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Evolutionary vs. Integral: a Leading Edge Dialogue

Integral leader Terry Patten, co-author with Ken Wilber 'Integral Life Practice', and Evolutionary Enlightenment pioneer, Chris Parish, in dialogue.


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We live in challenging times, with a host of varying crises vying for our attention. It is also a time ripe for great cultural innovation, as we attempt to meet our challenges in new, ever more creative ways. As Einstein famously said, we can’t solve problems with the kind of thinking that created them.
In response to our unique moment in history, two interrelated yet distinct movements are emerging at the leading edge of consciousness and culture. These two movements are known as ‘Evolutionary’ and ‘Integral’. Both embrace key aspects of a new sensibility and both, the Evolutionary movement and the Integral movement, provide a new way to contextualize our experience and find a way forward to a higher, more integrated approach to life.
During their dialogue, these two speakers will consider, through their respective lenses, how we can find inspiration, clarity and commitment in order to live authentically and transform our lives in meaningful ways, even when confronting complex circumstances.
An evening of discovery, inspiration and transformation through engagement with the emerging world of Evolutionary Enlightenment.


Speaker(s):

Mr Terry Patten | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

30 May 2010 at 7:15 pm

Duration:

2 hours

 

Venue:

EnlightenNext
13 Windsor Street
Islington
N1 8QG
020 7288 7000
http://www.EnlightenNext.org.uk

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Tickets:

£10

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