KEN WILBER’S TABLES

Integral Psychology – Revised Categories1
1. Correlative Structures a. The Fundamental Developmental Sequence (FDS) b. Wilber c. Investigators other than Wilber 2. Spectrum of Consciousness a. East and Ancient b. Westerners (incl. Eastern influence) 3. Stages of Life Development 4. Stages of Psychological Development a. Fundamental needs b. Sexuality c. Affect & Emotions d. Ego / Proximate Self e. Leadership f. Cognition i. Classic Investigators ii. Modern Investigators g. Art, Aesthetics, & Creativity h. Ethics/Morality i. Principles ii. Perspectives – Wilber iii. Perspectives -- Modern Investigators i. Worldviews 5. Stages and Structures of Physical Development 6. Spiritual Stages and States a. Eastern Mystics b. Christian Mystics (West/East) c. Classic Western Investigators d. Modern Western Investigators 7. Stages of Socio-cultural Evolution a. Wilber and Classic Investigators b. Modern Investigators c. Spiral Dynamics 1 d. Spiral Dynamics 2 8. Processes of Growth and Transformation
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Key. CAPS followed by field brackets { } = STAGE COMPRISING SEVERAL ROWS + {Range of rows included in that stage}. Bold followed by field brackets { } = Second set of ranges. Normal brackets [ ] = Editor additions or emendations. Sources for each contributor and category = Works of Ken Wilber + page number. Page numbers: Non-italic=major text reference; italic=charts. Works: IP=Integral Psychology; ES=Eye of the Spirit; BHE=Brief History of Everything. Hugh & Kaye Martin * Whole Life Advisory * P.O. Box 1736 * Sebastopol, CA 95473 (707) 874-9799 * MartinHughCo@Gmail.com COPYRIGHT 2007

Table 1A: CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES – Fundamental Developmental Sequence (FDS)
The basic structural element of Wilber’s Tables is the Fundamental Developmental Sequence (FDS) – a series of 38 Steps which trace increasing complexity, development, or evolution within a system. These Steps are in turn consolidated into a set of 12 Stages (and States). Steps are indicated by the numbers in the left-hand column; Stages and States are indicated by bands of color comprising several rows.
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Ken Wilber (1950- ) Fundamental Developmental Sequence (definition of terms) Ken Wilber (1950- ) Wilber source

Higher Development

POSITION/ROLE CONTRIBUTION/ SIGNIFICANCE PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES (date/s) WILBER SOURCE FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber) 38 [Beyond conscious[Beyond consciousness] ness/ Divine] [Relinquishment of consciousness] Constant consciousness Spirit and World Process Non-dual mysticism – union of form and formless Merging of consciousness with Creator Cessation -- union with the source of all manifest realms Formless mysticism – awareness of the source of consciousness Emergent consciousness of the holy essence of the Creator Union with creator of gross realm (Category source: IP 197-217 left column) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top ***

37 - transition 36 Non-dual: Late 35 Non-dual: Middle 34 Non-dual: Early 33 - transition 32 Causal: Late 31 Causal (formless): Early

30 - transition 29 Subtle: Late

1A: Correlative Structures, Fundamental Developmental Sequence – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) Ken Wilber (1950- ) Fundamental Developmental Sequence (definition of terms) Ken Wilber (1950- ) Wilber source

Higher Development

TOPIC 28

Subtle (archetype): Deity mysticism – awareness of divine source of creation Early Departure from the material realm. Emergent consciousness of the Creator Union with the world process Nature mysticism – awareness of divine embodied in the material Emergent consciousness of supernatural realm beyond the material Integrated perspectives: Holistic, unified, integral thinking Interacting perspectives: Dialectical, comparative thinking IP 22, 26-7, 105 IP 14

27 - transition 26 Psychic: Late 25 Psychic (vision): Early

24 - transition 23 Vision/ logic: Late 22 Vision/logic:Middle

Multiple perspectives: 21 Vision/ logic: Early Relative, pluralistic, contextual thinking 20 - transition 19 Formal: Late 18 Formal: Early 17 - transition 16 Rule/role: Late 15 Rule/role: Early 14 - transition 13 Concept Emergence from mechanistic to fluid, multi- dimensional thinking Broad, complex abstract and logical thinking Small, simple abstract and logical thinking Emergence from myth and superstition to generalized, abstract logical thinking Large, complex social structures – elaborate rules and roles Small, simple social structures – basic rules and roles Emergence of god-centered social structures (rules and roles) and concrete, literal thinking Capacity to derive abstract principles from related experiences

IP 26

IP 44

1A: Correlative Structures, Fundamental Developmental Sequence – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC 12 Endocept Ken Wilber (1950- ) Fundamental Developmental Sequence (definition of terms) Grasping or apprehending the internal, hidden characteristics of an object Capacity to use signs, characters, objects to represent something else Emergence of the individual identity Capacity to visualize or otherwise experience something not present Capacity to experience selfcentered urges, drives, desires Emergence of capacity to respond Apprehending the external appearance of an object Capacity to receive information from environment through sense organs Capacity to feel undifferentiated stimulation of sense organs Emergence of life Atoms bonded into molecules Discrete atoms Ken Wilber (1950- ) Wilber source

Higher Development

11

Symbol - transition -

10 Image 9 Impulse/ emotion 8 - transition 7 Exocept 6 Perception

5 Sensation 4 Matter: Molecular, polymer

3 Matter: Atomic 2 1

Subatomic particles Matter: Subatomic [Creation event: Matter created - transition from energy and/ or void] [Before matter/ Void] [Before creation: Before matter came into existence]

Table 1B: CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES – Wilber
These Studies are the ‘correlative structures’ – benchmarks or frames of reference – developed by Wilber to make comparisons with other Studies. Some Correlative Structures appear on the right side of certain Tables, separated from the subject Studies by a heavy vertical line.
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Ken Wilber (1950- ) Age of Emergence Ken Wilber (1950- ) (after Piaget) Cognitive Stages Stages through which thinking and reasoning capabilities develop Ken Wilber (1950- ) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) Centers of energy and identity in the physical, psychological, and spiritual body Ken Wilber (1950- ) Fulcrums Ken Wilber (1950- ) Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific Ken Wilber (1950- ) Worldviews Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Span Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Impulse

Higher Development

DEFINITION

Average age in years at which trait or capacity emerges

Complete TransHow the Self is ition Cycles, corexperienced at responding to different Stages each Stage of deof development velopment

Degree of inclusFramework through which one perOrigins and moiveness with ceives, interprets, and interacts tivations for our which our ethical with the world ethical standards principles apply

PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES (date/s)
WILBER SOURCE

IP 201

IP 18-27, 197217 (benchmark)

IP 16-17, 199

IP 92-100,102-8, 197,205

IP 117, 197

IP 118-19, 198,207

IP 115-18, 197

IP 115-18, 197

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37 36 35 34 33

(Category source: IP 197-217 left column) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top *** [00. AFTER DEATH] {37-38} Constant consciousness Spirit & World Process [49+] (Release of all Chakras in the Real) [10. NON-DUAL] 10. Non-dual {34-36} Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} Buddhic {32.536}: All manifest Always/already & unmanifest {32.5-36} reality (self-liber(sage/siddha) ation in primordial awareness)

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition -

32

Causal: Late

Causal unity, cessation

1B: Correlative Structures, Wilber – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): [35-42] Early 7. Sahasrara: Transcendental consciousness, light Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, gross realm unity Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {2527} THEOCENTRIC {25-36} Shamanic {23.5-27}: All earthly beings (locus of World Soul). POST-POST-CONVENTIONAL {23.5-beyond} 8. SUBTLE {27.5- 8. Subtle Self 30} (Soul) Ken Wilber (1950- ) Age of Emergence Ken Wilber (1950- ) (after Piaget) Cognitive Stages Ken Wilber (1950- ) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) Ken Wilber (1950- ) Fulcrums Ken Wilber (1950- ) Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific Ken Wilber (1950- ) Worldviews Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Span Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Impulse

Higher Development

31

[42-49] (Higher Chakras to cessation)

Formless mysticism: Union with 9. CAUSAL (spir9. Witness (pure source of manifest realms it) Self) {31-33} Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) SPIRIT {29.5-36} Subtle realm unity, luminosity Bodhisatvic Deity mysticism: Union with creat{28-31}: All senrix of gross realm tient beings Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {28(locus of 30}, Brahma-lokas) Panentheistic [28-31}: All sentient beings in all realms (saintly)

30 29

28

27

- transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early

26

25

[28-35]

WISDOM (crown 7. PSYCHIC (soul) 7. Psychic Self of head) {25-36} {24.5-26.5}

24

- transition -

6. Psychic mind: vision (Ajna)

Developmentalism as World Process

Panenhenic {23.5-27}: All earthly beings (yogic)

23

Vision/ logic: Late Vision/logic:Middle

SOUL {22.5-30} Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic Holistic integralism (global) {2224}:

22

1B: Correlative Structures, Wilber – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Ken Wilber (1950- ) Age of Emergence Ken Wilber (1950- ) (after Piaget) Cognitive Stages Ken Wilber (1950- ) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) Ken Wilber (1950- ) Fulcrums Ken Wilber (1950- ) Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific Ken Wilber (1950- ) Worldviews Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Span Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Impulse

Higher Development

21

Vision/ logic: Early

[21-28] Open

6. INTEGRATED VISIONARY (centaur) {21THOUGHT (brow, 23.5} third eye) {2124}

6. Centaur (existential, integ- Multiple contexts/ histories rated Self) Worldcentric{2 0-22.5}: All of Us -all humans (locus of rational Universal-global universal plural{20-22.5} ism) POST- CONVENTIONAL {2022.5}

20

- transition -

19-21

POSTFORMAL {19.5-beyond}

5. Verbal-rational mind

Pluralistic systems, dynamic Pluralistic relativism {20-21}

19

Formal: Late

15-19 5. MATURE EGO EXPRESSION (rational reflex(throat) {18-20} ive) {17.5-20} FORM-OP (formal operations) {16.5-19.5} 4. Communitymind: love

CENTAUR {1924} 5. Mature ego

Static systems/ contexts Static universal formalism Rational formalism {18-19} WORLDCENTRIC {18.5-24}

18

Formal: Early

13-14

Rational-reflexive

17

- transition -

11-12

4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing Sociocentric {16-19}: Us family, group, Rationalization of mythic structures tribe, nation (locus of mythic/ Mythic–rational {16-17} membership) CONVENTIONAL (16-19} Locus of magic power is deified Other

Conventional

16

Rule/role: Late

9-10

4b. Mythic middle EGO {16-20}

15

Rule/role: Early

7-8

LOVE (heart) {15-17}

4. ROLE SELF 4a. Mythic (persona) {14.5- (membership16.5} Self) – early

Mythic-membership

1B: Correlative Structures, Wilber – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Ken Wilber (1950- ) Age of Emergence Ken Wilber (1950- ) (after Piaget) Cognitive Stages CON-OP (Concrete operational) {13.5-16.5} 3. Intential-mind: power 3-6 REP MIND (representational mind) {10.5-13.5} 3b. ConceptSelf Ken Wilber (1950- ) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) Ken Wilber (1950- ) Fulcrums Ken Wilber (1950- ) Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific Ken Wilber (1950- ) Worldviews Concrete-literal myths: Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} Ego omnipotence transferred to gods Omnipotence of ego challenged, security Magic-mythic {12-13} Ego is locus of magic power Egocentric, word magic, narcissist2b. Magical (Imic age-body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} 1-3 PHANTASMICEMOTIONAL {7.5-10.5} 2. Emotionalsexual SEXUALITY (genitals) {9-11} 2. EMOTIONAL SELF {8-10.5} 1c. Axial body 2a. Typhonic (Pranic-body) ‘Self-object’ Hedonic Safety-power Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Span Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Impulse

14

- transition -

13

Concept Endocept

12

3. MENTAL SELF 3a. Name-Self POWER (solar (self-concept) PERSONA {12plexus) {12-14} {11.5-13.5} 17}

11

Development

Symbol - transition -

Higher

10

Image

Narcissism

9

Impulse/ emotion

Magical

8

- transition Exocept Perception Sensation

Subject-object fusions Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment Archaic-magical {7-9}

Impulsive

7 6 5

Self-only Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1b. Uroboric BODY EGO {5.5- Archaic {5-6} 12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13} Symbolic Egocentric {315}: Me (locus of bodily-self) Autistic PRE-CONVENTIONAL {3-15}

4

Matter: Molecular, polymer

1B: Correlative Structures, Wilber – page 5
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Ken Wilber (1950- ) Age of Emergence Ken Wilber (1950- ) (after Piaget) Cognitive Stages Ken Wilber (1950- ) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) Ken Wilber (1950- ) Fulcrums Ken Wilber (1950- ) Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific Ken Wilber (1950- ) Worldviews Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Span Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Impulse

3

Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void]

0-1.5

1. Material SENSORI-MOTOR SURVIVAL (floor {2.5-7.5} of pelvis) {3-8}

1. PHYSICAL SELF 1a. Pleromatic MATERIAL SELF {3-7} {2.5-6}

2 1

0. BEFORE CONCEPTION {1-2}

Table 1C: CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES -- Other Than Wilber
These Studies are the ‘correlative structures’ – benchmarks or frames of reference – developed by investigators other than Wilber to make comparisons with other Studies in the Tables. Some Correlative Structures appear on the right side of certain Tables, separated from the subject Studies by a heavy vertical line.
CONTRIBUTOR/ Great Chain of BeINVESTIGATOR ing (birth/death dates) (~1000 BC) TOPIC Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics G: Union College psych prof. Originator of Level Theory of Personality. B: Foremost expositor and developer of Graves model. Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES

Fulcrums

Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Worldviews

POSITION/ROLE

Higher Development

G: Sophisticated cultural stage model, used to ilClassical/medievlustrate corporal conception of CONTRIBUTION/ ate- and governhierarchy of uniment-world dySIGNIFICANCE verse, from matnamics. ter to God B: Refined model into Spiral Dynamics Lucretius, On the Nature of Things PERTINENT (~55 BC). LoveWORKS/ STUDIES joy, The Great (date/s) Chain of Being (1933)
WILBER SOURCE

G: Cowan, Never Ending Quest (2005) B: Spiral Dynamics (1996), w/Cowan IP 41-2, 47-53, 204 IP 16-17, 199 IP 92-100,102-8, IP 117, 197 197,205 IP 118-19, 198,207

IP 67-69, 199, 200, 211

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)

(Category source: IP 197-217 left column) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top ***

1C: Correlative Structures, Other – Page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ Great Chain of BeINVESTIGATOR ing (birth/death dates) (~1000 BC) TOPIC
38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31

Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES

Higher Development

Fulcrums [00. AFTER DEATH] {37-38}

Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Worldviews

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): Early 7. Sahasrara: Transcendental consciousness, light SPIRIT {28.5beyond} (Higher Chakras to cessation) (Release of all Chakras in the Real)

Constant consciousness Spirit & World Process [10. NON-DUAL] 10. Non-dual {34-36} Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} Causal unity, cessation Formless mysticism: Union with 9. CAUSAL (spir- 9. Witness (pure source of manifest realms it) {31-33} Self) Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) SPIRIT {29.5beyond} Subtle realm unity, luminosity 8. SUBTLE {26.5- 8. Subtle Self 30} (Soul) Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross realm Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {2830},

30 29

28

27

- transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition 9. [next awakening] (coral)

26

25

WISDOM (crown 7. PSYCHIC (soul) of head) {257. Psychic Self {23.5-26.5} beyond} 6. Psychic mind: vision (Ajna) SOUL {22.5-30}

Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, gross realm unity Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} Developmentalism as World Process

24

1C: Correlative Structures, Other – Page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ Great Chain of BeINVESTIGATOR ing (birth/death dates) (~1000 BC) TOPIC Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics 8. Holistic organism/ global (turquoise) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES

Higher Development

Fulcrums

Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Worldviews

23

Vision/ logic: Late

Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic Holistic integralism (global) {2224}:

22

Vision/logic:Middle SOUL {20.5-31} 6. INTEGRATED VISIONARY (centaur) {21THOUGHT (brow, 23.5} third eye) {2124} 5. Verbal-rational mind CENTAUR {1924} 5. Strategic enterprise/ Individualisticachiever (orange) 5. MATURE EGO EXPRESSION (rational reflex(throat) {18-20} ive) {16.5-20} 4. Communitymind: love

21

Vision/ logic: Early

7. Systematic process/ integrative (yellow) 6. Social network/ Relativistic (green)

6. Centaur (existential, integ- Multiple contexts/ histories rated Self) Pluralistic systems, dynamic Pluralistic relativism {20-21} Static systems/ contexts Static universal formalism Rational formalism {18-19} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24}

20

- transition Formal: Late

19

18

Formal: Early

5. Mature ego

17

- transition Rule/role: Late 4. Authority/ Absolutist-religious (blue)

4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing 4b. Mythic middle EGO {16-20} Rationalization of mythic structures Mythic–rational {16-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other Concrete-literal myths: Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5}

16

15

Rule/role: Early

LOVE (heart) {15-17}

4. ROLE SELF 4a. Mythic (persona) {13.5- (membership16.5} Self) – early

14

- transition -

1C: Correlative Structures, Other – Page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ Great Chain of BeINVESTIGATOR ing (birth/death dates) (~1000 BC) TOPIC
13

Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) 3. Intential-mind: power 3. Strong-man/ Power-gods (red)

WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES

Fulcrums

Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific 3b. ConceptSelf

Worldviews Ego omnipotence transferred to gods Omnipotence of ego challenged, security Magic-mythic {12-13} Ego is locus of magic power

Concept Endocept Symbol - transition Image 2. Tribe/ Magicalanimistic (purple)

12

3. MENTAL SELF 3a. Name-Self POWER (solar (self-concept) PERSONA {12plexus) {12-14} {10.5-13.5} 17}

11

Higher Development

10

2b. Magical (Im- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic age-body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} MIND {7.5-23} 2. Emotional2. EMOTIONAL sexual SELF SEXUALITY (gen{8-10.5} itals) {9-11} 2a. Typhonic (Pranic-body) ‘Self-object’ Subject-object fusions 1c. Axial body Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment Archaic-magical {7-9}

9

Impulse/ emotion - transition Exocept Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void]

8 7 6 5

1. Survival band/ BODY {3.5-11.5} Instinctive (beige)

Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1b. Uroboric BODY EGO {5.5- Archaic {5-6} 12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13}

4

3

MATTER {3.5-5}

1. Material SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8}

1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF MATERIAL SELF {3-7} {2.5-6}

2 1

0. BEFORE CONCEPTION {1-2}

Table 2A: SPECTRUM OF CONSCIOUSNESS – East and Ancient
These Studies (from various Eastern and ancient perspectives) outline the Spectrum of Consciousness – the range of aliveness and awareness of all beings – as it extends from matter, to body, to psyche, to spirit. This Spectrum is the framework for all developmental Studies in the three internal Realms – psyche, body, and spirit.
CONTRIBUTOR/ Chakras INVESTIGATOR (TRADITIONAL & (birth/death dates) Wilber versiions) TOPIC

Great Chain of Being

Vedanta (~600 BC)
STATE/BODY, Sheaths

Gautama Buddha (~563-483 BC) Vijnanas: Levels of Consciousness

Plotinus (~205-270 AD)

Kabbalah (~900 AD).
Sephiroth

Aurobindo (1872-1950) Levels of consciousness European-educated Indian nationalist, philosopher, & mystic

POSITION/ROLE

Spiritual teacher The principal from India and The father of branch of Hindu founder of Neo-Platonism. philosophy Buddhism Originator of Four Noble Truths and Noble 8-Fold Path. All material realVijnanas: A moity derives from ment of concepThe One. tual consciousness, both awareness and its object

Higher Consciousness

Hindu concept of seven hierarchical body regions, CONTRIBUTION/ through which SIGNIFICANCE body, mind, and spirit are vitalized

Classical/medieval conception of hierarchy of universe, from matter to God

Introduced evolution into K: System of JewVedantic ish esoteric thought. Synknowledge thesized Great S: Ten creative Nest with the difpotentialities of ferentiations of esoteric mystical modernity. Influsystem of Judaenced Wilber ism and Michael Murphy Sefer Yetzirah (~1700 BC). Myss, Anatomy of the Spirit (1996) IP 16, 200 The Human Cycle (~1915), Life Divine (1914-19) IP 83-85, 200

Judith: Eastern PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES Mind, Western (date/s) Body (1996)

Lucretius, On the Nature of Things (~55 BC). LoveUpanishads joy, The Great Chain of Being (1933) IP 67-69, 199, 200, 211 IP 12-13, 200 IP 16, 199

The Enneads (~253-270)

WILBER SOURCE

IP 16-17, 199

IP 16, 199

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FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber) [Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle

(Category source: IP 6-19) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top ***

38 37 36 35

Satchitananda

2A: Spectrum of Consciousness, East/Ancient – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ Chakras INVESTIGATOR (TRADITIONAL & (birth/death dates) Wilber versiions)

Great Chain of Being

Vedanta (~600 BC)
STATE/BODY, Sheaths

Gautama Buddha (~563-483 BC) Vijnanas: Levels of Consciousness

Plotinus (~205-270 AD)

Kabbalah (~900 AD).
Sephiroth

Aurobindo (1872-1950) Levels of consciousness

Higher Consciousness

TOPIC (Release of all Chakras in the Real)

34

Non-dual: Early

6. Brahman/ Atman (Turiyatita) TURIYA/TURIYA {34-beyond}

Nondual: Consciousness as Absolute one suchness

Ein sof

Supermind

33 32 31

- transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early (Higher Chakras SPIRIT {28.5to cessation) beyond} 5. Bliss mind (Anandamayakosha) DEEP SLEEP/ CAUSAL {30-33} 8. Tainted alayavijnana (archetypal) Chokhmah, Binah (Hokhmah, BiIntuitive mind nah) 7. Sahasrara: Transcendental consciousness, light Chesed, Gevura (Hesed, Gevurah) Keter ayn (Keter) Overmind

