Integral Spirituality: From Belief to Liberation

Ken Wilber
April 9th, 2007
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With so many currents of religion available to us today, the need to understand these varying types of religious orientations becomes increasingly important if we are to successfully navigate our own spiritual development. Ken Wilber describes the differences between esoteric and exoteric religion and offers an experiment to show us the face of God, our own original face, and the need for an Integral Spirituality.

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Thank you so much Ken for this webcast and so may others I have listened to. You said that that I/we represent less than 1% of the world population I find this more than sobering and if my own endeavours to communicate, relate, engage interact with others who call themselves spiritual / Christian are anything to go by that figure is probable correct.
I find myself in a position of great alone-ness in that it seems almost impossible to communicate the things that you, and so many others, talk about no matter how much I try, no matter how often I seek to find "common ground" and that I often go to great pains to make these transitory principles understood and attractive more often than not I am misunderstood; rejected and sometimes even demonized it doesn't leave me with a "warm glowing feeling".
I can only imagine how difficult it must have been for the likes of Jesus, Buddha who sought to communicate the nature of true spirituality. In my own tradition, Christian, it seems to be mostly about "believing the right things" the fact that Christianity now has over 5,000 denominations- these 'divisions' have mostly come about because of small, minor and moderate theological differences or doctrine and dogma.