As one who has written extensively about the interior life, meditation, and psychotherapy, Ken Wilber-the leading theorist in the field of integral psychology-naturally arouses the curiosity of his numerous readers. In response to this curiosity, this one-year diary not only offers an unprecedented entrée into his private world, but offers an introduction to his essential thought. "If there is a theme to this journal," Wilber writes, "it is that body, mind, and the luminosities of the soul-all are perfect expressions of the Radiant Spirit that alone inhabits the universe, sublime gestures of that Great Perfection that alone outshines the world." Wilber's personal writings include: Details of his own spiritual practice Advice to spiritual seekers Reflections on his work and that of other prominent theorists in the field of integral psychology His day-to-day personal experiences Dozens of his short theoretical essays on topics from art to feminism to spirituality to psychotherapy
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