30

- transition -

Nous

29

Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): Early

28

27

- transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition Vision/ logic: Late Vision/logic:Middle

26 25

WISDOM (crown of head) {25-36} 6. Psychic mind: vision (Ajna) 4. Higher mind (Vignanamayakosha) SOUL {20.5-31} 7. Manas (higher mind)

World soul

Illumined mind

24 23 22

2A: Spectrum of Consciousness, East/Ancient – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ Chakras INVESTIGATOR (TRADITIONAL & (birth/death dates) Wilber versiions) TOPIC VISIONARY THOUGHT (brow, Vision/ logic: Early third eye) {2124} - transition Formal: Late Formal: Early - transition Rule/role: Late Rule/role: Early - transition Concept Endocept Symbol - transition Image Impulse/ emotion - transition Exocept Perception 1-5. Five senses Perception Perception 2. Emotionalsexual MIND {7.5-23} SEXUALITY (genitals) {9-11} 2. Emotionalsexual (Pranamayakosha) Images Pleasure/ pain Yesod (Yesod) Vital-emotional 3. Intential-mind: power POWER (solar plexus) {12-14} LOVE (heart) {15-17} Opinions Concepts Netzach, Hod (Nezah. Hod) Lower mind EXPRESSION (throat) {18-20} 4. Communitymind: love 3. Middle mind (Manomayakosha) Concrete mind 6. Manovignana (gross reflecting Logical faculty mind) Logical mind (reasoning) 5. Verbal-rational mind

Great Chain of Being

Vedanta (~600 BC)
STATE/BODY, Sheaths

Gautama Buddha (~563-483 BC) Vijnanas: Levels of Consciousness

Plotinus (~205-270 AD)

Kabbalah (~900 AD).
Sephiroth

Aurobindo (1872-1950) Levels of consciousness Higher mind (systems)

21

Creative reason

20 19

Tiferet (Tif’eret)

Higher Consciousness

18

17

16

15 14 13 12 11 10

9

8 7 6

2A: Spectrum of Consciousness, East/Ancient – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ Chakras INVESTIGATOR (TRADITIONAL & (birth/death dates) Wilber versiions) TOPIC
5 4

Great Chain of Being

Vedanta (~600 BC)
STATE/BODY, Sheaths

Gautama Buddha (~563-483 BC) Vijnanas: Levels of Consciousness

Plotinus (~205-270 AD)

Kabbalah (~900 AD).
Sephiroth

Aurobindo (1872-1950) Levels of consciousness Sensation

Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer Matter: Atomic 1. Material SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8}

BODY {3.5-11.5}

DREAMING/SUBT LE {5-29}

Sensation

3

MATTER {3.5-5} 1. Material (Annamayakosha) WAKING/GROSS {2.5-4}

Matter

Malkhut (ShekhiPhysical nah)

2

Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void]

1

Table 2B: SPECTRUM OF CONSCIOUSNESS – Westerners (incl. Eastern influence)
These Studies (from various Western esoteric and academic perspectives) outline the Spectrum of Consciousness – the range of aliveness and awareness of all beings – as it extends from matter, to body, to psyche, to spirit. This Spectrum is the framework for all developmental Studies in the three internal Realms – psyche, body, and spirit.
Helena Blavatsky CONTRIBUTOR/ (1831-91) INVESTIGATOR Charles Leadbeater (birth/death dates) (1854-1934) TOPIC Theosophy Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Anthroposophy John Mark Baldwin (1861-1934) Psychic Objects Huston Smith (1919- ) Levels (planes) Eminent comparative religion scholar at Harvard, Syracuse, UC Berkeley. Experimented with psychedelics with Leary & Alpert . William Tiller (~1930- ) [Levels of Consciousness] Stan Grof (1931- ) [Levels of Consciousness] Adi Da Samraj (Bubba Free John) (1939- ) Adidam [Levels of Consciousness] John Battista (~1950-) Spectrum of Consciousness

Higher Consciousness

B: American spirAustrian polyitualist, psychic, math. Founder of and medium. Anthroposophy, Founder of TheoWaldorf educasophical Society tion, biodynamic POSITION/ROLE L: English clergyfarming, man and claireurhythmy. Early voyant. Early disproponent and ciple of Blavatcritic of Theosky. Discovered sophy. Krisnamurti. B: Universal brotherhood thru truths underlying CONTRIBUTION/ all religions. SIGNIFICANCE L: Investigated human types based on auras and ‘bodies’

Prominent experimental psychologist at Princeton and Johns Hopkins. Cofounder of Psych Review.

Stanford engineering prof, assoc editor for Holistic Medicine journal

Co-founder of transpersonal psych. Prof at CIIS. Esalen resident scholar.

Controversial American Hinduist religious guru. Founder of Adidam religious movement.

American psychiatrist and prominent researcher in transpersonal psychology.

Humans as sevenfold interpen- Baldwinian evoletrated beings of ution: Behaviors body, soul, and that initially re- Great universal Scientific basis spirit. History quire learning truths underlying for spiritual enershaped by pro- can be replaced all religions gies. gressive develop- by evolved gement of human netics consciousness.

Pioneering reOriginated ‘way search in altered of the heart’ to states, using psytotal wisdom thru [limited info] chedelics for Divine Incarnahealing, growth, tion. insight..

Realms of Human Unconscious B: Isis Unveiled (1976). Beyond Transpersonal Philosophy of (1877), Secret Mental Develop- World’s Religions Science & Huthe Brain (1985). Psychiatry PERTINENT Freedom (1894), Dawn Horse Testment of Child & (1958), Forgotten man Transforma- Holotropic Mind (1996), ed. w/ WORKS/ STUDIES Doctrine (1888) Theosophy ament (1991) (date/s) Race (1895) Truth (1976) tion (1997) (1993), Cosmic Scotton and L: Man, Visible & (1904) Game (1998), Chinen Invisible (1902) Stormy Search for Self (1991)
WILBER SOURCE

IP 200

IP 43, 204

IP 78-82, 199, 217

IP 110, 199

IP 200

IP 43, 199

IP 200

IP 199

2B: Spectrum of Consciousness, Western – page 2
Helena Blavatsky CONTRIBUTOR/ (1831-91) INVESTIGATOR Charles Leadbeater (birth/death dates) (1854-1934) Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Anthroposophy John Mark Baldwin (1861-1934) Psychic Objects Huston Smith (1919- ) Levels (planes) William Tiller (~1930- ) [Levels of Consciousness] Stan Grof (1931- ) [Levels of Consciousness] Adi Da Samraj (Bubba Free John) (1939- ) Adidam [Levels of Consciousness] John Battista (~1950-) Spectrum of Consciousness

Higher Consciousness

TOPIC FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber) [Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): Early - transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition Vision/ logic: Late Vision/logic:Midd le Vision/ logic: Early

Theosophy

(Category source: IP 6-19) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top ***

#

38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21

Bhava Ultimate Monad/ logos Spirit (infinite) Spirit 7. Sahaya Absolute Nirvikalpa Supracosmic void Cessation Spirit-man Atmic (universal mind) Deity, luminosity Psychic/ subtle Spirit-life Buddhic (illumined mind) Soul (celestial) Spiritual mind (M3) Spirit-self Extra-human identifications Astral-psychic Opening Psychic 4. Higher mind Consciousness soul Death-rebirth(cf. BPM) Archetypal 5. Supramental Unition Universal mind 6. Formless

Aesthetic

Moral

Existential

2B: Spectrum of Consciousness, Western – page 3
Helena Blavatsky CONTRIBUTOR/ (1831-91) INVESTIGATOR Charles Leadbeater (birth/death dates) (1854-1934) TOPIC
20 19 18 17 16

Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Anthroposophy

John Mark Baldwin (1861-1934) Psychic Objects

Huston Smith (1919- ) Levels (planes)

William Tiller (~1930- ) [Levels of Consciousness]

Stan Grof (1931- ) [Levels of Consciousness]

Adi Da Samraj (Bubba Free John) (1939- ) Adidam [Levels of Consciousness]

John Battista (~1950-) Spectrum of Consciousness

Theosophy Causal (higher mind)

- transition Formal: Late Formal: Early - transition Rule/role: Late Rule/role: Early - transition Concept Endocept Symbol - transition Image

Gross-mind Rational soul Judged thought Content Mental Substantive Mind (intermediate) Intellectual mind (M2) Will power 3. Lower mind

Self-aware

Higher Consciousness

15 14

Cognition

13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5

Play
Sensation-soul Fancy

COEX systems Lower mind (M1) (condensed experience) Freudian Psychodynamic/

Impulse/ emo- Astral (emotion- Astral body tion al) (emotion) - transition Exocept Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition Physical Physical body Etheric (fine physical) Etheric body Memory

Astral Aesthetic

2. Emotional body

Emotion

Perception

Sense
Body (terrestrial)

Etheric

Somatic BPM: OCEANIC TO BIRTH {2-8.5}

Sensation

4

3 2

Physical

1. Physical body

2B: Spectrum of Consciousness, Western – page 4
Helena Blavatsky CONTRIBUTOR/ (1831-91) INVESTIGATOR Charles Leadbeater (birth/death dates) (1854-1934) TOPIC
1

Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Anthroposophy

John Mark Baldwin (1861-1934) Psychic Objects

Huston Smith (1919- ) Levels (planes)

William Tiller (~1930- ) [Levels of Consciousness]

Stan Grof (1931- ) [Levels of Consciousness]

Adi Da Samraj (Bubba Free John) (1939- ) Adidam [Levels of Consciousness]

John Battista (~1950-) Spectrum of Consciousness

Theosophy

[Before matter/ Void]

Table 3: STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT – Life Passages
These Studies trace human development in the external Realm of Life Passages. Life Passages are the external phases of accomplishment or achievement that occur as we progress through the biologic life cycle. Life Passages is the one Table that uses as a benchmark (vertical axis) the actual Stages of biological development – rather than the psycho-spiritual Stages of the FDS. These Studies are by academic and popular Western investigators.
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR H & K Martin (birth/death dates) TOPIC H & K Martin Jean Piaget (1896-1980) Eric Erikson (1902-94) Abraham Maslow (1908-70) Hierarchy of Needs Founder of humanistic & transpersonal psychology. Daniel Levinson (~1930- ) Gail Sheehey (~1940- ) Harry Gardiner (1943- ) Ken Wilber

Increasing Age & Maturity

Age of EmerCognitive Stage/ Transgence Development ition Character(average [+Wilber addiistics years) tions]

Psychosocial Development

Cross-cultural Fundamental Men’s Life PasLife Passages waves of devel- Developmental sages opment Sequence Journalist and best-selling author. Reigning queen of Life Passage studies Popularized stage model of adult life development

POSITION/ROL E

Renowned Swiss Famous Danish developmental psychologist psychologist

Influential Yale psych prof Groundbreaking research on life passages. Influenced Sheehy

U Wisconsin sociologist Classic study of cross-cultural human development

CONTRIBUTION/ SIGNIFICANCE

Organized child Influential stage Described how cognitive develtheory of human Needs emerge opment into development hierarchically. series of stages.

PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES (date/s)

Toward a Psychology of Being Passages (1976), Lives Across CulGrowth of Logical Childhood & So- (1968), Farther Seasons of a New Passages tures (<1997) Thinking (1958) ciety (1950) Reaches of Hu- Man’s Life (1978) (1995) w/Kosmitski man Nature (1983) IP 22-25, 201, 208, 197-217 benchmark IP 39-40, 203 IP 84-85, 212 IP 227 IP 23, 213 Bardos: IP 17, ES 204-06. Clouds: IP 14142, 264

WILBER SOURCE

#

STAGES/ TRANSITIONS (Martin) Genetic, cultural, psychological & material endowments passed to succeeding generations

(Category source: IP 227, footnote 3) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top *** [Beyond consciousness/ Divine]. Tibetan Bardos.

30

Legacy

After-death

3: Life Passages – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR H & K Martin (birth/death dates) TOPIC
29 28

H & K Martin

Jean Piaget (1896-1980)

Eric Erikson (1902-94)

Abraham Maslow (1908-70) Hierarchy of Needs

Daniel Levinson (~1930- )

Gail Sheehey (~1940- )

Harry Gardiner (1943- )

Ken Wilber

Increasing Age & Maturity

Age of EmerCognitive Stage/ Transgence Development ition Character(average [+Wilber addiistics years) tions]

Psychosocial Development

Cross-cultural Fundamental Men’s Life PasLife Passages waves of devel- Developmental sages opment Sequence - transition -

Increasing Age & Maturity

Death Senescence Debility or illness Elderhood 75-95 Communicating experience and wisdom to next generation Immortality vs extinction OLD AGE (75 yrsdeath): {26-30} 95-100+ Diminished capacities Late late adulthood (80+) Infirmities & illness Late adulthood (65-80) Celebratory 100’s Noble 90’s Diminished capacities Uninhibited 80’s Sage 70’s

Non-dual - transition Causal (formless)

27

26

25

Passing-thebaton

Passage to Age of Integrity Late-adult trans- Late mid-life ition (60-65) crisis: Mortality, meaning, menopause 55-75 Movement from success to significance Integrity vs despair LATER ADULT (6075yrs): {23-25} Flaming 50’s Middle adulthood SECOND ADULT(40-65) HOOD {22-30} Passage to Age of Mastery Mid-life transition Early mid-life (40-45) crisis: Little Death of First Adulthood 35-55 Culmination of external life achievements Generativity/ stagnation MID-ADULT (3460): {21-22} Self-transcendence Flourishing 40’s

- transition -

24

Maturity

Subtle (archetype):

23

Mid-life passage

- transition -

22

Middle Adulthood Making-thegrade

Psychic (vision)

21

POST-POST-CONAge 35 inventory VENTIONAL {21- - transition beyond}

3: Life Passages – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR H & K Martin (birth/death dates) TOPIC H & K Martin Jean Piaget (1896-1980) Eric Erikson (1902-94) Abraham Maslow (1908-70) Hierarchy of Needs Daniel Levinson (~1930- ) Gail Sheehey (~1940- ) Harry Gardiner (1943- ) Ken Wilber

Increasing Age & Maturity

Age of EmerCognitive Stage/ Transgence Development ition Character(average [+Wilber addiistics years) tions] 21-35 Striving for external life achievements

Psychosocial Development

Cross-cultural Fundamental Men’s Life PasLife Passages waves of devel- Developmental sages opment Sequence Turbulent 30’s FIRST ADULTHOOD {20-22} Tryout 20’s Integration of self & culture

20

Young adulthood

Postformal: Poly- Intimacy vs isolaEarly adulthood valent logic - sys- tion EARLY ADULT Self-actualization (17-45) tems of systems (22-35 yrs): {20} Early Polyvalent POSTFORMAL {19.5-beyond} Late FormOp; Individual identity vs role confusion LATE ADOLESCENCE (18-22 yrs): {18-19}

Vision/ logic

19

Nudged from the nest

19-21

PROVISIONAL ADULTHOOD Early adult trans{18-20} ition (17-22) Passage to first adulthood

Relativism

- transition -

18

15-19

FormOp 3 Group identity vs alienation EARLY ADOLES- Self-esteem CENCE (12-18 yrs): {16-17}

Self-critical POST- CONVENTIONAL {17.520} PROLONGED ADChildhood & adOLESCENCE {16olescence (0-22) 20}

Formal: Late

17

Adolescence

13-14

Formation of independent iden- FormOp 2 tity FormOp 1 FORM-OP (Formal operational) {16.5-19.5} ConOp3 ConOp 2 ConOp 1 Early schooling. CON-OP First enrollment (Concrete operain society outside tional) the home {13.5-16.5}

Formal: Early

16

Coming-of-age 11-12

Skill mastery

- transition -

15

9-10

Rules, regulations Industry vs inferiority Belongingness/ MID CHILD (6-12 love yrs): {13-15} CONVENTIONAL {13.5-17.5}

Rule/role: Late

14

Older childhood Entering school

6-8

Rule/role: Early

13

Symbolic flower- transition ing

3: Life Passages – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR H & K Martin (birth/death dates) TOPIC H & K Martin Jean Piaget (1896-1980) Eric Erikson (1902-94) Abraham Maslow (1908-70) Hierarchy of Needs Daniel Levinson (~1930- ) Gail Sheehey (~1940- ) Harry Gardiner (1943- ) Ken Wilber

Age of EmerCognitive Stage/ Transgence Development ition Character(average [+Wilber addiistics years) tions]

Psychosocial Development

Cross-cultural Fundamental Men’s Life PasLife Passages waves of devel- Developmental sages opment Sequence Notational systems Concept

12

Increasing Age &

11

Young childhood

3-6

Maturity

Preoperational: Intuitive- concepIntiative vs guiltFirst ventures to- tual anxiety ward independ- REP MIND Safety/ security EARLY CHILD (3-6 ence (representational yrs): {10-12} mind) {10.5-13.5}

Digital mapping

Endocept

10

Onset of Terrible 2s Preoperational: Preconceptual First efforts at PHANTASMICself-initiative and EMOTIONAL self-support {7.5-10.5} Autonomy vs shame-doubt YOUNGER (18mos-3yrs): {7-9} Beginning of safety Total sustenance and bonding outside the womb Early childhood transition (0-3) Pre-birth Trust vs mistrust Total sustenance SENSORI-MOTOR INFANCY (0-18and support with{2.5-7.5} mos): in the womb {3-6} Physiological

Analog mapping

Symbol - transition -

9

Event mapping Image PRECONVENTIONAL {9-13.5} Impulse/ emotion

8

Toddler

1.5-3

7 6 5

Crawling/ walking

- transition Exocept

Infancy Birth

0-1.5

Perception - transition -

4

3

Gestation Conception

Sensation - transition -

2

3: Life Passages – page 5
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR H & K Martin (birth/death dates) TOPIC H & K Martin Jean Piaget (1896-1980) Eric Erikson (1902-94) Abraham Maslow (1908-70) Hierarchy of Needs Daniel Levinson (~1930- ) Gail Sheehey (~1940- ) Harry Gardiner (1943- ) Ken Wilber

Age of EmerCognitive Stage/ Transgence Development ition Character(average [+Wilber addiistics years) tions] Pre-conception The genetic and cultural endowments we inherit

Psychosocial Development

Cross-cultural Fundamental Men’s Life PasLife Passages waves of devel- Developmental sages opment Sequence [Before matter/ Void]. Trailing clouds of glory.

