What NOW: What’s Sex Got To Do With It?

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The What NOW conference promises to be a real outpouring of creative information about new and Integral approaches to the world’s problems — environmental, economic, political, technological, spiritual, personal. An example of these approaches is my own, most recent book, Trump and a Post-Truth World, which we will also explore. And I want to add a perspective for this Conference that I think is truly important to keep in mind — especially for change agents and social activists who are particularly open to exhaustion and burn out.

So please join us for this upcoming conference. I really think you’ll have a fantastic time. A lot of good friends will be there, and we very much want to hear from you, so do come and be a part of this outrageous celebration of Integral approaches to activism and transformation in today’s world. Bring your heart and mind and body and soul and a willingness to toss them all in the ring, and we’ll bring everything else!

I hope to see you there.

-Ken Wilber

 
 

 
Ken Wilber

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”.

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    Clear. Clean. Concise. Feel like I’ve bathed in a pool of light as a temporal self and consciously become aware of the ever present enlightened being within. Though I’ve recognized the awareness in meditation…your words, Ken, bring a sense of peace to the chaos my small self struggles with in the physical finite world. It transforms my ability and desire to respond. Due to time constraints and financial considerations I had already decided I would not be able to make it to the conference. After listening to your invitation I feel compelled to participate in some way. My heart thanks you.

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