Developing The Integral UK Symposium at The Integral Incubator in Boulder

As part of development towards an Integral UK Symposium, Gary is off to Boulder, Colorado, USA next week, where he is scheduled to spend the week with a group of 20 others, and run his thoughts for the UK Symposium past the world renowned leading integral philosopher, Ken Wilber, on the Wednesday afternoon of the event.

On Monday I spoke to Gary about the trip, and got his thoughts on the project, and the trip, recording the discussion for this Blog to give you all a way to keep up with the project, to help follow how things are going and what the latest thinking is, in the hope that the more information we share, the better we’ll all be able to manifest an integral culture here in the UK, with all the benefits to our society and our lives that will bring.

Click the Play button below to listen to Part One of the audio.

“And the other thing, then, is looking at supporting Integral development within the UK, so there’s another kind of synergy working there, that kind of fits into this idea of the Symposium; what that might look like, and how might I develop my involvement in that.” – Gary Hawke

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I also suggested to Gary that if he was going to get the opportunity to bounce the project off of Ken Wilber, that should give quite good insights and ideas, and if you click on the Play button below you’ll hear his thoughts about that, too.

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Please do enjoy some of the other audios and writings around the site, such as the Integral Education and Integral Business recordings, and others, to get a fuller feel for what Integral Theory is, how it works, and what we are working on, and aiming to work on, here in the UK.

Best wishes,

James Blacker