The evolution of spiritual consciousness: Interface between integral science and spirituality, past and emerging
World Futures 60 (4):335 – 341 (2004)
|Abstract||This article outlines the spiritual principles shared by Integral Science and the emerging Integral Spirituality. It includes a brief overview of past changes in spiritual consciousness, the role of science in the current shift, and why various beliefs are coalescing into a new Integral Spirituality. The author then explores the causes and possible effects of these changes, concluding that the motivations and transformations must come from a synthesis of all fields.|
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