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  • Re: conceptualizing states

    Isn't your body electrical? Well maybe we use the idea of the subtle body to express the electrical nature of the body. And radically seperating the physical, subtle and&nbsp;causal is not an Integral perspective. The physical, subtle and causal are present always. When someone talks about a state of causal the process can be left out. We clear the
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by innerline on September 21, 2008
  • Re: Politics in the 21st Century. Part 2. America as Empire. Jim Garrison and Ken Wilber

    How are you understanding current events? This post has more light with the passage of just a few months. How are you understanding what is happening to the banks?
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by innerline on September 21, 2008
  • Re: Comments on The Future: Spinning out of Control?

    I am wondering how yous guys see this post&nbsp; with the current event unfolding. Alot has changed in just a few months. How are you guys understanding the events in the monetary and financial systems?
    Posted to ISC Library and Media Discussion (Forum) by innerline on September 21, 2008
  • Re: Did anyone else consciously reincarnate?

    No, but I think to myself that this must be the only way I am stuck here. I must have consciously choose to put myself through this suffering for somebody else. Being born on a planet without universal ethics is a nightmare of reincarnate horror.
    Posted to Interplay (Forum) by innerline on September 19, 2008
  • Trialectics, The logic of Integral?

    I am posting a long post of Oscar Ichazo's lecture on trialectics. I think it is the logic that Integral is getting at but is still looking for a clear expression. This lecture is very short for the topic but I think will do for discussion. Man has defined himself as 'Homo sapiens', the man who thinks. Throughout all history, the question of ...
    Posted to Theory Au Naturel (Forum) by innerline on September 13, 2008
  • Re: One Mind/One Spirit ad the role of "taste's"

    I started to see the expression of the omega point take the form of calculus on this post. A infinite differetiation that is summated but not realized in the verticle. Currently time is understood through dialectics and uses calculus to get accurate on the horizontal. Integral philosophy has the three great domains of I, We and It but depends on ...
    Posted to Theory Au Naturel (Forum) by innerline on September 13, 2008
  • Third parties make historic agreement

    Thought I share a this video of an agreement between third parties for a unified platform on the fundementals they all agree on. I was very excited because the book I have been&nbsp;promoting on this Integral forum ''Tragedy and Hope'' by Carol Quigley was mentioned. ...
    Posted to Nunc Fluens (Forum) by innerline on September 12, 2008
  • Re: Beauty and the Bones

    Schalk,&nbsp;To add,&nbsp; the balance in the bones is a play of intrinsic and extrinsic muscle groups. So weight lifting done without the awareness of the intrinsics can lead to a over develeoped extrinsic system that impedes the intrisic system and its deep connection to breath. Thus the oxygenated blood and its abilty to get deep into the bones ...
    Posted to Embodied Practice (Forum) by innerline on September 7, 2008
  • Re: Zeitgeist - The Movie

    Thanks jondavi, I hope I softened some of the people on this forum to take this seriously. I started on this forum a couple of years ago because I saw a HUGE blind spot in Integrals awareness. I wish I was more successful in getting it seen. Integral, will be naive Intergal until it takes stock of modern history with monetary history. That would ...
    Posted to Nunc Fluens (Forum) by innerline on September 4, 2008
  • Re: the three strings

    Way off on a limb, because the scientists are way off on a limb, that is not even a limb because a limb is connected to a tree that is grounded. We still profoundly do not know what gravity is, so science is really good modelling but not involved in principles if it thinks it has a grasp of gravity in its modelling because it has a functional fit ...
    Posted to Nunc Fluens (Forum) by innerline on September 4, 2008
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