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Tables for an Integral view of multiple systems of psychology and spirituality and their related aspects to experiencing them and the expansion of consciousness.

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    • KEN WILBER’S FAMOUS TABLES Revised from Integral Psychology1 Permission is granted to use, revise, and improve these Tables for non-profit purposes -- provided attribution is given to Hugh & Kaye Martin and to Whole Life Advisory, and provided that a copy of modifications and intended use are sent to the addresses below. 1. Correlative Structures a. The Fundamental Developmental Sequence (FDS) b. Wilber c. Investigators other than Wilber 2. Spectrum of Consciousness a. East and Ancient b. Westerners (incl. Eastern influence) 3. Stages of Life Development 4. Stages of Psychological Development a. Fundamental needs b. Sexuality c. Affect & Emotions d. Ego / Proximate Self e. Leadership f. Cognition i. Classic Investigators ii. Modern Investigators g. Art, Aesthetics, & Creativity h. Ethics/Morality i. Principles ii. Perspectives –- Wilber iii. Perspectives -- Modern Investigators i. Worldviews 5. Stages and Structures of Physical Development 6. Spiritual Stages and States a. Eastern Mystics b. Christian Mystics (West/East) c. Classic Western Investigators d. Modern Western Investigators 7. Stages of Socio-cultural Evolution a. Wilber and Classic Investigators b. Modern Investigators c. Spiral Dynamics 1 d. Spiral Dynamics 2 8. Processes of Growth and Transformation1 Key. CAPS followed by field brackets { } = STAGE COMPRISING SEVERAL ROWS + {Range of rows included in that stage}.Bold followed by field brackets { } = Second set of ranges. Normal brackets [ ] = Editor additions or emendations.Sources for each contributor and category = Works of Ken Wilber + page number. Page numbers: Non-italic=major text reference;italic=charts. Works: IP=Integral Psychology; ES=Eye of the Spirit; BHE=Brief History of Everything. Hugh & Kaye Martin * Whole Life Advisory * P.O. Box 1736 * Sebastopol, CA 95473 (707) 874-9799 * MartinHughCo@Gmail.com COPYRIGHT 2007
    • Table 1A: CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES – Fundamental Developmental Sequence (FDS) return to topThe basic structural element of Wilber’s Tables is the Fundamental Developmental Sequence (FDS) – a series of 38 Steps which trace increasing complexity, development, or evolution within asystem. These Steps are in turn consolidated into a set of 12 Stages (and States). Steps are indicated by the numbers in the left-hand column; Stages and States are indicated by bands of colorcomprising several rows. CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR (1950- ) (1950- ) (birth/death dates) TOPIC Fundamental Developmental Sequence Wilber source (definition of terms) POSITION/ROLE CONTRIBUTION/ SIGNIFICANCE PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES (date/s) WILBER SOURCE: Study Category IP 197-217 left column FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) [Beyond con- sciousness/ Divine] [Beyond consciousness] 38 Higher Development 37 - transition - [Relinquishment of consciousness] 36 Non-dual: Late Constant consciousness 35 Non-dual: Middle Spirit and World Process 34 Non-dual: Early Non-dual mysticism – union of form and form- less 33 - transition - Merging of consciousness with Creator 32 Causal: Late Cessation -- union with the source of all manifest realms Causal (formless): Formless mysticism – awareness of the source 31 Early of consciousness Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 1A: Correlative Structures, Fundamental Developmental Sequence – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR (1950- ) (1950- ) (birth/death dates) TOPIC Fundamental Developmental Sequence Wilber source (definition of terms) 30 - transition - Emergent consciousness of the holy essence of the Creator 29 Subtle: Late Union with creator of gross realm Subtle (archetype): Deity mysticism – awareness of divine source of 28 Early creation 27 - transition - Departure from the material realm. Emergent consciousness of the Creator 26 Psychic: Late Union with the world process Psychic (vision): Nature mysticism – awareness of divine embo- 25 Early IP 14 died in the materialHigher Development 24 - transition - Emergent consciousness of supernatural realm beyond the material 23 Vision/ logic: Late Integrated perspectives: Holistic, unified, integral thinking 22 Vision/logic:Middle Interacting perspectives: Dialectical, comparative thinking 21 Vision/ logic: Early Multiple perspectives: IP 22, 26-7, 105 Relative, pluralistic, contextual thinking 20 - transition - Emergence from mechanistic to fluid, multi- dimensional thinking 19 Formal: Late Broad, complex abstract and logical thinking 18 Formal: Early Small, simple abstract and logical thinking IP 26 17 - transition - Emergence from myth and superstition to gene- ralized, abstract logical thinking 16 Rule/role: Late Large, complex social structures – elaborate rules and roles Rule/role: Early Small, simple social structures – basic rules and 15 IP 44 roles 14 - transition - Emergence of god-centered social structures (rules and roles) and concrete, literal thinking 13 Concept Capacity to derive abstract principles from re- lated experiences Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 1A: Correlative Structures, Fundamental Developmental Sequence – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR (1950- ) (1950- ) (birth/death dates) TOPIC Fundamental Developmental Sequence Wilber source (definition of terms) 12 Endocept Grasping or apprehending the internal, hidden characteristics of an object Symbol Capacity to use signs, characters, objects to 11 - transition - represent something else Emergence of the individual identity 10 Image Capacity to visualize or otherwise experience something not present 9 Impulse/ emotion Capacity to experience self-centered urges, drives, desires 8 - transition - Emergence of capacity to respondHigher Development 7 Exocept Apprehending the external appearance of an object 6 Perception Capacity to receive information from environ- ment through sense organs Capacity to feel undifferentiated stimulation of 5 Sensation sense organs Emergence of life Matter: Molecular, 4 polymer Atoms bonded into molecules 3 Matter: Atomic Discrete atoms Matter: Subatomic Subatomic particles 2 - transition - [Creation event: Matter created from energy and/ or void] 1 [Before matter/ [Before creation: Before matter came into exis- Void] tence] Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 1B: CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES – Wilber return to topThese Studies are the ‘correlative structures’ – benchmarks or frames of reference – developed by Wilber to make comparisons with other Studies. Some Correlative Structures appear on theright side of certain Tables, separated from the subject Studies by a heavy vertical line. CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber Ken Wilber (1950- ) Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (birth/death dates) (after Piaget) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Age of Emergence Cognitive Stages (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews Moral Span Moral Impulse GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) Centers of energy and Complete Transition Average age in years at Stages through which How the Self is expe- Degree of inclusiveness identity in the physical, Cycles, corresponding Framework through which one perceives, inter- Origins and motivations DEFINITION which trait or capacity thinking and reasoning rienced at different with which our ethical psychological, and to each Stage of devel- prets, and interacts with the world for our ethical standards emerges capabilities develop Stages of development principles apply spiritual body opment PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES (date/s) IP 18-27, 197-217 IP 92-100,102-8, WILBER SOURCE: IP 201 IP 16-17, 199 IP 117, 197 IP 118-19, 198,207 IP 115-18, 197 IP 115-18, 