Ken Wilber is philosopher and an American author who has written about adult development, developmental psychology, philosophy, worldcentrism, ecology, and stages of faith. His work formulates what he calls Integral Theory. In 1998, he founded the Integral Institute, for teaching and applications of Integral theory

His philosophy integrates body, mind, soul, and Spirit with self, culture, and nature. Revered as the “Einstein of consciousness,” Wilber has written sixteen books exploring different facets of human development and cultural evolution. His first book, The Spectrum of Consciousness, written when he was only 23, became a seminal text in the emerging field of transpersonal psychology. His most recent book, Boomeritis, is a novelized critique of our postmodern culture and a call to move to a higher, more integral relationship to life. He is currently finishing the third volume of his Kosmos Trilogy, the most up-to-date summation of his continually evolving philosophy.

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Recommended Reading - A Brief History of Everything - A Theory of Everything - Integral Spirituality

Recommended YouTube Teachings

Increased Consciousness, Decreased Suffering
I am Big Mind Subject Becomes Object Ken Wilber on Seeking Enlightenment
Tomorrow's Spirituality Vimeo - Beauty and Spirit Erogenous Zones of Life and Light
Anchoring I-Amness Divine Pride The Integral Operating System
The Integral Institute - is a think-tank founded by Ken Wilber in 1998. It's purpose is to gather and attempt to integrate the various viewpoints found in a number of major fields of knowledge. For example, the Integral Institute currently has a number of branches including Integral psychology, Integral business, Integral politics, Integral medicine, Integral education, Integral ecology and sustainability, Integral law and criminal justice, Integral art, and Integral spirituality. To visit the Website, Click Here

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