The Spectrum of Consciousness

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The Spectrum of Consciousness

The Spectrum of Consciousness Wilber s groundbreaking synthesis of religion philosophy physics and psychology started a revolution in transpersonal psychology He was the first to suggest in a systematic way that the great psych

  • Title: The Spectrum of Consciousness
  • Author: Ken Wilber
  • ISBN: 9780835606950
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wilber s groundbreaking synthesis of religion, philosophy, physics, and psychology started a revolution in transpersonal psychology He was the first to suggest in a systematic way that the great psychological systems of the West could be integrated with the noble contemplative traditions of the East Spectrum of Consciousness, first released by Quest in 1977, has been theWilber s groundbreaking synthesis of religion, philosophy, physics, and psychology started a revolution in transpersonal psychology He was the first to suggest in a systematic way that the great psychological systems of the West could be integrated with the noble contemplative traditions of the East Spectrum of Consciousness, first released by Quest in 1977, has been the prominent reference point for all subsequent attempts at integrating psychology and spirituality.

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    1. Arash Aghevli on said:

      Have no idea where to begin when discussing this book. In the first few chapters, Wilbur summarizes everything I had ever read about psychology and philosophy. In the next section, he creates one of the most comprehensive frameworks for understanding how almost every school of philosophy, psychology and metaphysical understandings of the universe fit together. Finally, he lays out his vision of how all of these forms of understanding evolve outward from one end of the spectrum to another through [...]

    2. Jason on said:

      "It is on the question of interpretation of internal experiences that Wilber's system falters. Wilber fails to defend the validity of his practice of interpreting these internal experiences as epistemologically sound means of gaining access to valid knowledge about the true nature of extra-pyschic reality. Similarly, he fails to provide convincing arguments to explain why his interpretation of those experiences should be considered more valid than the theist's quite different interpretations of [...]

    3. Scott Blevins on said:

      When I first picked up this book (about 15 years ago) I didn't understand it. It just didn't click. Then about 4 years later I picked it up again from my bookshelf and it absolutely blew me away. This book, maybe more than any other, caused a paradigm shift in my mind while simultaneously articulating something I felt I already knew intuitively.For me this book was a profound revelation and put a dent in my mental construct of the world.

    4. Tommy on said:

      The single most influential book of my life. It unites eastern and western traditions in an easy to understand, quote-filled journey through the most interesting and important spectrum of the universe if not the only one that exists.

    5. Nancy on said:

      Oh boy, what a challenge to read Wilber, but it is so rich and full of various other resources I can also study. I will need to read this over and over again to get the most from it. He is a genius and makes me want to study all that he studied (except the mathematics--haha). Only by changing consciousness and always aiming towards union is this world going to improve. At least, that is how I perceive things now. If one is serious about growing into full human potential, this book can certainly [...]

    6. Carla on said:

      Ah of my favorite books. This book changed my life. It answers a lot of questions about life's mysteries in this universe. It is truly fascinating, and encourages personal growth. Based in science, transpersonal psychology is a beautiful subject combining science, religions, and the metaphysical.

    7. Ricardo Acuña on said:

      Es un libro que me pareció excelente, con muchos conceptos profundos de psicología y desarrollo de conciencia. Sin duda de mis favoritos. Presenta un análisis comparativo de las diferentes escuelas de oriente y occidente que concilia los modelos del desarrollo psicológico y de la conciencia. Y por si fuera poco, concilia también las diferentes escuelas psicológicas occidentales, poniendo muy claro el enfoque terapéutico de cada una en el modelo del espectro de la conciencia. En lo persona [...]

    8. Ismael Schonhorst on said:

      A despeito de variações tremendas entre este primeiro livro (de um jovem autor) e o seu trabalho mais recente (de um maduro e experiente pesquisador), Wilber nos apresenta um trabalho denso e sincero, e mais, belíssimo! Por mais que o próprio diga que os livros de sua primeira fase devam ser lidos apenas por curiosidade, é nesta afirmação que eu mais, no momento, discordo com ele. Seus livros mais recentes são provavelmente mais adequados para se pensar sobre a realidade, mas aqui temos [...]

    9. Andrew on said:

      this is the book which put ken wilber at the forefront of the transpersonal movement. a book which lays the groundwork for his more specialized books which have been written since. wilber does not look at the universe through any specific lens but rather offers the first glimpse of his integral approach.

    10. Giovanni Gigliozzi Bianco on said:

      O Espectro da Consciência é um clássico do pensamento transpessoal. Apesar de Wilber, primeiramente, ter se desligado do carácter retrorromâtico da obra e, depois, desligado-se do próprio campo da transpessoal, o livro ainda é cheio de insights profundos e já demonstra o brilhantismo integrador do autor, manifestado desde muito jovem.

    11. Mike on said:

      The book that started it all. This is the Ken Wilber that predates the cultish figurehead that now exists. Bring your dictionary.

    12. Hope Gwilyams on said:

      Let Ken Wilber, a noted Buddhist scholar, walk you through the many levels of human consciousness -- both those you already know and those you can aspire to.

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