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  • Comments on IS Call:"The World of the Terribly Obvious":5

    Hi all, This was one of my favourite dialogues in the past few months or so. Brilliant. Balder, you were&nbsp;amazing - so articulate, confident and able to hold your weight impressively with Ken - excellent work. Funny to notice Ken's voice tone changing from the beginning to the end - from slightly annoyed to almost joyous. There is soooo much ...
    Posted to ISC Library and Media Discussion (Forum) by markw1000 on September 1, 2007
  • Re: Comments on IS Call:"The World of the Terribly Obvious":3

    Awesome! Just listened to the dialogue and am reeling at the point that Wilber makes about evolution. I haven't heard him put it this way before (please correct me if I'm wrong here, and let me know where he says this elsewhere): ''Evolution, or growth and development is the way states are converted to structures...States are just vast ...
    Posted to ISC Library and Media Discussion (Forum) by markw1000 on August 17, 2007
  • Re: The Modern View of Astrology & the Devaluation of Ancient Wisdom

    lotus7:With regard to this part : 'you can see that you've pissed everyone off, as Wilber so often emphasises, by making this claim and not being willing enough to submit it to evidence (consistent with a synoptic empiricism, like I said) and implying that it is a 'given' reality outside of human capacity to conceive of it.'I don't think the true ...
    Posted to Theory Au Naturel (Forum) by markw1000 on August 6, 2007
  • Who are we? The downside of diversity.

    Just read some FASCINATING&nbsp;research findings on racial and ethnic diversity. I wonder if they have taken into account altitude. I suspect not. What might the link be between the racial diversity of a community and its altitude/worldviews/value system and could a significant proportion of this ''declining civic engagement'' be a reflection ...
    Posted to Interplay (Forum) by markw1000 on August 6, 2007
  • Re: The Modern View of Astrology & the Devaluation of Ancient Wisdom

    Lori, Wow, thanks for the great post. I was really interested in what you had to say about Astrology and I can see what you are getting at in really broad terms. I too believe that there is a gigantic amount of 'ancient' knowledge or wisdom that has been ignored, devalued or&nbsp;badly misinterpreted by modern and postmodern societies/cultures. I ...
    Posted to Theory Au Naturel (Forum) by markw1000 on August 1, 2007
  • Re: Dr. David R. Hawkins

    tks for your comments pattye. The main reason I don't like contributing more on the forum, or anywhere, is that every statement I make I want to be read in the context of my entire worldview and my psychograph/level/state/type (see Volume 2 excerpts where he talks about Kosmic addresses) etc. and so it is basically impossible to get a simple idea ...
    Posted to Interplay (Forum) by markw1000 on July 30, 2007
  • Re: Ken's New Book/s

    Thanks for the great post Paul. Pleased to hear that you recommend it. Yes, I have had similar experiences, but trying to convince friends that study philosophy at postgrad level at uni that he would be worth reading, and it can be difficult. He is often referred to as a ''new-age philosopher'' which, aside from being an oxymoron (!) is obviously ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by markw1000 on July 29, 2007
  • Re: Dr. David R. Hawkins

    Hi Steven, Yes, I just recently read Power vs Force. It was recommended to me by a friend whose advice about books I normally wouldn't give much credence to. Unfortunately it was the case with this book too.&nbsp; He describes what seems like an awakening experience and then a long period of readjustment to normal life, which interested me ...
    Posted to Interplay (Forum) by markw1000 on July 29, 2007
  • Re: Ken's New Book

    thanks Ralph. Yeah, I did hear the Murphy dialogue but it didn't occur to me that&nbsp;Volume 2&nbsp;would be after these two books. Listening to these two talk, aside from the mutual backslapping that is a bit much at times, is so inspiring to me it's sometimes unbearably ecstatic. Yeah, I really enjoyed the appendix II thread, it was insane, ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by markw1000 on July 29, 2007
  • Re: Ken's New Book

    Hi, thanks for the reply Pattye, but I didn't really mean the comment about Perth to be indicative of the fact that I was feeling particularly isolated. Although, you never know with the old sub/un/conscious. &nbsp; Not really new, just don't post often. I was really just interested in my question about Ken's new book being answered by someone. ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by markw1000 on July 28, 2007
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