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Religion Of Tomorrow, by Ken Wilber – Book Study Group

November 2 at 9:00 am - 10:30 am PDT

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What would the scriptures and practices of the world’s major religions look like if they were developed today, fully integrating the major discoveries we have made in the past 2,000 years, including advances in science and psychology and human development?

How might that deepen or change your spiritual life and practice?


Join this study group for an exploration of the evolution of spirituality and the future of religion in a rapidly changing world. Author, philosopher and Integral theorist, Ken Wilber presents a visionary framework that integrates the wisdom of various spiritual traditions, history, modern science, and psychology.  We will meet weekly on Thursdays at 9am Pacific Time.

More details will be posted in the weeks to come.


A provocative examination of how the great religious traditions can remain relevant in modern times by incorporating scientific truths learned about human nature over the last century.

A single purpose lies at the heart of all the great religious traditions: awakening to the astonishing reality of the true nature of ourselves and the universe. At the same time, through centuries of cultural accretion and focus on myth and ritual as ends in themselves, this core insight has become obscured. Here Ken Wilber provides a path for reenvisioning a religion of the future that acknowledges the evolution of humanity in every realm while remaining faithful to that original spiritual vision.

For the traditions to attract modern men and women, Wilber asserts, they must incorporate the extraordinary number of scientific truths learned about human nature in just the past 100 years – for example, about the mind and brain, emotions, and the growth of consciousness – that the ancients were simply unaware of and thus were unable to include in their meditative systems. Taking Buddhism as an example, Wilber demonstrates how his comprehensive Integral Approach – which is already being applied to several world religions by some of their adherents – can avert a “cultural disaster of unparalleled proportions”: the utter neglect of the glorious deeper reaches of human potential by the materialistic postmodern worldview. Moreover, he shows how we can apply this approach to our own spiritual practice. This, his most sweeping work since Sex, Ecology, Spirituality, is a thrilling call for wholeness, inclusiveness, and unity in the religions of tomorrow.  Source



November 2
9:00 am - 10:30 am PDT
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Nomali Perara