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  • Re: Schedule for Live Discussions with Ken Wilber

    Re (from I-I): ''Twice a month, Ken Wilber will be hosting LIVE one-hour conference calls about topics raised in the Journal. Any Integral Institute member can submit a question and may even be selected to participate in the call! Even if you're not selected, any I-I member can listen to the call as it is streamed live. Click here for ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by sacajowea on July 28, 2007
  • Re: "An Introduction to Integral Psychology"

    Very cool, Turt.&nbsp; Thanks for sharing.&nbsp; I too have juxtaposed for fun and info.&nbsp; I think sometimes of levels as types.&nbsp; I think others have done that too.&nbsp; I realize that loses some of Ken's definitions, but IMO, there's so much research still needed on all this.Happy biking.Sac
    Posted to Vol. 1, No. 2: Summer 2006 (Forum) by sacajowea on April 6, 2007
  • Re: "An Introduction to Integral Psychology"

    Oops, I asked you to start us off and then started us off.&nbsp; I meant to invite your comments, Elliott, plus anything else.But I have so many questions!Best,Joanne
    Posted to Vol. 1, No. 2: Summer 2006 (Forum) by sacajowea on March 21, 2007
  • Re: "An Introduction to Integral Psychology"

    Hi, Elliott and all,I'm SO glad to find this forum starting!&nbsp; I appreciate what you wrote at the start, about I-Psych. being pretty piecemeal, but I know that there's already much richness to work with.I wonder if you, Elliott, might start us off with some ideas to think about&nbsp; in terms of a general definition, e.g.,:1.&nbsp; I-Psych ...
    Posted to Vol. 1, No. 2: Summer 2006 (Forum) by sacajowea on March 21, 2007
  • Re: For anyone who still wishes for transparency at I-I: they don't want you to see this

    Hi,I was wondering what outcome each person involved here would like to see happen at this point...Best,Joanne
    Posted to Nugget Box (Forum) by sacajowea on March 14, 2007
  • Re: Comments on Live Calls @ ISC

    Hi, Ralph, just found your post (2 weeks late)&nbsp;&nbsp; My sense of what David Zeitler was saying when he mentioned object relations psychology (how I see me and you and our relationship, unconsciously, deeply, and consciously), wasnt so much a favoring of that strand, but more as an example of the general psychodynamic ...
    Posted to ISC Library and Media Discussion (Forum) by sacajowea on February 21, 2007
  • Re: Comments on Live Calls @ ISC

    Hi, Tim,I was doing a little on-line lit. review about a possible separate emotional line of development and thought I'd re-post it here from another site:Are emotions states? Or is there an emotional line? (Or both?)The literature on emotional development as a separate line appears to be controversial. Example: See pages 263-5 ...
    Posted to ISC Library and Media Discussion (Forum) by sacajowea on February 20, 2007
  • Re: Comments on Live Calls @ ISC

    Hi, all,I was wondering if this is the place to talk about each audio-live concall with Ken?I think I was previously posting with others on the Commons site. Well, I'd just like to thank Ken and the wonderful questioners today (as always).&nbsp; I also appreciate, (I came late) Mr. questioner who was willing to open himself to a psychographic eval.
    Posted to ISC Library and Media Discussion (Forum) by sacajowea on January 28, 2007
  • Re: Ken's 1/14 Concall

    Only if you want to, FF.&nbsp; There's much to ponder in AQAL theory.&nbsp; This is a bit of a joke, but we gotta help our Ken flesh out those bones....&nbsp;&nbsp; Here's to the Integral family.Best,Joanne
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by sacajowea on January 14, 2007
  • Re: Ken's 1/14 Concall

    Hi, again,I thought I'd summarize a few key ideas from Ken's concall today, and comment a bit at the end. There is both vertical and horizontal development possible.&nbsp; Vertical development refers to the UL lines and levels (of course, there are UR correlates, but I'll leave that for now). Levels are, for this discussion, called structures, ...
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by sacajowea on January 14, 2007
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