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Transmodern Futures
The Future of Spirituality on YouTube
Sep 13, 2007
Ken Wilber offers a short lecture on the difference between religion and spirituality in a age of terrorism. Fr. Thomas Keating, a Cistercian monk from St. Benedict's Monastery in Snowmass, Colorado, recorded in April of 2006. While Keating keeps a vow of silence (in this segment!), Wilber explains some of the basic concept of 'Integral spirituality.'

Transmodern Futures
Wilber's "Religion of Tomorrow"
Sep 1, 2007
Ken Wilber's Integral Spiritual Center will host a 1-day conference on the 'Religion of Tomorrow,' Wednesday, Oct. 31st, in Boulder, CO. A variety of spiritual leaders will ask, 'How does one balance the uniqueness of a tradition with the benefits of understanding a wider, integral perspective of spirituality?' Participation is limited to 100 participants.

Transmodern Futures
Neohumanist Educational Futures
Jan 4, 2007
Three leading Asian futurists have released a new book on neohumanist educational pedagogy. They argue that the current paradigms of uni and multiculturalism have reached their limits, and only transcendental and transcultural approaches can help humanity move forward to create a sustainability.

Transmodern Futures
Microvita and the Body Politic
Jul 18, 2006
This article explores the idea of microvita - emmanations of the Cosmic 'mind' - that underpin consciousness and have a subtle yet foundational relationship to the social. In this article Marcus Bussey links the thinking of P.R. Sarkar with social forms and thus builds a bridge between personal spiritual action and social transformation.

Transmodern Futures
Critical Spirituality for a Critical Time
Dec 18, 2005
Australian futures educator Milojevic calls for a shift to a critical spirituality that might push toward Eupsychia perfection and the liberation of self thorugh concious human evolution to transcend two prevailing spiritualities of today, 1) bringing back the old religious fundamentalism, or 2) Continuing Enlightenment paradigm/Secular progressivism (whether modern or postmodern). Article is in .pdf format, 159k.  Visit Website ]


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