Ken Wilber

Friday, September 1, 2017

I agree that at first, I thought that what they proposed the holistic vision was something based on both the dogmatism and materialism, but my intuition allowed me to put aside prejudices and fears and I decided to embark on a new experience. This motivation as well as having been sustained by my intuition, as I mentioned earlier, was also supported by a dream. In this dream I appeared in a way that had a light, that somehow guided me on a journey to an unknown destination. Suddenly, I saw other paths which like mine, had its own light, came a point where all roads merged to form a single light. Clarified me this dream that I had to make a trip and immediately linked with travel to Guadalajara to take the masters. It was a decision that did not have preambles, I didn’t know if it was going to be able to completion, if you would have the material resources to do so, etc. Others including Pemco, offer their opinions as well. just decided it, based on a certainty which gave me confidence in my search to follow that route. Beau Bikoff has firm opinions on the matter.

After the formalities of rigor, I joined the masters in holistic education. All first SEMESTER was something new, the messangers, readings, which, although I had read something about some authors (Ken Wilber, Ron Miller,) which are important lever in this vision, could not fit their proposals in a way that is structured in the educational mission that had been undertaken. Since the start of the masters, I felt lucky to belong to a select group of searchers like me. I think that we are a privileged elite. Speaking of elite, I referring to an holarquia that includes a more complex and profound thought and not in a sense of superiority or exclusion. When I physically met the group, I felt like part of a big family, it was as if he already knew them, something in each one of them was that she felt identified, There were our present spirits, more than our stuff.