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What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

Last post 10-05-2007, 3:42 PM by feauteau. 42 replies.
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  •  04-06-2007, 1:36 PM 21488 in reply to 8186

    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    drkeene:  Keep on spurring!  I am with you on the sangha.  I just noticed that the

    date wrote this is 9/18/2006.  I guess you never heard.   Good thought.  Pattye

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  •  04-10-2007, 4:39 PM 21654 in reply to 1293

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    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    Hello

    With so much emphasis  pointing towards the need for shadow work .I would like to so more ways to work with the Shadow, more 321 instructions and ways to verify that it is working. I would also like to see some kind of " do it yourself pyschograph".

    Thanks

    Troy Garrity

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  •  04-11-2007, 12:34 PM 21675 in reply to 82

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    Hello, I woul like to see an integral analysis of all the great (and not so great) masters of the past. What should be preserved of their teaching, what should be updated, what should be discarded. It could be done as a 30 min. weekly conversation with Ken. Starting with the most recent and famous masters: Adi Da, Eckhart Tolle, Osho, Chogyam Trungpa, Krishnamurti, Alan Watts, Nisargadatta, Ramana Maharshi, Gurdjieff, etc. Every week,  a new master. Which ones of the transformative technologies proposed by these masters hold the most promise? (pending empirical data). What should be included in a new essential spirituality? I know that is part of the effort behind the integral spiritual center, but here the emphasis would be on the contributions of single individuals rather than on the contributions of religions as a whole. José
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  •  04-11-2007, 1:26 PM 21678 in reply to 21675

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    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    how about spellcheck on the threads and posting templates?  anyway it is a great site I love it!

    "Like a deer that yearns for running streams so my soul yearns for you my Lord..."
    Pardon my terrible grammar and spelling...I know it is annoying but sometimes you have to get your point across in a hurry....joshmorrell@yahoo.com
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  •  04-22-2007, 8:09 AM 21928 in reply to 82

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    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    I acknowledge that this might not be directly related to the question and therefore this might not be the right forum. However, it seems to me that if the "conveyor belt" is the single biggest problem facing the world in the interior quadrants as Ken says in his book, then this is where ISC should be focusing resources. Working with the religious and scientific communities to resolve the level/line fallacy, and developing programs to help people move their religious beliefs from amber to orange. It would focus limited resources on making the biggest impact possible. It would also increase awareness for ISC, which in turn would increase membership and resources for programs.

    Of course I could be wrong and certainly have been before. :)

    Thoughts?

    Regards,

    Dan

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  •  04-22-2007, 8:10 AM 21929 in reply to 21678

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    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    I agree with that spellcheck is the word processing function most useful to me and my fat fingers!!!
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  •  06-04-2007, 6:00 PM 23972 in reply to 1293

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    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    I second the suggestion that all of the above be included.

    Best,

    Richard


    Richard Cotton
    Exercise Physiologist/Wellness Coach
    www.MyExercisePlan.com/www.StrategizeHealth.com
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  •  06-15-2007, 8:58 PM 24570 in reply to 82

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    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    Why are we dealing in terms of "clips"?

    Why can't the whole enchilada be posted?

    :)

    Helen
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  •  07-06-2007, 7:47 PM 25370 in reply to 82

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    Gempo Roshi, Soygal Rinpoche, Buddha nature 101
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  •  07-28-2007, 9:20 AM 26491 in reply to 82

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    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    I would like to see a comprehensive search feature.  I also agree, as others have stated on this forum, that a beginners guide would be really helpful.  At least point us in the direction of what products (books, CDs, etc) to purchase as a beginner, and provide a clear synopsis of some of these.

    re: the search feature ...

    for example, I have been unable to tune in for the past few weeks, and now I see there are audio/video clips entitled 'The Miracle of We, Part 5' . . . . .  but where are Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4 ...  ? 

    Can't find them, can you?   Perhaps it's just a navigation problem.  Please assist if you can, thanks.

    Huh? [:^)]

    entrancemountain
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  •  07-28-2007, 10:00 PM 26520 in reply to 26491

    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    click the media menu for ISC, [edit:] then ISC archives, and, then, series 8. for related threads, go to the ISC forums, and pick library and media discussions. that should work Stick out tongue [:P]

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  •  09-17-2007, 7:40 AM 28604 in reply to 82

    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    Could we get an email adverting us, when the live calls are going to be. I really love them but I miss a lot of the calls, because I don't know when they are happening. Also when are the Integral Christianity call going to be made available? I am most interested. Thanks much.
    john dpuy
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  •  10-05-2007, 3:42 PM 29554 in reply to 82

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    Re: What feature would you most like to see on ISC.org?

    Hi!

    I also really enjoy all of them... just go on like that !

    Love from germany,

    bruno

    Thanks for the wonderful Rumi inspiration, Mary!

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