Join Robb as he calls us forward to be agents of kosmic integrity, an incredibly unique praxis of healing and wholeness that may be one of our most important contributions to the world in the road ahead.
Starfleet Values Are Integral ValuesCindy Wigglesworth, Corey deVos and Jeff Salzman
Today Jeff is joined by fellow integral nerds Cindy Wigglesworth and Corey deVos in this integral appreciation of the venerable Star Trek franchise. Open hailing frequencies, set phasers to stun, and prepare to boldly go where no Star Trek review has gone before.
The Darth Vader MoveKen Wilber
The brighter the light, the darker the shadow. The “Darth Vader move” is what happens when someone with an exceptionally high level of development uses the skills and capacities of that level for purposes generally deemed to be “wrong” — often the result of a highly developed cognitive intelligence combined with a poorly developed moral intelligence (Nazi scientists being the classic example). What happens when our higher angels get hijacked by our lowest demons? What is the cause of the Darth Vader move, and how can we prevent ourselves from being seduced by the Dark Side of the Force?
Basic Moral Intuition: The Greatest Depth for the Greatest SpanKen Wilber and Gail Hochachka
Everyone has a general intuition of morality, but each person has to actually bring it into practice and make it relevant in one’s own unique context. How can this understanding help us make better choices for ourselves and for the world? Listen to find out!
Living an Ethical LifeRoger Walsh
How do you live your life free of regret? How do you take the wisdom of the Integral vision and exercise it in your day to day life? How do you move beyond the blame and guilt that so often festers in the basement of your psyche? And why can it be so hard to simply be good? Roger discusses this and more in his presentation on Integral Ethics, delivered at the 2010 Integral Theory Conference.
Integral Ethics: How to Practice an Integral LifeRoger Walsh and Ken Wilber
Roger Walsh and Ken Wilber discuss one of the most important — and least discussed — aspects of integral practice: how to live an ethical life.