1

Heritage

Table 4A: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Fundamental Needs
These Studies (by academic investigators and Wilber) trace the development of basic human Needs in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental maturation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. A Need is the psychological feature that arouses an organism to action toward a goal and provides the reason for the action -- giving purpose and direction to behavior.
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Ken Wilber (1950- ) Abraham Maslow (1908-70) Needs Founder of humanistic & transpersonal psychology. Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Levels of Food

Fulcrums

Worldviews

POSITION/ROL E

CONTRIBUHierarchy of rela- Needs emerge TION/ tional exchange hierarchically. SIGNIFICANCE

Higher Needs

Toward a Psychology of Being PERTINENT Integral Psycho- (1968), Farther WORKS/ STUDlogy (2000) Reaches of HuIES (date/s) man Nature (1983)
WILBER SOURCE

IP 118, 252, 198, IP 84-85, 212 212

IP 16-17, 199

IP 92-100,102-8, IP 117, 197 197,205

IP 118-19, 198,207

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37 36 35

(Category source: IP 82-3, 118, 252) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top *** [00. AFTER DEATH] {37-38}

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle

Constant consciousness Spirit & World Process

4A: Fundamental Needs – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Ken Wilber (1950- ) Abraham Maslow (1908-70) Needs Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) (Release of all Chakras in the Real) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Levels of Food

Fulcrums

Worldviews Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} Causal unity, cessation

Higher Needs

34 33 32 31

Non-dual: Early Sahaja - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): Early God union Godhead identity SPIRITUAL EXCHANGE {31-36}

[10. NON-DUAL] 10. Non-dual {34-36}

Formless mysticism: Union with 9. CAUSAL (spir- 9. Witness (pure source of manifest realms it) {31-33} Self) Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) (Higher Chakras to cessation) SPIRIT {29.5beyond} Subtle realm unity, luminosity 8. SUBTLE {26.5- 8. Subtle Self 30} (Soul) 7. Sahasrara: Transcendental consciousness, light Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, gross realm unity Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} Developmentalism as World Process Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic Holistic integralism (global) {2224}: Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross realm Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {2830},

30 29

28

27

- transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition Vision/ logic: Late Vision/logic:Midd le

God communion Psychic vision SOUL EXCHANGE Self-transcend{25-29} ence

26

25

WISDOM (crown 7. PSYCHIC (soul) of head) {257. Psychic Self {23.5-26.5} beyond} 6. Psychic mind: vision (Ajna) SOUL {22.5-30}

24 23

22

4A: Fundamental Needs – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Ken Wilber (1950- ) Abraham Maslow (1908-70) Needs Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Levels of Food

Fulcrums

Worldviews

21

Vision/ logic: Early

Autonomous exSelf-actualization change

6. INTEGRATED VISIONARY (centaur) {21THOUGHT (brow, 23.5} third eye) {2124} 5. Verbal-rational mind

6. Centaur (existential, integ- Multiple contexts/ histories rated Self) Pluralistic systems, dynamic Pluralistic relativism {20-21} CENTAUR {1924} Static systems/ contexts Static universal formalism Rational formalism {18-19} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24}

Higher Needs

20 19

- transition Formal: Late Formal: Early - transition Rule/role: Late Membership discourse MENTAL EXBelongingness, CHANGE {15-23} care Self-reflective exSelf-esteem change

18

5. MATURE EGO EXPRESSION (rational reflex(throat) {18-20} ive) {16.5-20} 4. Communitymind: love

5. Mature ego

17

4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing 4b. Mythic middle EGO {16-20} Rationalization of mythic structures Mythic–rational {16-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other Concrete-literal myths: Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5}

16

15

Rule/role: Early

LOVE (heart) {15-17}

4. ROLE SELF 4a. Mythic (persona) {13.5- (membership16.5} Self) – early

14

- transition Belongingness, care Safety/ security Safety, power Sex 3. Intential-mind: power 3. MENTAL SELF POWER (solar (self-concept) plexus) {12-14} {10.5-13.5} 3b. ConceptSelf 3a. Name-Self PERSONA {1217}

13

Concept Endocept Symbol - transition Image

Ego omnipotence transferred to gods Omnipotence of ego challenged, security Magic-mythic {12-13} Ego is locus of magic power

12

11 10

2b. Magical (Im- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic age-body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11}

4A: Fundamental Needs – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Ken Wilber (1950- ) Abraham Maslow (1908-70) Needs Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific 2a. Typhonic (Pranic-body)

Levels of Food

Fulcrums

Worldviews

9

Impulse/ emo- EMOTIONAL EXtion CHANGE {9-13} - transition Exocept Perception Sensation Labor Food Physiological Beginning of safety

2. Emotional2. EMOTIONAL sexual SELF SEXUALITY (gen{8-10.5} itals) {9-11}

‘Self-object’

8 7 6 5

Subject-object fusions 1c. Axial body Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment Archaic-magical {7-9}

Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1b. Uroboric BODY EGO {5.5- Archaic {5-6} 12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13}

4

Matter: Molecu- MATERIAL EXlar, polymer CHANGE {4-6} Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void]

3

1. Material SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8}

1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF MATERIAL SELF {3-7} {2.5-6}

2

1

0. BEFORE CONCEPTION {1-2}

Table 4B: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Sexuality
These Studies (by academic investigators and Wilber) trace the development of Sexuality in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental maturation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. Sexuality refers to the expression of sexual sensation and related intimacy between human beings -- as well as the expression of identity as influenced by or based on sex.
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Fortune Ken Wilber (1950- ) Gender identity Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Erotic relationships

Fulcrums

Worldviews

POSITION/ROLE [Can’t identify]

Consciousness

Higher Sexual

CONTRIBUTION/ SIGNIFICANCE PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES (date/s)
WILBER SOURCE

IP 212

IP 120-21, 198, 212

IP 16-17, 199

IP 92-100,102-8, IP 117, 197 197,205

IP 118-19, 198,207

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber) [Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Pure spirit Beyond gender

(Category source: IP 82-3, 118, 252) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top *** [00. AFTER DEATH] {37-38} Constant consciousness Spirit & World Process (Release of all Chakras in the Real) [10. NON-DUAL] 10. Non-dual {34-36} Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} Causal unity, cessation Formless mysticism: Union with 9. CAUSAL (spir- 9. Witness (pure source of manifest realms it) {31-33} Self) Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) (Higher Chakras to cessation) SPIRIT {29.5beyond} Subtle realm unity, luminosity

38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31

30 29

4B: Sexuality – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Fortune Ken Wilber (1950- ) Gender identity Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Erotic relationships

Fulcrums

Worldviews Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross realm Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {2830},

Higher Sexual

28

Consciousness

Subtle (archetype): Early Archetypal gender union (tantra) Concrete spirit 7. Sahasrara: Transcendental consciousness, light

8. SUBTLE {26.5- 8. Subtle Self 30} (Soul)

27

- transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition Vision/ logic: Late Vision/logic:Middle

26

25

WISDOM (crown 7. PSYCHIC (soul) of head) {257. Psychic Self {23.5-26.5} beyond} 6. Psychic mind: vision (Ajna) SOUL {22.5-30}

Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, gross realm unity Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} Developmentalism as World Process Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic Holistic integralism (global) {2224}:

24 23

22

21

Gender androVision/ logic: Early Abstract mental gyny (trans-differentiated) - transition Formal: Late Formal: Early - transition -

6. INTEGRATED VISIONARY (centaur) {21THOUGHT (brow, 23.5} third eye) {2124} 5. Verbal-rational mind

6. Centaur (existential, integ- Multiple contexts/ histories rated Self) Pluralistic systems, dynamic Pluralistic relativism {20-21} CENTAUR {1924} Static systems/ contexts Static universal formalism Rational formalism {18-19} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24}

20 19

18

5. MATURE EGO EXPRESSION (rational reflex(throat) {18-20} ive) {16.5-20} 4. Communitymind: love

5. Mature ego

17

4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing

4B: Sexuality – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Fortune Ken Wilber (1950- ) Gender identity Gender consistency (norms) Concrete mental Gender conventionality LOVE (heart) {15-17} Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific 4b. Mythic middle EGO {16-20} 4. ROLE SELF 4a. Mythic (persona) {13.5- (membership16.5} Self) – early

Erotic relationships

Fulcrums

Worldviews Rationalization of mythic structures Mythic–rational {16-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other Concrete-literal myths: Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5}

16

Rule/role: Late

15

14

Consciousness

Higher Sexual

Rule/role: Early

- transition 3. Intential-mind: power 3. MENTAL SELF POWER (solar (self-concept) plexus) {12-14} {10.5-13.5} 3b. ConceptSelf 3a. Name-Self PERSONA {1217}

13

Concept Endocept Symbol - transition Image Differentiated: Basic gender identity

Ego omnipotence transferred to gods Omnipotence of ego challenged, security Magic-mythic {12-13} Ego is locus of magic power

12

11 10

2b. Magical (Im- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic age-body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} Emotional 2. Emotional2. EMOTIONAL sexual SELF SEXUALITY (gen{8-10.5} itals) {9-11} 2a. Typhonic (Pranic-body) ‘Self-object’ Subject-object fusions 1c. Axial body Instinctual Undifferentiated Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1b. Uroboric BODY EGO {5.5- Archaic {5-6} 12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13} Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment Archaic-magical {7-9}

9

Impulse/ emotion - transition Exocept Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer

8 7 6 5

4

4B: Sexuality – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Fortune Ken Wilber (1950- ) Gender identity Morphological: Gender givens Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) 1. Material SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8} WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Erotic relationships

Fulcrums

Worldviews

3

Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void]

Physical

1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF MATERIAL SELF {3-7} {2.5-6}

2 1

0. BEFORE CONCEPTION {1-2}

Table 4C: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Affect and Emotions
These Studies (by Wilber) trace the development of Affect and Emotions in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental maturation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. An emotion is a mental disturbance that arises involuntarily – consisting of physiological arousal, behavioral expression, and conscious subjective feeling. Affect is the observable, external display of that emotion.
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC POSITION/ROLE Ken Wilber (1950- ) Affect Ken Wilber [Fulcrum transitions] Ken Wilber [Fulcrum transition pathologies] Ken Wilber Defenses (Mental disorders) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Fulcrums

Worldviews

Higher Emotions

CONTRIBUTION/ SIGNIFICANCE PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES (date/s)
WILBER SOURCE

IP 120, 198, 212 IP 93, 96-97

IP 93, 96-97

IP 92-98, 197

IP 16-17, 199

IP 92-100,102-8, IP 117, 197 197,205

IP 118-19, 198,207

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37 36 35

(Category source: IP 92-98, 120) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top *** [00. AFTER DEATH] {37-38} Constant consciousness One Taste 90 EMOTIONS {35-beyond} (Release of all Chakras in the Real) Bodhisatvic compassion Infinite freedomrelease Arhat’s disease Causal unity, cessation [10. NON-DUAL] 10. Non-dual {34-36} Spirit & World Process Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless Non -dual (siddha) {34-36}

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle

34

Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late

33 32

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CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Ken Wilber (1950- ) Affect Ken Wilber [Fulcrum transitions] Soul grows quiet, rests. Witness releases hold, dissolves. Ken Wilber [Fulcrum transition pathologies] Ken Wilber Defenses (Mental disorders) Failed differentiation Causal (Higher Chakras to cessation) Archetypal fragmentation Failed integration Subtle 7. Sahasrara: Transcendental consciousness, light Yogic illness Pranic disorder Transpersonal domain comes into focus Split-life goals WISDOM (crown 7. PSYCHIC (soul) Psychic inflation of head) {257. Psychic Self {23.5-26.5} Psychic beyond} 6. Psychic mind: vision (Ajna) World-centric altruism Bad faith Aborted self- actualization SOUL {22.5-30} Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, gross realm unity Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} Developmentalism as World Process Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic Holistic integralism (global) {2224}: 8. SUBTLE {26.5- 8. Subtle Self 30} (Soul) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Fulcrums

Worldviews

Higher Emotions

31

Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late

80 EMOTIONS {31-34} Saintly commitment Love-bliss

Formless mysticism: Union with 9. CAUSAL (spir- 9. Witness (pure source of manifest realms it) {31-33} Self) Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) SPIRIT {29.5beyond} Subtle realm unity, luminosity Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross realm Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {2830},

30 29

28

Soul emerges Ananda, ecstacy permanently into Subtle (archetype): csness. Interme[70 EMOTIONS] Early diary between {28-30} self & spirit - transition Compassion

27

26

Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition Vision/ logic: Late

All-species love, Awe, rapture [60 EMOTIONS] {25-27}

25

24 23

22

Vision/logic:Middle All-human love

4C: Affect & Emotions – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) Ken Wilber (1950- ) Affect Ken Wilber [Fulcrum transitions] Shift to universal existential principles: life/death, authenticity, selfactualization, global awareness, bodymind integration Ken Wilber [Fulcrum transition pathologies] Ken Wilber Defenses (Mental disorders) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Higher Emotions

TOPIC

Fulcrums

Worldviews

21

Compassion, Vision/ logic: Early [50 EMOTIONS] {21-24}

Inauthenticity Deadening Existential

6. INTEGRATED VISIONARY (centaur) {21THOUGHT (brow, 23.5} third eye) {2124}

6. Centaur (existential, integ- Multiple contexts/ histories rated Self)

20 19

- transition Formal: Late

Global justice, care Universal affect Identity crisis. Self-reflexive ego Role confusion. emerges, shift Shift to self-defrom conformist rived universal to individualist principles Sublimation Anticipation Suppression Ego

5. Verbal-rational mind CENTAUR {1924} 5. MATURE EGO EXPRESSION (rational reflex(throat) {18-20} ive) {16.5-20} 4. Communitymind: love Covert intentions Shift to roles and rules of society. Script pathology: Duplicitous transPrescriptive mor- False, misleading LOVE (heart) action ality. Often dis- scripts, stories, {15-17} Script played in traits of myths mythic gods Displacement Reaction formation 3. Intential-mind: power 3b. ConceptSelf

Pluralistic systems, dynamic Pluralistic relativism {20-21} Static systems/ contexts Static universal formalism Rational formalism {18-19} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24}

18

Formal: Early

4 EMOTIONS {18-20}

0

5. Mature ego

17

- transition Rule/role: Late

Belongingness Joy, depression, hate Love 30 EMOTIONS{1517}

4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing 4b. Mythic middle EGO {16-20} 4. ROLE SELF 4a. Mythic (persona) {13.5- (membership16.5} Self) – early Rationalization of mythic structures Mythic–rational {16-17}

16

15

Rule/role: Early

Locus of magic power is deified Other

14

- transition -

Wishing, liking, safety Anxiety, anger

Concrete-literal myths: Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} Ego omnipotence transferred to gods

13

Concept

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CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Ken Wilber (1950- ) Affect Ken Wilber [Fulcrum transitions] Ken Wilber [Fulcrum transition pathologies] Ken Wilber Defenses (Mental disorders) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Fulcrums

Worldviews

12

Endocept

20 EMOTIONS {12-14}

Differentiation: Fusion with emoConceptual mind tional self. Isolation emerges, differIntegration: Re- Repression entiates from pressions of Neurosis emotional body emotional self (classic neurosis)

3. MENTAL SELF POWER (solar (self-concept) plexus) {12-14} {10.5-13.5}

3a. Name-Self PERSONA {1217}

Omnipotence of ego challenged, security Magic-mythic {12-13}

11 10

Symbol - transition Image

Satisfaction Tension, fear, rage Splitting Narcissism (othIdentity switches ers as extensions from fusion with of self) material body to Boundary disProjection identity with orders (invasion, emotional-feeling disruption of body boundaries) Self/object fusion Borderline psychosis 1c. Axial body Wish fulfillment Hallucination Delusional projection Distortion Psychosis Can’t tell where Differentiates body ends, world body from envir- begins. Can’t tell onment fantasy from reality. 1. Material SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8} 1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF MATERIAL SELF {3-7} {2.5-6}

Ego is locus of magic power 2b. Magical (Im- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic age-body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} 2. Emotional2. EMOTIONAL sexual SELF SEXUALITY (gen{8-10.5} itals) {9-11}

Higher Emotions

9

Impulse/ emotion

10 PROTO-EMOTIONS {9-11}

2a. Typhonic (Pranic-body)

‘Self-object’

8

- transition Exocept Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer

Pleasure- pain Touch, temperature PHYSIO-STATES {6-8} SENSATIONS REACTIVITY

Subject-object fusions Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment Archaic-magical {7-9}

7 6

5

Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1b. Uroboric BODY EGO {5.5- Archaic {5-6} 12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13}

4

3

Matter: Atomic

4C: Affect & Emotions – page 5
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC
2 1

Ken Wilber (1950- ) Affect

Ken Wilber [Fulcrum transitions]

Ken Wilber [Fulcrum transition pathologies]

Ken Wilber Defenses (Mental disorders) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Fulcrums

Worldviews

Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void] 0. BEFORE CONCEPTION {1-2}

Table 4D: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Self and Ego
These Studies (mainly by academic investigators) trace the development of Self and Ego in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental maturation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. The Ego is the conscious portion of the mind -- relating to control, planning, coping with reality, and social role. The Self is the core identity of the individual, from which the ego is derived.
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Max Scheler (1874-1928) Structural Hardware Harry Stack Sullivan (1892-1949 Self-integration Eric Erikson (1902-94) Psychosocial Development Clare Graves (1914-86) Ego Types Jane Loevinger (1918-) Ego Stages John Broughton (~1940- ) Self-epistemology Developmental psychologist. Authority on John Mark Baldwin Robert Kegan (~1940-) Stages of Development Renowned Harvard development psychologist Ken Wilber Susan Cook-Greuter Correlative Struc(~1950-) ture Perspective/ SelfSense Harvard psychologist. Followed Loevinger & Kegan Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

German philoPOSITION/ROLE sopher

Union College American psychipsych prof. Ori- Harvard developatrist and devel- Influential Danish ginator of Level mental psycholoopmental theor- psychologist Theory of Person- gist ist ality. Humans develop coping systems to deal with existential problems. Manifested at individual, societal, and species levels.

Increasing maturity

Psychiatry where cultural forces are largely responsible for Heart/love as esInfluential stage CONTRIBUTION/ mental illnesses. sence of human theory of human Personality traits SIGNIFICANCE existence development reinforced by positive affirmation and security operations.

Internalization of social roles & maturing conscience. Measurable stages of development.

Influential stages Later stages of model of psychohuman developlogical development ment.

Interpersonal Lee, Graves – PERTINENT On the Eternal in Childhood & SoEgo DevelopTheory of PsychiLevels of Human WORKS/ STUDIES Man (1920) ciety (1950) ment (1976) (date/s) atry (1953) Existence (2002) IP 40-41, 47-53, 205

Critical Theories of Psychological Development (1987), Philosophy & Existence (1938) IP 43, 203

Evolving Self (1982), In Over Our Heads (~1992) IP 42-43, 205

Transcendence & Mature Thought in Adulthood (1994) w/Miller. IP 26, 42, 205 IP 117, 197

WILBER SOURCE

IP 204

IP 39, 203

IP 39-40, 203

IP 35, 42, 203

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37 36

(Category source: IP 39-44, 91-98, 102-08) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top ***

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late

4D: Self & Ego – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Max Scheler (1874-1928) Structural Hardware Harry Stack Sullivan (1892-1949 Self-integration Eric Erikson (1902-94) Psychosocial Development Clare Graves (1914-86) Ego Types Jane Loevinger (1918-) Ego Stages John Broughton (~1940- ) Self-epistemology Robert Kegan (~1940-) Stages of Development Ken Wilber Susan Cook-Greuter Correlative Struc(~1950-) ture Perspective/ SelfSense Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific 10. Non-dual

Increasing maturity

35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26

Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): Early - transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early Immortality vs extinction OLD AGE (75 yrsdeath): {25-beyond} Cosmic: Egotranscendence 7. Psychic Self [8.] Cosmic {25beyond} Universal: Egotranscendence SOUL {22.5-30} [7.] Global {24} Integrity vs despair LATER ADULT (6075yrs): {23-24} Generativity/ stagnation MID-ADULT (3460): {22} Intimacy vs isola7. Systemic (intion EARLY ADULT tegrated) (22-35 yrs): {21} 6. Mind & body experiences of integrated self 6. Construct-witnessing: Selftransparent Sixth person {23} 5. Ego-witnessing: Self as con5. Post-formal-instruct terindividual Fifth person {22} 6. Centaur (ex4b. Autonomous: istential, integSelf as system rated Self) 8. Subtle Self (Soul) 9. Witness (pure Self) SPIRIT {29.5-beyond}

Increasing Age & Maturity

25

24

- transition -

23

Vision/ logic: Late

22

Vision/logic:Middle

7. Relativity- integration

Integrated

21

Vision/ logic: Early

6. Self-consistency

Autonomous

4D: Self & Ego – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) Max Scheler (1874-1928) Structural Hardware Harry Stack Sullivan (1892-1949 Self-integration Eric Erikson (1902-94) Psychosocial Development Clare Graves (1914-86) Ego Types Jane Loevinger (1918-) Ego Stages John Broughton (~1940- ) Self-epistemology Robert Kegan (~1940-) Stages of Development Ken Wilber Susan Cook-Greuter Correlative Struc(~1950-) ture Perspective/ SelfSense 4a. Individualistic: Relativity of self Fourth person {20-21} POST- CONVENTIONAL {20-beyond} Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Increasing maturity

TOPIC

20

- transition -

Creative-spiritual 5. Continuity intelligence

Individualistic

5. Inner observer differentiated from ego

19

Formal: Late

Individual identity vs role confusion 6. Relativistic/ inConscientious dividualistic LATE ADOLESCENCE (18-22 yrs): {19-20} Group identity vs alienation 4. Early individuEARLY ADOLES- 5. Multiplistic ation CENCE (12-18 yrs): {18-19} Conscientiousconformist

Cynical, mechan- 4. Formal-institu- 3c. ConscienCENTAUR {19istic tional tious: Many roles 24}

18

Formal: Early

4. Dualist or positivist

3b. Goal-oriented: Historical 5. Mature ego self 3a. Self-conscious: Introspection 4c. Mythic - late Third person {17-19} 2b. Conformist: Simple roles 4b. Mythic middle EGO {16-20}

17

- transition -

3. Persona vs in3. Interpersonal ner self

16

Rule/role: Late

Rules-conformist Industry vs inferiority MID CHILD (6-12 4. Socio-centric yrs): {15-17} Rules-‘cons’

Conformist

Mind & body differentiated

15

Rule/role: Early

Practical intelligence

2. Naïve subjectivism

2a. Rule-oriented: Early roles 4a. Mythic Second person (membership{15-16} Self) – early CONVENTIONAL {15-19} 2. Imperial

14

- transition -

Self-protective

1. Big person mind, little person body

4D: Self & Ego – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC
13

Max Scheler (1874-1928) Structural Hardware

Harry Stack Sullivan (1892-1949 Self-integration 3. Power

Eric Erikson (1902-94) Psychosocial Development

Clare Graves (1914-86) Ego Types

Jane Loevinger (1918-) Ego Stages

John Broughton (~1940- ) Self-epistemology 0. Self inside, reality outside

Robert Kegan (~1940-) Stages of Development

Ken Wilber Susan Cook-Greuter Correlative Struc(~1950-) ture Perspective/ SelfSense Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Concept

1b. Self-protect3b. Conceptive: Basic dichoSelf tomies, concepts 3a. Name-Self PERSONA {1217} 1a. Impulsive: Rudimentary selflabelling First person {11-14} 2b. Magical (Image-body)

12

Endocept

Associative memory

Intiative vs guiltanxiety 3. Egocentric EARLY CHILD (3-6 yrs): {12-14} 2. Manipulativedemanding

11

Symbol - transition -

Impulsive

1. Impulsive

10

Increasing maturity

Image Autonomy vs shame-doubt YOUNGER (18mos-3yrs): {911} Instinctual effects 1. Differentiation of self & nonself

9

Impulse/ emotion

2. Magical-animSymbiotic istic

Symbiotic: Confused, confounded

2a. Typhonic (Pranic-body)

8 7

- transition Exocept

1c. Axial body Presocial: Autistic, undifferentiated No person {510} PRECONVENTIONAL {5-14] 1b. Uroboric BODY EGO {5.512}

6

Perception

1. Autistic

Autistic

0. Incorporative

5

Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer

Organismic survival

Trust vs mistrust INFANCY (0-18mos): {5-8}

Presocial

4

4D: Self & Ego – page 5
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC
3

Max Scheler (1874-1928) Structural Hardware

Harry Stack Sullivan (1892-1949 Self-integration

Eric Erikson (1902-94) Psychosocial Development

Clare Graves (1914-86) Ego Types

Jane Loevinger (1918-) Ego Stages

John Broughton (~1940- ) Self-epistemology

Robert Kegan (~1940-) Stages of Development

Ken Wilber Susan Cook-Greuter Correlative Struc(~1950-) ture Perspective/ SelfSense Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific 1a. Pleromatic MATERIAL SELF {2.5-6}

Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void]

2 1

Table 4E: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Leadership
These Studies (mainly by organizational consultants) trace the development of Leadership in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental maturation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. Leadership is ability to influence, motivate, and enable others to contribute toward the effectiveness and success of the organizations with which they are affiliated.
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics William Torbert (~1940- ) Levels of action inquiry Jenny Wade (~1960- ) Evolution of Consciousness Prof/director Inst Trans Psych, management consultant. Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Fulcrums

Worldviews

Boston College Management management POSITION/ROLE consultant, integprof, organizaral educator tional consultant

Higher Leadership

Skillls

Sophisticated cultural stage model derived from Clare Applies developCONTRIBUTION/ Graves, used to mental theory to SIGNIFICANCE illustrate govern- business world ment- & corporate-world dynamics

Integrative theory of consciousness development

PERTINENT Spiral Dynamics Power of Balance Changes of Mind WORKS/ STUDIES (1996) w/Cowan (1991) (1996) (date/s)
WILBER SOURCE

IP41-2, 47-53, 204

IP 206

IP 43, 203

IP 16-17, 199

IP 92-100,102-8, IP 117, 197 197,205

IP 118-19, 198,207

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37 36 35

(Category source: IP 47-53) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top *** [00. AFTER DEATH] {37-38} Constant consciousness Spirit & World Process

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle

4E: Leadership – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics William Torbert (~1940- ) Levels of action inquiry Jenny Wade (~1960- ) Evolution of Consciousness Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) (Release of all Chakras in the Real) 8. Unitary Causal unity, cessation Formless mysticism: Union with 9. CAUSAL (spir- 9. Witness (pure source of manifest realms it) {31-33} Self) Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) (Higher Chakras to cessation) 7. Transcendent 8. SUBTLE {26.5- 8. Subtle Self 30} (Soul) 7. Sahasrara: Transcendental consciousness, light [transcendent awakening] 9. CORAL {24beyond} TRANSCENDENTAL {24-beyond} Holistic organism/ global 8. TURQUOISE {22-24} 7. Ironist 6. Authentic Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, gross realm unity Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} Developmentalism as World Process Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic Holistic integralism (global) {2224}: SPIRIT {29.5beyond} Subtle realm unity, luminosity Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross realm Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {2830}, WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Higher Leadership Skillls

TOPIC

Fulcrums

Worldviews Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless Non -dual (siddha) {34-36}

34 33 32 31

Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): Early

[10. NON-DUAL] 10. Non-dual {34-36}

30 29

28

27

- transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition -

26

25

WISDOM (crown 7. PSYCHIC (soul) of head) {257. Psychic Self {23.5-26.5} beyond} 6. Psychic mind: vision (Ajna) SOUL {22.5-30}

24

23

Vision/ logic: Late

22

Vision/logic:Middle

4E: Leadership – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics William Torbert (~1940- ) Levels of action inquiry Jenny Wade (~1960- ) Evolution of Consciousness Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Fulcrums

Worldviews

Higher Leadership Skillls

21

Systematic process/ integrative 6. Existential Vision/ logic: Early 7. YELLOW {2122} Social network/ Relativistic 6. GREEN {2021} 5. Achiever Strategic enterprise/ Individual4. Technician istic-achiever 5. ORANGE {17-19} 3. Diplomat 4. Conformist Authority/ Absolutist-religious 2. Opportunist 4. BLUE {14-16} 5. Achievement/ affiliative

6. INTEGRATED VISIONARY (centaur) {21THOUGHT (brow, 23.5} third eye) {2124} 5. Verbal-rational mind

6. Centaur (existential, integ- Multiple contexts/ histories rated Self)

20

- transition -

Pluralistic systems, dynamic Pluralistic relativism {20-21} CENTAUR {1924} Static systems/ contexts Static universal formalism Rational formalism {18-19} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24}

19

Formal: Late

18

Formal: Early

5. MATURE EGO EXPRESSION (rational reflex(throat) {18-20} ive) {16.5-20} 4. Communitymind: love

5. Mature ego

17

- transition Rule/role: Late

4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing 4b. Mythic middle EGO {16-20} Rationalization of mythic structures Mythic–rational {16-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other Concrete-literal myths: Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5}

16

15

Rule/role: Early

LOVE (heart) {15-17}

4. ROLE SELF 4a. Mythic (persona) {13.5- (membership16.5} Self) – early

14

- transition 3. Intential-mind: power 3. MENTAL SELF POWER (solar (self-concept) plexus) {12-14} {10.5-13.5} 1. Impulsive 3b. ConceptSelf 3a. Name-Self PERSONA {1217}

13

Concept Endocept Symbol - transition Strong-man/ Power-gods 3. RED {11-14}

3. Egocentric

Ego omnipotence transferred to gods Omnipotence of ego challenged, security Magic-mythic {12-13} Ego is locus of magic power

12

11

4E: Leadership – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC
10

Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics

William Torbert (~1940- ) Levels of action inquiry

Jenny Wade (~1960- ) Evolution of Consciousness Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Fulcrums

Worldviews

Image Tribe/ Magical-animistic 2. PURPLE {810} 2. Emotional2. EMOTIONAL sexual SELF SEXUALITY (gen{8-10.5} itals) {9-11}

2b. Magical (Im- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic age-body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} 2. Naïve 2a. Typhonic (Pranic-body) ‘Self-object’ Subject-object fusions 1c. Axial body Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment Archaic-magical {7-9}

9

Impulse/ emotion - transition Exocept Perception Sensation

8

Higher Leadership

7 6 5

Skillls

Survival band/ Instinctive 1. BEIGE {5-7}

1. Reactive PRE-, PERI-, NEO-NATAL (possible transcendent) {3-11} 1. Material SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8}

Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1b. Uroboric BODY EGO {5.5- Archaic {5-6} 12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13}

4

Matter: Molecular, polymer

3

Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void]

1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF MATERIAL SELF {3-7} {2.5-6}

2 1

0. BEFORE CONCEPTION {1-2}

Table 4F1: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Cognition, Classic Investigators
These Studies (mainly by classic academic investigators from the early 1900’s) trace the development of Cognition in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental maturation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. Cognition is the faculty for processing information and applying knowledge. It is closely related to thinking, reasoning, learning, and intelligence.
CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin INVESTIGATOR (1861-1934) (birth/death dates) TOPIC Logical mode Aurobindo (1872-1950) Karl Jaspers (1883-1969) Existentialphenomenological reduction (meditative thinking) Jean Piaget (1896-1980) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES

Levels of mind

Cognitive stages

Fulcrums

Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Worldviews

Prominent experimental psychologist at PrinPOSITION/ROLE ceton and Johns Hopkins. Cofounder of Psych Review. Hi ghe r T hink ing Baldwinian evolution: Behaviors that initially reCONTRIBUTION/ quire learning SIGNIFICANCE can be replaced by evolved genetics

European-eduGerman psychi- Renowned Swiss cated Indian naatrist/ philosoph- developmental tionalist, philoer psychologist sopher, & mystic Introduced evolution into Vedantic thought. SynDiagnose psychi- Organized child thesized Great atric symptoms cognitive develNest with the difby their form, not opment into ferentiations of content series of stages. modernity. Influenced Wilber and Michael Murphy

Mental Develop- The Human Cycle PERTINENT Philosophy & Ex- Growth of Logical WORKS/ STUDIES ment of Child & (~1915), Life Diistence (1938) Thinking (1958) (date/s) Race (1895) vine (1914-19)
WILBER SOURCE

IP 78-82, 199, 217

83-4, 200, 202

IP204

IP 22-25, 201, 208, 197-217 benchmark

IP 16-17, 199

IP 92-100,102-8, IP 117, 197 197,205

IP 118-19, 198,207

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37

(Category source: IP 19-27) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top *** [00. AFTER DEATH] {37-38}

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition -

4F1: Cognition, Classic – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin INVESTIGATOR (1861-1934) (birth/death dates) TOPIC
36 35 34 33 32 31

Aurobindo (1872-1950)

Karl Jaspers (1883-1969) Existentialphenomenological reduction (meditative thinking)

Jean Piaget (1896-1980) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES

Logical mode

Levels of mind Satchitenanda

Cognitive stages

Fulcrums

Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Worldviews Constant consciousness Spirit & World Process

Hi ghe r T hinnk ing

Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): Early

Supermind

(Release of all Chakras in the Real)

[10. NON-DUAL] 10. Non-dual {34-36}

Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} Causal unity, cessation

Overmind (Higher Chakras to cessation)

Formless mysticism: Union with 9. CAUSAL (spir- 9. Witness (pure source of manifest realms it) {31-33} Self) Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) SPIRIT {29.5beyond} Subtle realm unity, luminosity Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross realm Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {2830},

30 29

28

Intuitive mind 7. Sahasrara: Transcendental consciousness, light

8. SUBTLE {26.5- 8. Subtle Self 30} (Soul)

27

- transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition Vision/ logic: Late Vision/logic:Middle 4. True meditative Hyper-logical Illumined mind

26

25

WISDOM (crown 7. PSYCHIC (soul) of head) {257. Psychic Self {23.5-26.5} beyond} 6. Psychic mind: vision (Ajna) SOUL {22.5-30}

Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, gross realm unity Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} Developmentalism as World Process Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic Holistic integralism (global) {2224}:

24 23

22

4F1: Cognition, Classic – page 3
H ig he r Thi nnki ng r Thi nnki ng H ig he CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin INVESTIGATOR (1861-1934) (birth/death dates) TOPIC Logical mode Aurobindo (1872-1950) Karl Jaspers (1883-1969) Existentialphenomenological reduction (meditative thinking) Jean Piaget (1896-1980) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES

Levels of mind

Cognitive stages

Fulcrums

Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Worldviews

H ig he r Thi nnki ng

21

Vision/ logic: Early Extra-logical

Higher mind (systems)

3. Temporal

PoLog [2]

6. INTEGRATED VISIONARY (centaur) {21THOUGHT (brow, 23.5} third eye) {2124}

6. Centaur (existential, integ- Multiple contexts/ histories rated Self)

20

- transition -

2. Duality self

Early PoLog [1] POSTFORMAL: Polyvalent logic 5. Verbal-rational [PoLog]: systems mind of systems {20beyond} Late FormOp [4] FormOp 3 FormOp 2 5. MATURE EGO EXPRESSION (rational reflex(throat) {18-20} ive) {16.5-20} CENTAUR {1924} 5. Mature ego

Pluralistic systems, dynamic Pluralistic relativism {20-21}

19

Formal: Late Formal: Early Logical Logical mind (reasoning)

1. Empirical

Static systems/ contexts Static universal formalism Rational formalism {18-19} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24}

18

17

- transition -

FormOp 1 FORMAL OPERA- 4. CommunityTIONAL (FormOp) mind: love {17-19} ConOp 2 ConOp 1 CONCRETE OPER- LOVE (heart) ATIONAL (ConOp) {15-17} {15-16}

4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing 4b. Mythic middle EGO {16-20} 4. ROLE SELF 4a. Mythic (persona) {13.5- (membership16.5} Self) – early

16

Rule/role: Late

Rationalization of mythic structures Mythic–rational {16-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other Concrete-literal myths: Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5}

15

Rule/role: Early

Concrete mind

14

- transition 3. Intential-mind: power 3b. ConceptSelf

13

Concept

Quasi-logical

Lower mind

Ego omnipotence transferred to gods

4F1: Cognition, Classic – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin INVESTIGATOR (1861-1934) (birth/death dates) TOPIC Logical mode Aurobindo (1872-1950) Karl Jaspers (1883-1969) Existentialphenomenological reduction (meditative thinking) Jean Piaget (1896-1980) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES

Levels of mind

Cognitive stages

Fulcrums

Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Worldviews Omnipotence of ego challenged, security Magic-mythic {12-13} Ego is locus of magic power

12

Endocept Symbol - transition -

3. MENTAL SELF 3a. Name-Self [PreOp 2]: Intuit- POWER (solar (self-concept) PERSONA {12ive-conceptual plexus) {12-14} {10.5-13.5} 17}

11

10

Image

[PreOp 1]: Preconceptual PREOPERATIONAL [PreOp] {1014} Vital-emotional 2. Emotional2. EMOTIONAL sexual SELF SEXUALITY (gen{8-10.5} itals) {9-11}

2b. Magical (Im- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic age-body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11}

9

Impulse/ emotion - transition Exocept Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void] Pre-logical

2a. Typhonic (Pranic-body)

‘Self-object’ Subject-object fusions

8 7 6 5

H ig he r Thi nki ng

1c. Axial body Sensorimotor

Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment Archaic-magical {7-9}

Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1b. Uroboric BODY EGO {5.5- Archaic {5-6} 12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13}

4

3

Physical

1. Material SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8}

1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF MATERIAL SELF {3-7} {2.5-6}

2 1

0. BEFORE CONCEPTION {1-2}

Table 4F2: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Cognition, Modern Investigators
These Studies (mainly by modern academic investigators since the mid-1900’s) trace the development of Cognition in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental maturation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. Cognition is faculty for processing information and applying knowledge. It is closely related to thinking, reasoning, learning, and intelligence.
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Kurt Fischer (~1940-) Cognitive stages Juan Pascual-Leone (~1940-) Cognitive stages Marishi Mahesh Michael Commons, Yogi (1917- ) Francis Richards Charles Alexander (~1950-) (~1950-) Cognitive stages Levels of Mind Gisela LabouvieVief (~1960- ) Cognitive stages Ken Wilber Correlative Structure Cognitive stages

Influential devel- Influential develDevelopmental opmental psyPOSITION/ROLE opmental psypsychologists chologist chologist

Wayne State prof M: Brought TM to & adult developWest. Beatles. ment psycholoA: TM interpreter. gist

CONTRIBUTION/ SIGNIFICANCE H ig he r Thi nki ng

Transcendental Meditation (TM): Added hermenPopular, widelyeutic, phenomensyndicated Vedic Harmonized reological, dialectic meditative techsearch from sevorientation to denique eral investigators velopmental A: Applied develstudies opmental psychology to the practice of TM, w/Armon. Adult Development (1990), Beyond Formal Operations (1984) M: Science of Being & Art of Living (1963). A: Higher Stages of Human Development (1990) w/Langer. IP 27, 29, 201, 211 (see Table 6A, Eastern Mystics)

Studies on how processing of emotions changes as we age

PERTINENT Human DevelopWORKS/ STUDIES ment (1984) (date/s)

Psyche & Gender – Mind & Gender in the Life Course (1994)

WILBER SOURCE

IP 29, 201

IP 202, 204

IP 90, 201

IP 202

IP 18-27, 197217 correl.

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37

(Category source: IP 19-27) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top ***

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition -

4F2: Cognition, Modern – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC
36

Kurt Fischer (~1940-) Cognitive stages

Juan Pascual-Leone (~1940-) Cognitive stages

Marishi Mahesh Michael Commons, Yogi (1917- ) Francis Richards Charles Alexander (~1950-) (~1950-) Cognitive stages Levels of Mind

Gisela LabouvieVief (~1960- ) Cognitive stages

Ken Wilber Correlative Structure Cognitive stages

Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): Early - transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition Vision/ logic: Late Vision/logic:Middle 10. Systems of Vision/ logic: Early systems (24-26 yrs) - transition Formal: Late Formal: Early 9. Systems (1921 yrs) Transcendental (realized self) Dialectical (dialectical self) Pre-dialectical (duality self) Late formal (existential self) 8. Abstract mapFormal ping (11-15 yrs) 4b. Formal 6b. Crossparadigmatic 6a. Paradigmatic 5b. Meta-systematic 5a. Systematic 4. Abstract mind POSTFORMAL {19.5-beyond} 5. Transcendental intuition 7. Pure Self 6. Root mind 8. Brahman-Atman

Hi ghe r T hink ing

35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22

21

20 19 18

4F2: Cognition, Modern – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Hi ghe r T hink ing
17

Kurt Fischer (~1940-) Cognitive stages 7. Abstract set (10-12 yrs)

Juan Pascual-Leone (~1940-) Cognitive stages Early formal

Marishi Mahesh Michael Commons, Yogi (1917- ) Francis Richards Charles Alexander (~1950-) (~1950-) Cognitive stages 4a. Abstract 3b. Concrete operations 3a. Primary actions Levels of Mind

Gisela LabouvieVief (~1960- ) Cognitive stages

Ken Wilber Correlative Structure Cognitive stages FORM-OP (formal operations) {16.5-19.5}

- transition -

16 15

Rule/role: Late Rule/role: Early

Late concrete 6. Rep system (6[Concrete] 7.5 yrs)

14

- transition 5. Rep mapping (4-5 yrs) 2b. Preoperational actions 4. Single representational [rep] Preoperational set (20-24 mos) 2a. Nominal actions 3. Representaional mind

CON-OP (Concrete operational) {13.5-16.5}

13 12

Concept Endocept Symbol - transition Image Impulse/ emotion - transition Exocept Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer

11

REP MIND (representational mind) {10.5-13.5} 2. Prana: emotion-desire

10 9

3. SM system (11-13 mos) 1b. Sentential actions 2. SM mapping (7-8 mos) Sensorimotor 1. Sensorimotor [SM] set (3-4 mos)

8

PHANTASMICEMOTIONAL {7.5-10.5}

7 6

1a. Sensorimotor 1. Sensorimotor actions

5

4

4F2: Cognition, Modern – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC
3 2 1

Kurt Fischer (~1940-) Cognitive stages

Juan Pascual-Leone (~1940-) Cognitive stages

Marishi Mahesh Michael Commons, Yogi (1917- ) Francis Richards Charles Alexander (~1950-) (~1950-) Cognitive stages Levels of Mind

Gisela LabouvieVief (~1960- ) Cognitive stages

Ken Wilber Correlative Structure Cognitive stages SENSORI-MOTOR {2.5-7.5}

Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void]

Table 4G: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Art, Aesthetics, & Creativity
These Studies (by academic investigators and psychologists) trace the development of Art, Aesthetics, and Creativity in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental maturation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. Art is the skill of expressing the beautiful through tangible media – such as writing, painting, and music. Aesthetics is the philosophical study of the nature of beauty, and of its expression in art. Creativity is the mental process of generating new entities, either of an artistic or conceptual nature – particularly if they contain an important element of beauty.
CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin INVESTIGATOR (1861-1934) (birth/death dates) Erich Neumann (1905-60) Mythological Stages Psychological Stages Ken Wilber (1950- ) Art Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Higher Creative

Consciousness

TOPIC

Aesthetic Stages

Fulcrums

Worldviews

Prominent experimental psychologist at PrinGifted Jungian psychologist and POSITION/ROLE ceton and Johns cultural theorist Hopkins. Cofounder of Psych Review. Baldwinian evolution: Behaviors that initially reCONTRIBUTION/ quire learning SIGNIFICANCE can be replaced by evolved genetics Mythology throughout history reveals development of human consciousness at both individual and cultural levels.

