Wilber often talks about the existance of about 2-dozen lines of development in his work. I was wondering if someone might point to me a place where I can see these 2-dozen lines and their specific levels. A website, or a reference to one of his books would be helpful.
Unsu...Tue, July 26, 2005 - 9:43 AMAre you referring to his use of Spiral Dynamics? He uses that as a framework for talking about the progressive complexity and robustness of conceptual frameworks (green meme, turquoise meme, etc).
If so, he derives his use of Spiral Dynamics from the work of Don Beck:
Thu, July 28, 2005 - 12:18 AMYes, I am familiar with that one. I am looking for a chart or graph or description of lines as in "quadrants, levels, lines, states, and types".
He mentions on the Kosmic Konsciousness discs that there are about 2-dozen lines identified each with their own specific levels. This is what I am interested in.
Examples are lines of moral development, kinesthetic, congnitive, defense mechanisms, etc...
Fri, September 9, 2005 - 9:15 AMJust to have this on this thread for those who might not go get a copy of Integral Psychology, here are the "two dozen or so" developmental lines (or streams) Ken Wilber talks about. I don't think the order is significant and the definitions are not explained for most other than an extensive bibliography.
affects (emotions & feelings)
ideas of good
- religious faith
- meditative states
modes of space and time