197 Study (benchmark) 197,205 Category IP 197-217 left column FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- [00. AFTER DEATH] sciousness/ Divine] {37-38} 37 - transition - Higher Development 36 Non-dual: Late Constant consciousness 35 Non-dual: Middle Spirit & World Process (Release of all Chakras [10. NON-DUAL] Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless 34 Non-dual: Early [49+] 10. Non-dual in the Real) {34-36} Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} 33 - transition - Buddhic {32.5-36}: All Always/already manifest & unmanifest 32 Causal: Late Causal unity, cessation {32.5-36} reality (self-liberation in (sage/siddha) primordial awareness) Formless mysticism: Union with source of ma- Causal (formless): 9. CAUSAL (spirit) 31 [42-49] 9. Witness (pure Self) nifest realms Early {31-33} Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 1B: Correlative Structures, Wilber – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (birth/death dates) (after Piaget) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Age of Emergence Cognitive Stages (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews Moral Span Moral Impulse GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 30 (Higher Chakras to - transition - SPIRIT {29.5-36} cessation) 29 Subtle: Late Subtle realm unity, luminosity Panentheistic [28- Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross Bodhisatvic {28-31}: Subtle (archetype): 31}: All sentient be- 28 [35-42] 8. SUBTLE {27.5-30} 8. Subtle Self (Soul) realm All sentient beings (lo- Early ings in all realms Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {28-30}, cus of Brahma-lokas) (saintly) 7. Sahasrara: Tran- 27 - transition - scendental conscious- ness, light 26 Psychic: Late Nature mysticism: Union with World Process,Higher Development Psychic (vision): WISDOM (crown of 7. PSYCHIC (soul) gross realm unity 25 [28-35] 7. Psychic Self Early head) {25-36} {24.5-26.5} Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-36} Shamanic {23.5-27}: All earthly beings (locus of Panenhenic {23.5- 6. Psychic mind: World Soul). 24 - transition - Developmentalism as World Process 27}: All earthly be- vision (Ajna) POST-POST- ings (yogic) CONVENTIONAL {23.5- beyond} 23 Vision/ logic: Late SOUL {22.5-30} Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic 22 Vision/logic:Middle Holistic integralism (global) {22-24}: 6. INTEGRATED (cen- VISIONARY [21-28] taur) {21-23.5} 6. Centaur (existential, 21 Vision/ logic: Early THOUGHT (brow, third Multiple contexts/ histories Open integrated Self) eye) {21-24} Worldcentric{20-22.5}: All of Us -all humans POSTFORMAL Pluralistic systems, dynamic (locus of rational uni- Universal-global {20- 20 - transition - 19-21 5. Verbal-rational mind {19.5-beyond} Pluralistic relativism {20-21} versal pluralism) 22.5} POST- CONVENTION- AL {20-22.5} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 1B: Correlative Structures, Wilber – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (birth/death dates) (after Piaget) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Age of Emergence Cognitive Stages (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews Moral Span Moral Impulse GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 19 Formal: Late 15-19 CENTAUR {19-24} Static systems/ contexts 5. MATURE EGO (ra- Static universal formalism EXPRESSION (throat) 18 Formal: Early 13-14 tional reflexive) 5. Mature ego Rational formalism {18-19} Rational-reflexive {18-20} {17.5-20} WORLDCENTRIC {18.5-24} FORM-OP 4. Community-mind: 17 - transition - 11-12 (formal operations) 4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing Conventional love {16.5-19.5} Sociocentric {16-19}: Us - family, group, tribe, 4b. Mythic - middle Rationalization of mythic structures nation (locus of mythic/ 16 Rule/role: Late 9-10 EGO {16-20} Mythic–rational {16-17} membership) CONVENTIONAL (16-Higher Development 19} 4. ROLE SELF (perso- 4a. Mythic (member- 15 Rule/role: Early 7-8 LOVE (heart) {15-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other Mythic-membership na) {14.5-16.5} ship-Self) – early CON-OP Concrete-literal myths: 14 - transition - (Concrete operational) Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} {13.5-16.5} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} 13 Concept 3. Intential-mind: power 3b. Concept-Self Ego omnipotence transferred to gods Safety-power POWER (solar plexus) 3. MENTAL SELF (self- 3a. Name-Self Omnipotence of ego challenged, security 12 Endocept 3-6 {12-14} concept) {11.5-13.5} PERSONA {12-17} Magic-mythic {12-13} REP MIND Symbol 11 (representational mind) Ego is locus of magic power Hedonic - transition - {10.5-13.5} 2b. Magical (Image- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic 10 Image Narcissism body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} 2. Emotional-sexual 2a. Typhonic (Pranic- 9 Impulse/ emotion 1-3 SEXUALITY (genitals) ‘Self-object’ Magical body) {9-11} PHANTASMIC- 2. EMOTIONAL SELF 8 - transition - EMOTIONAL Subject-object fusions Impulsive {8-10.5} {7.5-10.5} Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment 7 Exocept 1c. Axial body Archaic-magical {7-9} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 1B: Correlative Structures, Wilber – page 4 CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (1950- ) (birth/death dates) (after Piaget) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Age of Emergence Cognitive Stages (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews Moral Span Moral Impulse GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 6 Perception Self-only Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1b. Uroboric 5 Sensation Archaic {5-6} Symbolic BODY EGO {5.5-12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13} Egocentric {3-15}: Me Matter: Molecular, (locus of bodily-self) 4 Autistic polymer PRE-CONVENTIONALHigher Development {3-15} 1. Material 1a. Pleromatic SENSORI-MOTOR 1. PHYSICAL SELF 3 Matter: Atomic 0-1.5 SURVIVAL (floor of MATERIAL SELF {2.5-7.5} {3-7} pelvis) {3-8} {2.5-6} Matter: Subatomic 2 - transition - 1 [Before matter/ 0. BEFORE CONCEP- Void] TION {1-2} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 1C: CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES -- Other Than Wilber return to topThese Studies are the ‘correlative structures’ – benchmarks or frames of reference – developed by investigators other than Wilber to make comparisons with other Studies in the Tables. SomeCorrelative Structures appear on the right side of certain Tables, separated from the subject Studies by a heavy vertical line. Great Chain of Clare Graves CONTRIBUTOR/ (1914-86) INVESTIGATOR Being Don Beck WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (birth/death dates) (~1000 BC) (~1940- ) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Spiral Dynamics (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) G: Union College psych prof. Originator of Level Theory of Personality. POSITION/ROLE B: Foremost expositor and developer of Graves model. G: Sophisticated cultur- al stage model, used to Classical/medieval illustrate corporate- and CONTRIBUTION/ conception of hierarchy government-world dy- SIGNIFICANCE of universe, from matter namics. to God B: Refined model into Spiral Dynamics Lucretius, On the Na- G: Cowan, Never End- PERTINENT ture of Things (~55 ing Quest (2005) WORKS/ STUDIES BC). Lovejoy, The B: Spiral Dynamics (date/s) Great Chain of Being (1996), w/Cowan (1933)Higher Development WILBER SOURCE: IP 67-69, 199, 200, 211 IP 41-2, 47-53, 204 IP 92-100,102-8, IP 16-17, 199 IP 117, 197 IP 118-19, 198,207 Study 197,205 Category IP 197-217 left column FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- [00. AFTER DEATH] sciousness/ Divine] {37-38} 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late Constant consciousness 35 Non-dual: Middle Spirit & World Process Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 1C: Correlative Structures, Other – Page 2 Great Chain of Clare Graves CONTRIBUTOR/ (1914-86) INVESTIGATOR Being Don Beck WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (birth/death dates) (~1000 BC) (~1940- ) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Spiral Dynamics (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 34 (Release of all Chakras [10. NON-DUAL] Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless Non-dual: Early 10. Non-dual in the Real) {34-36} Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} 33 - transition - 32 Causal: Late Causal unity, cessation Formless mysticism: Union with source of manif- Causal (formless): 9. CAUSAL (spirit) {31- 31 9. Witness (pure Self) est realms Early 33} Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) (Higher Chakras to 30 - transition - SPIRIT {28.5-beyond} SPIRIT {29.5-beyond} cessation) 29 Subtle: Late Subtle realm unity, luminosity Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of grossHigher Development Subtle (archetype): 28 8. SUBTLE {26.5-30} 8. Subtle Self (Soul) realm Early Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {28-30}, 7. Sahasrara: Tran- 27 - transition - scendental conscious- ness, light 26 Psychic: Late Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, Psychic (vision): 9. [next awakening] WISDOM (crown of 7. PSYCHIC (soul) gross realm unity 25 7. Psychic Self Early (coral) head) {25-beyond} {23.5-26.5} Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} 6. Psychic mind: 24 - transition - SOUL {22.5-30} Developmentalism as World Process vision (Ajna) 8. Holistic organism/ 23 Vision/ logic: Late Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical global (turquoise) Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic 22 Vision/logic:Middle SOUL {20.5-31} Holistic integralism (global) {22-24}: 6. INTEGRATED (cen- VISIONARY 7. Systematic process/ taur) {21-23.5} 6. Centaur (existential, 21 Vision/ logic: Early THOUGHT (brow, third Multiple contexts/ histories integrative (yellow) integrated Self) eye) {21-24} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 1C: Correlative Structures, Other – Page 3 Great Chain of Clare Graves CONTRIBUTOR/ (1914-86) INVESTIGATOR Being Don Beck WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (birth/death dates) (~1000 BC) (~1940- ) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Spiral Dynamics (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 20 6. Social network/ Rela- Pluralistic systems, dynamic - transition - 5. Verbal-rational mind tivistic (green) Pluralistic relativism {20-21} 19 Formal: Late CENTAUR {19-24} Static systems/ contexts 5. Strategic enterprise/ 5. MATURE EGO (ra- Static universal formalism EXPRESSION (throat) 18 Formal: Early Individualistic-achiever tional reflexive) {16.5- 5. Mature ego Rational formalism {18-19} {18-20} (orange) 20} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24} 4. Community-mind: 17 - transition - 4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing love 4b. Mythic - middle Rationalization of mythic structures 16 Rule/role: Late EGO {16-20} Mythic–rational {16-17} 4. Authority/ Absolutist- 4. ROLE SELF (perso- 4a. Mythic (member- Rule/role: Early LOVE (heart) {15-17} Locus of magic power is deified OtherHigher Development 15 religious (blue) na) {13.5-16.5} ship-Self) – early Concrete-literal myths: 14 - transition - Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} 13 Concept 3. Intential-mind: power 3b. Concept-Self Ego omnipotence transferred to gods 3. Strong-man/ Power- POWER (solar plexus) 3. MENTAL SELF (self- 3a. Name-Self Omnipotence of ego challenged, security 12 Endocept gods (red) {12-14} concept) {10.5-13.5} PERSONA {12-17} Magic-mythic {12-13} Symbol 11 Ego is locus of magic power - transition - 2b. Magical (Image- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic 10 Image body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} 2. Emotional-sexual 2. Tribe/ Magical- 2. EMOTIONAL SELF 2a. Typhonic (Pranic- 9 Impulse/ emotion MIND {7.5-23} SEXUALITY (genitals) ‘Self-object’ animistic (purple) {8-10.5} body) {9-11} 8 - transition - Subject-object fusions Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment 7 Exocept 1c. Axial body Archaic-magical {7-9} 6 Perception Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1. Survival band/ In- 1b. Uroboric 5 Sensation BODY {3.5-11.5} Archaic {5-6} stinctive (beige) BODY EGO {5.5-12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 1C: Correlative Structures, Other – Page 4 Great Chain of Clare Graves CONTRIBUTOR/ (1914-86) INVESTIGATOR Being Don Beck WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (birth/death dates) (~1000 BC) (~1940- ) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Spiral Dynamics (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 4 Matter: Molecular, polymer 1. Material 1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF {3- 3 Matter: Atomic MATTER {3.5-5} SURVIVAL (floor of MATERIAL SELF 7} pelvis) {3-8} {2.5-6} Matter: Subatomic 2Higher Develop- - transition - 1 [Before matter/ 0. BEFORE CONCEP- Void] TION {1-2} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 2A: SPECTRUM OF CONSCIOUSNESS – East and Ancient return to topThese Studies (from various Eastern and ancient perspectives) outline the Spectrum of Consciousness – the range of aliveness and awareness of all beings – as it extends from matter, to body, topsyche, to spirit. This Spectrum is the framework for all developmental Studies in the three internal Realms – psyche, body, and spirit. CONTRIBUTOR/ Chakras Great Chain of Vedanta Gautama Buddha Plotinus Kabbalah Aurobindo INVESTIGATOR (TRADITIONAL & Being (~600 BC) (~563-483 BC) (~205-270 AD) (~900 AD). (1872-1950) (birth/death dates) Wilber versiions) STATE/BODY, Vijnanas: Levels of Levels of conscious- TOPIC Sephiroth Sheaths Consciousness ness Spiritual teacher from European-educated The principal branch of The father of Neo- POSITION/ROLE India and founder of Indian nationalist, phi- Hindu philosophy Platonism. Buddhism losopher, & mystic Originator of Four Introduced evolution Hindu concept of seven Noble Truths and Noble K: System of Jewish into Vedantic thought. Classical/medieval hierarchical body re- 8-Fold Path. esoteric knowledge Synthesized Great Nest CONTRIBUTION/ conception of hierarchy All material reality de- gions, through which Vijnanas: A moment of S: Ten creative poten- with the differentiations SIGNIFICANCE of universe, from matter rives from The One. body, mind, and spirit conceptual conscious- tialities of esoteric mys- of modernity. Influ- to God are vitalized ness, both awareness tical system of Judaism enced Wilber and Mi- and its object chael Murphy Lucretius, On the Na- PERTINENT ture of Things (~55 Sefer Yetzirah (~1700 The Human Cycle Judith: Eastern Mind, The Enneads WORKS/ STUDIES BC). Lovejoy, The Upanishads BC). Myss, Anatomy of (~1915), Life Divine Western Body (1996) (~253-270) (date/s) Great Chain of Being the Spirit (1996) (1914-19) (1933) Higher Conscious- WILBER SOURCE: IP 16-17, 199 IP 67-69, 199, 200, 211 IP 12-13, 200 IP 16, 199 IP 16, 199 IP 16, 200 IP 83-85, 200 Study Category IP 6-19 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- sciousness/ Divine] 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late Satchitananda 35 Non-dual: Middle 6. Brahman/ Atman Nondual: (Release of all Chakras (Turiyatita) 34 Non-dual: Early Consciousness as Absolute one Ein sof Supermind in the Real) TURIYA/TURIYA suchness {34-beyond} 33 - transition - Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 2A: Spectrum of Consciousness, East/Ancient – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ Chakras Great Chain of Vedanta Gautama Buddha Plotinus Kabbalah Aurobindo INVESTIGATOR (TRADITIONAL & Being (~600 BC) (~563-483 BC) (~205-270 AD) (~900 AD). (1872-1950) (birth/death dates) Wilber versiions) STATE/BODY, Vijnanas: Levels of Levels of conscious- TOPIC Sephiroth Sheaths Consciousness ness 32 Causal: Late Causal (formless): 31 Keter ayn (Keter) Overmind Early 5. Bliss mind (Ananda- (Higher Chakras to mayakosha) 30 - transition - SPIRIT {28.5-beyond} Nous cessation) DEEP SLEEP/ CAUS- AL {30-33} 8. Tainted alayavijnana 29 Subtle: Late (archetypal) Subtle (archetype): Chokhmah, Binah 28 Intuitive mind Early (Hokhmah, Binah)Higher Consciousness 7. Sahasrara: Tran- 27 - transition - scendental conscious- ness, light 26 Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): WISDOM (crown of Chesed, Gevura 25 World soul Illumined mind Early head) {25-36} (Hesed, Gevurah) 6. Psychic mind: 4. Higher mind 24 - transition - 7. Manas (higher mind) vision (Ajna) (Vignana-mayakosha) 23 Vision/ logic: Late 22 Vision/logic:Middle SOUL {20.5-31} VISIONARY 21 Vision/ logic: Early THOUGHT (brow, third Creative reason Higher mind (systems) eye) {21-24} 20 - transition - 5. Verbal-rational mind Tiferet (Tif’eret) 19 Formal: Late EXPRESSION (throat) 6. Manovignana (gross Logical mind (reason- 18 Formal: Early Logical faculty {18-20} reflecting mind) ing) 4. Community-mind: 17 - transition - love 3. Middle mind 16 Rule/role: Late (Mano-mayakosha) 15 Rule/role: Early LOVE (heart) {15-17} Concrete mind Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 2A: Spectrum of Consciousness, East/Ancient – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ Chakras Great Chain of Vedanta Gautama Buddha Plotinus Kabbalah Aurobindo INVESTIGATOR (TRADITIONAL & Being (~600 BC) (~563-483 BC) (~205-270 AD) (~900 AD). (1872-1950) (birth/death dates) Wilber versiions) STATE/BODY, Vijnanas: Levels of Levels of conscious- TOPIC Sephiroth Sheaths Consciousness ness 14 Netzach, Hod - transition - Opinions (Nezah. Hod) 13 Concept 3. Intential-mind: power Concepts Lower mind POWER (solar plexus) 12 Endocept {12-14} 11 Symbol - transition - Image ImagesHigher Consciousness 10 2. Emotional-sexual 2. Emotional-sexual 9 Impulse/ emotion SEXUALITY (genitals) MIND {7.5-23} Pleasure/ pain Yesod (Yesod) Vital-emotional (Prana-mayakosha) {9-11} 8 - transition - 7 Exocept 6 Perception 1-5. Five senses Perception Perception DREAMING/SUBTLE 5 Sensation BODY {3.5-11.5} Sensation Sensation {5-29} 4 Matter: Molecular, polymer 1. Material 3 Matter: Atomic SURVIVAL (floor of MATTER {3.5-5} Matter Malkhut (Shekhinah) Physical pelvis) {3-8} 1. Material (Anna- Matter: Subatomic mayakosha) 2 - transition - WAKING/GROSS {2.5- 4} 1 [Before matter/ Void] Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 2B: SPECTRUM OF CONSCIOUSNESS – Westerners (incl. Eastern influence) return to topThese Studies (from various Western esoteric and academic perspectives) outline the Spectrum of Consciousness – the range of aliveness and awareness of all beings – as it extends from matter,to body, to psyche, to spirit. This Spectrum is the framework for all developmental Studies in the three internal Realms – psyche, body, and spirit. Helena Blavatsky CONTRIBUTOR/ Adi Da Samraj (1831-91) Rudolf Steiner John Mark Baldwin Huston Smith William Tiller Stan Grof John Battista INVESTIGATOR (Bubba Free John) Charles Leadbeater (1861-1925) (1861-1934) (1919- ) (~1930- ) (1931- ) (~1950-) (birth/death dates) (1939- ) (1854-1934) [Levels of Con- [Levels of Con- Adidam [Levels of Spectrum of Con- TOPIC Theosophy Anthroposophy Psychic Objects Levels (planes) sciousness] sciousness] Consciousness] sciousness B: American spiritualist, Austrian polymath. psychic, and medium. Eminent comparative Founder of Anthropo- Prominent experimental Founder of Theosophi- religion scholar at Har- Stanford engineering Co-founder of transper- Controversial American American psychiatrist sophy, Waldorf educa- psychologist at Prince- cal Society vard, Syracuse, UC prof, assoc editor for sonal psych. Prof at Hinduist religious guru. and prominent re- POSITION/ROLE tion, biodynamic farm- ton and Johns Hopkins. L: English clergyman Berkeley. Experimented Holistic Medicine jour- CIIS. Esalen resident Founder of Adidam searcher in transper- ing, eurhythmy. Early Co-founder of Psych and clairvoyant. Early with psychedelics with nal scholar. religious movement. sonal psychology. proponent and critic of Review. disciple of Blavatsky. Leary & Alpert . Theosophy. Discovered Krisnamurti. Humans as sevenfold B: Universal brother- interpenetrated beings Baldwinian evolution: hood thru truths under- Pioneering research in of body, soul, and spirit. Behaviors that initially Originated ‘way of the CONTRIBUTION/ lying all religions. Great universal truths Scientific basis for spiri- altered states, using History shaped by pro- require learning can be heart’ to total wisdom [limited info] SIGNIFICANCE L: Investigated human underlying all religions tual energies. psychedelics for heal- gressive development replaced by evolved thru Divine Incarnation. types based on auras ing, growth, insight.. of human conscious- genetics and ‘bodies’ ness. Realms of Human Un- conscious (1976). B: Isis Unveiled (1877), PERTINENT Philosophy of Freedom World’s Religions Beyond the Brain Transpersonal Psychia- Secret Doctrine (1888) Mental Development of Science & Human Dawn Horse Testament WORKS/ STUDIES (1894), Theosophy (1958), Forgotten Truth (1985). Holotropic Mind try (1996), ed. w/ Scot- Higher Consciousness L: Man, Visible & Invisi- Child & Race (1895) Transformation (1997) (1991) (date/s) (1904) (1976) (1993), Cosmic Game ton and Chinen ble (1902) (1998), Stormy Search for Self (1991) WILBER SOURCE: IP 200 IP 43, 204 IP 78-82, 199, 217 IP 110, 199 IP 200 IP 43, 199 IP 200 IP 199 Study Category IP 6-19 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- sciousness/ Divine] 37 - transition - Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 2B: Spectrum of Consciousness, Western – page 2 Helena Blavatsky CONTRIBUTOR/ Adi Da Samraj (1831-91) Rudolf Steiner John Mark Baldwin Huston Smith William Tiller Stan Grof John Battista INVESTIGATOR (Bubba Free John) Charles Leadbeater (1861-1925) (1861-1934) (1919- ) (~1930- ) (1931- ) (~1950-) (birth/death dates) (1939- ) (1854-1934) [Levels of Con- [Levels of Con- Adidam [Levels of Spectrum of Con- TOPIC Theosophy Anthroposophy Psychic Objects Levels (planes) sciousness] sciousness] Consciousness] sciousness 36 Non-dual: Late Bhava 35 Non-dual: Middle Ultimate 7. Sahaya 34 Non-dual: Early Absolute 33 - transition - Monad/ logos Spirit (infinite) Spirit Nirvikalpa 32 Causal: Late Supracosmic void Cessation Causal (formless): 31 Spirit-man Universal mind 6. Formless Early 30 - transition - Atmic (universal mind) 29 Subtle: Late Deity, luminosity Psychic/ subtle Subtle (archetype): 28 Spirit-life Archetypal 5. Supramental UnitionHigher Consciousness Early Buddhic (illumined 27 - transition - Soul (celestial) mind) Extra-human identifica- 26 Psychic: Late Spiritual mind (M3) tions Psychic (vision): 25 Early Spirit-self Aesthetic Astral-psychic Opening 24 - transition - Psychic 23 Vision/ logic: Late 4. Higher mind 22 Vision/logic:Middle Consciousness soul Death-rebirth(cf. BPM) 21 Vision/ logic: Early Moral Existential 20 - transition - Causal (higher mind) 19 Formal: Late Gross-mind Self-aware 18 Formal: Early Rational soul Judged thought Intellectual mind (M2) Will power 17 - transition - Content 3. Lower mind 16 Rule/role: Late Mental 15 Rule/role: Early Substantive Cognition 14 - transition - Mind (intermediate) COEX systems (con- 13 Concept Play Lower mind (M1) densed experience) Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 2B: Spectrum of Consciousness, Western – page 3 Helena Blavatsky CONTRIBUTOR/ Adi Da Samraj (1831-91) Rudolf Steiner John Mark Baldwin Huston Smith William Tiller Stan Grof John Battista INVESTIGATOR (Bubba Free John) Charles Leadbeater (1861-1925) (1861-1934) (1919- ) (~1930- ) (1931- ) (~1950-) (birth/death dates) (1939- ) (1854-1934) [Levels of Con- [Levels of Con- Adidam [Levels of Spectrum of Con- TOPIC Theosophy Anthroposophy Psychic Objects Levels (planes) sciousness] sciousness] Consciousness] sciousness 12 Endocept Sensation-soul Freudian Symbol 11 Fancy Psychodynamic/ - transition - 10 Image 9 Impulse/ emotion Astral (emotional) Astral body (emotion) Astral 2. Emotional body EmotionHigher Consciousness 8 - transition - Aesthetic 7 Exocept Memory 6 Perception Etheric body Perception 5 Sensation Etheric (fine physical) Sense Etheric Somatic Sensation BPM: Matter: Molecular, 