Thought & Things (1906), PERTINENT Origins & History of Consciousness WORKS/ STUDIES Mental Develop(1954) (date/s) ment of Child & Race (1895)
WILBER SOURCE

IP 78-82, 199, 217

IP 39, 204

IP 121-23, 254, 213; ES 106

IP 16-17, 199

IP 92-100,102-8, IP 117, 197 197,205

IP 118-19, 198,207

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37 36

(Category source: IP 121-23) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top *** [00. AFTER DEATH] {37-38} Constant consciousness

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late

4G: Art, Aesthetics, Creativity – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin INVESTIGATOR (1861-1934) (birth/death dates) TOPIC Aesthetic Stages Erich Neumann (1905-60) Mythological Stages Psychological Stages Ken Wilber (1950- ) Art Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) (Release of all Chakras in the Real) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Fulcrums

Worldviews Spirit & World Process

Higher Creative

Consciousness

35 34 33 32 31

Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): Early Thangka, bhakti expressivist ARCHETYPAL {28-33} 7. Sahasrara: Transcendental consciousness, light Psychic perceptual Fantastic realist WISDOM (crown 7. PSYCHIC (soul) 7. Psychic Self SYMBOLIST {25- of head) {25{23.5-26.5} beyond} 27} 6. Psychic mind: vision (Ajna) SOUL {22.5-30} 8. SUBTLE {26.5- 8. Subtle Self 30} (Soul) (Higher Chakras to cessation) Zen landscape NON-DUAL {3436} [10. NON-DUAL] 10. Non-dual {34-36}

Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} Causal unity, cessation

Formless mysticism: Union with 9. CAUSAL (spir- 9. Witness (pure source of manifest realms it) {31-33} Self) Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) SPIRIT {29.5beyond} Subtle realm unity, luminosity Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross realm Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {2830},

30 29

28

27

- transition -

26

Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition Vision/ logic: Late Vision/logic:Middle

25

Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, gross realm unity Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} Developmentalism as World Process Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic Holistic integralism (global) {2224}:

24 23

22

Cubist, abstract APERSPECTIVAL {22-24}

4G: Art, Aesthetics, Creativity – page 3 Higher Creative Consciousness
CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin INVESTIGATOR (1861-1934) (birth/death dates) TOPIC Aesthetic Stages Erich Neumann (1905-60) Mythological Stages Psychological Stages Ken Wilber (1950- ) Art Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Fulcrums

Worldviews

21

Vision/ logic: Early

Transformation

Ego/self integration

6. INTEGRATED VISIONARY (centaur) {21THOUGHT (brow, 23.5} third eye) {2124} Impressionistic 5. Verbal-rational mind

6. Centaur (existential, integ- Multiple contexts/ histories rated Self) Pluralistic systems, dynamic Pluralistic relativism {20-21} CENTAUR {1924} 5. Mature ego Static systems/ contexts Static universal formalism Rational formalism {18-19} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24}

20 19

- transition Formal: Late Captive & treasMature ego ure Reflective Differentiation of animus

Conceptual, formal PERSPECTIVAL 5. MATURE EGO {18-21} Natural- EXPRESSION (rational reflexistic, empirical- (throat) {18-20} ive) {16.5-20} representational

18

Formal: Early

17

- transition Rule/role: Late

Slaying of Father

4. Communitymind: love

4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing 4b. Mythic middle EGO {16-20} Rationalization of mythic structures Mythic–rational {16-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other Concrete-literal myths: Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5}

16

15

Rule/role: Early

Spontaneous

Differention of Slaying of Mother anima

Concrete religious art, icons LOVE (heart) MYTHOLOGICAL- {15-17} LITERAL {15-17}

4. ROLE SELF 4a. Mythic (persona) {13.5- (membership16.5} Self) – early

14

- transition -

Birth of Hero

Emergence of ego Overcoming instincts 3. Intential-mind: power 3. MENTAL SELF POWER (solar (self-concept) plexus) {12-14} {10.5-13.5} 3b. ConceptSelf 3a. Name-Self PERSONA {1217}

13

Concept Endocept

Play

Dragon fight

Ego omnipotence transferred to gods Omnipotence of ego challenged, security Magic-mythic {12-13}

12

4G: Art, Aesthetics, Creativity – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin INVESTIGATOR (1861-1934) (birth/death dates) TOPIC Aesthetic Stages Erich Neumann (1905-60) Mythological Stages Psychological Stages Ken Wilber (1950- ) Art Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Higher Creative Consciousness

Fulcrums

Worldviews

11

Symbol - transition -

Cave art, dream Oedipus/ Electra: imagery, surrealSeparation of the ist Csness - uncWorld Parents sness MAGICAL IMAGERY {11-14} Body-self narcissism Feeling-expression EMOTIONAL-EXPRESSIVIST {910} 2. Emotional2. EMOTIONAL sexual SELF SEXUALITY (gen{8-10.5} itals) {9-11}

Ego is locus of magic power

10

Image

2b. Magical (Im- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic age-body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} 2a. Typhonic (Pranic-body)

9

Impulse/ emotion

None

Maternal incest

‘Self-object’

8 7 6

- transition Exocept Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void]

Great Mother

Magic Wish-fulfillment Uroboric Mother 1c. Axial body

Subject-object fusions Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment Archaic-magical {7-9}

5

Uroboros

Alimentary uroboros Uroboric fusion

Initial aesthetic impact SENSORIMOTOR {5-8}

Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1b. Uroboric BODY EGO {5.5- Archaic {5-6} 12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13}

4

3

Pleroma

Pleromatic

1. Material SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8}

1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF MATERIAL SELF {3-7} {2.5-6}

2 1

0. BEFORE CONCEPTION {1-2}

Table 4H1: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Ethical/Moral Principles
These Studies (mainly by academic investigators) trace the development of Principles approach to Ethics and Morals in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental maturation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. Ethics is the discipline of determining what is good or bad, right or wrong. Morals are the social standards derived from ethical inquiry. The Principles approach evaluates ethical systems based on how their principles are derived.
John Mark Baldwin (1861-1934) Jean Piaget (1896-1980) (w/Buel) Moral Stages John Rawls (1921-2002) Lawrence Kohlberg (1927-87) Idea of the Good Life Jurgen Habermas (1929- ) Domain of Validity (inclusiveness) Howard Kirchenbaum (~1940- ) Leland Howe Ethics Moral Character Patricia King Karen Kitchener (~1950- ) Critical Thinking

TOPIC

Ethical Levels

Moral Positions

Moral Judgment

Prominent experimental psychologist at PrinRenowned Swiss Harvard political Influential HarNeo-Marxist German philosopher POSITION/ROLE ceton and Johns developmental philosopher vard psychologist Hopkins. Copsychologist founder of Psych Review.

Educational psy- Educational psychologist chologist

Higher Principles

Baldwinian evolution: Behaviors that initially reCONTRIBUTION/ quire learning SIGNIFICANCE can be replaced by evolved genetics

Justice as fairOrganized child Applies values ness: How & Applied Piaget to cognitive develComprehensive developmental model that omits the analysis to when citizens ob- moral developopment into higher spiritual levels schoolroom setliged to obey ment series of stages. ting laws

Promotes critical thinking for high school and college students

Growth of Logical Mental DevelopStages of Ethical PERTINENT Thinking (1958), Theory of Justice Development Structural Transformation of Public Sphere (1989) WORKS/ STUDIES ment of Child & Psychology of the (1971) (date/s) Race (1895) (1991) Child (1962)
WILBER SOURCE

Developing ReValues Clarificaflective Judgment tion (1995) (1994) IP 45, 208 IP 45, 206

IP 78-82, 199, 217

IP 22-25, 201, 208, 197-217 correl

IP 45, 208

IP 45-47, 206

IP 82-3, 214, 216

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37 36

(Category source: IP 44-46, 115-18) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top ***

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late

4H1: Ethical/Moral Principles – page 2
John Mark Baldwin (1861-1934) Jean Piaget (1896-1980) (w/Buel) Moral Stages John Rawls (1921-2002) Lawrence Kohlberg (1927-87) Idea of the Good Life Jurgen Habermas (1929- ) Domain of Validity (inclusiveness) Howard Kirchenbaum (~1940- ) Leland Howe Ethics Moral Character Patricia King Karen Kitchener (~1950- ) Critical Thinking

TOPIC

Ethical Levels

Moral Positions

Moral Judgment

Higher Principles

35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): Early - transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition Vision/ logic: Late Synnomic 6. Universal eth- 7. Political freeical dom 6. Moral freedom (Autonomy) Morality of principles 5. Prior rights/ social contract Legal freedom All legal associates Rational natural law All humans as world citizens All humans as private persons Universal ethics of speech Formalistic ethics Values-oriented 7. Synthesis 6. Early synthesis 7. Universal spiritual POST- POSTCONVENTIONAL {23.5-beyond}

24 23 22 21 20

Vision/logic:Middle Ideal Vision/ logic: Early Ethical - transition -

19

Formal: Late

Autonomy

4/5. Transition POST- CONVEN5. Civil liberties TIONAL{18.523.5} 4. Law & order

Contextualism

18

Formal: Early

Instrumental

4. Concrete mor- Members of the ality/ secondary political comgroups munity

Specific order

Goal-oriented

5. Relativism

4H1: Ethical/Moral Principles – page 3
John Mark Baldwin (1861-1934) Jean Piaget (1896-1980) (w/Buel) Moral Stages John Rawls (1921-2002) Lawrence Kohlberg (1927-87) Idea of the Good Life Jurgen Habermas (1929- ) Domain of Validity (inclusiveness) Howard Kirchenbaum (~1940- ) Leland Howe Ethics Moral Character Patricia King Karen Kitchener (~1950- ) Critical Thinking

TOPIC

Ethical Levels

Moral Positions

Moral Judgment

17

- transition -

Relativistic

3. Approval of Morality of asso- others ciation CONVENTIONAL {17-18.5} (Socionomy) Heteronomy (Heteronomy) Morality of authority 1. Punishment/ obedience 2. Naïve hedonism

3. Concrete mor- Group of primary ality/ primary reference pergroups sons 2. Hedonism under exchange Rule-governed

4. Abstractions

Higher Principles

16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Rule/role: Late Rule/role: Early - transition Concept Endocept Symbol - transition Image Impulse/ emotion - transition Exocept Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void]

Dualistic

3. Personal impressions 1. Hedonism un- Nature & social der obedience environment Naïve hedonism Power-dependent 2. Representational relations 1. Concrete category

External necessity Projective Adual Anomy

(Anomy)

0. Magic wish

PRE-CONVENTIONAL {9-16}

Physical

Table 4H2: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Ethical/Moral Perspectives, Wilber
These Studies (by Wilber himself) trace the development of Perspectives approach to Ethics and Morals in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental maturation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. Ethics is the discipline of determining what is good or bad, right or wrong. Morals are the social standards derived from ethical inquiry. The Perspectives approach measures ethical principles by their diversity of perspective and the degree of inclusiveness with which they are applied.
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC POSITION/ROLE CONTRIBUTION/ SIGNIFICANCE PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES (date/s) Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Span Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Impulse Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Fulcrums

Worldviews

Perspectives

WILBER SOURCE

Broadening

IP 115-18, 197

IP 115-18, 197

IP 16-17, 199

IP 92-100,102-8, IP 117, 197 197,205

IP 118-19, 198,207

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber) [Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition Buddhic {32.536}: All manifest Always/already & unmanifest {32.5-36} reality (self-liber(sage/siddha) ation in primordial awareness)

(Category source: IP 44-46, 115-18) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top *** [00. AFTER DEATH] {37-38} Constant consciousness Spirit & World Process (Release of all Chakras in the Real) [10. NON-DUAL] 10. Non-dual {34-36} Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless Non -dual (siddha) {34-36}

38 37 36 35 34 33

32

Causal: Late

Causal unity, cessation

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CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Span Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Impulse Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Broadening Perspectives

TOPIC Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late

Fulcrums

Worldviews

31

Formless mysticism: Union with 9. CAUSAL (spir9. Witness (pure source of manifest realms it) Self) {31-33} Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) (Higher Chakras to cessation) SPIRIT {29.5-36} Subtle realm unity, luminosity Panentheistic [28-31}: All sentient beings in all realms (saintly) 7. Sahasrara: Transcendental consciousness, light Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, gross realm unity Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-36} 8. SUBTLE {27.5- 8. Subtle Self 30} (Soul) Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross realm Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {2830},

30 29

28

Bodhisatvic {28-31}: All senSubtle (archetype): tient beings Early (locus of Brahma-lokas) - transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early Shamanic {23.5-27}: All earthly beings (locus of World Soul). POST-POST-CONVENTIONAL {23.5-beyond}

27

26

25

WISDOM (crown 7. PSYCHIC (soul) 7. Psychic Self of head) {25-36} {24.5-26.5}

24

- transition -

Panenhenic {23.5-27}: All earthly beings (yogic)

6. Psychic mind: vision (Ajna)

Developmentalism as World Process

23

Vision/ logic: Late Vision/logic:Middle

SOUL {22.5-30} Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic Holistic integralism (global) {2224}:

22

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CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Span Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Impulse Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Broadening Perspectives

TOPIC

Fulcrums

Worldviews

21

Vision/ logic: Early

6. INTEGRATED VISIONARY (centaur) {21THOUGHT (brow, 23.5} third eye) {2124} Worldcentric{2 0-22.5}: All of Us -all humans (locus of rational Universal-global universal plural{20-22.5} ism) POST- CONVENTIONAL {2022.5}

6. Centaur (existential, integ- Multiple contexts/ histories rated Self)

20

- transition -

5. Verbal-rational mind

Pluralistic systems, dynamic Pluralistic relativism {20-21}

19

Formal: Late 5. MATURE EGO EXPRESSION (rational reflex(throat) {18-20} ive) {17.5-20} 4. Communitymind: love

CENTAUR {1924} Rational-reflexive 5. Mature ego

Static systems/ contexts Static universal formalism Rational formalism {18-19} WORLDCENTRIC {18.5-24}

18

Formal: Early

17

- transition Sociocentric {16-19}: Us family, group, tribe, nation (locus of mythic/ membership) CONVENTIONAL (16-19}

Conventional

4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing

16

Rule/role: Late

4b. Mythic middle EGO {16-20}

Rationalization of mythic structures Mythic–rational {16-17}

15

Rule/role: Early

Mythic-membership

LOVE (heart) {15-17}

4. ROLE SELF 4a. Mythic (persona) {14.5- (membership16.5} Self) – early

Locus of magic power is deified Other

4H2: Ethical/Moral Perspectives, Wilber – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Span Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Impulse Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Fulcrums

Worldviews Concrete-literal myths: Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5}

14

- transition 3. Intential-mind: power 3b. ConceptSelf

13

Concept Endocept Symbol - transition Image

Safety-power

Ego omnipotence transferred to gods Omnipotence of ego challenged, security Magic-mythic {12-13} Ego is locus of magic power

12

Perspectives

Broadening

3. MENTAL SELF 3a. Name-Self POWER (solar (self-concept) PERSONA {12plexus) {12-14} {11.5-13.5} 17} Hedonic Narcissism 2. Emotionalsexual SEXUALITY (genitals) {9-11} 2. EMOTIONAL SELF {8-10.5} 1c. Axial body Self-only Symbolic Egocentric {315}: Me (locus of bodily-self) Autistic PRE-CONVENTIONAL {3-15} 1. Material SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8} 1. PHYSICAL SELF 1a. Pleromatic MATERIAL SELF {3-7} {2.5-6}

11

10

2b. Magical (Im- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic age-body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} 2a. Typhonic (Pranic-body) ‘Self-object’

9

Impulse/ emotion

Magical

8

- transition Exocept Perception Sensation

Impulsive

Subject-object fusions Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment Archaic-magical {7-9}

7 6 5

Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1b. Uroboric BODY EGO {5.5- Archaic {5-6} 12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13}

4

Matter: Molecular, polymer

3

Matter: Atomic

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CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC
2 1

Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Span

Ken Wilber (1950- ) Moral Impulse Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Fulcrums

Worldviews

Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void] 0. BEFORE CONCEPTION {1-2}

Table 4H3: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Ethical/Moral Perspectives, Modern Investigators
These Studies (by modern academic investigators) trace the development of Perspectives approach to Ethics and Morals in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental maturation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. Ethics is the discipline of determining what is good or bad, right or wrong. Morals are the social standards derived from ethical inquiry. The Perspectives approach measures ethical principles by their diversity of perspective and the degree of inclusiveness with which they are applied.
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC William G. Perry (~1930- ) Ralph Turner (~1930- ) Carol Gilligan (1936- ) Female Moral Stages Lee Anne Peck (~1950- ) Suzanne Benack (~1950- ) Fredda BlanchardFields (~1950- ) Dierdre Kramer (~1950- ) Social-Cognitive Stages Robert Selman (~1950- ) Cheryl Armon (~1950 )

Self-outlook

Social Role-taking

Moral Motivation

Empathy (willingness/ ability to as- Socio-emotional Desume another’s pervelopment spective)

Role-taking [revised Stages of the Good from Wilber]

Harvard educaPOSITION/ROLE tional psychologist Landmark study CONTRIBUTION/ on student develSIGNIFICANCE opment

Prominent social Harvard social psychologist psychologist Revised Kohlberg for female moral stages: Care vs. justice.

[Cannot identify]

Researcher in Prominent educa- Researcher in adult social cog- Social psycholotional psycholo- post-formal reasnition and prob- gist gist oning in adults lem-solving Influential work on assuming another’s perspective Contextualism and dialecticism promote more fluid development Developed influential five-stage sequence to promote tolerance in children w/Commons. Adult Development (1990), Beyond Formal Operations (1984) IP 45, 207

Perspectives

Broadening

Forms of Intellectual & Ethical DePERTINENT Collective beha- In a Different WORKS/ STUDIES velopment in vior (1972) Voice (1982) (date/s) College Years (1970)
WILBER SOURCE

Adult Development & Aging

Transformation in Affective roleClinical & Develtaking model opmental Psy(1980) chology (1989) IP 45, 206 IP 45, 208

IP 45, 172, 206

IP 207

IP 45, 208

IP 207

IP 212

IP 45, 206

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37 36 35 34 33 32

(Category source: IP 44-46, 115-18) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top ***

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late

4H3: Ethical/Moral Perspectives, Modern – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) William G. Perry (~1930- ) Ralph Turner (~1930- ) Carol Gilligan (1936- ) Female Moral Stages Lee Anne Peck (~1950- ) Suzanne Benack (~1950- ) Fredda BlanchardFields (~1950- ) Dierdre Kramer (~1950- ) Social-Cognitive Stages Robert Selman (~1950- ) Cheryl Armon (~1950 )

Broadening Perspectives

TOPIC Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): Early - transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition Vision/ logic: Late

Self-outlook

Social Role-taking

Moral Motivation

Empathy (willingness/ ability to as- Socio-emotional Desume another’s pervelopment spective)

Role-taking [revised Stages of the Good from Wilber]

31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23

Social genius 7. Dynamic dialecticism (integration of cultural & historical systems into evolving social structures) Contextualism

22

8-9. CommitVision/logic:Middle ment: Middle/ late

6. Integrative multiple perspectives

6. Universal holism

21

Vision/ logic: Early

6-7. Commitment: Early Interactive empathy Pluralism 5. Relativism Interactive effect

Hierarchical-integrative 5. Multiple perspectives

5. Autonomy 4-5. Subjective relativism 5. Symbolic interPOST- CONVENaction TIONAL {20-beyond} 3b. In-depth societal perspective4. Individuality taking (perspectivism)

20

- transition -

Rational-altruistic Willing/ Able

6. Dynamic relativism

19

Formal: Late Formal: Early

Universal care

5. Static systems 4. Individual 4. Early multiple 4. Static relativperspectives ism, pluralism

18

4H3: Ethical/Moral Perspectives, Modern – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC William G. Perry (~1930- ) Ralph Turner (~1930- ) Carol Gilligan (1936- ) Female Moral Stages Lee Anne Peck (~1950- ) Suzanne Benack (~1950- ) Fredda BlanchardFields (~1950- ) Dierdre Kramer (~1950- ) Social-Cognitive Stages Robert Selman (~1950- ) Cheryl Armon (~1950 )

Self-outlook

Social Role-taking

Moral Motivation

Empathy (willingness/ ability to as- Socio-emotional Desume another’s pervelopment spective) Willing/ unable 3. Multiple outcomes

Role-taking [revised Stages of the Good from Wilber] 3. Affective mutuality CONVENTIONAL {17-19} 2. Instrumental egoism

17

- transition -

3-4. Multiplicity

Third party reflexive Third party nonreflexive

Care Conformist (irrational-conscientious)

3. Formism, mechanism

3a. Mutual

16

Rule/role: Late Rule/role: Early - transition Concept Endocept Symbol - transition Image Impulse/ emotion - transition Exocept Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void] 1. Dualistic 2. Early multiplicity

2. Self -reflective 2. Dualist-absolutist 2. Pre-formism 1. Subjective (early) 1. One perspective 1. Undifferentiation Unwilling 0. Egocentric

Broadening Perspectives

15

14

Identificatory reflexive Expedient/ selfprotective Selfish Identificatory, non-reflexive Amoral-impulsive

Unable

1. Radical egoism PRE- CONVENTIONAL {9-16}

13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Table 4I: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Worldviews
These Studies (by various classic and modern investigators) trace the development of Worldviews in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental maturation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. A Worldview is a broad framework through which one perceives, interprets, and interacts with the world. Increasing Comprehensiveness
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Ken Wilber (1950- ) John Mark Baldwin (1861-1934) Melvin Miller (~1940- ) Intermediate worldviews (teleological/ ateleo-/ antiteleo-) Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics G: Union College psych prof. Originator of Level Theory of Personality. B: Foremost expositor and developer of Graves model. G: Sophisticated cultural stage model, used to illustrate corporate- and government-world dynamics. B: Refined model into Spiral Dynamics G: Cowan, Never Ending Quest (2005) B: Spiral Dynamics (1996), w/Cowan IP 41-2, 47-53, 204 (Category source: IP 118-19) IP 16-17, 199 IP 92-100,102-8, IP 117, 197 197,205 WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

Worldviews

Dualism

Fulcrums

Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

POSITION/ROLE

Prominent experimental psychologist at Princeton and Johns Hopkins. Cofounder of Psych Review.

