Living Relationship. Living Relationship is a new website, book and set of inquiries called “The Living Inquiries.” The Living Inquiries include the Unfindable, Boomerang, and Panorama Inquiries from Scott’s book, “Living Relationship: Finding Harmony with Others.” The book was written out of particular struggles Scott experienced in his own relationships and the relationships of people he has worked with in private sessions through the years.
Living Realization. Living Realization is a book and a contemporary way of pointing developed by Scott Kiloby. The full text is available on this site along with details about live events, online meetings, private sessions and Living Inquiries.
Doorway to Liberation. Dedicated web site for Scott's e-book called Doorway to Total Liberation. The message of this book/site is that you can live life fully, taking all kinds of actions and expressing and following a myriad of wants, while experiencing perfect freedom regardless of whether those wants are fulfilled. Does this sound too good to be true? It isn’t! It’s accessible.
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Your Divine Inheritance
The Simplicity of What Is
Free Water Sangha
You Are Truly Loved
Living In Peace
The End of Seeking
Die to Love
Living Presence Now
Liberation from the Lie
You Are Seeing Oneness
Ser Y Estar - Nonduality
Never Not Here
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Mind and Life Institute The Mind & Life Institute is dedicated to fostering dialogue and research at the highest possible level between modern science and the great living contemplative traditions, especially Buddhism. It builds on a deep commitment to the power and value of both of these ways of advancing knowledge and their potential to alleviate suffering.
350.org is an international campaign dedicated to building a movement to unite the world around solutions to the climate crisis, the solutions that science and justice demand. Our mission is to inspire the world to rise to the challenge of the climate crisis—to create a new sense of urgency and of possibility for our planet. Our focus is on the number 350, as in parts per million, the level scientists have identified as the safe upper limit for CO2 in our atmosphere.
Direct Relief Direct Relief International provides medical assistance to improve the quality of life for people affected by poverty, disaster, and civil unrest at home and throughout the world.
The Baumann Institute "The Baumann Institute is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, educational and research corporation based in San Francisco, California. The Institute was established to investigate the capacity of human beings to realize an abiding well-being that is not dependent upon circumstance or experience. Toward this end, it focuses its efforts and resources on the experiential and scientific investigation of the nature of awareness and its relationship to human health and well-being."
Father Thomas Keating "God and our true Self are not separate. Though we are not God, God and our true Self are the same thing."Father Thomas Keating, a writer and teacher, is considered by many to be one of the few genuinely realized Christian saints in the world today. At the age of eighty-one, he continues to be a prominent voice in the Christian Centering Prayer movement through the organization he founded, Contemplative Outreach, an international network committed to renewing the contemplative dimension of the Gospel in daily life.
Center for Action and Contemplation (Richard Rohr and the Emerging Church) “We are a center for experiential education, encouraging the transformation of human consciousness through contemplation, equipping people to be instruments of peaceful change in the world.”
Truth Contest This is a contest to find and spread the truth about life and death, the ultimate truth. People that enter may represent philosophy, science, religion, or themselves.
"The word integral means comprehensive, inclusive, non-marginalizing, embracing. Integral approaches to any field attempt to be exactly that: to include as many perspectives, styles, and methodologies as possible within a coherent view of the topic. In a certain sense, integral approaches are “meta-paradigms,” or ways to draw together an already existing number of separate paradigms into an interrelated network of approaches that are mutually enriching." ~Ken Wilber
An Overview of Integral Theory This primer to integral theory written by Sean Esbjörn-Hargens provides an up to date introduction and is an ideal piece to give to colleagues and friends who keep asking "What is 'integral theory' anyway?" For years we have heard people complain that there isn't a solid intro to the AQAL model. While Ken Wilber has penned a few introductions, these are often not viewed as ideal presentations for many professional contexts. Our hope is that this new introduction will help fill this gap, and offer individuals another resource to help communicate the basics of integral theory. This introduction is also written in a way that even seasoned integral practitioners will find illuminating, with new details of integral theory being explored.
Integral Life Integral Life was founded to help people integrate their fragmented lives through greater freedom, love, awareness and understanding. Integral Life’s tagline “free to be fully human” is more than a slogan, it is a living promise for humanity: that we may live totally free in our immense diversity while embracing the full richness of the human experience in ourselves and others. Integral awareness allows you to expand and deepen your experience of every moment, make sense of your world and your relationship to it, and to organize all the fragmentation of modern living in a way that doesn't exclude any part of you. An integral life is a way to process your own life experience that includes everything you are while leaving nothing out. Imagine living in a state of self-awareness such that in every moment you are capable of saying "Here I am, fully present. I know who I am in this moment and why."
Integral Naked Integral Naked is the world’s first multimedia portal into Integral Consciousness, featuring hundreds of hours of audio and video conversations with today’s greatest thinkers, leaders, artists, and visionaries. Often moderated by Ken Wilber, these discussions span a wide range of topics--including spirituality, sexuality, psychology, ecology, art, business, and politics. Through the rich diversity of subject matter runs a single thread, a fierce determination to connect the dots of fragmentation and begin to make sense of a world gone more than slightly mad.... Integral Naked offers a much more comprehensive, cohesive, and fulfilling way to navigate the rich complexity of the traditional, modern, and post-modern worlds. It is the meeting ground between culture and spirituality, between consciousness and evolution, between the self and the Self. It is a clearing from which a constellation of luminaries can be seen taking the integral vision into their lives and into the world. It is also the online epicenter of an emerging grassroots community, the first integral culture the planet has ever seen....
Boulder Integral "Boulder Integral is a community of shared philosophical agreement and committed practice. We believe that we are poised at the beginning of a new turn in the spiral of human history, where for the first time all constructions of human knowledge and forms of beneficial practice are available. We hear the next octave of a new Renaissance, where entirely new structures of thought, new reality frames, new ways of being human, and new stages of development await us, supported by a vastly clearer view of the great contributions of the past, as well as its pathologies. At Boulder Integral we stand in this confluence, eager to aid in the creation of the next wave of development: The Integral Age."
Integral Recovery "Integral RecoveryTM is a bold and totally new approach to the treatment of alcoholism and addiction. We say “totally new” not because it breaks with other approaches past or present, but because it unites—or integrates—them, preserving what is best of existing modalities, while negating their weaknesses."