Quadrants, levels, lines, types and states…oh my.
Understanding them is one thing - in Integral Coaching we call this “looking at.” Embodying them or “looking as” is something else entirely. Join Lisa for a journey through the Integral Map where we’ll dive into a different element each month and you’ll come away with ways to deepen your inquiry and embodiment between sessions.
For our inaugural session, we'll dive into the upper left and upper right "individual" quadrants and explore what the view looks like from the outside and from the inside.
Enter the forgiveness field: a collective space where we can bring our grudges, gripes, grievances and resentments into the open air, and let them go, using the seven-step Forgiveness Made Easy process. Join Barbara Hunt for a guided visualisation process to release your resentments in the "privacy" of your own space, whilst also being part of the collective "forgiveness field".
The enneagram is a powerful tool for enhancing our own psychological and spiritual development. Whether you’re brand new to it OR a seasoned veteran with enneagram work, this new format invites all enneagram types (1-9) to come learn, explore, and practice. This introductory session will get us oriented as to what is to come as well as get us practicing with this typology methodology.
Join this ongoing study group to participate in the brilliant work of John Vervaeke, professor of cognitive science and Buddhist psychology at the University of Toronto. He offers a deep context to what we might experience as a meaning crisis — the endless difficulty of finding deep connection and the complex conundrum of sense-making--or what Ken Wilber called, “a world gone slightly mad” in his book The Eye of Spirit.
This men’s group is a chance for the Men of Integral Life to come together and find the right blend of challenge and support to better find their truth, navigate dynamic times, and give their gifts skillfully in their work, relationships, and beyond. These sessions will be purposeful, practice-based, and attuned to your unique interests and needs.
Click here to join the live zoom session This session will be one of deep practice within a closed container where video is required to be on at all times. Join up to 10 minutes in advance as the zoom room will be locked for later comers precisely 5 minutes after the start time of 12pm ET. This session is ...
Join this ongoing study group to participate in the brilliant work of John Vervaeke, professor of cognitive science and Buddhist psychology at the University of Toronto. He offers a deep context to what we might experience as a meaning crisis–the endless difficulty of finding deep connection and the complex conundrum of sense-making–or what Ken Wilber called, “a world gone slightly mad” in his book The Eye of Spirit.
About Corey deVos
Corey W. deVos is Editor-in-Chief of Integral Life, as well as Managing Editor of KenWilber.com. He has worked for Integral Institute/Integal Life since Spring of 2003, and has been a student of integral theory and practice since 1996. Corey is also a professional woodworker, and many of his artworks can be found in his VisionLogix art gallery.