CONTRIBUTION/ SIGNIFICANCE

Baldwinian evolution: Behaviors that initially re- Adult developquire learning ment in higher can be replaced lines by evolved genetics

PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES (date/s)

Thought & Things (1906), Mental Development of Child & Race (1895) IP 118-19, 198,207 IP 78-82, 199, 217

Creativity, Spirituality, Transcendence (1999) w/CookGreuter IP 213

WILBER SOURCE

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)

*** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top ***

4I: Worldviews – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) Ken Wilber (1950- ) John Mark Baldwin (1861-1934) Melvin Miller (~1940- ) Intermediate worldviews (teleological/ ateleo-/ antiteleo-) Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

Comprehensiveness

TOPIC [Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late

Worldviews

Dualism

Fulcrums [00. AFTER DEATH] {37-38}

Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Increasing

38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31

Constant consciousness Spirit & World Process Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} Causal unity, cessation Formless mysticism: Union with source of manifest realms Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) (Higher Chakras to cessation) Subtle realm unity, luminosity 8. SUBTLE {26.5- 8. Subtle Self 30} (Soul) 7. Sahasrara: Transcendental consciousness, light Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, gross realm unity Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {2527} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} Developmentalism as World Process 9. CAUSAL (spir- 9. Witness (pure it) {31-33} Self) SPIRIT {29.5-beyond} (Release of all Chakras in the Real) [10. NON-DUAL] 10. Non-dual {34-36}

30 29

28

Deity mysticism: Union with creatSubtle (archetype): rix of gross realm Early Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {2830}, - transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early Pancalistic (nondual) 9. [next awakening] (coral)

27

26

25

WISDOM (crown 7. PSYCHIC (soul) of head) {257. Psychic Self {23.5-26.5} beyond} 6. Psychic mind: vision (Ajna) SOUL {22.5-30}

24

- transition -

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CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Ken Wilber (1950- ) John Mark Baldwin (1861-1934) Melvin Miller (~1940- ) Intermediate worldviews (teleological/ ateleo-/ antiteleo-) Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics 8. Holistic organism/ global (turquoise) Integrated theism/ existentialism/ pantheism 7. Systematic process/ integrative (yellow) 6. Social network/ Relativistic (green) Humanism/ skepticism/ nihilism 5. Strategic enterprise/ Individualisticachiever (orange) Mythic theism/ stoicism/ mechanism 5. MATURE EGO EXPRESSION (rational reflex(throat) {18-20} ive) {16.5-20} 4. Communitymind: love 6. INTEGRATED VISIONARY (centaur) {21THOUGHT (brow, 23.5} third eye) {2124} 5. Verbal-rational mind CENTAUR {1924} 6. Centaur (existential, integrated Self) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

Worldviews

Dualism

Fulcrums

Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Comprehensiveness

23

Vision/ logic: Late

Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical

22

Increasing

Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic Vision/logic:Middle Holistic integralism (global) {2224}:

21

Vision/ logic: Early Multiple contexts/ histories

Good vs. bad

20

- transition Formal: Late

Pluralistic systems, dynamic Pluralistic relativism {20-21} Static systems/ contexts Static universal formalism Rational formalism {18-19} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24}

19

18

Formal: Early

Truth vs. falsity

5. Mature ego

17

- transition -

Demythologizing, formalizing Rationalization of mythic structures Mythic–rational {16-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other

Self vs. not-self

4c. Mythic - late 4b. Mythic middle EGO {16-20}

16

Rule/role: Late

15

Rule/role: Early

Mind vs. body

4. Authority/ Absolutist-religious (blue)

LOVE (heart) {15-17}

4. ROLE SELF 4a. Mythic (persona) {13.5- (membership16.5} Self) – early

4I: Worldviews – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Ken Wilber (1950- ) John Mark Baldwin (1861-1934) Melvin Miller (~1940- ) Intermediate worldviews (teleological/ ateleo-/ antiteleo-) Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

Worldviews Concrete-literal myths: Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} Ego omnipotence transferred to gods Omnipotence of ego challenged, security Magic-mythic {12-13} Ego is locus of magic power Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic Magical (typhonic) {10-11} ‘Self-object’ Subject-object fusions Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment Archaic-magical {7-9} Undifferentiated, pleromatic Archaic {5-6} EGOCENTRIC {5-13}

Dualism

Fulcrums

Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

14

Comprehensiveness

- transition -

Increasing

13

Concept Endocept Symbol - transition Image

3. Intential-mind: power 3. Strong-man/ Power-gods (red) Inner vs. outer

3b. ConceptSelf

12

3. MENTAL SELF 3a. Name-Self POWER (solar (self-concept) PERSONA {12plexus) {12-14} {10.5-13.5} 17}

11

10

2b. Magical (Image-body) 2. Tribe/ Magicalanimistic (purple) 2. Emotional2. EMOTIONAL sexual SELF SEXUALITY (gen{8-10.5} itals) {9-11} 2a. Typhonic (Pranic-body)

9

Impulse/ emotion - transition Exocept Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition -

8 7 6 5

Present vs. persisting Animistic Adualistic 1. Survival band/ Instinctive (beige)

1c. Axial body

1b. Uroboric BODY EGO {5.512}

4

3

1. Material SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8}

1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF MATERIAL SELF {3-7} {2.5-6}

2

4I: Worldviews – page 5
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC
1

Ken Wilber (1950- )

John Mark Baldwin (1861-1934)

Melvin Miller (~1940- ) Intermediate worldviews (teleological/ ateleo-/ antiteleo-)

Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics

WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

Worldviews

Dualism

Fulcrums 0. BEFORE CONCEPTION {1-2}

Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

[Before matter/ Void]

Table 5: STAGES AND STRUCTURES OF PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
These Studies trace human development in the internal Realm of Body Passages. Body Passages are the internal phases of physical enlivenment that occur as we awaken, activate, engage, and connect the energy centers of our body.
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Traditional Hinduism Chakras (physical locus) Chiropractic Spinal regions Traditional Hinduism + alternative medicine Chakras (bodily systems) Traditional Hindusim Chakras (worldview) Ken Wilber (1950- ) Chakras (mental/spiritual)

Increasing Physical

POSITION/ROLE

Enlivenment

CONTRIBUTION/ SIGNIFICANCE Judith: Eastern PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES Body, Western (date/s) Mind (1996)
WILBER SOURCE

Easley, Naturopathic Medicine (2006). Brennan, Hands of Light (1980) IP 16-17, 199 (Category source: IP 16-17) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top ***

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): Early (Higher Chakras to cessation) (Release of all Chakras in the Real)

5: Physical Stages & Structures – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Traditional Hinduism Chakras (physical locus) Chiropractic Spinal regions Traditional Hinduism + alternative medicine Chakras (bodily systems) Traditional Hindusim Chakras (worldview) Ken Wilber (1950- ) Chakras (mental/spiritual) 7. Sahasrara: Transcendental consciousness, light Crown of head {25-beyond} Central nervous system Wisdom {25-beyond} 6. Psychic mind: vision (Ajna)

Increasing Physical

26 25 24 23 22 21

Enlivenment

27

- transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition Vision/ logic: Late Vision/logic:Middle Vision/ logic: Early - transition Formal: Late Formal: Early - transition Rule/role: Late Rule/role: Early - transition Concept Endocept Symbol - transition Image Solar plexus {12Mid-spine 14} Digestive, immune Power {12-14} Heart {15-17} Upper spine, chest Circulatory Love {15-17} Throat {18-20} Lower neck Respiratory Expression {1820} Brow, third eye {21-24} Upper neck: Atlas, axis, occi- Nervous system put Visionary thought {21-24} Cranial joints

20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

5. Verbal-rational mind

4. Communitymind: love

3. Intential-mind: power

5: Physical Stages & Structures – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC
9 8

Traditional Hinduism Chakras (physical locus) Genitals {9-11}

Chiropractic Spinal regions Low back, hips

Traditional Hinduism + alternative medicine Chakras (bodily systems) Reproductive

Traditional Hindusim Chakras (worldview)

Ken Wilber (1950- ) Chakras (mental/spiritual)

Impulse/ emotion - transition Exocept Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void]

2. EmotionalSexuality {9-11} sexual

Increasing Physical

7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Enlivenment

Pelvic floor {3-8}

Base of spine, legs, feet

Skeletal, lymph, elimination

Survival {3-8}

1. Material

Table 6A: SPIRITUAL STAGES & STATES – Eastern Mystics
These Studies (from various Eastern traditions) trace the development of mystical experiences in the internal Realm of Spirit Passages. Spirit Passages are the internal phases of spiritual awakening that occur as we pass through the Stages and States of spiritual development. Mysticism is the pursuit of consciousness, communion, or identity with the Divine through direct experience and revealed insight. The mystic seeks direct encounter with God or God-like essence – as the ultimate source of knowledge, understanding, and wisdom.
CONTRIBUTOR/ Traditional SamadINVESTIGATOR his (birth/death dates) (~1500 BC) Highest Contemplative States Highest Yoga Tantra (~500 BC) Levels of Consciousness/Skandhs Patanjali (~200 BC- 400 AD) Mahamudra (~800 AD) Maharishi Mahesh Muhyiddin Ibn ‘Ar- Hazrat Inayat Khan Yogi (1917-) abi Charles Alexander (1165-1240) (1882-1927) (~1950-) Sufism Transcendental Meditation CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

TOPIC

Yoga Sutras P: Semi-mythical founder of yoga. Y: Aphorisms on philosophy & practice of Raja Yoga

Stages of Tibetan Sufi Stations of Zikr meditation

Esoteric Complete control Buddhism. over the funcGreatest of POSITION/ROLE tions of conBuddha’s four sciousness secret discourses

Arab mystic. Most widespread Pivotal in perpractice in Founder of Unimanent split Tibetan versal Sufism. between Sufism Buddhism and Islam.

M: Brought TM to West. Beatles. A: TM interpreter.

Consciousness

Higher

State of undifferCONTRIBUTION/ entiated beingness, consciousSIGNIFICANCE ness without thinking

Works to directly reveal emptiness Raja yoga: Tamto one's own diring the body thru ect experience in self- discipline to one's own mind, achieve higher by meditating states directly on one's own mind.

Emphasized mystic experience Unification of (Sufism) over law spiritual truths (Islam). Permanent split

Transcendental Meditation (TM): Popular, widelysyndicated Vedic meditative technique A: Applied developmental psychology to the practice of TM, M: Science of Being & Art of Living (1963). A: Higher Stages of Human Development (1990) w/Langer. IP 27, 201, 211 (see Table 4F2, Cognition) IP 16-17, 199

PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES (date/s)

Cozort, Highest Yoga Tantra (1986)

Yoga Sutras (~200 AD)

Journey to the Lord of Power

Inner Life (~1920)

WILBER SOURCE

IP 132, 210

IP 131-32, 210

IP 211

IP 131, 209

IP 210

IP 141-42, 209

6A: Eastern mystics – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ Traditional SamadINVESTIGATOR his (birth/death dates) (~1500 BC) Highest Contemplative States Highest Yoga Tantra (~500 BC) Levels of Consciousness/Skandhs Patanjali (~200 BC- 400 AD) Mahamudra (~800 AD) Maharishi Mahesh Muhyiddin Ibn ‘Ar- Hazrat Inayat Khan Yogi (1917-) abi Charles Alexander (1165-1240) (1882-1927) (~1950-) Sufism Transcendental Meditation CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

Higher Consciousness

TOPIC FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37

Yoga Sutras

Stages of Tibetan Sufi Stations of Zikr meditation

(Category source: IP 129-36, 139-42, 264-65) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top ***

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Post-enlightenment BHAVA {36-beyond} Nonmeditation [9.] CLEAR LIGHT One Taste EMPTINESS {34- Raincloud SAHAJA {34-35} 36} Post-nirvana Black near-at: dirodh, nirvana Cessation (nirotainment (cessahd) JNANA {32-33} tion) Cessation NIRVIKALPA [8.] VERY SUBTLE Oneness of CONSCIOUSNESS buddhi (causal) {30-33} Archetypal form Shining forth Luminosity Subtle perception Unity of consciousness Refined permanence Absolute csness Permanence (zat) A returned one Gnosis Formless Cessation (djabrut) Witness (wahdat) Divine luminosity (arwah) Archetypal (akasha) Transcendental consciousness (Higher Chakras to cessation) WITNESS {3336} (Release of all Chakras in the Real)

36

NON-MEDITATION Unity form/ formless ONE-TASTE {3435} Emptiness Cessation

Non-dual

35

Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late

34

33

32

31

SIMPLICITY {31Witness-totality 33} Bliss Divine light

30

29

28

Deity form, luSubtle (archetype): minosity Early SAVIKALPA {2829}

Red increase

Luminosity

Ascending sights Soul (angelic)

6A: Eastern mystics – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ Traditional SamadINVESTIGATOR his (birth/death dates) (~1500 BC) Highest Contemplative States Highest Yoga Tantra (~500 BC) Levels of Consciousness/Skandhs Patanjali (~200 BC- 400 AD) Mahamudra (~800 AD) Maharishi Mahesh Muhyiddin Ibn ‘Ar- Hazrat Inayat Khan Yogi (1917-) abi Charles Alexander (1165-1240) (1882-1927) (~1950-) Sufism Transcendental Meditation CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) 7. Sahasrara: Transcendental consciousness, light Vision-mind (malkut) Intellect in holy forms Djinn (genius) WISDOM (crown of head) {25-beyond} 6. Psychic mind: vision (Ajna)

TOPIC

Yoga Sutras

Higher Consciousness

Stages of Tibetan Sufi Stations of Zikr meditation

27

- transition -

White appearSubtle percepance (luminosity) tion [7.] SUBTLE CONSCIOUSNESS {26-29}

Gross union

Vision-wholeness

26

Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition Vision/ logic: Late Vision/logic:Middle Meditative csness Vision/ logic: Early Supramental - transition Formal: Late

ONE-POINTEDNESS {26-30} One-pointedness Access

25

24 23

Dissolution of gross csness Recollection (dhyana)

MEDITATION {2436}

22

Integral ideas

Idealistic-person (universal principles) VISIONARY THOUGHT (brow, third eye) {2124} 5. Verbal-rational mind

21

Universal ethical principles FOUNDATIONS {20-23} Universal order 80 mental conceptions [6.] OVERALL GROSS CONSCIOUSNESS {18-23} Cleansing, restraint (pranayana) Artistic-person (beyond conventions)

20 19

18

Formal: Early

EXPRESSION (throat) {18-20}

17 16

- transition Rule/role: Late

Right beliefs Surface signs

4. Communitymind: love

6A: Eastern mystics – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ Traditional SamadINVESTIGATOR his (birth/death dates) (~1500 BC) Highest Contemplative States Highest Yoga Tantra (~500 BC) Levels of Consciousness/Skandhs Patanjali (~200 BC- 400 AD) Mahamudra (~800 AD) Maharishi Mahesh Muhyiddin Ibn ‘Ar- Hazrat Inayat Khan Yogi (1917-) abi Charles Alexander (1165-1240) (1882-1927) (~1950-) Sufism Transcendental Meditation CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) LOVE (heart) {1517} 5. GROSS MENTAL CONSCIOUSNESS {13-16}

TOPIC
15 14

Yoga Sutras

Stages of Tibetan Sufi Stations of Zikr meditation

Rule/role: Early - transition Concept Endocept Symbol - transition Image Impulse/ emotion 4. EMOTION-IMAGE {9-10} Beliefs of gross mind CONCEPTS {1319} Material-person (earthly gain)

13

3. Intential-mind: power POWER (solar plexus) {12-14}

12

11

10

Consciousness

Higher

9

Animal world Mundane-person (bodily desires)

2. Emotionalsexual SEXUALITY (genitals) {9-11}

8 7 6 5 4

- transition Exocept Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition 1. FORM {3-4} Mineral world 3. PERCEPTION-IMPULSE {7-9} 2. SENSATION Vegetal world

Animal Vegetable

3

Matter (nasut)

1. Material SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8}

2

6A: Eastern mystics – page 5
CONTRIBUTOR/ Traditional SamadINVESTIGATOR his (birth/death dates) (~1500 BC) Highest Contemplative States Highest Yoga Tantra (~500 BC) Levels of Consciousness/Skandhs Patanjali (~200 BC- 400 AD) Mahamudra (~800 AD) Maharishi Mahesh Muhyiddin Ibn ‘Ar- Hazrat Inayat Khan Yogi (1917-) abi Charles Alexander (1165-1240) (1882-1927) (~1950-) Sufism Transcendental Meditation CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

TOPIC [Before matter/ Void]

Yoga Sutras

Stages of Tibetan Sufi Stations of Zikr meditation

1

Table 6B: SPIRITUAL STAGES & STATES – Christian Mystics (West/East)
These Studies (from Western and mid-Eastern Christian traditions) trace the development of mystical experiences in the internal Realm of Spirit Passages. Spirit Passages are the internal phases of spiritual awakening that occur as we pass through the Stages and States of spiritual development. Mysticism is the pursuit of consciousness, communion, or identity with the Divine through direct experience and revealed insight. The mystic seeks direct encounter with God or God-like essence – as the ultimate source of knowledge, understanding, and wisdom.
CONTRIBUTOR/ Dionysius the AreoSt. Gregory of Nyssa INVESTIGATOR pagite (pseud.) (~335-94 AD) (birth/death dates) (~452-91 AD) TOPIC [Spiritual States] [Levels of prayer] Eastern Orthodox (~1100 AD) John Chirban (~1950- ) [Spiritual orientation] St. Gregory Palamas (~1300 AD) St. Teresa of Avila (1515-82) Stages of Interior Life

Great Chain of Being

CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

[Spiritual States]

Mystical, neo-pla- Christianity of tonic writings ori- Byzantine EmChristian bishop ginally ascribed pire. Separated POSITION/ROLE from region of to judge of Areo- from Western Turkey. pagus converted Church by by Paul in Acts 7 schism of 1054 Doctrines of the CONTRIBUTION/ Trinity, infinitude SIGNIFICANCE of God, & stages of contemplation

Greek Orthodox hermit/ mystic

Spanish mystic

Consciousness

Monastic reform Because God bebased on absocame human, hulute poverty. Outmans can experilines stages of ence God in a livascent of the ing way soul John Chirban, Personhood (1996) John Meyendorff, Autobiography St Gregory Pala(~1567) mas (1997)

Classical/medieval conception of hierarchy of universe, from matter to God Lucretius, On the Nature of Things (~55 BC). Lovejoy, The Great Chain of Being (1933) IP 67-69, 199, 200, 211 IP 16-17, 199

Higher

PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES Life of Moses (date/s)

WILBER SOURCE

IP 211

IP 131, 211

IP 131, 211

IP 210

IP 156, 211 (Category source: IP 129-36, 139-42, 264-65)

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37 36 35

*** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top ***

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle

6B: Christian Mystics, West/East -- – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ Dionysius the AreoSt. Gregory of Nyssa INVESTIGATOR pagite (pseud.) (~335-94 AD) (birth/death dates) (~452-91 AD) TOPIC [Spiritual States] [Levels of prayer] Eastern Orthodox (~1100 AD) John Chirban (~1950- ) [Spiritual orientation] St. Gregory Palamas (~1300 AD) St. Teresa of Avila (1515-82) Stages of Interior Life

Great Chain of Being

CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) (Release of all Chakras in the Real)

Higher Consciousness

[Spiritual States]

34

Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): Light Early PRAYER OF QUIET Luminosity (unification) LIGHT DIVINE Darkness Luminous Not seeing Oneness With Glorious nothingGod ness THEOSIS PRAYER OF UNION Theosis Divine light 5. Prayer of union (ego dies, soul emerges) (CLOUD OF UNKNOWING) Illumination Formless Luminosity SPIRIT {28.5beyond} 7. Spiritual marriage 6. Cessation (formless)

33 32

31

30 29 28

(Higher Chakras to cessation)

27

- transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition Vision/ logic: Late Vision/logic:Middle Vision/ logic: Early Faith in God

Purification Recollection PRAYER OF REDetachment COLLECTION (ilAPATHEIA lumination) [purification] Vision Early visions 4. Prayer of recollection

7. Sahasrara: Transcendental consciousness, light WISDOM (crown of head) {25-beyond} 6. Psychic mind: vision (Ajna) SOUL {20.5-31}

26 25

24 23 22

21

Turning toward spiritual METANOIA

VISIONARY THOUGHT (brow, third eye) {2124}

6B: Christian Mystics, West/East -- – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ Dionysius the AreoSt. Gregory of Nyssa INVESTIGATOR pagite (pseud.) (~335-94 AD) (birth/death dates) (~452-91 AD) TOPIC
20

Eastern Orthodox (~1100 AD) John Chirban (~1950- ) [Spiritual orientation]

St. Gregory Palamas (~1300 AD)

St. Teresa of Avila (1515-82) Stages of Interior Life

Great Chain of Being

CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) 5. Verbal-rational mind

[Spiritual States]

[Levels of prayer] PRAYER OF MIND (subvocal)

[Spiritual States]

- transition Formal: Late Formal: Early Darkness of sin

Higher Consciousness

19

18

Preliminary orientation IMAGE

3. Exemplary life 2. Practice, prayer 1. Humility

EXPRESSION (throat) {18-20} 4. Communitymind: love

17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

- transition Rule/role: Late Rule/role: Early - transition Concept Endocept Symbol - transition Image Impulse/ emotion - transition Exocept Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer BODY {3.5-11.5} MIND {7.5-23} PRAYER OF SIMPLICITY (vocal)

LOVE (heart) {1517} 3. Intential-mind: power POWER (solar plexus) {12-14}

9

2. Emotionalsexual SEXUALITY (genitals) {9-11}

8 7 6 5 4

6B: Christian Mystics, West/East -- – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ Dionysius the AreoSt. Gregory of Nyssa INVESTIGATOR pagite (pseud.) (~335-94 AD) (birth/death dates) (~452-91 AD) TOPIC [Spiritual States] [Levels of prayer] Eastern Orthodox (~1100 AD) John Chirban (~1950- ) [Spiritual orientation] St. Gregory Palamas (~1300 AD) St. Teresa of Avila (1515-82) Stages of Interior Life

Great Chain of Being

CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

[Spiritual States]

3

Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void]

1. Material MATTER {3.5-5} SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8}

2 1

Table 6C: SPIRITUAL STAGES & STATES – Classic Investigators
These Studies (from academic and esoteric investigators of the early 1900’s) trace development in the internal Realm of Spirit Passages. Spirit Passages are the internal phases of spiritual awakening that occur as we pass through the Stages and States of spiritual development. The work of esoteric Western spiritualists derives primarily from Eastern mystical traditions (Table 6A).
CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin INVESTIGATOR (1861-1934) (birth/death dates) TOPIC Religious Stages Evelyn Underhill (1875-1941) Karl Jaspers (1883-1969) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES

Existentialphenomenological Christian Mysticism reduction (meditative thinking)

Fulcrums

Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Worldviews

Higher Consciousness

Prominent experimental psychologist at PrinEnglish metaGerman psychiPOSITION/ROLE ceton and Johns physical author, atrist/ philosophHopkins. Conovelist and poet er founder of Psych Review. Baldwinian evolution: Behaviors that initially reCONTRIBUTION/ quire learning SIGNIFICANCE can be replaced by evolved genetics Effective popularizer of medieval and Catholic sprituality Diagnose psychiatric symptoms by their form, not content.

