Class 1.8 of the PDC+++ Course
What is the Integral
Model & how does it
work? + why is it so
significant for this
time in ...
The Integral Model
A map of our Consciousness
States & Levels
Lines & Types
Quadrants
Applications
PDC+++
class1.8
The Integral Model
A map of our Consciousness
States & Levels
Lines & Types
Quadrants
Applications
PDC+++
class1.8
a video by Michael Mueller
www.PermaCultureScience.org
There are many different perspectives
in the world, many of them apparently
contradictory ...
For the first time in history we have access to
all human cultures & their knowledge
All perspectives have
something to contribute,
they may all contain some
piece of the truth
Nobody is so
intelligent as
to...
It's not about finding the
correct perspective
But about finding how all of these
perspectives fit
Without eliminating any...
4 Steps of the Scientific Method
• Experimentation
• Hypothesis (a model) > Theory
• Observation
• Prediction
"How can we collect all
the essential elements of
each perspective &
construct with this a map
of human development?"
Ken ...
We start with putting all
perspectives on top of the table:
sciences, spiritual traditions, philosophical
currents ...
then take a
wider
perspective &
look for any
patterns
& we obtain a
map that is a
perspective
of
perspectives
(meta-model)
Integral
Operating
System or
"AQAL"
(All Quadrants, All
Lines, etc. -
states, types,
levels)
What is it for?
Always
remember:
The map is
not the
territory
The Integral Model
A map of our Consciousness
States & Levels
Lines & Types
Quadrants
Applications
PDC+++
class1.8
States of
consciousness
ZZZZZZZ ZZZZZZ
every individual, every day, journeys through the great states of
consciousness: wa...
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Consensual
Reality
Dream level
Essence
We have
access to all
states at any
level
Levels of
development
The levels of
development
are stages on
the social,
psychological
or
organizational
evolution.
They are disposed in “holarchies”:
Each level includes and transcends the previous ones
But! Watch out for the
"pre-trans ...
Some examples of
levels of
development
Maturity
Continuum
or
natural succession
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Child >...
All are natural
successions!!
The Integral Model
A map of our Consciousness
States & Levels
Lines & Types
Quadrants
Applications
PDC+++
class1.8
Lines
Lines are
"intelligences"
or abilities that
we develop to
different levels
The
Integral
Psychograph
The idea of the lines of
development is inspired
by Howard Gardner's
theory of the Multiple
Intelligences
However, the RC ...
If we have more
patterns in a line
than others,
those prevent us
from developing
this potential.
+ knowledge and
experienc...
Types
Types are present at any
level, state, or line.
Permaculture
“types” :-)
Fairies Trolls
The Integral Model
A map of our Consciousness
States & Levels
Lines & Types
Quadrants
Applications
PDC+++
class1.8
Quadrants
Brandy Agerbeck
System
(how the whole works,
dynamic)
Physical
(description of its
components)
Inner life
(enlightened "?)
Social Life
("F...
DESIGN is the
beneficial asociation of
all ot these components
SOCIAL
People, culture,
finance, commerce, etc.
ABSTRACT
ti...
The Integral Model
A map of our Consciousness
States & Levels
Lines & Types
Quadrants
Applications
PDC+++
class1.8
What are its
applications?
Why is it so
significant for this
stage in history?
1) Integrate
2) Complete
3) Facilitation
4)...
¡Integrate!
Explain how the various sciences,
philosophies, world views, etc..
COMPLEMENT
and how they fit
And its various...
Goodness, Truth & Beauty
Arts
1st person
Me
Morality
2nd person
Us, culture
Science
3rd person
It, nature
BEAUTY,
the pull...
Study of the quadrants from the interiors and the exteriors
GOODNESS
BEAUTY
T
R
U
T
H
Individual Interior
Self and consciousness
values, thoughts, feelings,
self-concept
Individual Exterior
Brain and behavior...
Completes
It helps us consider ALL possible
facets of an issue
IT'S A THINKING TOOL
& one for being
more effective we all ...
Eg. analyzing death of fish ...
Cultural study & scale of
values
Ecological & social
evaluation
Conduct & physiological
an...
Facilitating
Facilitating is directing the
attention of a group toward forms of
thinking or parts of the whole which
are c...
Geography
draw an imaginary map on the floor ...
classify people in
order to create
more fertile
connections
Horoscopes
Facilitating
& other
typologi
es
Eneagram
Permaculture
Designers
Designers
Designers
Designers
Designers
Designers
Fairies
Trolls
Facilitating
Peace in the
World
Being conscious that the different
memes
"can't see each other" ...
if there is a 'memetic conflict'
>>...
