Kermit the Frog's Tribute to Ken Wilber

January 17th, 2013
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One of the greatest highlights of the recent What Next conference was a very special 3-hour tribute to Ken Wilber on New Year's Eve, where many of us who have been so touched by Ken's work and friendship had the opportunity to express our love, admiration, and gratitude. Today we thought we would share one of our favorite moments with you all: Kermit the Frog's tribute to Ken Wilber.

For a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the Muppets and Jim Henson's legacy, be sure to check out Ken's conversation with Steve Whitmire: It's Not Easy Being Turquoise: Jim Henson, the Muppets, and the Art of Integral Puppetry. Also be sure to check out Kermit's exclusive interview with Stuart Davis: Sex, God, and Deep Fried Flies.

This video is part of the Ken Wilber Tribute, now on sale from Integral Life.

We are fortunate enough to have inherited Ken's unique vision of an integrated world. We can feel this inheritance every day in our hearts, in our minds, and in our souls—inspiring us, uplifting us, and urging us to leave the world just a little bit more whole than we found it.

For those of us who have consumed his work and who wisdom in our own lives, we know that we are now standing on Ken Wilber's shoulders. As Jack Crittenden says, "the 21st century literally has three choices: Aristotle, Nietzsche, or Ken Wilber." As they say, we are standing on the shoulders of giants—and those are some mighty shoulders indeed.

We captured every moment in beautiful high-definition video, and now you can join the continuing celebration of our friend and mentor by purchasing this once in a life time event for your personal collection. It is destined to be a collector’s item for everyone in the Integral community.

The Ken Wilber Tribute is available for just $49.99, or you can get it for free with purchase of The Future of Spirituality: Why It Must Be Integral. Click here for more details!

 

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Integral Muppets: Connecting my childhood love with my adulthood passion! Love you Kermit!