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  • Re: Casting Pearls

    Amen. This is something that I find really useful. How does someone move beyond their current level of development, along any line? What are the conditions that have to be met before I: a. feel the urge to move beyond my tribal loyalties? b. feel the urge to move beyond my conviction that my understanding of universal rules are the final ...
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by schalk on September 16, 2008
  • Re: conceptualizing states

    Ah, what a great pointing, to a state where there is no fear of cessation. Once we taste this, we solve 1,001 problems that are tied to clinging and contracting. Thanks for bringing up a sober view on dead humans. I was goofing around on the Nikon Universcale yesterday. A nifty package that helps show us physical perspectives. ...
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by schalk on September 11, 2008
  • Re: The Deconstruction of Fantastica

    Witz: This was an awesome thread. Just wanted to let you know that. Have you thought about writing something yourself - build the deconstruction into the story. I'll buy it if you do. Schalk
    Posted to Interplay (Forum) by schalk on September 9, 2008
  • Re: conceptualizing states

    One of my roles in the Integral community is to remind people that ... there is a season for everything. A time to grow and a time to translate. A time to be enlightened and a time to be John Doe. A time to taste causal and a time to be awake to time and space. Starting back in about February, I started chiming in, very much alone, about ...
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by schalk on September 9, 2008
  • Re: States and Stages

    You know what is really weird to me - the whole notion that we are dealing with human beings while blogging. I sort of just treat it as a way to journal. If someone reads what I write, that is cool, and I like seeing responses. But at the same time, I remind myself, I could very well just be working alone. This Ambo dude you are talking to was ...
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by schalk on September 8, 2008
  • Re: conceptualizing states

    How do we ascertain who is at what stage ...? Great question. I am kind of leery of this project that some people seem to favor. Figuring out ''what stage'' someone is at. There's a group at Harvard working on a test to determine the stage of leaders. Katie Heikenin I believe. There is a group in Texas called Stagen I believe that is ...
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by schalk on September 8, 2008
  • Re: Beauty and the Bones

    Innerline: Well said, well said indeed. The Western preoccupation with surfaces - skin, muscle, shine, glisten, color, etc. is very very immature and .. lacking an appreciation of core principles. It sounds very mundane, but the difference in embodied awareness that comes from feeling the bones and organs as the center or core of embodiment is
    Posted to Embodied Practice (Forum) by schalk on September 7, 2008
  • Re: Beauty and the Bones

    On the relationship of bone awareness and weight training. By oxygenating the blood, before embarking on weight training, there is a very deep packing of the ''qi'' or ''chi'' into the bones (and organs) which burns out fat in the marrow. This deep packing of ''chi'' during weight lifting is much more important to health than the ancillary ...
    Posted to Embodied Practice (Forum) by schalk on September 7, 2008
  • Re: conceptualizing states

    Right. I think you are on to something. * Absence of the ''self'', of boundaries, subject-object awareness, time, causality. A loosening of that ''meaning making constructor'' that Kant refers to - a very simple experiencing of the most pure form of awareness that can still be said to have form (as opposed to a Pure Witnessing lacking ...
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by schalk on September 7, 2008
  • Re: Guest Suggestion: Thomas P. M. Barnett, author of The Pentagon's New Map

    Mark: Barnett is to geopolitics what Friedman is to ... social commentary. Very smart, progressive, and ... I actually know a guy who has worked with Barnett. So, let's be frank right now. We can see similarities in the map Barnett is making and the map Integral is making. But ... there is no way in hell that Barnett will join forces with or ...
    Posted to Nugget Box (Forum) by schalk on September 4, 2008
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