Well, Ken Wilber, the man behind some of the most profound works on psychology, philosophy, and spirituality dares to address this deep and often touchy subject.

In this fascinating talk, Ken describes what he calls the 3 strands or 3 wings of science that need to be present in order to understand the physical world and the “other worlds” in a reliable and accurate fashion.

Love to hear your thoughts on this. Especially when it comes to his methodology. Drop a comment and let us know.

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7 Comments

  • Lassair says:

    I really appreciate Ken Wilber's explanation. Narrow science has kept us all in the dark for too long. Deep science allows us to explore ourselves and our world in a much more coherent manner. I've always viewed spirituality as a part of science, and have often wondered why so many people reject that concept.

  • Carol says:

    Science has been the only form of light for the mass of people and society since its advent. If it is now applied to internal phenomena, it can do for mankind what the orthodox religions have pretended to do, or rather, voodoo. Thank you Ken Wilber for speaking out so clearly on this subject. As scientists are rigorously trained and vetted by worthy peers, so must be the scientific spiritualists. As far as scientific spiritualists go, we're still trying to invent the telescope because of religious charlatans and priestcraft.

  • Peter Chabanowich says:

    Greetings:

    It's great to watch Ken Wilbur after having read his book 'A Brief History of Everything'.

    Thanks for the opportunity, Peter

  • geri says:

    It's just another person telling strings of sentences that really didn't answer anything. 8 minutes of explaning the same i'm really not going to give you an answer because you'll have to be intrigued enough to buy the answer i may or maynot have.

  • Peter Chabanowich says:

    Greetings:

    It's great to watch Ken Wilbur after having read his book 'A Brief History of Everything'.

    Thanks for the opportunity, Peter

  • fredericka says:

    i thought that this was a grate subjet but there needed to be more explanation into the three strans of science.

  • janice says:

    Good try, for thoses who are clueless. Someday with hard work, this will be the icing on the cake. When the people who have been so quick to close the door, will not be afraid and see and know life is in its greatest!!!!!!!!!!

  • Robert Lodge Groves says:

    True mystics know and apply these three strands to interact with physical phenomena. We also expand beyong their limitations into greater paradigms and non-paradigms.

    They form part of the web of virgin experience and previously penetrated veils by intersecting.

    The if, then, thus formulation is the mental function of containment known as beholding. These multiple 3 strand interscetions are how the mind constructs viewpoints to form paradigms to experience. Science is part of spirituality, not the other way around.

    A new book will be coming mid September 2009 to Amazon.com on this specific topic.

    Title: Unveiling Mysteries of the Universe. Author:Robert Lodge Groves

  • Robert Lodge Groves says:

    True mystics know and apply these three strands to interact with physical phenomena. We also expand beyong their limitations into greater paradigms and non-paradigms.
    They form part of the web of virgin experience and previously penetrated veils by intersecting.
    The if, then, thus formulation is the mental function of containment known as beholding. These multiple 3 strand interscetions are how the mind constructs viewpoints to form paradigms to experience. Science is part of spirituality, not the other way around.

    A new book will be coming mid September 2009 to Amazon.com on this specific topic.
    Title: Unveiling Mysteries of the Universe. Author:Robert Lodge Groves

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