The Spectrum of Consciousness
Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 2002 - 364 páginas
Wilber's groundbreaking synthesis of religion, philosophy, physics, and psychology started a revolution in transpersonal psychology. He was the first to suggest in a systematic way that the great psychological systems of the West could be integrated with the noble contemplative traditions of the East. Spectrum of Consciousness, first released by Quest in 1977, has been the prominent reference point for all subsequent attempts at integrating psychology and spirituality.
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Two Modes of Knowing
Reality as Consciousness
Evolution of the Spectrum
Surveying the Traditions
Integrating the Shadow
Absolute Subjectivity actually alienated archetypes awaken basic becomes Benoit Biosocial Band body Brahman Buddhism called centaur concepts Coomaraswamy D. T. Suzuki death distinctions duality Ego Level emotions Energy environment Erwin Schroedinger eternal existence Existential Level experience Factor feel hence Hinduism Huang Po Hubert Benoit Ibid identity illusion illusory images individual Ken Wilber Knower Lankavatara Sutra level of consciousness Level of Mind look Madhyamika major dualisms maps means mental mode of knowing mystical nature non-dual awareness non-dual mode organism organismic consciousness ourselves perceived philosophy prajna present Primary Dualism projected pseudo-subject psychology pure R. D. Laing Ramana Ramana Maharshi reality realize represents Schroedinger secondary dualism Seer sense separate Shadow Level simply space spectrum of consciousness Spirit subject and object Sunyata symbolic tertiary dualism therapy things thought Tien Tai timeless tion Transpersonal Bands unconscious universe Vedanta vijnana Void Wei Wu Wei words Yogacara York
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