This is the beginning of our series of interviews with Ken Wilber.

Ken Wilber is the author of over 25 books and the creator of Integral Theory, which has been one of the most influential frameworks for understanding the stages of human development. For that he’s been sometimes called the “Einstein of consciousness studies”.

This is a multi-part interview, and we start by talking about Integral Theory from a historical perspective, and the current stage of societal development. Ken also offers his comments of Jordan Peterson’s interpretation of awakening and Greta Thunberg’s climate activism.

In Part 2, we talk about the transition to so-called 2nd tier stages of human development. Ken comments on the Metamodernism movement, and identifies the people who embody 2nd tier thinking right now.

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In This Episode of Future Thinkers:

  • What is the main problem with the world today?
  • Integral Theory ans AQAL framework
  • Historical perspective on consciousness and developmental studies
  • Why “growing up” is not included in any major religious or spiritual system
  • What is the obstacle to resolving climate crisis?
  • How we can cooperate better to solve global problems
  • Ken’s commentary of Greta Thunberg’s climate activism
  • Eight stages of human development
  • Ken’s commentary of Jordan Peterson’s awakening process
  • Metamodernism movement and Integral Theory
  • The percentage of people who are on 2nd tier stage of development right now
  • What we can do to arrive to the tipping point of 10% of people at the 2nd tier
  • Who are the people who embody the 2nd tier thinking

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