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Runaway Realization
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A reflective understanding through an inter-disciplinary lens In this ground breaking work, by challenging the idea that reality can have a bottom or a top that is fixed and final, Almaas does away…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Balder Sep 2, 2015.

Somatic Development ~ Theresa Silow
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 Silow first conducts a neat UL-UR correlation of Gebser's structures with the functioning of the nervous system as understood through Polyvagal Theory (PVT), as also a phylogeny-ontogeny…Continue

Tags: Gebser, embodiment, polyvagal, somatic, organismic

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ambo Suno Aug 23, 2015.

Uprising ~ Eric Towle
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Towle brings to our attention the dynamic interplay of two forces which concomitantly shape our destiny: the organic, bottom-up evolution of consciousness, and the inorganic, top-down machinery to…Continue

Tags: civilization, Empire, Matrix, co-option, engineering

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rev. O.M. Bastet Aug 10, 2015.

The Integral Meta-Management Model - Cardozo & Ferrer

The authors construct a model for Integral Business drawing from various other models and theories across all AQAL elements.I specifically find Fred Kofman’s Conscious Business framework…Continue

Tags: systems, management, leadership, business

Started Jan 18, 2014

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Edwyrd theurj Burj replied to Neelesh Marik's discussion Sophia speaks - Bruce Alderman
"In the strange and wondrous land of hyperlinking I came upon this old post in another thread. I said: Hmm, Museque says that perhaps there is a meditative praxis to be had invoking prepositions to activate primordial image schemas and thus…"
Oct 5, 2016
Ambo Suno replied to Neelesh Marik's discussion Sophia speaks - Bruce Alderman
"Hi - I really like a couple of things about these ideas. I of course like the reinforcement of the idea that there is a good match between attractor sites/landscapes/conditions with values (and in this case adverbs are pointing to values.) It…"
Feb 23, 2016
Balder replied to Neelesh Marik's discussion Sophia speaks - Bruce Alderman
"Thank you, anyway, Alia!  And thank you, too, David, for the interesting and definitely relevant reflections from Wieman; I will check out the essay when I have more time later this week."
Feb 23, 2016
Rev. O.M. Bastet replied to Neelesh Marik's discussion Sophia speaks - Bruce Alderman
"Phooey. Closed already. Well, bon chance indeed!"
Feb 23, 2016
Rev. O.M. Bastet replied to Neelesh Marik's discussion Sophia speaks - Bruce Alderman
"Very cool !! Works that way in business/organizational languaging also. There is Vision, Mission, Purpose, and the values are "the way we act while moving toward those." Definitely adverbial: compassionately, sustainably, respectfully,…"
Feb 23, 2016
DavidM58 replied to Neelesh Marik's discussion Sophia speaks - Bruce Alderman
"Of related interest, I think, is Henry Nelson Wieman's 1936 paper "Values Primary Data for Religious Inquiry."  He also emphasizes the important role of values as a connection between meaningful activities, which, if I…"
Feb 22, 2016
Balder replied to Neelesh Marik's discussion Sophia speaks - Bruce Alderman
"ADVERBIAL ATTRACTORS In Evolution's Purpose, McIntosh -- following Frederick Turner, Allan Combs, and others -- suggests that values might be seen as akin to attractors in a chaotic system: produced by, or inseparable, from the system itself,…"
Feb 22, 2016
Ambo Suno replied to Neelesh Marik's discussion Sophia speaks - Bruce Alderman
"Very good, Bruce! A fun way to slice through the challenge. Some people from the past have heard and then suggested that in the beginning there was the word. You are suggesting celebration that one of our most human features, language, can…"
Jan 23, 2016
Balder replied to Neelesh Marik's discussion Sophia speaks - Bruce Alderman
"Recently, I learned about an online contest called "Challenge for a New Religion," which requests people to submit a 300-word proposal for a new religion (or a new formulation of an existing religion).  Submissions with the most…"
Jan 22, 2016
Neelesh Marik replied to Balder's discussion Trusting Desire - Zach Schlosser
"A quote from ‘The Meaning of Virtue’ (Chap VI) of Philosophy and the Social Problem by Will Durant –echoes my sentiment on some of the soul-cramping aspects of religious morality that pervades our social conscience…"
Oct 6, 2015
Neelesh Marik replied to S€ŦĦ's discussion Zeitgeist - Moving Forward
"Hello Andrew, If you have some time to check out two very engaging presentations, please see the following: The first is a set of three questions posed by Peter Joseph challenging the 'market…"
Sep 13, 2015
Neelesh Marik replied to S€ŦĦ's discussion Zeitgeist - Moving Forward
"And here is a lively debate which turned out to be a unfinished sparring game, with my own comments below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQRX7OvfsGw Peter Joseph versus Stefan Molyneux debate Anyone watching just this video without prior…"
Sep 12, 2015
Neelesh Marik replied to S€ŦĦ's discussion Zeitgeist - Moving Forward
"For anyone still interested in this discussion, here is an updated version of the underlying train of thought in its most comprehensive avatar to-date:http://thezeitgeistmovement.com/uploads/upload/file/19/The_Zeitgeist_Movement_Defined_PDF_Final.pdf"
Sep 12, 2015
Balder replied to Neelesh Marik's discussion Runaway Realization
"This is wonderful, Neelesh.  Thank you.  I will read this again more closely as soon as I can, so I can better respond to it, but I was happy just to see it because I've been considering getting this book (I was just browsing for it…"
Sep 2, 2015
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Runaway Realization

A reflective understanding through an inter-disciplinary lens In this ground breaking work, by challenging the idea that reality can have a bottom or a top that is fixed and final, Almaas does away with the notion of reality either as a container or as containable. It can accommodate various views and remain still indeterminate, which indeterminacy is not ambiguity but rather, radical openness. From the vantage point of totality, we can discern not only the distinctness, the validity, and the…See More
Sep 1, 2015
Ambo Suno replied to Neelesh Marik's discussion Somatic Development ~ Theresa Silow
"As I am now taking the time to listen to Theresa Silow's you-tube presentation, I notice that it is not from the ITC 2015. Somehow I missed that in the title - excuse me. Yet, as I listen to her in this presentation that is over an hour long,…"
Aug 23, 2015

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At 9:54am on October 4, 2013, Balder said…

Welcome to the Integral Postmetaphysical Spirituality forum, Neelesh!  I look forward to your contributions.  I have created a special board for discussion of the ITC papers:  http://integralpostmetaphysics.ning.com/forum/categories/itc-2013-paper-review/listForCategory.  If you'd like, let's copy our first (brief) discussion from FB over there, and then we can move on to the next paper.

Best wishes,

Bruce

 
 
 
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