Overall, Wilber's analysis is incredibly valuable, and if this is the first of his books you read, you will learn much.
He doesn't seem to have many new ideas to contribute, so I can't help but suspect he's publishing this garbage just to make money.
Ken Wilber does another great job at delving into the nature of human nature and the development of an integral spirituality.
Great list of authors in various topics, put in a simple framework. However, fails to add anything new. Also very hard to read.Published 3 months ago by Carl-Axel
The reviews on this book was good. However, I have not read it yet.. I am looking forward to the readPublished 8 months ago by Lyndadiane Lewis
This book should have received five stars!
Some great perspectives that accommodated the major philosophical movements of recent times. Read more
A great work to increase one awareness of God and please look at it ..This is a book for today worldPublished 17 months ago by donald L Wallace
I have read quite a number of Ken Wilber's books and writings, but Integral Spirituality took the conversation much further for me. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Michael K. Spayd
"Integral Spirituality" is a book by Ken Wilber, an author towards whom many people have a strong love-hate relationship. Small wonder. Read morePublished on December 10, 2011 by Ashtar Command
It's really superb in its scope and intention. If you are somewhat aquainted with either Western or Eastern spirituality, this one will surely give you a lot of "aha"s. Read morePublished on November 11, 2011 by Lauge Schřler
I'm a new reader to Ken Wilber's works. On first sight I find his reliance on secondary historical sources which leads him to make misstatements that a more disciplined study of... Read morePublished on May 8, 2011 by JBH
Ken Wilbur in Integral Spirituality challenges serious adherents, whatever their chosen religious path, to contribute intelligently to the developmental line--"up the mountain"--of... Read morePublished on January 5, 2011 by Isabel Anders