Mental DevelopPERTINENT Philosophy & ExWORKS/ STUDIES ment of Child & Mysticism (1911) istence (1938) (date/s) Race (1895)
WILBER SOURCE

IP 78-82, 199, 217

IP 133, 209

IP 204

IP 16-17, 199

IP 92-100,102-8, IP 117, 197 197,205

IP 118-19, 198,207

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37 36 35

(Category source: IP 129-36, 139-42, 264-65) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top *** [00. AFTER DEATH] {37-38} Constant consciousness Spirit & World Process

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle

6C: Spiritual Stages & States, Classic Investigators – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin INVESTIGATOR (1861-1934) (birth/death dates) TOPIC Religious Stages Evelyn Underhill (1875-1941) Karl Jaspers (1883-1969) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) (Release of all Chakras in the Real) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES

Higher Consciousness

Existentialphenomenological Christian Mysticism reduction (meditative thinking) Union Dark night DIVINE MYSTICISM {33-36} Divine ignorance (cessation) Divine love (contemplation) Luminosity Recollection (archetypal) METAPHYSICAL MYSTICISM {2832} Lateral expansion of consciousness Union with stream of life NATURE MYSTICISM: {25-27}

Fulcrums

Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Worldviews Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless Non -dual (siddha) {34-36}

34

Non-dual: Early

[10. NON-DUAL] 10. Non-dual {34-36}

33

- transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): Early

32

Causal unity, cessation Formless mysticism: Union with 9. CAUSAL (spir- 9. Witness (pure source of manifest realms it) {31-33} Self) Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) (Higher Chakras to cessation) SPIRIT {29.5beyond} Subtle realm unity, luminosity 8. SUBTLE {26.5- 8. Subtle Self 30} (Soul) 7. Sahasrara: Transcendental consciousness, light Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross realm Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {2830},

31

30 29

28

27

- transition -

26

Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition Vision/ logic: Late Immediacy

25

WISDOM (crown 7. PSYCHIC (soul) of head) {257. Psychic Self {23.5-26.5} beyond} 6. Psychic mind: vision (Ajna) SOUL {22.5-30}

Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, gross realm unity Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} Developmentalism as World Process Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical

24 23

6C: Spiritual Stages & States, Classic Investigators – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin INVESTIGATOR (1861-1934) (birth/death dates) TOPIC Religious Stages Evelyn Underhill (1875-1941) Karl Jaspers (1883-1969) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES

Higher Consciousness

Existentialphenomenological Christian Mysticism reduction (meditative thinking) Contemplative il- 4. True meditatlumination ive

Fulcrums

Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Worldviews Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic Holistic integralism (global) {2224}:

22

Vision/logic:Middle

21

Vision/ logic: Early

Aesthetic-religious

3. Temporal

6. INTEGRATED VISIONARY (centaur) {21THOUGHT (brow, 23.5} third eye) {2124} 5. Verbal-rational mind

6. Centaur (existential, integ- Multiple contexts/ histories rated Self) Pluralistic systems, dynamic Pluralistic relativism {20-21} CENTAUR {1924} Static systems/ contexts Static universal formalism Rational formalism {18-19} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24}

20 19

- transition Formal: Late Formal: Early - transition Rule/role: Late Ethical 2 Ethical 1 Intellectual

2. Conceptual 1. Empirical

18

5. MATURE EGO EXPRESSION (rational reflex(throat) {18-20} ive) {16.5-20} 4. Communitymind: love

5. Mature ego

17

4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing 4b. Mythic middle EGO {16-20} Rationalization of mythic structures Mythic–rational {16-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other Concrete-literal myths: Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5}

16

15

Rule/role: Early

LOVE (heart) {15-17} Conceptual faith & beliefs 3. Intential-mind: power

4. ROLE SELF 4a. Mythic (persona) {13.5- (membership16.5} Self) – early

14

- transition -

13

Concept Endocept

3b. ConceptSelf

Ego omnipotence transferred to gods Omnipotence of ego challenged, security Magic-mythic {12-13}

12

3. MENTAL SELF 3a. Name-Self POWER (solar (self-concept) PERSONA {12plexus) {12-14} {10.5-13.5} 17}

6C: Spiritual Stages & States, Classic Investigators – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin INVESTIGATOR (1861-1934) (birth/death dates) TOPIC Symbol - transition Image Spontaneous (magical) Physical 2. Emotional2. EMOTIONAL sexual SELF SEXUALITY (gen{8-10.5} itals) {9-11} Religious Stages Evelyn Underhill (1875-1941) Karl Jaspers (1883-1969) Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES

Existentialphenomenological Christian Mysticism reduction (meditative thinking)

Fulcrums

Self-sense: GENERAL/ specific

Worldviews

11 10

Ego is locus of magic power 2b. Magical (Im- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic age-body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} 2a. Typhonic (Pranic-body) ‘Self-object’ Subject-object fusions 1c. Axial body Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment Archaic-magical {7-9}

9

Impulse/ emotion - transition Exocept Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void]

8 7

Higher

6 5

Consciousness

Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1b. Uroboric BODY EGO {5.5- Archaic {5-6} 12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13}

4

3

1. Material SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8}

1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF MATERIAL SELF {3-7} {2.5-6}

2 1

0. BEFORE CONCEPTION {1-2}

Table 6D: SPIRITUAL STAGES & STATES – Modern Investigators
These Studies (from academic investigators since the later-1900’s) trace development in the internal Realm of Spirit Passages. Spirit Passages are the internal phases of spiritual awakening that occur as we pass through the Stages and States of spiritual development.
CONTRIBUTOR/ Juan Pascual-Leone INVESTIGATOR (~1950-) (birth/death dates) TOPIC Stages of transcendental ego (ultra-self) James Fowler (~1950-) Stages of Faith Allan Chinen (~1950-) Modal Experience Daniel Brown Jack Engler (~1950-) Joel Funk (~1950- ) Daniel Helminiak (~1950- ) Michael Washburn (~1960-) Jenny Wade (~1960- ) CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

Cross-cultural Contact with NuStages of Meditation minous

Spiritual develop- Levels of Conscious- Evolution of Conment ness sciousness Transpersonal theorist Prof/director Inst Trans Psych, management consultant.

POSITION/ROLE

Catholic researcher. Leader Psychologist, in faith develop- folklorist ment theory Collections of Correspondences stories & fables among spiritual for different life- practices in difstages & genders ferent cultures

Prof of dev College prof & psych, Plymouth former Catholic State Univ. priest

Higher Consciousness

Added hermeneutic, phenomen- Applies Erikson/ CONTRIBUTION/ ological, dialectic Kohlberg develSIGNIFICANCE orientation to de- opmental theory velopmental to Christian faith studies Model of ego dePERTINENT Stages of Faith WORKS/ STUDIES velopment (1995) (date/s) (1990)
WILBER SOURCE

Returning Biblical interpretIntegrative thetranspersonal ation from homoory of consciouspsychology to its sexual perspectness developroots in Jung and ive ment Freud Human Core of Spirituality (1996) IP 209 IP 209 Ego and Dynamic Ground (1995), Changes of Mind Transpersonal (1996) Psychology (1994) IP 43, 255, 203 IP 43, 203 IP 16-17, 199

Transformations Transpersonal of Consciousness Psychiatry (1996) (1999) w/Wilber IP 212 IP 131, 210

IP 43, 202, 204

IP 81, 139-41, 263, 209

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37 36 35 34

(Category source: IP 129-36, 139-42, 264-65) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top ***

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early Enlightenment (Release of all Chakras in the Real)

6D: Spiritual Stages & States, Modern Investigators – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ Juan Pascual-Leone INVESTIGATOR (~1950-) (birth/death dates) TOPIC Stages of transcendental ego (ultra-self) James Fowler (~1950-) Stages of Faith Allan Chinen (~1950-) Modal Experience Daniel Brown Jack Engler (~1950-) Joel Funk (~1950- ) Daniel Helminiak (~1950- ) Michael Washburn (~1960-) Jenny Wade (~1960- ) CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

Higher Consciousness

Cross-cultural Contact with NuStages of Meditation minous Advanced insight Cessation Insight Luminosity Spirit, union with absolute

Spiritual develop- Levels of Conscious- Evolution of Conment ness sciousness Integration 8. Unitary

33 32 31 30 29 28

- transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): Early - transition 7. Enlightenment

(Higher Chakras to cessation) 7. Transcendent Archetypal theistic mysticism 7. Sahasrara: Transcendental consciousness, light

Subtle perception

27

26

Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition Vision/ logic: Late 4. Realized self Vision/logic:Middle (quaternity think- 6. Universalizing ing) Vision/ logic: Early 3. Dialectical self 5. Hermeneutic 6. Attunement

Transcending gross perception Nature mysticism Concentration with support

Regeneration in spirit WISDOM (crown of head) {25-beyond} 6. Psychic mind: vision (Ajna)

25

24 23 22

(global)

Cosmic Regression in service of transcendence

6. Authentic VISIONARY THOUGHT (brow, third eye) {2124} 5. Verbal-rational mind

21

Compassionate

20 19

- transition Formal: Late

2. Duality self 1. Existential self

5. Conjunctive

4. Pragmatic 3. Representation

Creative Conscientious 5. Achievement/ affiliative

6D: Spiritual Stages & States, Modern Investigators – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ Juan Pascual-Leone INVESTIGATOR (~1950-) (birth/death dates) TOPIC
18 17

James Fowler (~1950-) Stages of Faith 4. Individuativereflective

Allan Chinen (~1950-) Modal Experience

Daniel Brown Jack Engler (~1950-)

Joel Funk (~1950- )

Daniel Helminiak (~1950- )

Michael Washburn (~1960-)

Jenny Wade (~1960- )

CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions) EXPRESSION (throat) {18-20} 4. Communitymind: love

Stages of transcendental ego (ultra-self)

Cross-cultural Contact with NuStages of Meditation minous Preliminary pracPsychological tices

Spiritual develop- Levels of Conscious- Evolution of Conment ness sciousness Conscientiousconformist

Formal: Early - transition Rule/role: Late Rule/role: Early - transition Concept Endocept Symbol - transition Image Impulse/ emotion - transition Exocept Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer

Higher Consciousness

3. Synthetic/ con2. Reflection ventional Conformist 2. Mythic-literal Personal 4. Conformist

16 15 14 13 12 11 10

LOVE (heart) {1517} 3. Intential-mind: power POWER (solar plexus) {12-14}

1. Enactment Mental ego 1. Magical, projective

3. Egocentric

9

Libidinal, prepersonal

Primal repression 2. Naïve

2. Emotionalsexual SEXUALITY (genitals) {9-11}

8 7 6 5

Bodyego 0. Preverbal, undifferentiated

1. Reactive PRE-, PERI-, Original embed- NEO-NATAL (posment sible transcendent) {3-11} 1. Material SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8}

4

3

Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition -

2

6D: Spiritual Stages & States, Modern Investigators – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ Juan Pascual-Leone INVESTIGATOR (~1950-) (birth/death dates) TOPIC
1

James Fowler (~1950-) Stages of Faith

Allan Chinen (~1950-) Modal Experience

Daniel Brown Jack Engler (~1950-)

Joel Funk (~1950- )

Daniel Helminiak (~1950- )

Michael Washburn (~1960-)

Jenny Wade (~1960- )

CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras (TRADITIONAL & Wilber versions)

Stages of transcendental ego (ultra-self)

Cross-cultural Contact with NuStages of Meditation minous

Spiritual develop- Levels of Conscious- Evolution of Conment ness sciousness

[Before matter/ Void]

Table 7A: SOCIO-CULTURAL EVOLUTION – Classic Investigators & Ken Wilber
These Studies (by academic investigators from the early 1900’s, plus Wilber) trace collective human development at the socio-cultural level. Collective development occurs in human groups of all sizes – couples, families, work groups, communities, all the way up to societies and cultures. A Society is a structured community of people bound together by similar traditions, institutions, or nationality. A Culture is the sum total of shared beliefs, customs, practices, attitudes, behaviors, and symbolic structures which undergird and connect the members of a Society.
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Gerald Heard (1889-1971) Jean Houston (1937- ) Ages of Man Erich Neumann (1905-60) Mythological Stages Psychological Stages Jean Gebser (1905-73) Georg Feuerstein (1947- ) Cultural Epochs [Feuerstein additions] G: German historical theorist; major influence on Wilber. F: Prolific Western authority on yoga. Foremost American Gebser interpreter WILBER ON CULTURES Ages of Civilization (Basic Materials)

Cultural epochs/ Worldviews

Social epochs

POSITION/ROLE

English Vedantist Eminent Jungian psychologist and philosopher. cultural theorist.

Development

Increasing

GH: Forerunner of csness-dev movement. CONTRIBUTION/ Guide and mentSIGNIFICANCE or: Jean Houston, Houston Smith, C.B. Luce

G: TransformaMythology throughout history retions of human veals development of human conconsciousness sciousness at both individual and manifested in cultural levels. cultural epochs

G: Ever-present GH: Ascent of Origin (1949); F: Humanity (1929), PERTINENT Origins & History of Consciousness Jean Gebser WORKS/ STUDIES Five Ages of Man (1954) (1989), In Search (date/s) (1963). JH: Life of Cradle of CivilForce (1980) ization (2001)
WILBER SOURCE

IP 149, 214

IP 39, 204

IP 148, 167, 269, 215

IP 118-19, 198, 214

IP 214

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37

(Category source: IP 143-57) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top ***

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition -

7A: Socio-Cultural Evolution, Classic & Wilber – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) Gerald Heard (1889-1971) Jean Houston (1937- ) Ages of Man Erich Neumann (1905-60) Mythological Stages Psychological Stages Jean Gebser (1905-73) Georg Feuerstein (1947- ) Cultural Epochs [Feuerstein additions] WILBER ON CULTURES Ages of Civilization (Basic Materials)

Increasing Development

TOPIC
36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29

Cultural epochs/ Worldviews Constant consciousness Spirit & World Process Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} Causal unity, cessation

Social epochs

Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): Early - transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early [Psycho-somatic/ psychic] [Psycho-spiritual/ causal] [Spiritual/ nondual]

Formless mysticism: Union with source of manifest realms Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) Subtle realm unity, luminosity Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross realm Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {2830},

28

27 26

25

Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, gross realm unity Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {2527} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} Developmentalism as World Process Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic Global megaHolistic integralism (global) {22- state 24}:

24 23

- transition Vision/ logic: Late Post-individual Vision/logic:Middle {21.5-up} Vision/ logic: Early Transformation Ego/self integration

22

21

Multiple contexts/ histories

Informational: Networks

Quantum subatomic

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CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC
20

Gerald Heard (1889-1971) Jean Houston (1937- ) Ages of Man

Erich Neumann (1905-60) Mythological Stages Psychological Stages

Jean Gebser (1905-73) Georg Feuerstein (1947- ) Cultural Epochs [Feuerstein additions] Integral-aperspectival (emerging)

WILBER ON CULTURES Ages of Civilization (Basic Materials)

Cultural epochs/ Worldviews Pluralistic systems, dynamic Pluralistic relativism {20-21} Static systems/ contexts Static universal formalism Rational formalism {18-19} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24}

Social epochs

- transition Formal: Late Formal: Early - transition Rule/role: Late Rule/role: Early MID-INDIVIDUAL {16-18} Slaying of Mother PROTO-INDIVIDUBirth of Hero AL {13.5-15} Dragon fight PRE-INDIVIDUAL (constricted csness) {5-12.5} Differention of anima Emergence of ego Overcoming instincts Slaying of Father INDIVIDUAL {19- Captive & treasMature ego 20.5} ure

19

Advanced indusSteel trial: Nation-state Industrial: ComIron merce

18

17 16 15

Differentiation of Mental (1500 AD animus - present)

Demythologizing, formalizing Rationalization of mythic structures Advanced agrariBronze an: Empire Mythic–rational {16-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other Agrarian: Feudal Copper

14

- transition -

Mythic (50,001500 AD)

Concrete-literal myths: Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} Ego omnipotence transferred to gods Omnipotence of ego challenged, security Magic-mythic {12-13} Village leagues Horticultural: Village Mesolithic Neolithic

13

Concept Endocept Symbol - transition Image Impulse/ emotion - transition Exocept

12

11

Oedipus/ Electra: Separation of the Magic (50Csness - uncWorld Parents 200,000 yrs) sness Body-self narcissism Maternal incest Great Mother Magic Wish-fulfillment Archaic (<200,000 yrs)

Ego is locus of magic power Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic Organized hunt Magical (typhonic) {10-11} ‘Self-object’ Subject-object fusions Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment Archaic-magical {7-9} Foraging: Tribes

10 9 8 7

Paleolithic

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CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC
6 5

Gerald Heard (1889-1971) Jean Houston (1937- ) Ages of Man

Erich Neumann (1905-60) Mythological Stages Psychological Stages Uroboric Mother Uroboros Alimentary uroboros Uroboric fusion Pleroma Pleromatic

Jean Gebser (1905-73) Georg Feuerstein (1947- ) Cultural Epochs [Feuerstein additions]

WILBER ON CULTURES Ages of Civilization (Basic Materials)

Cultural epochs/ Worldviews

Social epochs

Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void]

Undifferentiated, pleromatic Archaic {5-6} EGOCENTRIC {5-13}

4 3 2 1

Table 7B: SOCIO-CULTURAL EVOLUTION – Modern Investigators
These Studies (by academic investigators since the mid-1900’s) trace collective human development at the socio-cultural level. Collective development occurs in human groups of all sizes – couples, families, work groups, communities, all the way up to societies and cultures. A Society is a structured community of people bound together by similar traditions, institutions, or nationality. A Culture is the sum total of shared beliefs, customs, practices, attitudes, behaviors, and symbolic structures which undergird and connect the members of a Society.
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Alastair Taylor (~1910- ) Gerhard Lenski (1924- ) Jurgen Habermas (1929- ) Robert Bellah (~1930- ) Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics Duane Elgin (~1940- ) Consciousness of cultural epochs Harry Gardiner (1943- ) Cross-cultural waves of development Jay Earley (~1950- )

Levels of Social Or- AGE/Techno-Ecoganization nomic Base

Cultural Epochs

Scarce resources

Spiral Dynamics

Cultural Epochs

Development

Co-author of popSociologist, Univ Neo-Marxist German philosopher. POSITION/ROLE ular college hisNorth Carolina tory text

UC Berkeley Marxist sociologist

Increasing

G: Union College psych prof. Originator of Level Theory of PersonTransformational SRI social scient- U Wisconsin sociality. psychologist & ist ologist B: Foremost exlife coach positor and developer of Graves model.

Influenced gener- Tech progress ations of college centering on inComprehensive developmental CONTRIBUTION/ students with his formation as model that omits the higher spirSIGNIFICANCE stage theory of guiding force in itual levels cultural develop- transformation of ment human societies.