Confidence
from having more complete maps
Succession
expanding consciousness, offering
maps Which type of
Globalization?
Class 1.8 of the PDC+++ Course
What is the Integral
Model & how does it
work? + why is it so
significant for this
time in ...
PDC+++ Module 1 Class 8
PDC+++ Module 1 Class 8
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What is the Integral Model & how does it work? Why is it so significant for this time in history?
In this class we study the integral model in depth & ask why it could be one of the most important maps for directing us in the creation of more sustainable human societies.
Integral theory is an all-inclusive framework that draws on the key insights of the world’s greatest knowledge traditions.
The awareness gained from drawing on all truths and perspectives allows the Integral thinker to bring new depth, clarity and compassion to every level of human endeavor — from unlocking individual potential to finding new approaches to global-scale problems.

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  • Pensar en una hipótesis que puede ser falsificada, y diseñar experimentos para hacerlo, es el marco de un cienciado verdadero.
    (ej. orina / sombra / agua, etc. .. en crecimiento de verduras)
    importante los experimentos de CONTROL
    .....
    Popper argued that scientific knowledge advanced most reliably by the development and refutation of hypotheses - much more reliably than by the accretion of evidence in support of theories. The principle of refutation put forward by the philosopher Karl Popper, in his books The Logic of Scientific Discovery and Conjectures and Refutations, is my choice. (of what I would teach the world about science).
    He said you cannot prove that all swans are white by counting white swans, but you can prove that not all swans are white by counting one black swan.
    Dr Robert Maynard Senior medical officer at the UK Department of Health Popper's approach is now accepted, in principle, by many scientists.
    And yet much research is still based upon induction - upon the collection of facts to support our ideas.
    Erecting hypotheses that can be falsified, and designing experiments capable of doing so, is the hallmark of the true scientist.
    In fact, it distinguishes the scientist from the non-scientist
  • PDC+++ Module 1 Class 8

    1. 1. Class 1.8 of the PDC+++ Course What is the Integral Model & how does it work? + why is it so significant for this time in history? In this class we explore the integral model in more depth & ask why it could be one of the most important maps in order to orient us in the creation of human societies which are more sustainable.
    2. 2. The Integral Model A map of our Consciousness States & Levels Lines & Types Quadrants Applications PDC+++ class1.8
    3. 3. The Integral Model A map of our Consciousness States & Levels Lines & Types Quadrants Applications PDC+++ class1.8
    4. 4. a video by Michael Mueller www.PermaCultureScience.org
    5. 5. There are many different perspectives in the world, many of them apparently contradictory ...
    6. 6. For the first time in history we have access to all human cultures & their knowledge
    7. 7. All perspectives have something to contribute, they may all contain some piece of the truth Nobody is so intelligent as to be wrong 100% of the time Suppositions
    8. 8. It's not about finding the correct perspective But about finding how all of these perspectives fit Without eliminating any one, but putting each one in its place
    9. 9. 4 Steps of the Scientific Method • Experimentation • Hypothesis (a model) > Theory • Observation • Prediction
    10. 10. "How can we collect all the essential elements of each perspective & construct with this a map of human development?" Ken Wilber asked himself: Pattern - Spotting
    11. 11. We start with putting all perspectives on top of the table: sciences, spiritual traditions, philosophical currents ...
    12. 12. then take a wider perspective & look for any patterns
    13. 13. & we obtain a map that is a perspective of perspectives (meta-model)
    14. 14. Integral Operating System or "AQAL" (All Quadrants, All Lines, etc. - states, types, levels)
    15. 15. What is it for? Always remember: The map is not the territory
    16. 16. The Integral Model A map of our Consciousness States & Levels Lines & Types Quadrants Applications PDC+++ class1.8
    17. 17. States of consciousness ZZZZZZZ ZZZZZZ every individual, every day, journeys through the great states of consciousness: waking, dreaming, and deep sleep.
    18. 18. ZZ ZZZ Consensual Reality Dream level Essence
    19. 19. We have access to all states at any level
    20. 20. Levels of development The levels of development are stages on the social, psychological or organizational evolution.
    21. 21. They are disposed in “holarchies”: Each level includes and transcends the previous ones But! Watch out for the "pre-trans fallacy"! All levels are necessary HOLON: A term coined by Arthur Koestler. In Integral Theory, a holon refers to a whole that is simultaneously part of another whole, or “whole/part.” Whole atoms are parts of whole molecules, which themselves are parts of whole cells, and so on. There are individual holons and social holons.
