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  • Re: A Full Circle Dialogue

    &nbsp; Eric, &nbsp; I dont make severe differentiations between the body-mind; rather my personal approach is Integral and holarchical. There is so much information and so many techniques for shadow work. I have had healing contact with spiritual mentors and have found that beneficial, but no cure all. The mind and ego need constant reminders ...
    Posted to Embodied Practice (Forum) by JimBuckley on March 4, 2008
  • Re: A Full Circle Dialogue

    Hey Eric, &nbsp; All good questions. Your last paragraph is a bit of a tongue/brain twister, including And these walls will continue to perpetuate a myth of the Ego and its shadow as the bain to Evolution, rather than its saving grace. Which Ill have to take some time to digest. &nbsp; In any case, the subject of the shadow is often an ...
    Posted to Embodied Practice (Forum) by JimBuckley on February 19, 2008
  • Re: "Adastra" is Back + "Integral News and Views" News + Transcripts

    Hi Arthur, &nbsp; I read the Integral UFO article and was interested in it as a start. I wonder if you are going to do any follow up, because things are still pretty unclear. &nbsp; Valles contention, as I see it, is that the evidence, which is abundant, indicates a set of phenomena that co-arise from an occasion. What that occasion is and ...
    Posted to Nugget Box (Forum) by JimBuckley on February 17, 2008
  • Re: Silence

    Thanks for the reminder. From my notebook April 28, 2000 An npr story on William Segal (Jan. 5, 1999, remarkable interview available at http://www.math.buffalo.edu/~sww/0Gurdjieff/gurdjieff-links.html at Mr. William Segal), paraphrased:&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;&nbsp; Within the quiet, in the interval, is a vibration of energy that can give ...
    Posted to Embodied Practice (Forum) by JimBuckley on February 9, 2008
  • Re: Systems: An interpretive approach

    Hi Sid - A couple of quick points, (on your previous 2 posts) &nbsp; Firstly, AQAL and the Integral method is a framework and map of inclusion. So when KW says that systems theory is located in the LR quadrant of the map he means, rightly defined systems theory is located in the LR quadrant which looks at organizational structure from a ...
    Posted to Holons (Forum) by JimBuckley on January 28, 2008
  • Re: Systems: An interpretive approach

    Greetings, &nbsp; Ive started to look, a little, at Checkland and Soft Systems Methodology. Just looking at some book reviews and Wikipedia. That information is minimal and certainly, as you say, talking past the subject. However, what I could gather is that SSM is a response to the rigid and reductionist analysis of systems by scientists. It ...
    Posted to Holons (Forum) by JimBuckley on January 9, 2008
  • Re: Systems: An interpretive approach

    Hello all, Just a thought: &nbsp; &nbsp;Schools of thought do fix on a particular perspective of reality while the Integral level of consciousness can hold a variety of perspectives in an inclusive, yet transcendent way. Integral consciousness, or vision logic, or Second-Tier Teal/Turquoise recognizes what is co-arising and differentiates, for ...
    Posted to Holons (Forum) by JimBuckley on January 2, 2008
  • Re: Systems: An interpretive approach

    Hey Sid, The 8 modes of inquiry, or 8 zones are discussed, by Ken in his last book Integral Spirituality, interspersed throughout the book, as well as, at length, in the excerpts I mentioned.&nbsp; Are you able to get onto the Shambhala website to see the excerpts?&nbsp; vMemes are discussed by Ken in his book A Theory of Everything, pages ...
    Posted to Holons (Forum) by JimBuckley on December 13, 2007
  • Re: Systems: An interpretive approach

    Hey Sid, how's Cape Town, Thanks for the interesting post.&nbsp; Im unfamiliar with the technical aspects of the systems you mention.&nbsp; However, the thrust of your query seems to be on how to place different types of systems theories in the AQAL matrix. It may be useful to apply some rigor to defining what features are found in the LL ...
    Posted to Holons (Forum) by JimBuckley on November 26, 2007
  • Re: integral university students Q+A wth ken

    Hi fairyfaye and friends, &nbsp; As a member of the Fielding group that participated in the phone conversation with Ken Wilber in December, and is now being posted on IN, I would like to expand on my feelings and thoughts about that conversation and its contents.&nbsp; First, Id like to convey my thanks to Ken and say how important it was for ...
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by JimBuckley on January 29, 2007
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