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Sw Anand Devagni.
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Post by Sw Anand Devagni. » Fri Sep 21, 2007 11:24 am

May I heartily recommend Ken Wilber's short video "IAM Big Mind' which I believe is available for free on the internet, at myspace or on http://www.kenwilber.com or http://www.integralnaked.org The first month's subscription to this site is free.

Love,

D.

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NoordZee
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Post by NoordZee » Sat Sep 22, 2007 2:57 am

Thank you for those links. I would suggest that you edit these two links as follows:
http://www.kenwilber.com
http://www.integralnaked.org

Drop the comma after com for the first one and the full stop after org for the second one, otherwise the links will not work.

I watched a couple of Ken Wilber's videos and must admit that I find them rather difficult to understand. It could be that you have to watch things from the beginning if you want to understand what Ken is on about.

I am sorry but I could not find the "IAM Big Mind' video on Ken Wilder's website.
"Veritas vos liberabit"

Sw Anand Devagni.
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Post by Sw Anand Devagni. » Wed Sep 26, 2007 12:19 pm

Many thanks for your post.

May I suggest, if you are interested in Ken, that you look at 'Integral Spirituality', which is his most up-to-date book yet.

Dan x

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Post by JD » Wed Sep 26, 2007 2:32 pm

I never had much use for Wilber's brand of "synthesis" - attempting to construct mental edifices and label and pidgeon-hole everything as it seemed to me - until I read Grace & Grit. The book's a harrowing account of the death of his soul-mate, Treya, from cancer. They only had a few months together before the disease struck. His humanity shone through in that book.

Last week I began reading One Taste, Wilber's journals from the past decade. It's without doubt one of the most fascinating books I've read in many years and I recommend it to anyone who's interested in "spiritual" matters.

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Post by fifi » Thu Sep 27, 2007 3:04 am

hes a bit tad arrogant or is it just me?

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