4 Body (terrestrial) OCEANIC TO BIRTH polymer {2-8.5} 3 Matter: Atomic Physical Physical body Physical 1. Physical body Matter: Subatomic 2 - transition - 1 [Before matter/ Void] Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 3: STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT – Life Passages return to topThese Studies (by academic and popular Western investigators) trace human development in the external Realm of Life Passages. Life Passages are the external phases of accomplishment orachievement that occur as we progress through the biologic life cycle. Life Passages is the one Table that uses as a benchmark (vertical axis) the actual Stages of biological development – ratherthan the psycho-spiritual Stages of the FDS. CONTRIBUTOR/ Jean Piaget Eric Erikson Abraham Maslow Daniel Levinson Gail Sheehey Harry Gardiner INVESTIGATOR H & K Martin H & K Martin Ken Wilber (1896-1980) (1902-94) (1908-70) (~1930- ) (~1940- ) (1943- ) (birth/death dates) Cognitive Cross-cultural Age of Emergence Stage/ Transition Psychosocial Devel- Fundamental Deve- TOPIC Development Hierarchy of Needs Men’s Life Passages Life Passages waves of develop- (average years) Characteristics opment lopmental Sequence [+Wilber additions] ment Journalist and best- Founder of humanistic Renowned Swiss deve- Famous Danish psy- Influential Yale psych selling author. Reign- POSITION/ROLE & transpersonal psy- U Wisconsin sociologist lopmental psychologist chologist prof ing queen of Life Pas- chology. sage studies Organized child cogni- Groundbreaking re- Popularized stage Classic study of cross- CONTRIBUTION/ Influential stage theory Described how Needs tive development into search on life passag- model of adult life de- cultural human devel- SIGNIFICANCE of human development emerge hierarchically. series of stages. es. Influenced Sheehy velopment opment Toward a Psychology PERTINENT Growth of Logical Childhood & Society of Being (1968), Farther Seasons of a Man’s Passages (1976), New Lives Across Cultures WORKS/ STUDIES Thinking (1958) (1950) Reaches of Human Life (1978) Passages (1995) (<1997) w/Kosmitski (date/s) Nature (1983) Bardos: IP 17, IP 22-25, 201, 208,Increasing Age & Maturity WILBER SOURCE: IP 39-40, 203 IP 84-85, 212 IP 227 IP 23, 213 ES 204-06. Study 197-217 benchmark Clouds: IP 141-42, 264 Category IP 227, footnote 3 STAGES/ TRANSITIONS DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Martin) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) Genetic, cultural, psy- [Beyond conscious- chological & material 30 Legacy After-death ness/ Divine]. Tibetan endowments passed to Bardos. succeeding generations 29 Death - transition - Late late adulthood Celebratory 100’s 28 Senescence 95-100+ Diminished capacities Non-dual (80+) Noble 90’s 27 Debility or illness Infirmities & illness Diminished capacities - transition - Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 3: Life Passages – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ Jean Piaget Eric Erikson Abraham Maslow Daniel Levinson Gail Sheehey Harry Gardiner INVESTIGATOR H & K Martin H & K Martin Ken Wilber (1896-1980) (1902-94) (1908-70) (~1930- ) (~1940- ) (1943- ) (birth/death dates) Cognitive Cross-cultural Age of Emergence Stage/ Transition Psychosocial Devel- Fundamental Deve- TOPIC Development Hierarchy of Needs Men’s Life Passages Life Passages waves of develop- (average years) Characteristics opment lopmental Sequence [+Wilber additions] ment 26 Immortality vs extinc- Communicating expe- tion Uninhibited 80’s Elderhood 75-95 rience and wisdom to Late adulthood (65-80) Causal (formless) OLD AGE (75 yrs- Sage 70’s next generation death): {26-30} Passage to Age of Integrity Late-adult transition 25 Passing-the-baton Late mid-life crisis: - transition - (60-65) Mortality, meaning, menopause Integrity vs despair Flaming 50’s Movement from suc- Middle adulthood (40-Increasing Age & Maturity 24 Maturity 55-75 LATER ADULT (60- SECOND ADULT- Subtle (archetype): cess to significance 65) 75yrs): {23-25} HOOD {22-30} Passage to Age of Mastery Mid-life transition (40- 23 Mid-life passage Early mid-life crisis: - transition - 45) Little Death of First Adulthood Generativity/ stagnation Culmination of external 22 Middle Adulthood 35-55 MID-ADULT (34-60): Self-transcendence Flourishing 40’s Psychic (vision) life achievements {21-22} POST-POST- 21 Making-the-grade Age 35 inventory CONVENTIONAL {21- - transition - beyond} Turbulent 30’s Postformal: Polyvalent Intimacy vs isolation Striving for external life FIRST ADULTHOOD Integration of self & 20 Young adulthood 21-35 logic - systems of sys- EARLY ADULT (22-35 Self-actualization Early adulthood (17-45) Vision/ logic achievements {20-22} culture tems yrs): {20} Tryout 20’s Early Polyvalent Individual identity vs PROVISIONAL Nudged from the POSTFORMAL role confusion Early adult transition ADULTHOOD {18-20} 19 19-21 Relativism - transition - nest {19.5-beyond} LATE ADOLESCENCE (17-22) Passage to first adult- Late FormOp; (18-22 yrs): {18-19} hood Self-critical 18 15-19 FormOp 3 POST- CONVENTION- Formal: Late AL {17.5-20} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 3: Life Passages – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ Jean Piaget Eric Erikson Abraham Maslow Daniel Levinson Gail Sheehey Harry Gardiner INVESTIGATOR H & K Martin H & K Martin Ken Wilber (1896-1980) (1902-94) (1908-70) (~1930- ) (~1940- ) (1943- ) (birth/death dates) Cognitive Cross-cultural Age of Emergence Stage/ Transition Psychosocial Devel- Fundamental Deve- TOPIC Development Hierarchy of Needs Men’s Life Passages Life Passages waves of develop- (average years) Characteristics opment lopmental Sequence [+Wilber additions] ment 17 Group identity vs alie- nation Formation of indepen- Childhood & adoles- PROLONGED ADO- Adolescence 13-14 FormOp 2 EARLY ADOLES- Self-esteem Formal: Early dent identity cence (0-22) LESCENCE {16-20} CENCE (12-18 yrs): {16-17} FormOp 1 FORM-OP 16 Coming-of-age 11-12 (Formal operational) Skill mastery - transition - {16.5-19.5} ConOp3Increasing Age & Maturity 15 9-10 ConOp 2 Rules, regulations Rule/role: Late ConOp 1 Early schooling. First Industry vs inferiority CON-OP CONVENTIONAL {13.5- 14 Older childhood 6-8 enrollment in society MID CHILD (6-12 yrs): Belongingness/ love Rule/role: Early (Concrete operational) 17.5} outside the home {13-15} {13.5-16.5} 13 Entering school Symbolic flowering - transition - 12 Notational systems Concept Preoperational: Intui- tive- conceptual Intiative vs guilt-anxiety First ventures toward 11 Young childhood 3-6 REP MIND EARLY CHILD (3-6 Safety/ security Digital mapping Endocept independence (representational mind) yrs): {10-12} {10.5-13.5} Onset of Terrible Symbol 10 Analog mapping 2s - transition - Event mapping Preoperational: Pre- 9 PRECONVENTIONAL Image conceptual {9-13.5} Autonomy vs shame- First efforts at self- PHANTASMIC- doubt 8 Toddler 1.5-3 initiative and self- EMOTIONAL YOUNGER (18mos- Impulse/ emotion support {7.5-10.5} 3yrs): {7-9} 7 Crawling/ walking Beginning of safety - transition - 6 Exocept Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 3: Life Passages – page 4 CONTRIBUTOR/ Jean Piaget Eric Erikson Abraham Maslow Daniel Levinson Gail Sheehey Harry Gardiner INVESTIGATOR H & K Martin H & K Martin Ken Wilber (1896-1980) (1902-94) (1908-70) (~1930- ) (~1940- ) (1943- ) (birth/death dates) Cognitive Cross-cultural Age of Emergence Stage/ Transition Psychosocial Devel- Fundamental Deve- TOPIC Development Hierarchy of Needs Men’s Life Passages Life Passages waves of develop- (average years) Characteristics opment lopmental Sequence [+Wilber additions] ment 5 Total sustenance and Infancy 0-1.5 bonding outside the Perception wombIncreasing Age & Maturity Early childhood transi- 4 Birth - transition - tion (0-3) Total sustenance and Trust vs mistrust SENSORI-MOTOR 3 Gestation Pre-birth support within the INFANCY (0-18mos): Sensation {2.5-7.5} womb {3-6} 2 Conception Physiological - transition - The genetic and cultur- [Before matter/ Void]. 