A Brief History of Everything (Free Seminar)

What if we put everything that all cultures, disciplines and methods have to tell us about human potential—about spiritual, psychological and social growth—on the table? What if we looked for the keys to growth based on human knowledge and experience? What if we tried, based on cross-cultural study, to use all the world’s great traditions to create an integral map that included elements from all of them?

That’s the life’s work of Integral Theory founder Ken Wilber. And for the first time, the contemporary philosopher will walk an intimate group through his philosophy, demonstrating step by step how to bring greater depth and awareness to everyday life.

And you can take the first session free. Just sign up here.

Participants in A Brief History of Everything on Wednesday, May 8 at 11am (PDT), will learn about the five elements of the integral approach.

They’ll explore how to cultivate peak experiences until they become a lasting way of life.

They’ll learn to work with the masculine and feminine to drive their passions and balance your relationships.

They’ll school their mind, body, spirit, and shadow to serve their development and personal transformation.

Around the world, thousands of people are applying this model in dozens of different fields, from art to ecology, medicine to criminology, business to personal transformation.

Ken Wilber’s colleagues Robert Kegan and Roger Walsh have called Wilber “a natural treasure” and “one of the greatest philosophers of this century.” Chances to work directly with a man like him don’t come around every day.  

Sign up now for the FREE ONLINE SEMINAR ON MAY 8, at 11am (PDT):

A Brief History of Everything
Accessing the Extravagant Creativity of Our World in Your Own Work and Life

A FREE INTRODUCTORY SESSION WITH PHILOSOPHER KEN WILBER

HOSTED BY THE INTELLIGENT OPTIMIST

AND UBIQUITY UNIVERSITY’S WISDOM SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES

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22 comments

Kathy Perez
Kathy Johnson2 years ago

thanks

Marianne Good
Past Member 3 years ago

Thanks.

Bryna Pizzo
Bryna Pizzo3 years ago

Thank you!

Michael H.
Mike H.3 years ago

I think he is onto something

Darren Woolsey
Darren Woolsey3 years ago

I think he makes a useful point that we ought to take on board, and appreciate what all cultures have to offer instead of the usual differentiation that can be distorted and turned into a racism.

Danuta Watola
Danuta Watola3 years ago

Great article. Thanks for sharing.

Ken W.
Ken W.3 years ago

ty

Lynn C.
Lynn C.3 years ago

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Nicole W.
Nicole W.3 years ago

thank you

Aud Nordby
Aud nordby3 years ago

thanks