Do you want to make every moment a practice of enlightenment, and all of life into a spiritual experience?
Integral Enlightenment is an authentic, contemporary approach to spiritual practice designed to bring about a transformation of your lived experience of humanity.
It is a path for those of us who appreciate the great wisdom traditions of the past, but feel a yearning for a new spirituality that is informed by a leading-edge understanding of both the human condition and our place in the cosmos.
Craig Hamilton leads the Integral Enlightenment module for those of us who know deep down that spiritual life is about much more than our personal happiness, peace, or contentment and feel disillusioned by the me-oriented, “have it your way” spirituality of the contemporary West. It’s for those who feel compelled to transform themselves not merely for their own liberation, but in order to serve the greatest calling there is—the further evolution of life, humanity, and consciousness itself—and the cultivation of a more enlightened world.
It is no longer an option for the sincere spiritual practitioner to withdraw into a lifetime of solitary contemplation and meditation. We live in a rapidly-changing, conflicted world that needs wholehearted engagement. A new spiritual impulse is arising, compelling us to find our self-transcendence in a commitment to the conscious evolution of the whole.
This spiritual impulse is calling for a new set of spiritual practices. We need a path that not only cultivates inner peace and clarity, but that transforms us at the deepest level of our individuality—the level of our motivations, our will, and our character—enabling us to be truly enlightened actors working together for a better future.
Integral Enlightenment is an approach to spiritual practice that aspires to meet this need by leveraging our unique, modern capacities to meet 21st century individual and collective challenges.
It embraces the wisdom of the great meditative traditions, but also reaches forward to unleash the profound spiritual potential inherent in our recently evolved capacities for self-awareness, introspection, self-authorship and relational intimacy.
In this ILP module Craig Hamilton offers guidance and practices on the following topics:
- Exploring the question; what would it be like to live an enlightened human life in our day to day existence?
- Why doesn’t our spiritual practice stick when confronted with the constrictions of our lives?
- The realization of the nondual state and the illusion of separation
- How misrepresentations of nondual teachings are overwhelming our true potential
- The first dimension of practice: Allowing things to be
- The second dimension of practice: The bridge between experience and action
- The third dimension of practice: Radical risk taking
- What can come up when experiencing these practices