and comment later. For now, why aren't you allow to publish it? Or just not before the conference? Or after also? That's why I asked about the copyright issue in the Batchelor thread. I remember in the old days of I-I seminars one had to sign away any rights to anything that was presented through I-I, as they retained "ownership."