    22. 22. Some examples of levels of development
    23. 23. Maturity Continuum or natural succession D e p e n d e n c e I n d e p e n d e n c e I n t e r d e p e n d e n c e Child > Adolescent > Adult > Psychological development Citizen > SELF- RESPONSIBILITY CO- OPERATIONPC DIRECTIVES >
    24. 24. All are natural successions!!
    25. 25. The Integral Model A map of our Consciousness States & Levels Lines & Types Quadrants Applications PDC+++ class1.8
    26. 26. Lines Lines are "intelligences" or abilities that we develop to different levels
    27. 27. The Integral Psychograph
    28. 28. The idea of the lines of development is inspired by Howard Gardner's theory of the Multiple Intelligences However, the RC model talks about a single type of intelligence that supports us in everything Are the two models compatible?
    29. 29. If we have more patterns in a line than others, those prevent us from developing this potential. + knowledge and experience also are important
    30. 30. Types Types are present at any level, state, or line.
    31. 31. Permaculture “types” :-) Fairies Trolls
    32. 32. The Integral Model A map of our Consciousness States & Levels Lines & Types Quadrants Applications PDC+++ class1.8
    33. 33. Quadrants Brandy Agerbeck
    34. 34. System (how the whole works, dynamic) Physical (description of its components) Inner life (enlightened "?) Social Life ("Frog's Culture", Life Cycle)
    35. 35. DESIGN is the beneficial asociation of all ot these components SOCIAL People, culture, finance, commerce, etc. ABSTRACT time, Ethics, data, Models, etc. SITE Landscape, water, climate, fauna, flora, etc. ENERGY technologies, structures, connections The left or internal quadrants in AQAL The right or external quadrants in AQAL AQAL = All Quadrants All Levels ... Etc. = The Integral Model (Ken Wilber) Permaculture is by DEFINITION an Integral Science
    36. 36. The Integral Model A map of our Consciousness States & Levels Lines & Types Quadrants Applications PDC+++ class1.8
    37. 37. What are its applications? Why is it so significant for this stage in history? 1) Integrate 2) Complete 3) Facilitation 4) World Peace 5) Confidence 6) accelerate the Natural succession!
    38. 38. ¡Integrate! Explain how the various sciences, philosophies, world views, etc.. COMPLEMENT and how they fit And its various sub- classifications more complete map useful) of the reality
    39. 39. Goodness, Truth & Beauty Arts 1st person Me Morality 2nd person Us, culture Science 3rd person It, nature BEAUTY, the pull from the centre TRUTH, the pull from the circumference GOODNESS, inclusive transcendence
    40. 40. Study of the quadrants from the interiors and the exteriors GOODNESS BEAUTY T R U T H
    41. 41. Individual Interior Self and consciousness values, thoughts, feelings, self-concept Individual Exterior Brain and behavior behavior, appearance, body language, tone of voice Collective Interior Culture and Worldviews shared values​​, culture, paradigms, ethics Collective Exterior Social Systems and environment systems, structures, laws, norms, social interactions Marxism Buddhism Hygienism Catholicism Physics “New age” GOODNESS BEAUTY T R U T H
    42. 42. Completes It helps us consider ALL possible facets of an issue IT'S A THINKING TOOL & one for being more effective we all have our "pet quadrants!" & the tendency to look at the world from there (only or mostly) well used ... it can OPEN OUR MINDS
    43. 43. Eg. analyzing death of fish ... Cultural study & scale of values Ecological & social evaluation Conduct & physiological analysis Psychological & phenomenological analysis Emotions, feeling of identity, Beliefs Empirical, Chemical, Biological Environmental Political Educational Economic Philosophical Ethical Religious Cultural
    44. 44. Facilitating Facilitating is directing the attention of a group toward forms of thinking or parts of the whole which are considered most useful to focus on in that moment ... we can play with types in order to unite a group, to classify& other functions ...
    45. 45. Geography draw an imaginary map on the floor ... classify people in order to create more fertile connections
    46. 46. Horoscopes Facilitating & other typologi es Eneagram
    47. 47. Permaculture Designers Designers Designers Designers Designers Designers Fairies Trolls Facilitating
    48. 48. Peace in the World Being conscious that the different memes "can't see each other" ... if there is a 'memetic conflict' >> send 'em home .. >> communicate to each in their language >> accelerate natural succession Keep well in mind the different world-views in order to create
    49. 49. Confidence from having more complete maps
    50. 50. Succession expanding consciousness, offering maps Which type of Globalization?
    51. 51. Class 1.8 of the PDC+++ Course What is the Integral Model & how does it work? + why is it so significant for this time in history? In this class we explore the integral model in more depth & ask why it could be one of the most important maps in order to orient us in the creation of human societies which are more sustainable.

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