In June of 2004, our friend
Davis held his second-annual Dharmapalooza festival
for seventy-five or so of his most obsessive fans, who convened in
Boulder for an extended weekend of workshops, dinners, talks, and
the taping of two live concerts by the Stuart Davis Band for Stu's
upcoming live DVD. By all accounts, this interactive event was a smashing
success, and another notch in the belt of bringing integral awareness
into popular culture.
Among the presenters at Dharmapalooza was
Wilber, who took questions from the audience and
gave his view of what an integral lifestyle is all about. In this
clip, Ken discusses Integral Transformative Practice (ITP) as it
relates to the spiritual quest. Ken likens ITP to "spiritual cross-training,"
drawing comparisons to the world of sports where top athletes pursue
a range of activities which all serve to speed up growth in their
primary path. Spirituality is no different, and after pointing out
the importance of acknowledging the multiple intelligences of the
human body-mind, Ken cracks a Stephen Wright joke and gives a few
useful pointers on incorporating an ITP into your everyday life.
Check it out here:
|| The Search for Integral Shangri-La. Part 2. The Challenge, the Fun, the Nightmare
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