The Spectrum of Consciousness

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Quest Books, 1993 - Psychology - 362 pages
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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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User Review  - Phae - Goodreads

Interesting concepts and ideas. Not one of my favourites but still worth the time. Read full review

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User Review  - Scott Blevins - Goodreads

When I first picked up this book (about 15 years ago) I didn't understand it. It just didn't click. Then about 4 years later I picked it up again from my bookshelf and it absolutely blew me away. This ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue
3
Two Modes of Knowing
17
Reality as Consciousness
37
TimeEternity SpaceInfinity
70
Evolution of the Spectrum
94
Surveying the Traditions
148
Integrating the Shadow
185
The Great Filter
213
Man as Centaur
232
A NoMans Land
254
That Which is Always Already
286
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Ken Wilber is one of the most widely read and influential American philosophers of our time. He is the author of over a dozen books including 'Grace and Grit', 'The Marriage of sense and Soul', and 'A Theory of Everything'.

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