integral

A Quote by Ken Wilber on conscious, business, awake, mindful, and integral

Conscious means "having an awareness of one's inner and outer worlds; mentally perceptive, awake, mindful."

So "conscious business" might mean, engaging in an occupation, work, or trade in a mindful, awake fashion. This implies, of course, that many people do not do so. In my experience, that is often the case. So I would definitely be in favor of conscious business; or conscious anything, for that matter.

Ken Wilber

Source: Foreword to The Spirit of Conscious Business, Fred Kofman

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A Quote by Fred on response-ability and integral

Response-ability is the source of power and integrity, the power to influence your situation and the integrity to do so in alignment with your values.

Fred Kofman

Source: Conscious Business, Pages: 32

Contributed by: Gaia Team

A Quote by Fred on response-ability and integral

Unconditional response-ability is self-empowering.  It lets you focus on those aspects of the situation that you can influence.  When you play cards, you have no control over the hand you are dealt.  If you spend all your time complaining and making excuses for your cards, you will feel disempowered and will most likely lose the game.  But if you see yourself as having a choice in how to play those cards, your feelings will change.  You will have a sense of possibility.  Even if you don’t win, you can always do your best with the cards you’ve got.

Fred Kofman

Source: Conscious Business, Pages: 32

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A Quote by Fred on response-ability and integral

Response-ability is not guilt.  You are not responsible for your circumstances; you are response-able in the face of your circumstances.

Fred Kofman

Source: Conscious Business, Pages: 32

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A Quote by Ken Wilber on integral, states, waking, dreaming, deep sleep, spiritual, and enlightenment

In a special sense… the three great natural states of waking, dreaming, and deep sleep contain an entire spectrum of spiritual enlightenment.

Ken Wilber

Source: AQAL Journal, page 4, Vol. 1, No. 1

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A Quote by Ken Wilber on integral, intelligence, and lines

Human beings have a variety of intelligences, such as cognitive intelligence, emotional intelligence, musical intelligence, kinesthetic intelligence, and so on. Most people excel in one or two of those, but do poorly in the others. This is not necessarily or even usually a bad thing; part of Integral wisdom is finding where one excels and thus where one can best offer the world one’s deepest gifts.

Ken Wilber

Source: AQAL Journal, pp. 8-9, Vol. 1, No. 1

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A Quote by Ken Wilber on integral, lines, intelligence, and development

To be “integrally developed” does not mean that you have to excel in all the known intelligences, or that all of your lines have to be at level 3. But it does mean that you develop a very good sense of what your own psychograph is actually like, so that with a much more Integral self-image you can plan your future development.

Ken Wilber

Source: Source: AQAL Journal, page 11, Vol. 1, No. 1

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A Quote by Timothy H. Warneka on emotional intelligence, leadership, integral, harmony, emotions, engagement, and organizations

"Harmonious Emotional Engagement is the tool that allows leaders to take

full advantage of these three simple but profound principles:


People respond emotionally to every situation that occurs in an
organization.

People's negative emotions reduce their performance in an organization.

People's positive emotions enhance their performance in an organization."

Timothy Warneka

Source: Leading People the Black Belt Way: Conquering the Five Core Problems Facing Leaders Today, Pages: 8

Contributed by: Transfinite Turtles

A Quote by Timothy H. Warneka on leadership, core problems, problems facing leaders, and integral

 

Throughout my years of working with individuals and organizations, and

as a result of my two-and-a-half year journey of researching and writing

this book, I have discovered the Five Core Problems that leaders face

today. They are:


1. Organizations pay an enormous price when leaders ignore

emotions.

2. Organizations suffer when leaders mistakenly believe there is only

one right way to lead people.

3. Organizations fail when leaders refuse to believe there are wrong

ways to lead people.

4. Organizations flounder when leaders think that there are easy

answers to leading people.

5. Organizations lose viability when they follow the old structures that

serve people at the top first.

Timothy Warneka

Source: Leading People the Black Belt Way: Conquering the Five Core Problems Facing Leaders Today, Pages: xxx

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A Quote by David Schnarch on relationships, hugging, relaxed, differentiation, and integral

Hugging till relaxed is elegant and simple. THe basics require four sentences: stand on your own two feet. Put your arms around your partner. Focus on yourself. Quiet yourself down - way down.

The real power of hugging till relaxed comes in realizing that it's both a window offering a clear view of the level of differentiation in your relationship and a useful tool for developing more differentiation. It's a perfect example of using touch to grow yourself up by learning to enjoy togetherness and separateness...

Differentiation is your ability to stand on your own two feet, physically and emotionally, when you are close to others. It allows you to stay close while your partner 'bounces off the wall.' If you can quiet yourself while your partner is flooding with anxiety, you don't have to move away or make him or her feel differently in order to control your own emotions. You can stay near - all you need to do is calm yourself down.

David Schnarch

Source: Passionate Marriage

Contributed by: Siona

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