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 Wrench on levels, lines, and integral

For viewers, the notion of levels and lines can help explain that sometimes jarring experience of encountering a fabulous artist who is also a miserable human being: How could Leni Riefenstahl revolutionize cinema yet glamorize the Nazis? Understanding levels and lines can help a viewer “free” an artist by limiting them. In other words, you become a better critic when you can acknowledge any failures an artist might have as a human being without trashing their achievements as an artist.

Matt Rentschler

Source: AQAL Journal, page 51-52, Vol. 1, No. 1

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