Integral Meditation

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4 out of 5 stars
By Carlos G. Toledo Parada on 05-02-17

Good summary of Wilber's work and applications

I have been following Wilber's integral paradigm for a while. If you have too, I believe the single-most important contribution of this book is outlining the integral mindfulness practice for each stage in each quadrant, mostly UL and LL. This unto itself is worth the 💰. The rest will be a reiteration of what you've heard and read many times already, but in one of the most accessible languages I've seen it—even easier than in A Brief History....

If you're not familiar with Wilber's work, interpret the rating as all 5s, purchase this book, and listen on, as you're in for quite a ride...

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6 of 6 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Matthew Kreinheder on 08-06-16

Filled a gap

I've read Wilberforce before, and, this was the first time I found the practical application of both the "waking up" and "growing up" to be clear and coherent. This likely has more to do with me than the writing, Ken is always brilliant. I'm am leaving the first reading if this book with a sense that I know I can be living at the forefront of humanity, and have a map to know what that looks like ad where I am in the process .

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9 of 10 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Dana on 09-17-17

Integral is now.

Discovering Integral is something everyone should have exposure. Ken Wilber can be difficult to read but always worth it. Just do it.

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By david kiszkan on 09-27-17

reality acid

if you're the type of person who enjoys thier perspective on reality sliced to peaces and reassembled, this book is for you

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By Marco Galvan on 09-08-16

Ken Wilbert's worst book

I admire Ken Wilbert's work but this the most boring exposition I have ever encountered of his brilliant legacy.
Do not waste your time!!!!!

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0 of 6 people found this review helpful

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