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Being Ken Wilber, he couldn't resist answering these questions by folding the "Theory of Everything" into some of his own personal visions and theories. This overlay is presented in his signature straightforward, clearly written style. The upshot is that common readers can easily follow Wilber on a quantum journey and wind up with a lasting souvenir--a scientific and spiritual understanding of how the mind, body, soul, and universe all work together like a never-ending symphony. And that's just in the first four chapters. From there he shows readers the practical applications of this vision--explaining how it could lead to more integrative styles of business, education, medicine, ecology, and even how we address world conflicts. Wilber admits that this "holistic quest is an ever-receding dream, a horizon that constantly retreats as we approach it." Nonetheless, he can still take readers on an incredible journey--one that's well worth the price of the ticket. --Gail Hudson --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Ugh. Pure hippy garbage. There's absolutely nothing scientific about this "theory." Wilber uses contrived, fancy-sounding words and footnotes to make himself seem more... Read morePublished 4 months ago by H. Von Starkovic
Be prepared to stop on each page to digest the density of Ken Wilber and Integral Thinking. This is very powerful stuff that will leave you a little lost at times. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joseph R. Rafter III
In a Theory of Everything (TOE), Author Ken Wilber explores research based on a unifying theory of the Cosmos, Spiral Dynamics, and delineates 8 memes based on levels of... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Aprilia West
Ken Wilber takes his vast knowledge and awe inspiring information into an amazing "readers digest" of EVERYTHING. Illuminating and at the same time hard as hell!Published 11 months ago by Ann R. Levine
This book is a must read. It helped me see a very complex world in a new way.Published 13 months ago by Maureen
I would rate it a 5 stars and recommend it to anyone interested in how our expanded sense of consciousness affects us today. It is not an easy read, but one well worth the effort!Published 14 months ago by Christine Reinhard
Everything was perfect as expected.
I said I liked it. Why do I have to spend my time justifying my position?.
This book helped me get over my resistance to reading Wilber. I had found him too dense and hard to read for a long time (except for Grace and Grit, which is one of my all time... Read morePublished 19 months ago by maikwe