Such is the search for truth and happiness. In this single life in the
'Kozmos' execute all mental slavery and negativity in the mind upon first appearance. Believe me when I say go forth and find your deepest self and find out what you want.
Explore only spiritual paths with heart.
I render all critisizms and questions that set boundries on me or others engaged within a belief system as negative, null and void. The true me; the true you, shall shine and shine forth brightly when contacted.
No boundry holds us. Celebrate and dance your life away.
Goddammit, Billy - I TOLD YOU NEVER TO TAKE OFF HIS TINFOIL HAT! Now the Others will descend on us all…
YogaPunk: a blog of photos of awesome yoga with a caption of snark at the bottom. No whining, no philosophy, just pictures of awesome people doing awesome yoga (or lame people doing horrible yoga hilariously) and sarcasm. What’s not to love?
In Excerpt A from volume 2 of the Kosmos Trilogy, “An Integral Age at the Leading Edge,” we noted the fact that, in today’s world, less than 2% of the population is at any stage or wave of consciousness that could be called “integral” in any meaningful sense. If the general waves of development are pictured as traditional, modern, postmodern, and integral (with yet higher waves possible), research suggests that somewhere around 25% of the population is traditional, 40% is modern, 20% postmodern, and only 2% or so is at integral or higher.
However, recent research has also indicated that there is a growing movement at the leading edge—in the cultural elite, in thought leaders, in the media, arts, and academia in general—where substantial portions of the postmodern population are starting to move into integral waves of awareness. In the social sciences and humanities, for example, Jeffrey Alexander, arguably America’s most gifted sociologist, has identified three major post-WWII phases: functionalism (modernist), micro-sociology (postmodern pluralist), and a new and third phrase: “an age of synthesis,”an integral age at the leading edge, just now beginning.”
~ Ken Wilber on Shambhala . COM