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Subtle Energy, the Soul & Life Purpose

Subtle Energy, the Soul & Life Purpose
Recorded 1.22.2015
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Welcome to our first Integral Living Room community call of 2015. Recorded this past Thursday, January 22nd, it was our largest live gathering yet! (Register for the calls to receive a reminders). 

One the call we (Terry, Diane, and Jeff) described the theme of this year’s Living Room: “A Trans-Rational Soul Initiation”, an integral exploration of the realms of subtle energy, the soul & life purpose.  We played a fascinating excerpt of a conversation we had with Ken Wilber, where he shares his personal story of awakening to his own calling (excerpt below).

Excerpt: Ken Wilber Awakens to His Life Purpose

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A Higher Level Conversation

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We can work in our own communities, we can think globally and act locally. But another thing we can do is to think better thoughts about the world, to challenge our own negativity biases and to have better conversations.

As Ken Wilber says, ‘Thoughts are things.’ There is a morphogenic field of thinking in the kosmos. To think a higher-level thought is actually a contribution to the kosmos. To have a higher level conversation is a contribution to the world. Don’t minimize that. 

So watching your own thinking is one thing you can do. And then, get out and open your eyes, and your heart, and your mind, and your hands, and your wallet, and do some good. ~Jeff Salzman