Fintan Dunne (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fri, 21 Aug 1998 13:27:03 +0100
> He wouldn't argue with me because I was
> speaking trans-rationally, which he saw only as irrational.
> A good lens to view this problem of the stranglehold of rationality is
> via the work of Ken Wilber. I say this to this group every now and
> again, but clearly no one who writes frequently is familiar with his
> work. There's a couple of URL's I can send if there's interest. The
> clarity is amazing.....
> If you see the universe as Spirit unfolding, in a perpetual process of
> self-recognition, where all is Spirit, this makes it clearer. All is Spirit.
Well said Andy!
I would be interested to hear your definition of
trans-rational thinking as I am using a thought
process myself which sounds similar.
Please do forward references to me on Ken Wilber as I am keen to
follow this angle up.
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