Integral Theory is a meta-theory formulated by Ken Wilber that attempts to integrate all human wisdom into a new, emergent worldview that can accommodate the perspectives of all previous worldviews, including those that may appear to contradict one another.
At its core, Integral Theory invites us to transcend conventional boundaries and embrace a comprehensive approach that integrates diverse perspectives, disciplines, and dimensions of existence.
Practicing Integral Theory guides us toward a more inclusive and comprehensive understanding of reality—one that embraces the tapestry of human experience, from the depths of individual consciousness to the vast expanse of collective evolution.
As we adopt this integral lens, we begin to appreciate the multifaceted nature of human experience, the interdependence of all phenomena, and the evolution of consciousness itself.
WHAT: This introduction will review basic Integral Theory concepts to include quadrants, levels, lines, states, and types.
WHO: Anyone interested in examining thinking and beliefs to develop an integral mindset. Using the text and specific assignments, students will learn practices to develop an integral view and apply the concepts in their lives.
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