They say we are all standing on the shoulders of giants. In this video we celebrate one of the biggest and most important giants around: the one and only Ken Wilber. This was our chance to say thank you for all the truth, goodness, and beauty that Ken continues to bring into the world. Ken’s work has ignited the hearts and minds of so many, and we are honored to walk this path with him.
For those of us who have consumed his work and who wisdom in our own lives, we know that we are now standing on Ken Wilber’s shoulders. As Jack Crittenden says, “the 21st century literally has three choices: Aristotle, Nietzsche, or Ken Wilber.” Those are some mighty shoulders indeed.
We are fortunate enough to have inherited Ken’s unique vision of an integrated world. We can feel this inheritance every day in our hearts, in our minds, and in our souls—inspiring us, uplifting us, and urging us to leave the world just a little bit more whole than we found it.
Which is why we wanted to offer Ken Wilber the public recognition and celebration that he deserves, so we can honor him with our most sincere blessings and gratitude for all he has given to us and to the world.
Let’s all honor Ken’s extraordinary life and legacy, paying tribute to all the incredible work Ken has done over the decades to put so many pieces of our human puzzle together, resulting in a radically new vision of life, the universe, and everything. It’s a vision that we have all come to know and love, calling us to become better men and women, to cultivate more wisdom and deeper compassion, and to live our lives with greater clarity, purpose, and authenticity.
INCLUDES APPEARANCES BY:
- Stuart Davis
Father Thomas Keating
Alex and Allyson Grey
Diane Musho Hamilton
- Terry Patten
Kelly Sosan Bearer
- Colin Bigelow
Allan Leslie Combs
Kermit the Frog
About Ken Wilber
Ken Wilber is a preeminent scholar of the Integral stage of human development. He is an internationally acknowledged leader, founder of Integral Institute, and co-founder of Integral Life. Ken is the originator of arguably the first truly comprehensive or integrative world philosophy, aptly named “Integral Theory”.