Full Spectrum Mindfulness is a groundbreaking new web course by one of the world’s greatest living philosophers of the mind, Ken Wilber. This course combines hard-hitting mindfulness practice with leading-edge discoveries in neuroscience and developmental psychology, giving you what you need to dramatically deepen your awareness and skill by awakening the eight major levels of evolution alive in you right now.
Through this course you will learn how to take a “full spectrum scan” of your total being, shining a light into some of the hardest-to-reach corners of your psyche. It will help you locate and upgrade outdated coping strategies, heal trouble spots in your system, and work through various other knots and kinks in your consciousness.
WHAT MAKES FULL SPECTRUM MINDFULNESS DIFFERENT FROM THE REST?
Simple. It gets beneath the surface.
Most other approaches to mindfulness allow you to become more conscious of whatever is happening in the moment, helping you bring more awareness to your thoughts, emotions, and surrounding environment as they arise in your consciousness. There are dozens of truly amazing mindfulness techniques out there that truly excel at this, any one of which can become an important part of your own Integral Life Practice.
However, while these traditional techniques do an excellent job of helping you become more mindful of the surface features of your moment-to-moment experience, they have a much more difficult time getting to the deep features of your consciousness — those aspects of your psyche that cannot easily be seen through contemplation or introspection alone, yet exert an enormous influence upon your perceptions, your reactions, and the way you make sense of the world.
WHAT ARE THESE “DEEP FEATURES”?
These are the invisible structures through which you filter all of your experiences. Studied, tested, and verified across all known cultures by some of the world’s greatest psychologists, these deep structures give shape to your thoughts, add color to your emotions, and bring coherence to your identity.
The base of the pyramid, survival mindfulness is a critical component of managing your health, enhancing your vitality, and breaking free of the stranglehold that food holds over your life.
Sexual mindfulness is the root of maintaining erotic polarity, being present with your lover and maintaining a lifetime of deep sexual connection.
Own it, wield it wisely, and learn to navigate it, because power mindfulness is a foundation of setting boundaries and knowing where you stand in this world.
Love mindfulness supercharges your deepest relationships and connections with the most important people in your life in the deepest way possible, aligning your heart with something much greater than yourself.
Your ability to author your own life and future requires learning to channel your power and focus on delivering the real-world results that move the needle in your life.
Harmony mindfulness grounds a deep sensitivity to the most pressing moral issues of a world in pain with the presence and love to act as a healing force wherever you go.
In a world of seemingly-irresolvable tensions, competing mindsets, and differing worldviews, wholeness mindfulness is one of the pinnacle forms of all mindfulness, giving you the capability to gauge and respond to every situation with wisdom, presence and skillful clarity.
Modern science has shown how your happiness, deep flow states, and even your life purpose are tied to serving something bigger than yourself, which is what unity mindfulness—one of the pinnacle forms of mindfulness—is all about.
Full Spectrum Mindfulness is the very first approach to help you become more familiar and fluent with both the surface features and the deep features of your mind, allowing you to expand your awareness to the innermost depths of your being.
Ken Wilber is one of the most important philosophers in the world today. He is the most widely translated academic writer in America, with 25 books translated into some 30 foreign languages. Ken Wilber currently lives in Denver, Colorado, and is still active as a philosopher, author, and teacher, with all of his major publications still in print.
What makes Ken Wilber especially relevant in today’s world is that he is the originator of arguably the first truly comprehensive or integrative philosophy, aptly named “Integral Theory”. As Wilber himself puts it: “I’d like to think of it as one of the first believable world philosophies…” Incorporating cultural studies, anthropology, systems theory, developmental psychology, biology, and spirituality, it has been applied in fields as diverse as ecology, sustainability, psychotherapy, psychiatry, education, business, medicine, politics, sports, and art.
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