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With this book Ken Wilber accomplishes something extraordinary.
With grace and wit, he integrates the insights of great thinkers and traditions into a view of reality and humankind that is both refreshing and challenging.
And all this in a friendly and clear prose which though simple, imparts heady ideas in an inviting, open style that makes the book a pleasure to read.
This is the best presentation and combination of the almost too many psychological systems. It is clear and well writen, But it could be a dificult reading for those who does not... Read morePublished 10 days ago by A Buddhist Monk
Love Ken Wilber's work. He has many critics, but I love his approach. He's done his homework!Published 22 days ago by Joel Gides
As always Ken Wilber goes into depths of spirituality @ many different levels.
I bought this book as I belong to a Ken Wilber Affinity group. Read more
Ken Wilber's ideas are foundational for the field of Transpersonal Psychology, and most of them are desceribed in this book. Read morePublished 10 months ago by B. Klein
I am a spiritual teacher-author, and even though I am not a fan of Ken Wilber's Integralism, I recommend his writings to my students. Read morePublished 12 months ago by L. Ron Gardner
THIS WAS A CHALLENING BOOK TO READ. THE WORDS WERE OUT OF THE READING CAPACITY BECAUSE I WAS NOT FAMILIAR LANGUAGE. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Gaygar123
I was really anxious to get this book and it go to me faster than I anticipated. I have saved so much money shopping on amazon and I have increased my libray tremendously because... Read morePublished on August 3, 2012 by Rain Oya
True to the word integral Wilber has done much for bringing together multiple frames to present a more cohesive picture of human beings. Read morePublished on January 19, 2010 by A. Froggatt
This was a very interesting read, which examined the varying theories of psychology and focused on integrating those theories together and then providing an overarching theory that... Read morePublished on August 10, 2009 by Taylor Ellwood