Introduction to Integral Theory
March 4, 6:30-8:00pm
$10 preregistered/prepaid. $15 at the door.
Learning about levels of development can give us an understanding and compassion for ourselves and for others. It can also give us hope, especially during contentious times when everything around us seems to be clashing or disintegrating. By understanding that people are at different levels of emotional, mental, and spiritual maturity, we can work towards a meaningful resolution of our conflicts, whether they be personal, cultural, political, or religious.
This presentation will introduce you to the precepts and framework of Ken Wilber’s Integral Theory, which outlines an integrated model of human development through science and religion, Eastern and Western philosophy, and pre-modern, modern, and post-modern worldviews, as part of the human evolutionary process.
Melissa Schultz’s interest in holistic systems that incorporate body, mind and spirit led her to pursue studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2004. She was a student of Richard Rohr’s Center for Action and Contemplation Living School in Albuquerque, New Mexico, from 2016-2018. Using the insights of world medicine and the perennial wisdom for healing of humanity, Melissa practices acupuncture and Chinese Herbalism in Rochester Minnesota. She is a Cojourner with the Rochester Franciscans.