10 Things I learned from Ken Wilber, the great philosopher (3/3)

(Image source) In my two previous articles (visible here and here), I presented an outline of Ken Wilber’s Integral Theory, as well as key lessons I  learned from him. In this article, I will share three final learnings: 8. It’s OK to be super smart and to want it all One of the things IContinue reading “10 Things I learned from Ken Wilber, the great philosopher (3/3)”

10 Things I learned from Ken Wilber, the great philosopher (2/3)

Image from Integral European Conference. In a first article, I outlined Stages of Development and Quadrants as two key elements to Wilber’s Integral Theory. In this article, we will go further in exploring Lines of Intelligence, States of Consciousness, and Types. 4) Lines of Intelligence Humans are incredibly rich and complex creatures. They can developContinue reading “10 Things I learned from Ken Wilber, the great philosopher (2/3)”

10 Things I learned from Ken Wilber, the great philosopher (1/3)

(source) Ken Wilber is one of my favourite philosophers of all times. He has been referred to as “the Einstein of Consciousness studies, and Jack Crittenden has said: “The twenty-first century literally has three choices: Aristotle, Nietzsche, or Ken Wilber.” I was first introduced to him during a trip to South Africa. I was talkingContinue reading “10 Things I learned from Ken Wilber, the great philosopher (1/3)”