Guru & Pandit Dialogue: Psychology vs Enlightenment: Walking the Razor's Edge‏

  • May 25, 2013 · 1:30 PM
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Hello Integral Philly!

On Saturday, May 25th at 2:00 pm ET (USA), Andrew Cohen and Ken Wilber will dedicate the second installment of the Guru & Pandit Virtual Series to exploring the similarities and differences between the psychology-based and enlightenment-based approaches to human development.

One of the most revolutionary insights of Ken Wilber's Integral philosophy is his articulation of the difference between the Eastern and Western approaches to human development.

Eastern mysticism is unparalleled in its illumination of higher states of consciousness and the deeper dimensions of the self that lie beyond the mind and personality. On the other hand, Western psychology has taught us a great deal about the nature of the mind and the culturally conditioned self, and allowed great leaps forward in our understanding of how humans develop.

So what is the relationship between these distinct approaches to development? And how do they work together as we attempt to become more highly evolved, aware, and enlightened human beings?

On Saturday, May 25th, Andrew and Ken will explore these questions in great detail and shed some new light on the subtle relationship between these distinct approaches to developing the many dimensions of ourselves.

You can access the broadcast in two ways:
Online: Listen via webstream
Phone: If you'd like to ask Andrew or Ken a question during the broadcast, please call in to the phone number you will get after you register

Register for free here....

If you would like to meetup and take the inquiry further with Integral Philly folks please come over at 1:30pm.

Hope you'll join us on May 25th!

Warm regards,

Danielle

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