1 Heritage Pre-conception al endowments we Trailing clouds of glory. inherit Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 4A: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Fundamental Needs return to topThese Studies (by academic investigators and Wilber) trace the development of basic human Needs in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental matura-tion that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. A Need is the psychological feature that arouses an organism to action toward a goal and provides the reason forthe action -- giving purpose and direction to behavior. CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber Abraham Maslow INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (1908-70) (birth/death dates) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Levels of Food Needs (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) Founder of humanistic POSITION/ROLE & transpersonal psy- chology. CONTRIBUTION/ Hierarchy of relational Needs emerge hierar- SIGNIFICANCE exchange chically. Toward a Psychology PERTINENT Integral Psychology of Being (1968), Farther WORKS/ STUDIES (2000) Reaches of Human (date/s) Nature (1983) WILBER SOURCE: IP 118, 252, 198, 212 IP 92-100,102-8, IP 84-85, 212 IP 16-17, 199 IP 117, 197 IP 118-19, 198,207 Study 197,205 Category IP 82-3, 118, 252 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) Higher Needs 38 [Beyond con- [00. AFTER DEATH] sciousness/ Divine] {37-38} 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late Constant consciousness 35 Non-dual: Middle Spirit & World Process (Release of all Chakras [10. NON-DUAL] Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless 34 Non-dual: Early Sahaja 10. Non-dual in the Real) {34-36} Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} 33 - transition - 32 Causal: Late Godhead identity Causal unity, cessation Formless mysticism: Union with source of manif- Causal (formless): SPIRITUAL EX- 9. CAUSAL (spirit) {31- 31 9. Witness (pure Self) est realms Early CHANGE {31-36} 33} Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4A: Fundamental Needs – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber Abraham Maslow INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (1908-70) (birth/death dates) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Levels of Food Needs (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 30 (Higher Chakras to - transition - SPIRIT {29.5-beyond} cessation) 29 Subtle: Late God union Subtle realm unity, luminosity Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross Subtle (archetype): 28 8. SUBTLE {26.5-30} 8. Subtle Self (Soul) realm Early Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {28-30}, 7. Sahasrara: Tran- 27 - transition - God communion scendental conscious- ness, light 26 Psychic: Late Psychic vision Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, Psychic (vision): SOUL EXCHANGE WISDOM (crown of 7. PSYCHIC (soul) gross realm unity 25 Self-transcendence 7. Psychic Self Early {25-29} head) {25-beyond} {23.5-26.5} Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27}Higher Needs THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} 6. Psychic mind: 24 - transition - SOUL {22.5-30} Developmentalism as World Process vision (Ajna) 23 Vision/ logic: Late Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic 22 Vision/logic:Middle Holistic integralism (global) {22-24}: 6. INTEGRATED (cen- VISIONARY taur) {21-23.5} 6. Centaur (existential, 21 Vision/ logic: Early Autonomous exchange Self-actualization THOUGHT (brow, third Multiple contexts/ histories integrated Self) eye) {21-24} Pluralistic systems, dynamic 20 - transition - 5. Verbal-rational mind Pluralistic relativism {20-21} 19 Formal: Late CENTAUR {19-24} Static systems/ contexts 5. MATURE EGO (ra- Static universal formalism Self-reflective ex- EXPRESSION (throat) 18 Formal: Early Self-esteem tional reflexive) {16.5- 5. Mature ego Rational formalism {18-19} change {18-20} 20} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24} 4. Community-mind: 17 - transition - 4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing love 4b. Mythic - middle Rationalization of mythic structures 16 Rule/role: Late Membership discourse EGO {16-20} Mythic–rational {16-17} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4A: Fundamental Needs – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber Abraham Maslow INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (1908-70) (birth/death dates) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Levels of Food Needs (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 15 MENTAL EXCHANGE 4. ROLE SELF (perso- 4a. Mythic (member- Rule/role: Early Belongingness, care LOVE (heart) {15-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other {15-23} na) {13.5-16.5} ship-Self) – early Concrete-literal myths: 14 - transition - Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} 13 Concept Belongingness, care 3. Intential-mind: power 3b. Concept-Self Ego omnipotence transferred to gods POWER (solar plexus) 3. MENTAL SELF (self- 3a. Name-Self Omnipotence of ego challenged, security 12 Endocept Safety/ security {12-14} concept) {10.5-13.5} PERSONA {12-17} Magic-mythic {12-13} Symbol 11 Safety, power Ego is locus of magic power - transition - 2b. Magical (Image- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic 10 Image Sex body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} 2. Emotional-sexualHigher Needs EMOTIONAL EX- 2. EMOTIONAL SELF 2a. Typhonic (Pranic- 9 Impulse/ emotion SEXUALITY (genitals) ‘Self-object’ CHANGE {9-13} {8-10.5} body) {9-11} 8 - transition - Beginning of safety Subject-object fusions Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment 7 Exocept 1c. Axial body Archaic-magical {7-9} 6 Perception Labor Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1b. Uroboric 5 Sensation Food Archaic {5-6} BODY EGO {5.5-12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13} Matter: Molecular, MATERIAL EX- 4 Physiological polymer CHANGE {4-6} 1. Material 1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF {3- 3 Matter: Atomic SURVIVAL (floor of MATERIAL SELF 7} pelvis) {3-8} {2.5-6} Matter: Subatomic 2 - transition - 1 [Before matter/ 0. BEFORE CONCEP- Void] TION {1-2} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 4B: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Sexuality return to topThese Studies (by academic investigators and Wilber) trace the development of Sexuality in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental maturation that oc-cur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. Sexuality refers to the expression of sexual sensation and related intimacy between human beings -- as well as the expres-sion of identity as influenced by or based on sex. CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR Fortune WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Erotic relationships Gender identity (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) POSITION/ROLE [Can’t idenfify] CONTRIBUTION/ SIGNIFICANCE PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES (date/s) IP 92-100,102-8, WILBER SOURCE: IP 212 IP 120-21, 198, 212 IP 16-17, 199 IP 117, 197 IP 118-19, 198,207 Study 197,205 Category IP 120-21, 229 FUNDAMENTALHigher Sexual Consciousness DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- [00. AFTER DEATH] sciousness/ Divine] {37-38} 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late Constant consciousness 35 Non-dual: Middle Spirit & World Process (Release of all Chakras [10. NON-DUAL] Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless 34 Non-dual: Early 10. Non-dual in the Real) {34-36} Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} 33 - transition - 32 Causal: Late Causal unity, cessation Formless mysticism: Union with source of manif- Causal (formless): 9. CAUSAL (spirit) {31- 31 Pure spirit Beyond gender 9. Witness (pure Self) est realms Early 33} Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) (Higher Chakras to 30 - transition - SPIRIT {29.5-beyond} cessation) 29 Subtle: Late Subtle realm unity, luminosity Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4B: Sexuality – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR Fortune WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Erotic relationships Gender identity (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 28 Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross Subtle (archetype): 8. SUBTLE {26.5-30} 8. Subtle Self (Soul) realm Early Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {28-30}, 7. Sahasrara: Tran- Archetypal gender un- 27 - transition - scendental conscious- ion (tantra) ness, light 26 Psychic: Late Concrete spirit Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, Psychic (vision): WISDOM (crown of 7. PSYCHIC (soul) gross realm unity 25 7. Psychic Self Early head) {25-beyond} {23.5-26.5} Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27}Higher Sexual Conscious- THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} 6. Psychic mind: 24 - transition - SOUL {22.5-30} Developmentalism as World Process vision (Ajna) 23 Vision/ logic: Late Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic 22 Vision/logic:Middle Holistic integralism (global) {22-24}: 6. INTEGRATED (cen- VISIONARY Gender androgyny taur) {21-23.5} 6. Centaur (existential, 21 Vision/ logic: Early Abstract mental THOUGHT (brow, third Multiple contexts/ histories (trans-differentiated) integrated Self) eye) {21-24} Pluralistic systems, dynamic 20 - transition - 5. Verbal-rational mind Pluralistic relativism {20-21} 19 Formal: Late CENTAUR {19-24} Static systems/ contexts 5. MATURE EGO (ra- Static universal formalism EXPRESSION (throat) 18 Formal: Early tional reflexive) {16.5- 5. Mature ego Rational formalism {18-19} {18-20} 20} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24} 4. Community-mind: 17 - transition - 4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing love Gender consistency 4b. Mythic - middle Rationalization of mythic structures 16 Rule/role: Late (norms) EGO {16-20} Mythic–rational {16-17} 4. ROLE SELF (perso- 4a. Mythic (member- 15 Rule/role: Early Concrete mental Gender conventionality LOVE (heart) {15-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other na) {13.5-16.5} ship-Self) – early Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4B: Sexuality – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR Fortune WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Erotic relationships Gender identity (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 14 Concrete-literal myths: - transition - Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} 13 Concept 3. Intential-mind: power 3b. Concept-Self Ego omnipotence transferred to gods POWER (solar plexus) 3. MENTAL SELF (self- 3a. Name-Self Omnipotence of ego challenged, security 12 Endocept {12-14} concept) {10.5-13.5} PERSONA {12-17} Magic-mythic {12-13} Symbol 11 Ego is locus of magic power - transition - 2b. Magical (Image- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic ImageHigher Sexual Conscious- 10 body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} 2. Emotional-sexual Differentiated: Basic 2. EMOTIONAL SELF 2a. Typhonic (Pranic- 9 Impulse/ emotion Emotional SEXUALITY (genitals) ‘Self-object’ gender identity {8-10.5} body) {9-11} 8 - transition - Subject-object fusions Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment 7 Exocept 1c. Axial body Archaic-magical {7-9} 6 Perception Instinctual Undifferentiated Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1b. Uroboric 5 Sensation Archaic {5-6} BODY EGO {5.5-12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13} Matter: Molecular, 4 polymer 1. Material 1a. Pleromatic Morphological: Gender 1. PHYSICAL SELF {3- 3 Matter: Atomic Physical SURVIVAL (floor of MATERIAL SELF givens 7} pelvis) {3-8} {2.5-6} Matter: Subatomic 2 - transition - 1 [Before matter/ 0. BEFORE CONCEP- Void] TION {1-2} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 4C: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Affect and Emotions return to topThese Studies (by Wilber) trace the development of Affect and Emotions in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental maturation that occur as weprogress through the Stages of psychological development. An emotion is a mental disturbance that arises involuntarily – consisting of physiological arousal, behavioral expression, and con-scious subjective feeling. Affect is the observable, external display of that emotion. CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras [Fulcrum transi- [Fulcrum transition Defenses Self-sense: TOPIC Affect (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews tions] pathologies] (Mental disorders) GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) POSITION/ROLE CONTRIBUTION/ SIGNIFICANCE PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES (date/s) IP 92-100,102-8, WILBER SOURCE: IP 120, 198, 212 IP 93, 96-97 IP 93, 96-97 IP 92-98, 197 IP 16-17, 199 IP 117, 197 IP 118-19, 198,207 Study 197,205 Category IP 92-98, 120 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- [00. AFTER DEATH] sciousness/ Divine] {37-38} 37 - transition - Non-dual: Late Constant consciousness Higher Emotions 36 One Taste 35 Non-dual: Middle 90 EMOTIONS {35- Spirit & World Process beyond} (Release of all Chakras [10. NON-DUAL] Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless 34 Non-dual: Early 10. Non-dual in the Real) {34-36} Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} Bodhisatvic compas- 33 - transition - sion 32 Causal: Late Infinite freedom-release Arhat’s disease Causal unity, cessation Soul grows quiet, rests. Formless mysticism: Union with source of manif- Causal (formless): Failed differentiation 9. CAUSAL (spirit) {31- 31 80 EMOTIONS {31-34} Witness releases hold, 9. Witness (pure Self) est realms Early Causal 33} dissolves. Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4C: Affect & Emotions – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras [Fulcrum transi- [Fulcrum transition Defenses Self-sense: TOPIC Affect (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews tions] pathologies] (Mental disorders) GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 30 (Higher Chakras to - transition - Saintly commitment SPIRIT {29.5-beyond} cessation) Archetypal fragmenta- 29 Subtle: Late Love-bliss Subtle realm unity, luminosity tion Soul emerges perma- Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross Subtle (archetype): Ananda, ecstacy nently into csness. Failed integration 28 8. SUBTLE {26.5-30} 8. Subtle Self (Soul) realm Early [70 EMOTIONS] {28-30} Intermediary between Subtle Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {28-30}, self & spirit 7. Sahasrara: Tran- 27 - transition - Compassion scendental conscious- ness, light Yogic illness 26 Psychic: Late All-species love, Pranic disorderHigher Emotions Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, Split-life goals gross realm unity Psychic (vision): Awe, rapture Transpersonal domain WISDOM (crown of 7. PSYCHIC (soul) 25 Psychic inflation 7. Psychic Self Early [60 EMOTIONS] {25-27} comes into focus head) {25-beyond} {23.5-26.5} Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} Psychic THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} 6. Psychic mind: 24 - transition - SOUL {22.5-30} Developmentalism as World Process vision (Ajna) 23 Vision/ logic: Late World-centric altruism Bad faith Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Aborted self- actualiza- Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic 22 Vision/logic:Middle All-human love tion Holistic integralism (global) {22-24}: Shift to universal exis- tential principles: 6. INTEGRATED (cen- Inauthenticity VISIONARY Compassion, life/death, authenticity, taur) {21-23.5} 6. Centaur (existential, 21 Vision/ logic: Early 0 Deadening THOUGHT (brow, third Multiple contexts/ histories [5 EMOTIONS] {21-24} self-actualization, glob- integrated Self) Existential eye) {21-24} al awareness, body- mind integration Pluralistic systems, dynamic 20 - transition - Global justice, care 5. Verbal-rational mind Pluralistic relativism {20-21} Sublimation 19 