G: Sophisticated cultural stage Converging demodel, used to ilvelopments sugDeveloped influ- lustrate corporgest quantum ential theory of ate- and governleap to next development of ment-world dystage in evolureligious systems namics. tion of human B: Refined model culture into Spiral Dynamics

Classic study of cross-cultural human development

Meet the planetary crisis with conscious social evolution

Civilization Past PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES and Present (date/s) (1942-on)

Ecological/ Evolutionary Theory Structural Transformation of Public Habits of the (2005). Human Sphere (1989) Heart (1988) Societies (1970) IP 147, 214 IP 82-83, 148, 214, 216 IP 148, 215

G: Cowan, Never Ending Quest Lives Across Cul- Transforming Hu(2005) Awakening Earth tures (<1997) man Culture B: Spiral Dynam- (1993) w/Kosmitski (1997) ics (1996), w/Cowan IP 41-2, 47-53, 204 IP 149, 215 IP 23, 213 IP 215

WILBER SOURCE

IP 148, 215

Socio-Cultural Evolution, Modern Investigators – Page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) Alastair Taylor (~1910- ) Gerhard Lenski (1924- ) Jurgen Habermas (1929- ) Robert Bellah (~1930- ) Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics Duane Elgin (~1940- ) Consciousness of cultural epochs Harry Gardiner (1943- ) Cross-cultural waves of development Jay Earley (~1950- )

Increasing Development

TOPIC FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

Levels of Social Or- AGE/Techno-Ecoganization nomic Base

Cultural Epochs

Scarce resources

Spiral Dynamics

Cultural Epochs

(Category source: IP 143-57) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top ***

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): Early - transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early - transition 8. Holistic organism/ global (turquoise) 9. [next awakening] (coral) POST-POST- CONVENTIONAL {24up} Global 6. Global bonding: Oceanic 7. Global creativity: Flow 8. Global wisdom: Integral

24

23

Vision/ logic: Late

Socio-Cultural Evolution, Modern Investigators – Page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Alastair Taylor (~1910- ) Gerhard Lenski (1924- ) Jurgen Habermas (1929- ) Robert Bellah (~1930- ) Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics Duane Elgin (~1940- ) Consciousness of cultural epochs Harry Gardiner (1943- ) Cross-cultural waves of development Jay Earley (~1950- )

Increasing Development

Levels of Social Or- AGE/Techno-Ecoganization nomic Base

Cultural Epochs

Scarce resources

Spiral Dynamics

Cultural Epochs 6. GLOBAL CONSCIOUSNESS {22-up}

22

Vision/logic:Middle

WORLD CITIZENS {22-up} 7. Systematic process/ integrative (yellow) 6. Social network/ Relativistic (green)

5. Global reconciliaton: Reflect- Integration of ive self & culture Future

21

Informational S5. Supra-nation- [QUANTUM SUB- Post-conventionMeaning Vision/ logic: Early al ATOMIC] (global- al law ization) - transition Nation-state

20

19

Formal: Late

S4. National state

Industrial RATIONAL-RE[STEEL] (Enlight- FLECTIVE (1921} enment)

Value

Modern

Self-critical, relativism 4. Urban-industriPOST- CONVENal: Dynamic TIONAL {19.523} 5. Strategic enterprise/ Individualisticachiever (orange)

Democracy, individualism 5. MODERN {1921}

18

Formal: Early

Agrarian – advanced IRON

Empire

4. MEDIEVAL {18}

17

- transition Rule/role: Late S3. Theocratic empires

MYTHIC-RATIONAL {17-18} Agrarian – simple Early state BRONZE Horticultural – advanced COPPER Conventional law MYTHOLOGICAL {14-16}

Early modern

Skill mastery Rules, regulations Gods & heroes 3. EMPIRES {1617)

16

15

Rule/role: Early - transition -

Law & order (legHistoric al security)

4. Authority/ Ab3. Agrarian: solutist-religious Depth (blue)

CONVENTIONAL {15.5-18.5} Symbolic flowering

14

Socio-Cultural Evolution, Modern Investigators – Page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Alastair Taylor (~1910- ) Gerhard Lenski (1924- ) Jurgen Habermas (1929- ) Robert Bellah (~1930- ) Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics Duane Elgin (~1940- ) Consciousness of cultural epochs Harry Gardiner (1943- ) Cross-cultural waves of development Notational systems 3. Strong-man/ Power-gods (red) Archaic Power over nature (bodily security) 2. Tribe/ Magicalanimistic (purple) 1. Archaic humans: contracted csness Digital mapping 2. Hunter-gatherer: Analog mapping Surface csness Event mapping PRECONVENTIONAL {9.514.5} Hunting, magic 1. TRIBAL {1012} Jay Earley (~1950- )

Levels of Social Or- AGE/Techno-Ecoganization nomic Base S2. Tribe, territorial Horticultural – simple NEOLITHIC

Cultural Epochs

Scarce resources

Spiral Dynamics

Cultural Epochs Villages, mythology 2. HORTICULTURAL {13-15}

13

Concept

Pre-conventional law Tribal kinship

12

Endocept Symbol - transition Hunting and gathering – advanced MESOLITHIC

11

MAGICAL-ANIMISTIC {11-13} Familiazation of male

10

Image S1. Family, clan, band Hunting and gathering – simple PALEOLITHIC

Development

Increasing

9

Impulse/ emotion

ARCHAIC {9-10}

8

- transition Exocept Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void]

Primitive

7 6 5

1. Survival band/ Instinctive (beige)

4 3 2 1

Table 7C: SOCIO-CULTURAL EVOLUTION – Spiral Dynamics 1
These Studies from Spiral Dynamics trace collective human development at the socio-cultural level. Collective development occurs in human groups of all sizes – couples, families, work groups, communities, all the way up to societies and cultures. A Society is a structured community of people bound together by similar traditions, institutions, or nationality. A Culture is the sum total of shared beliefs, customs, practices, attitudes, behaviors, and symbolic structures which undergird and connect the members of a Society. Spiral Dynamics represents one of the most detailed descriptions of socio-cultural development.
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC POSITION/ROLE CONTRIBUTION/ SIGNIFICANCE PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES (date/s)
WILBER SOURCE

Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics Levels Percent Population/ Power Political/ Social Structure Self & Culture Characteristics & Values

WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Worldviews

G: Union College psych prof. Originator of Level Theory of Personality. B: Organizational consultant. Foremost expositor and developer of Graves model. G: Sophisticated cultural stage model, used to illustrate corporate- and government-world dynamics. B: Refined model into Spiral Dynamics G: Cowan, Never Ending Quest (2005) B: Spiral Dynamics (1996), w/Cowan IP 41-2, 47-53, 204 (Category source: IP 40-42, 47-54) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top *** IP 118-19, 198,207

38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29

Development

Increasing

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber) [Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late

Constant consciousness Spirit & World Process Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} Causal unity, cessation Formless mysticism: Union with source of manifest realms Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) Subtle realm unity, luminosity

7C: Spiral Dynamics 1 – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Spiral Dynamics Levels Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Percent Population/ Power Political/ Social Structure Self & Culture Characteristics & Values WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Worldviews Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross realm Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {2830},

Increasing Development

28

Subtle (archetype): Early - transition Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Early 9. [next awakening] (coral) Collective csness, self as part of larger spiritual whole, resonance, clairvoyance, parallel worlds, cs & interactive universe, reality of spiritual realm

27 26

25

Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, gross realm unity Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} Developmentalism as World Process

24

- transition Universal holistic system, multiple levels in one conscious system, uses entire spiral. Group solutions, universal causality, entities viewed as fields, intuition, fundamental meaning/ purpose

23

Vision/ logic: Late

8. Holistic organGlobal-holistic ism/ global (turLate vision-logic quoise)

Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical

22

Vision/logic:Middle

Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic Holistic integralism (global) {2224}: Nature’s flows, functionality, flexibility, spontaneity, meld conflicting Flexibility, sponKaleidoscope of truths, personal freedom w/ considtaneity, functionnatural hierarcheration for others, authority is conality. InterdeMultiple contexts/ histories ies, systems, textual, legitimacy of all human pendent natural forms. systems. Long-term resolution, flows. boundaries, consentual interactions

21

Systematic-integrative 7. Systematic Vision/ logic: Early process/ integrat- Middle vision-lo- 1/5 gic ive (yellow) SECOND TIER

7C: Spiral Dynamics 1 – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Spiral Dynamics Levels Percent Population/ Power Political/ Social Structure Self & Culture Characteristics & Values WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Worldviews

Increasing Development

TOPIC

20

- transition -

Sensitive self/ 6. Social netrelativistic network/ Relativistic 10/15 work self (green) Early vision-logic

Integrative, open systems, networking, inclusion, affiliation, community, sharing, consensus, harCollective com- Anti-hierarchical, mony, interdependence, togetherPluralistic systems, dynamic munities: bond- egalitarian, plurness, synergy, liberate humanity ing, ecology, net- alistic, relativistPluralistic relativism {20-21} from greed/dogma, group-think, working ic. collective guilt, experience each moment, insight, empathy, listening, minimalist Static systems/ contexts Emergence from authority, liberation of ideas, autonomy, interdependence, progress, materialism, Static universal formalism sci/tech to enhance living, compet- Rational formalism {18-19} ition, winning, immediate results, WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24} entrepreneurial, socio-economic status, pragmatism, hard ball, Demythologizing, formalizing Rationalization of mythic structures Mythic–rational {16-17} All-powerful OthAncient nations. er/ Order defines Rigid social hier- values, purpose. archies, law & or- Concrete- literal, der. fundamentalist beliefs. Central Truth, order/ structure from chaos/ anarchy, stability, sacrifice, deferred gratification, practical, tried-&-true, principles, righteous- Locus of magic power is deified ness, divine plan/ guiding force, Other good/evil, reward/ punishment, control impulses, guilt, dogma, battle lines, hierarchical, Concrete-literal myths: Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} Ego omnipotence transferred to gods

19

Formal: Late 5. Strategic enterprise/ Individualisticachiever (orange) Scientific achievement/ individualistic achiever Rational-egoic Self escapes herd mentality: hypothetico-deCorporate states. ductive, experimental, mechanistic, operational.

18

Formal: Early

30/50

17 16

- transition Rule/role: Late

15

Rule/role: Early

4. Authority/ Ab- Conformist rule solutist-religious Mythic- member- 40/30 (blue) ship

14

- transition -

13

Concept

7C: Spiral Dynamics 1 – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC Spiral Dynamics Levels Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Percent Population/ Power Political/ Social Structure Feudal empires: power, glory. Mythic spirits, beasts/ dragons. Self & Culture Self distinct from tribe: powerful, impulsive, egocentric, heroic. Mythic spirits, beasts/ dragons. Characteristics & Values WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Worldviews

12

Endocept

3. Strong-man/ Power gods Power-gods (red) Mythic-magic

20/5

Respect, reputation, gratify imOmnipotence of ego challenged, pulses, fight relentlessly, no guilt, security life a jungle, vengeance, blood Magic-mythic {12-13} sport, many subjugated have-nots Ego is locus of magic power Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic Magical (typhonic) {10-11}

11 10

Symbol - transition Image

9

Impulse/ emotion

Animistic- tri2. Tribe/ Magicalbalistic animistic (purple) Typhonic-magic

10/1

Ethnic tribe.

Development

Increasing

Identity fused Allegiance to elders/ community/ with tribe. Anim- village, obey mystical spirits, cusistic: magical toms, clans, sacred places/ objects/ ‘Self-object’ spirits give bless- rituals, band for safety, magic/enings, curses, chantment, harmony with nature’s spells. power Subject-object fusions Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment Archaic-magical {7-9}

8 7 6

- transition Exocept Perception Archaic- in1. Survival band/ stinctual Instinctive Uroboric (beige) FIRST TIER Kinship, survival band. bands. Identity fused Habits, instincts with kin. just to perpetuate life. Subconscious nature, body, indistinguishable from world

5

Sensation

0.1/0

Undifferentiated, pleromatic Archaic {5-6} EGOCENTRIC {5-13}

4 3 2 1

Matter: Molecular, polymer Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void]

Table 7D: SOCIO-CULTURAL EVOLUTION – Spiral Dynamics 2
These Studies from Spiral Dynamics trace collective human development at the socio-cultural level. Collective development occurs in human groups of all sizes – couples, families, work groups, communities, all the way up to societies and cultures. A Society is a structured community of people bound together by similar traditions, institutions, or nationality. A Culture is the sum total of shared beliefs, customs, practices, attitudes, behaviors, and symbolic structures which undergird and connect the members of a Society. Spiral Dynamics represents one of the most detailed descriptions of socio-cultural development.
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC POSITION/ROLE CONTRIBUTION/ SIGNIFICANCE PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES (date/s)
WILBER SOURCE

Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) VMeme Codes VMeme Webs Underlying Processes Object of worship Administrators of worship Accessories to worship Today’s Society

WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Worldviews

G: Union College psych prof. Originator of Level Theory of Personality. B: Organizational consultant. Foremost expositor and developer of Graves model. G: Sophisticated cultural stage model, used to illustrate corporate- and government-world dynamics. B: Refined model into Spiral Dynamics G: Cowan, Never Ending Quest (2005) B: Spiral Dynamics (1996), w/Cowan IP 41-2, 47-53, 204 (Category source: IP IP 118-19, 198,207

Development

Increasing

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber) [Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle Non-dual: Early - transition Causal: Late Causal (formless): Early - transition Subtle: Late

40-42, 47-54)

*** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top ***

38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29

Constant consciousness Spirit & World Process Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} Causal unity, cessation Formless mysticism: Union with source of manifest realms Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) Subtle realm unity, luminosity

7D: Spiral Dynamics 2 – page 2
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) VMeme Codes VMeme Webs Underlying Processes Object of worship Administrators of worship Accessories to worship Today’s Society WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Worldviews Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross realm Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {2830},

Increasing Development

TOPIC Subtle (archetype): Early - transition Psychic: Late

28

27 26

25

Psychic (vision): Early

9. Coral: Next awakening

True God, Spirit

Saints, realized beings, guiding lights, poets

Translucents, vibrational mediAltar, meditation cine, ESP, chancushion neling, miracle healing, paradox resolution

Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, gross realm unity Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} Developmentalism as World Process

24

- transition 8, Turquoise: Balanced interlocking forces, reorder life’s chaos GlobalView: Broad systhesis/ Flowing, multirenewal, holistic/ tudinous experiential

23

Vision/ logic: Late

Organism

Bioneers, Esalen, intelligent design, integral Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical psychology, Gaia, quantum physics Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic Holistic integralism (global) {2224}: Ecology, appropriate technology, cultural creInformation net- atives, McMultiple contexts/ histories work Donough, biomimicry, permaculture, quality of life

22

Vision/logic:Middle

21

FlexFlow: Qualit7. Yellow: Danger ies/ responsibilit- Flexible, integraties of being, sys- ive, knowledge- System Vision/ logic: Early of collapse, responsibility-free tematic integrat- based ive

Systems theorists

7D: Spiral Dynamics 2 – page 3
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) VMeme Codes VMeme Webs Underlying Processes Object of worship Administrators of worship Accessories to worship Today’s Society WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Worldviews

Increasing Development

TOPIC

20

- transition -

HumanBond: 6. Green: Shared Community, harCommunity, hu- Ecologists, com- Nature gear, habitat, humanExperiential, conmony, equality. manity, social munal concommunal kitity, community, sensual Relativistic/ sostructures, Gaia science reps chen personal growth ciocentric

Co-ops, Peace Corps volunteers, socialism, children’s rights, sensitivity training, natural foods, animal Pluralistic systems, dynamic rights, victim Pluralistic relativism {20-21} classes, cultural diversity, magical child, universal health care, affirmative action, Olympic Village, wellness, REI Static systems/ contexts Silicon Valley, genetic engineer- Static universal formalism ing, hi-tech lifeRational formalism {18-19} style, James WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24} Bond, Wall Street, GQ Demythologizing, formalizing Rationalization of mythic structures Mythic–rational {16-17}

19

Formal: Late 5. Orange: Alternatives, opportunities, options for success StriveDrive: Success, autonomy, materialistic/ achiever Achievement-oriented, Success, money, Communications Tech gear, car, autonomy-seek- superstars media perks ing, strategic

18

Formal: Early

17 16

- transition Rule/role: Late

15

Rule/role: Early

Multi-national corporations, social engineering, Scripture, com- fundamentalists, 4. Blue: Divinelymandments, Amish, Boy TruthForce: Sta- Purposeful, concontrolled, purDominant social Prophets, priests, codes, duties, Scouts, Marxists, Locus of magic power is deified bility, purpose, trolling, authoritposeful, authorgod, ideology teachers constitutions, Black Muslims, Other absolutist/ saintly arian, traditions ity, guilt, do right treaties, law, tra- orthodox Jews, ditions, honor Zionists, Palm Springs, Al Anon, 12-Step, Newtonian physics

7D: Spiral Dynamics 2 – page 4
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC VMeme Codes VMeme Webs Underlying Processes Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Object of worship Administrators of worship Accessories to worship Today’s Society WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Worldviews Concrete-literal myths: Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} Ego omnipotence transferred to gods 3. Red: Rough, harsh, fight to survive, conquest, heroic action Myths, empowered weapons, war games, prizes, spoils, vehicle Warlords, neonazis, Black Panthers, street Omnipotence of ego challenged, gangs, rock consecurity certs, union Magic-mythic {12-13} bosses, NFL teams, Mafia dons Ego is locus of magic power Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic Magical (typhonic) {10-11} Mardi Gras revelers, little league teams, herbalists, Hare Krish‘Self-object’ nas, SWAT teams, Masonic lodges, jazz clubs, herbalists Subject-object fusions Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment Archaic-magical {7-9}

14

- transition -

13

Concept

12

Endocept

PowerGods: Power, action, egocentric/ exploitive

Exploitive, power-seeking

Gods, heroes, Priests, comstrongmen, conmanders quests, Big Me

10

Development

11

Increasing

Symbol - transition Image

9

Impulse/ emotion

2. Purple: Mystery, fear, placate spirits, join together

KinSpirits: Safety, security, Circular, cyclic animistic/ tribalistic

Animistic spirits, Shamans, mediEnchantment, ancestors, natur- cine men, magirituals al phenomena cians, elders

8 7 6

- transition Exocept Perception

7D: Spiral Dynamics 2 – page 5
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC VMeme Codes VMeme Webs Underlying Processes Clare Graves (1914-86) Don Beck (~1940- ) Object of worship Administrators of worship Accessories to worship Today’s Society WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Worldviews

5

Sensation

1. Beige: State of SurvivalSense: nature, instincts, Stay alive, auto- Survival animal impulses matic/ instinctive

Instincts, drives, Necessity biological needs

Weapons, body parts

Green berets, street people, playground bul- Undifferentiated, pleromatic lies, alzheimer’s Archaic {5-6} patients, EGOCENTRIC {5-13} refugees, Rambo, Yojimbo

4 3 2 1

Matter: Molecular, polymer Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic - transition [Before matter/ Void]

Table 8: PROCESSES OF GROWTH AND TRANSFORMATION
These Studies (primarily by Wilber) trace the sequence of potential Pathologies and corresponding Processes of treatment at each Stage of development. Pathologies are the obstacles, impediments, diversions, and distortions that can cause the growth process to go wrong. Processes are the activities, techniques, or therapies which overcome those Pathologies.
CONTRIBUTOR/ INVESTIGATOR (birth/death dates) TOPIC POSITION/ROLE John Gedo (~1930- ) Therapy Models Prolific Chicago psychoanalyst. Ken Wilber (~1950- ) Fulcrums Ken Wilber [Fulcrum transitions] Ken Wilber [Fulcrum transition pathologies] Ken Wilber Defenses (Mental disorders) Ken Wilber Treatment (Processes, modalities) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES Chakras Self-sense: (TRADITIONAL & GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions)

Higher Development

Effective therapy thru CONTRIBUTION/ use of multiple modSIGNIFICANCE els PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES (date/s)
WILBER SOURCE

IP 96, 197 (treatment IP 92-100,102-8, column) 197,205

IP 93, 96-97

IP 93, 96-97

IP 92-98, 197

IP 98-100, 197

IP 16-17, 199

IP 117, 197

FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCE (Wilber)
38 37 36 35

(Category source: IP 92-100, 102-08) *** Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top *** [00. AFTER DEATH] {37-38}

[Beyond consciousness/ Divine] - transition Non-dual: Late Non-dual: Middle

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Non-dual: Early

[10. NON-DUAL] {34-36}

Path of siddhas. Always/ already accomplished in present moment. Nondual mysticism. Arhat’s disease

(Release of all Chakras in the Real)

10. Non-dual

33 32

- transition Causal: Late

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Causal (formless): Early

Soul grows quiet, 9. CAUSAL (spir- rests. Witness reit) {31-33} leases hold, dissolves.

Path of sages. Pure emptiness, Failed differentidissolve subjectation object dualism. Causal Formless mysticism.

9. Witness (pure Self)

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- transition Subtle: Late Soul emerges permanently into 8. SUBTLE {26.5csness. Interme30} diary between self & spirit Archetypal fragmentation Path of saints. Deep psychic & subtle. Audible ilFailed integration luminations, haSubtle loes of light & sound. Deity mysticism.

(Higher Chakras SPIRIT {29.5-beyto cessation) ond}

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Subtle (archetype): Early

8. Subtle Self (Soul)

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- transition Yogic illness Pranic disorder Path of shamans/ yogis. EnSplit-life goals ergy currents in Psychic inflation gross realm & Psychic gross bodymind. Nature mysticism. Sahasrara.

7. Sahasrara: Transcendental consciousness, light

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Psychic: Late

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Psychic (vision): Early

Transpersonal 7. PSYCHIC (soul) domain comes {23.5-26.5} into focus

WISDOM (crown of head) {257. Psychic Self beyond}

24 23 22

- transition Vision/ logic: Late Vision/logic:Middle Bad faith Aborted self- actualization

6. Psychic mind: SOUL {22.5-30} vision (Ajna)

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Vision/ logic: Early

6. INTEGRATED (centaur) {2123.5}

Inauthenticity Deadening Existential

Existential therapy

VISIONARY 6. Centaur (exTHOUGHT (brow, istential, integthird eye) {21rated Self) 24}

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- transition Formal: Late 5. MATURE EGO (rational reflexive) {16.5-20} Identity crisis. Self-reflexive ego Role confusion. emerges, shift Shift to self-defrom conformist rived universal to individualist principles Sublimation Anticipation Suppression Ego

5. Verbal-rational mind CENTAUR {1924} EXPRESSION 5. Mature ego (throat) {18-20} 4. Communitymind: love Covert intentions Shift to roles and rules of society. Script pathology: 4. ROLE SELF Duplicitous transPrescriptive mor- False, misleading (persona) {13.5action Script analysis ality. Often dis- scripts, stories, 16.5} Script played in traits of myths mythic gods Displacement Reaction formation 3. Intential-mind: 3b. Conceptpower Self

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Formal: Early

Introspection

Introspection

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- transition Rule/role: Late

4c. Mythic - late 4b. Mythic middle EGO {16-20} 4a. Mythic (membershipSelf) – early

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Rule/role: Early

LOVE (heart) {15-17}

14 13

- transition Concept

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Endocept

Interpretation

Differentiation: Fusion with emoConceptual mind 3. MENTAL SELF tional self. Isolation emerges, differ(self-concept) Integration: Re- Repression entiates from {10.5-13.5} pressions of Neurosis emotional body emotional self (classic neurosis)

3a. Name-Self POWER (solar PERSONA {12plexus) {12-14} 17}

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Symbol - transition Image Splitting Narcissism (othIdentity switches ers as extensions from fusion with of self) material body to Boundary disProjection identity with orders (invasion, emotional-feeling disruption of body boundaries) Self/object fusion Borderline psychosis 1c. Axial body Wish fulfillment Hallucination Delusional projection Pacification Can’t tell where Differentiates body ends, world 1. PHYSICAL SELF body from envir- begins. Can’t tell {3-7} onment fantasy from reality. Distortion Psychosis Medication/ pacification 1. Material SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8} 1a. Pleromatic MATERIAL SELF {2.5-6} 1b. Uroboric BODY EGO {5.512} 2b. Magical (Image-body) Structurebuilding: Build self’s boundaries, strengthen ego. 2. Emotionalsexual 2a. Typhonic SEXUALITY (gen- (Pranic-body) itals) {9-11}

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8 7 6 5

4

3

Development

Impulse/ emotion

Unification Optimal disillusion

2. EMOTIONAL SELF {8-10.5}

Higher

- transition Exocept Perception Sensation Matter: Molecular, polymer

Matter: Atomic

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