No Boundary: Eastern and Western Approaches to Personal Growth

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Shambhala Publications, Feb 6, 2001 - Psychology - 160 pages
A straightforward and accessible study of personal development and human consciousness, as seen through the lens of Eastern and Western therapeutic traditions

A simple yet comprehensive guide to the types of psychologies and therapies available from Eastern and Western sources. Each chapter includes a specific exercise designed to help the reader understand the nature and practice of the specific therapies. Wilber presents an easy-to-use map of human consciousness against which the various therapies are introduced and explained. This edition includes a new preface.
 

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No Boundary is a simple yet comprehensive guide to the types of psychologies now available from both Western and Eastern sources--psychoanalysis to Zen, Gestalt to TM, existentialism to tantra. Ken ... Read full review

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No Boundary is one of the most iconic books I've ever read. Ken Wilber's understanding of science and metaphysics takes us beyond separate-ness into a world on one-ness that he can explain like no other. No Boundary has been one of the most impactful books on my understanding of human consciousness. 

Contents

Who Am I?
1
2 Half of It
16
3 NoBoundary Territory
30
4 NoBoundary Awareness
42
5 The NoBoundary Moment
56
6 The Growth of Boundaries
66
The Start of Discovery
76
8 The Centaur Level
94
9 The Self in Transcendence
110
10 The Ultimate State of Consciousness
126
Index
145
Back Cover
150
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Ken Wilber is the author of over twenty books. He is the founder of Integral Institute, a think-tank for studying integral theory and practice, with outreach through local and online communities such as Integral Education Network, Integral Training, and Integral Spiritual Center.

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