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  • Comments on IS Conference Call 2 - Sept. 02 - Part 3

    Please join our discussion of IS Conference Call 2 - Sept. 02 - Part 3. All members of ISC are invited to join the conversation. If you are an ISC member, simply reply to this post with your comments. Not a member of ISC? Visit us and join now!
    Posted to ISC Library and Media Discussion (Forum) by jtk on September 25, 2006
  • Re: Uniting interior values with exterior needs -- credentials, earning a liviing, being productive in the world

    thanks,&nbsp; I will take a look
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by jtk on August 8, 2006
  • Re: Uniting interior values with exterior needs -- credentials, earning a liviing, being productive in the world

    Durwin, With regard to your last post do you want to get into the integral approach to christianity conversation? The thread sort of drifted away from your comment on 7/26 John
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by jtk on August 4, 2006
  • Re: Integral Approaches to Community

    Hi Becky, Really fascinating work! I would love to hear more about the details. I will&nbsp;contact you via your&nbsp;email, if I can figure out the private contact avenue of this site. On line, however, since the topic of this&nbsp;thread is ''integral approaches to community'', I would be interested in your&nbsp;framing of your approach in ...
    Posted to General Community Forums (Forum) by jtk on August 2, 2006
  • Re: Uniting interior values with exterior needs -- credentials, earning a liviing, being productive in the world

    Rumi, I really like your point.&nbsp; Everything, every moment tetra manifests. The only bridging that goes on is a construct.&nbsp; On the other hand participating in a LR system or process where the attractor is to a much lower and pathological&nbsp;center of gravity needs to be attended to. Yet on the other hand the deeply integral person ...
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by jtk on July 31, 2006
  • Re: Uniting interior values with exterior needs -- credentials, earning a liviing, being productive in the world

    Hi Keth, I would agree that the form of prayer is not necessarily that important. On the other hand an integral approach to spirituality will ideally include prayer and meditative practices&nbsp;which include cultivating the first, second and third person perspectives of spirituality as well the gross, subtle, causal and non-dual states. Most ...
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by jtk on July 29, 2006
  • Re: Uniting interior values with exterior needs -- credentials, earning a liviing, being productive in the world

    Durwin, I think it makes sense to inventory and integrally evaluate the theology of a tradtion. In addition I believe that it is important to integrate integral life and spiritual practices in the tradition. My experience is that&nbsp;one does not normally&nbsp;challenge doctrine frontally, but&nbsp;as an integral strategy one can to influence ...
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by jtk on July 29, 2006
  • Re: Integral Approaches to Community

    Todd, Thanks for the referal to Brett Thomas' site.&nbsp; I will take a look We will connect on the phone it sounds like, But would like to keep open a converrsation in this forum&nbsp;about integral aspects of community. Could you share&nbsp;your&nbsp;integral approach to dance and community work? Anyone else out there who wants to ...
    Posted to General Community Forums (Forum) by jtk on July 27, 2006
  • Re: Integral Approaches to Community

    I will try to catch you next week
    Posted to General Community Forums (Forum) by jtk on July 27, 2006
  • Re: Uniting interior values with exterior needs -- credentials, earning a liviing, being productive in the world

    Durwin, I feel strongly that working on translations of integral spritual practice in every tradtion is imporant. I am less concerned about whether a concept of God is mythic or not for instance. Such concepts are often artifacts or vestiges which do not define or necessarily limit the range of potential of a tradition. Integrating integral ...
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by jtk on July 25, 2006
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