Full Weekend or by Session at Kaivalya Yoga 777 University Ave. April 26 – 28, 2013 with Alex Pfeiffer
What does the mind-body-self-culture-nature map of the future look like? What is integral philosophy? If you haven’t read it, you may want to read this article on those very questions.
We human beings are far more dynamic than we’ve been led to believe. We have many parts of our own potential genius. Many of us have cultivated or are capable of cultivating high capacities of not just cognition, but of self identity intelligence, needs, values, emotional intelligence, aesthetic intelligence moral genius, interpersonal talent, kinesthetic ability, and spiritual brilliance. “Isn’t it all relative?” you might ask. “Yes” is the answer, “But” there is a difference between the Dali Lama and the Pope, and we’ll explore that difference in this session.
What if we could put together and easy to understand, inclusive map that brings the best of East, West, North, South… that integrates the truths of scientific modernity and honors the revelations of post modernism? This map would also have to account for the differences in experience in these worldviews as well as fit them together. While there are many Integral maps available, the AQAL map is generally considered to be the one that is the most inclusive.
Despite the shortcomings of Western Religous models, is there something that we might take from them that is insightful? Is there something they have to say… or perhaps something that is revealed as their new potential for the coming age once we reflect on what the best of science and eastern antiquity have to offer? In this session, we’ll explore the exciting new and healthy function of religion in the future!
Please join us for this very unique and insightful weekend!
Catalog prices applicable for RYS200 Trainees.
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Alex Pfeiffer has been exploring integral consciousness through bodywork and yoga since being certified in both in 2004. He has experienced its power first hand as a method of healing old wounds and as a source of efficiency to preserve the energy from which we can live life from a vibrant place.