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Integral Psychology: Consciousness, Spirit, Psychology, Therapy by [Wilber, Ken]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3419 KB
  • Print Length: 303 pages
  • Publisher: Shambhala Publications; 1st pbk. ed edition (5 Aug. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005G4W0I0
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Ken Wilber is one of the few writers who has attempted to integrate the multiple theories of human development and the evolution of consciousness. It is a topic that he has laboured with in his writings for many years now and I hoped that this book would finally present a coherent synopsis of his work. Unfortunately it does not. It is a very disjointed mish-mash of a lot of different theories few of which are dealt with in any substantial way. For the most part the book offers us nothing new, with Wilber touching off the same themes that he has covered in many of his other works. He also has a tendency to site lists of other philosophers repeatedly as if to remind us how well read he is; ever heard of footnotes Ken. What is particularly disappointing is the fact that the text amounts to only about two thirds of the book while the rest is made up of lots of poorly explained charts comparing the various theories which Wilber claims map onto his own. All told I felt a little cheated by this book and would like to recommend "A Brief History of Everything" or "The Marriage of Sense and Soul" as much better choices.
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I have been a keen reader of Wilber for many years. At times I find his language difficult, but well worth struggling with.
This work is, for me, much easier to read. Being drawn to stage models of development, I really like his summary tables that place a large number of such models in relationship to each other.
Perhaps more importantly though is his framework (inner/Outer; Individual/Collective) for locating different models - showing that they are not competing but describing different aspects.
As always with Wilber there is quite some repetition and overlap with other works (especially A Theory of Everything) but in many ways I find this a helpful reinforcement rather than an irritant.
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For anyone who is in the least interested in where psychology is going this is an essential book. It puts all aspects of psychology into a new and brilliant intellectual framework. The charts alone are worth the money! For anyone seriously interested in psychospiritual development this is an absolute must!
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Ken Wilber is widely regarded as one of the greatest minds of our time, even if his prose does not always endear him to unsuspecting readers.

In this book, Wilber attempts to integrate the contributions of the different schools of psychology and sheds some light on the nature of the self. A goldmine of information and insights, 'Integral Psychology' will not disappoint those who seek an integral understanding of psychology and consciousness and are serious about their self-transcendence. Worth the effort.
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