Reading Time: 1minute Brian Johnson, entrepeneur and philosopher at heart, has created a new site/service called PhilosopherNotes. What is PhilosophersNotes? Think: Mini-CliffsNotes for Self-Development Books!
Reading Time: 2minutes Last year I picked up a copy of The Integral Vision by Ken Wilber. I recently decided to re-read the book, and created a comprehensive book summary highlighting the key pieces of information in the book. The book summary is presented in the form of mind maps for each chapter.
Reading Time: 1minute From the Science of Oneness by Malcolm Hollick (p 163). Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh explains: The Buddha … said that in order to understand, you have to be one with what you want to understand. … The French language has the word comprendre, which means to understand, to know, to comprehend. Com means to… Read more
Reading Time: 1minute Wilber makes reference to the birth of AQAL (All Quadrants, All Levels) in his work The Marriage of Sense and Soul – Integrating Science and Religion (pg. 63): “It is fascinating that both premodern religion and modern science have a defining hierarchy, and both of them are composed of enveloping nests of increasing embrace (development… Read more
Reading Time: 1minute http://www.worldhistory-poster.com/en/ Over the last couple years, I’ve collected links to a number of sites that offer timeline-based browsing and thought I would share. Many of these sites are quite helpful for a number of areas of research, and help put many events into context and historical perspective: From Cave Paintings to the Internet (Formerly From… Read more
Reading Time: 1minute I’ve been meaning to dig deeper into Rudolph Steiner’s works since I first became aware of him a few years ago. Steiner is an intriguing character for a number of reasons. He was a passionate polymath, being interested and well-versed on a wide range of topics, accomplished philosopher and lecturer, founder of an alternative education… Read more
Reading Time: 1minute From “No Boundary”: “These roses under my window make no reference to former roses or to better ones; they are for what they are; they exist with God today. There is no time for them. There is simply the rose; it is perfect in every moment of its existence…. But man postpones or remembers; he… Read more
Reading Time: 1minute Nietzsche and Integral Philosophy…. 2 of my favorite topics. I’m in the middle of reading the latest issue of the Integral Review, and found a great passage from Nietzsche on recurrence: “What, if some day or night a demon were to steal after you into your loneliest loneliness and say to you: “This life as… Read more