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for the 21st century.

We’re living in a momentous time, when many people are asking profoundly important questions. Our lives are hectic and full, yet we can’t shake this drive for something more. We want to live our lives to the fullest, and be of benefit to others. With so many options for living fully – spirituality, exercise, philosophical inquiry, service, relationships – it’s nearly impossible to make sense of all of them without leaving something out and becoming completely overwhelmed. Integral Life Practice provides the most comprehensive approach for gaining more perspective and control of your life.

Integral Practice is a new approach to well-being, awareness, and transformation. Rather than focus on merely one aspect of the self, ILP brings a whole and balanced approach to realizing the full spectrum of your being.

That’s what we mean by Integral: comprehensive, balanced, inclusive. By Life we mean, well, LIFE — the whole enchilada of love, consciousness, the body, relationships, work, emotions, and the mystery of existence.

Practice means something we do, usually to improve ourselves in some way — to make ourselves happier, stronger, smarter, more capable of loving and helping others. We practice in order to ful ll the potential of who we really are.

Thus, Integral Practice is a whole and balanced approach to practicing for life — our individual lives, the lives of others, even the life of the planet.


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Integral Practice contains specific practices within a framework that holds them together. The practices and the framework are equally important. The practices ensure that you’re actually doing something, not just thinking about it. The framework makes sense of what you’re doing, giving everything a place.

We’ve designed these practice modules to be as easy and exible as possible. We know how busy most people’s lives are, and how important it is to work with your busy schedule. But we’ve also included as much as possible, so you can go as deep as you wish. An Integral Practice can often take as little as 5 minutes a day—or it can expand up to many hours. It’s up to you.

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Core Practices

Though ILP is a comprehensive system, starting your own ILP is simple and easy. We certainly don’t recommend that you try to work on every potential growth area, in every dimension, on every level simultaneously. Instead, start with one from each of the four Core Practices, which repre-sent the most essential areas of practice, and then add more practices as you go.

A module is a set of practices that applies to a specific aspect of your being. A module could address your emotional life, your relationships, your spiritual awareness, or your conception of reality.

Picture modules as rooms in a house. A typical house contains at least a bedroom, a bathroom, a living room, and a kitchen. Take away one of these fundamental rooms and a structure could hardly be called a “house.” Likewise, one of the “integral” parts of Integral Life Practice is that it includes four essential rooms or modules: a Body module, a Mind module, a Spirit module, and a Relationships module. With just these four core modules, you can build your ILP house. Of course, a house can have more than four rooms, just as your Integral Practice can have more than four modules. We simply recommend that you start with at least one module from each of these four fundamental dimensions of your life, and then build from that strong foundation as you go.


Featured Teachers

  • Ken Wilber

    Ken Wilber is a preeminent scholar of the Integral stage of human development, a world renowned author of over 25 books, and a beloved spiritual teacher. Ken is the co-founder of Integral Life, and the founder of Integral Institute.

  • Sofia Diaz

    Sofia Diaz is a hatha yoga master and a lineage holder in the Balasaraswati lineage of the South Indian temple arts and a recipient of numerous meditation empowerments in both Tibetan and Shakta Tantric traditions.

  • Keith Witt

    Dr. Keith Witt is a Licensed Psychologist, teacher, and author. Keith’s work weaves neuroscience, Integral theory, wisdom traditions, and numerous forms of psychotherapy into a coherent cosmology of love and development.