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KEN WILBER AND HIS INTEGRAL VISION:
Ken Wilber’s Official Website
News, writings, and multimedia
Ken Wilber Online
Ken Wilber’s site at Shambhala Publications, his principal publisher. Features chapters from forthcoming books, excerpts, interviews, and topical essays.
A hub for Wilberian integral research and applications
Comprises over twenty centers that apply Wilberian integral vision to ecology, business, psychology, art, politics, and many other fields
Integral Spiritual Center
A community of teachers and practitioners of different traditions dedicated to forging an integral spirituality for the modern and postmodern world
The multimedia doorway to the world of Wilberian integral awareness, featuring interviews, dialogues, and multimedia with leading thinkers in business, education, art, spirituality, politics, and many other fields
Offers experiential programs for those who want to apply the Wilberian integral approach to their personal and professional lives
A social media hub dedicated to the integral movement
See also Ken Wilber Quotes
KEN WILBER CRITIQUE, ALTERNATIVES TO THE AQAL MODEL, AND THE INTEGRAL:
A very comprehensive website including much criticism of Ken Wilber's integral vision.
Blog dedicated to the integral vision of Ken Wilber, including both his fans and his critics
Blog on integral theory
Wilber's AQAL Map and Beyond
My free ebook on this website
Church of the Churchless
Blog that includes posts critical of Ken Wilber and his integral vision
Beyond Ken Wilber's Bounded Reality
Post pointing beyond the AQAL model
Center for Integral Science
Articles on science and religion including a critique of the AQAL model by Thomas J. McFarlane. Extensive list of links to related websites.
A Critical look at Ken Wilber's Four Quadrant Model, by Thomas J. McFarlane
A critique of the AQAL map
The Integral Sphere: A Mathematical Mandala of Reality (by Thomas J. McFarlane)
A mathematical mandala that in some ways is still more comprehensive than the AQAL map
Ken Wilber (by M. Alan Kazlev)
An overview and critique of Ken Wilber and his work.
Ken Wilber's Philosophy, and some critical appraisals (by M. Alan Kazlev)
Besides a general criticism of Ken Wilber's integral philosophy, this site includes a critical appraisal of his AQAL map in his phases 4 and 5, pointing out various problems, arbitrary assumptions, and inconsistencies between quadrants and levels.
Integral Mandala and the AQAL representation (by M. Alan Kazlev)
A comparison of Alan Kazlev's Integral Mandala with the AQAL map. The Integral Mandala is more flexible and esoteric than AQAL. However, Kazlev"s more recent work, which is not yet available online, has gone beyond his Integral Mandala.
AQAL, the next generation (Hugh & Amalia Kaye Martin’s ADAPT model)
A model of human development that in some ways surpasses the AQAL model.
How ADAPT Improves on Wilber
Detailed comparisons between Ken Wilber's AQAL map and the ADAPT model. "Of the total 258 comparisons, there are at least 75 positions where Wilber’s interpretation is most in doubt – and therefore most in need of re-consideration and revision"(Hugh & Amalia Kaye Martin).
The Big Tube Theory (by Dirk Laureyssens)
This theory integrates holarchy, holism in terms of undivided wholeness, continuum,Yin-Yang, dialectics, and network views through an unbreakable dynamic membrane (the Whole) that creates holons, which are continuous with one another and the unbreakable dynamic membrane.
Slark’s Photosets on Flickr
Many photosets including different versions of the AQAL map and other integral diagrams
Redefining Integral (by M. Alan Kazlev)
A very comprehensive essay on the different meanings of "integral" and their historical origins.
A public weblog of the Integral Research Group, which is an innovative and critically informed non-profit research and development venture exploring the potential of integrative approaches. Includes many links.
A transdisciplinary and transcultural peer-reviewed journal for new thought, research, and praxis.
Journal of Integral Theory and Practice
Features articles by integral scholars around the world.
An alliance of three organizations that advance an integral vision for humanity's global future.
RELATED AND COMPLEMTARY WEBSITES:
"Inclusionality is the 'livingness between' conflicting extremes that resolves difference into complementation through understanding"
The Mandala Project
A non-profit organization dedicated to promoting peace through art and education. Emphasizes unity with diversity that is created through a very large collection of mandalas. Everybody is invited to contribute mandalas to the mandala gallery.
Shinzen Young's Mandala
A mandala that summarizes Shinzen's knowledge and wisdom with emphasis on meditation, a mandala on "everything important that he [Shinzen] knows." For a more detailed explanation of his mandala (or visual sutra or cosmogram) see 5 Ways to Know Yourself.
Taoism - Ageless Wisdom for a Modern World. Part 3: Yin-Yang - The Principle of Harmony and Change
The third of a series of articles on Taoism, pointing out the relevance and fundamental importance of Yin-Yang.
Emphasizes the experience of the continuum through breath, sound, movement, pleasure, and includes also reference to the continuum as a scientific, philosophical, artistic, musical, poetic, and spiritual concept, a cosmology, and an advanced state of consciousness.
Kheper - Metamorphosis and Evolution
A comprehensive website that includes physical, biological, spiritual, occult, and technological transformation and evolution on individual, planetary, and universal scales.
Peter Russell – The Spirit of Now
On consciousness and personal growth, with sections on the global brain, mind maps, science and consciousness, meditation, being in the present, and the text of many of his essays and books. Includes a list of over 300 links.
Susan and Bruce Kodish - Drive Yourself Sane
A site on Korzybski's General Semantics that overcomes the many pitfalls of Aristotelian either/or logic. Includes also excerpts from the authors' book Drive Yourself Sane.
Bruce Kodish - Korzybski Files
A blog on Korzybski with non-Aristotelian sightings and comments.
ThisIsNotThat (by Steve Stockdale)
An enlightening website with much reference to Korzybski's ideas
Awakening into Awareness
Reflections on reality and the experience of realization. Includes an extensive number of links to websites on spiritual teachings such as Taoism and Buddhism as well as many other resources.
Osho World: Vision of an enlightened Master
Includes discourses, meditations, and meditative therapies such as The Mystic Rose that comprises laughter, crying, silent watching and meditation.
All About Osho
A very comprehensive website about Osho
See also References of my book Wilber's AQAL Map and Beyond