Formal: Late Universal affect CENTAUR {19-24} Static systems/ contexts Anticipation Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4C: Affect & Emotions – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras [Fulcrum transi- [Fulcrum transition Defenses Self-sense: TOPIC Affect (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews tions] pathologies] (Mental disorders) GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 18 Self-reflexive ego Identity crisis. Role Static universal formalism 5. MATURE EGO (ra- emerges, shift from confusion. Shift to self- Suppression EXPRESSION (throat) Formal: Early 40 EMOTIONS {18-20} tional reflexive) {16.5- 5. Mature ego Rational formalism {18-19} conformist to individual- derived universal prin- Ego {18-20} 20} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24} ist ciples 4. Community-mind: 17 - transition - Belongingness 4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing love 4b. Mythic - middle Rationalization of mythic structures 16 Rule/role: Late Joy, depression, hate Covert intentions EGO {16-20} Mythic–rational {16-17} Shift to roles and rules of society. Prescriptive Script pathology: False, Love Duplicitous transaction 4. ROLE SELF (perso- 4a. Mythic (member- 15 Rule/role: Early morality. Often dis- misleading scripts, LOVE (heart) {15-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other 30 EMOTIONS{15-17} Script na) {13.5-16.5} ship-Self) – early played in traits of myth- stories, myths ic godsHigher Emotions Concrete-literal myths: 14 - transition - Wishing, liking, safety Displacement Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} 13 Concept Anxiety, anger Reaction formation 3. Intential-mind: power 3b. Concept-Self Ego omnipotence transferred to gods Differentiation: Fusion Conceptual mind with emotional self. Isolation POWER (solar plexus) 3. MENTAL SELF (self- 3a. Name-Self Omnipotence of ego challenged, security 12 Endocept 20 EMOTIONS {12-14} emerges, differentiates Integration: Repres- Repression {12-14} concept) {10.5-13.5} PERSONA {12-17} Magic-mythic {12-13} from emotional body sions of emotional self Neurosis (classic neurosis) Symbol 11 Satisfaction Ego is locus of magic power - transition - 2b. Magical (Image- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic 10 Image Tension, fear, rage Splitting body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} Narcissism (others as Identity switches from extensions of self) 2. Emotional-sexual 10 PROTO-EMOTIONS fusion with material 2. EMOTIONAL SELF 2a. Typhonic (Pranic- 9 Impulse/ emotion Boundary disorders Projection SEXUALITY (genitals) ‘Self-object’ {9-11} body to identity with {8-10.5} body) (invasion, disruption of {9-11} emotional-feeling body boundaries) Self/object fusion 8 - transition - Pleasure- pain Subject-object fusions Borderline psychosis Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment 7 Exocept Touch, temperature 1c. Axial body Archaic-magical {7-9} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4C: Affect & Emotions – page 4 CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras [Fulcrum transi- [Fulcrum transition Defenses Self-sense: TOPIC Affect (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews tions] pathologies] (Mental disorders) GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 6 Perception PHYSIO-STATES {6-8} Wish fulfillment Undifferentiated, pleromatic Hallucination 1b. Uroboric 5 Sensation SENSATIONS Archaic {5-6} Delusional projection BODY EGO {5.5-12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13} Matter: Molecular, Distortion 4 REACTIVITY polymer PsychosisHigher Emotions Can’t tell where body 1. Material 1a. Pleromatic Differentiates body from ends, world begins. 1. PHYSICAL SELF {3- 3 Matter: Atomic SURVIVAL (floor of MATERIAL SELF environment Can’t tell fantasy from 7} pelvis) {3-8} {2.5-6} reality. 2 Matter: Subatomic - transition - 1 [Before matter/ 0. BEFORE CONCEP- Void] TION {1-2} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 4D: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Self and Ego return to topThese Studies (mainly by academic investigators) trace the development of Self and Ego in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental maturation that oc-cur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. The Ego is the conscious portion of the mind -- relating to control, planning, coping with reality, and social role. The Self isthe core identity of the individual, from which the ego is derived. CONTRIBUTOR/ Harry Stack Sulli- Susan Cook- Ken Wilber Max Scheler Eric Erikson Clare Graves Jane Loevinger John Broughton Robert Kegan INVESTIGATOR van Greuter Correlative Struc- (1874-1928) (1902-94) (1914-86) (1918-) (~1940- ) (~1940-) (birth/death dates) (1892-1949 (~1950-) ture Structural Hard- Psychosocial Devel- Stages of Develop- Perspective/ Self- Self-sense: TOPIC Self-integration Ego Types Ego Stages Self-epistemology ware opment ment Sense GENERAL/ specific American psychiatrist Union College psych Developmental psy- Renowned Harvard Harvard psychologist. Influential Danish psy- Harvard developmental POSITION/ROLE German philosopher and developmental prof. Originator of Level chologist. Authority on development psycholo- Followed Loevinger & chologist psychologist theorist Theory of Personality. John Mark Baldwin gist Kegan Psychiatry where cul- Humans develop cop- tural forces are largely ing systems to deal with Internalization of social responsible for mental Influential stages model CONTRIBUTION/ Heart/love as essence Influential stage theory existential problems. roles & maturing con- Later stages of human illnesses. Personality of psychological devel- SIGNIFICANCE of human existence of human development Manifested at individu- science. Measurable development traits reinforced by opment. al, societal, and species stages of development. positive affirmation and levels. security operations. Critical Theories of PERTINENT Lee, Graves – Levels of Psychological Devel- Evolving Self (1982), In Transcendence & Ma- On the Eternal in Man Interpersonal Theory of Childhood & Society Ego Development WORKS/ STUDIES Human Existence opment (1987), Philos- Over Our Heads ture Thought in Adult- (1920) Psychiatry (1953) (1950) (1976) (date/s) (2002) ophy & Existence (~1992) hood (1994) w/Miller. (1938) WILBER SOURCE: IP 204 IP 39, 203 IP 39-40, 203 IP 40-41, 47-53, 205 IP 35, 42, 203 IP 43, 203 IP 42-43, 205 IP 26, 42, 205 IP 117, 197 StudyIncreasing maturity Category IP 39-44, 91-98, 102-08 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- sciousness/ Divine] 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late 35 Non-dual: Middle 34 Non-dual: Early 10. Non-dual 33 - transition - 32 Causal: Late Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4D: Self & Ego – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ Harry Stack Sulli- Susan Cook- Ken Wilber Max Scheler Eric Erikson Clare Graves Jane Loevinger John Broughton Robert Kegan INVESTIGATOR van Greuter Correlative Struc- (1874-1928) (1902-94) (1914-86) (1918-) (~1940- ) (~1940-) (birth/death dates) (1892-1949 (~1950-) ture Structural Hard- Psychosocial Devel- Stages of Develop- Perspective/ Self- Self-sense: TOPIC Self-integration Ego Types Ego Stages Self-epistemology ware opment ment Sense GENERAL/ specific 31 Causal (formless): 9. Witness (pure Self) Early 30 - transition - SPIRIT {29.5-beyond} 29 Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): 28 8. Subtle Self (Soul) Early 27 - transition - 26 Psychic: Late Immortality vs extinc- Cosmic: Ego- Psychic (vision): tion transcendence 25 7. Psychic Self OLD AGE (75 yrs- [8.] Cosmic {25-Increasing maturity Early death): {25-beyond} beyond} Universal: Ego- 24 - transition - transcendence SOUL {22.5-30} [7.] Global {24} Integrity vs despair 6. Construct-witnessing: 23 Vision/ logic: Late LATER ADULT (60- Self-transparent 75yrs): {23-24} Sixth person {23} Generativity/ stagnation 6. Mind & body expe- 5. Ego-witnessing: Self 5. Post-formal- 22 Vision/logic:Middle 7. Relativity- integration MID-ADULT (34-60): Integrated riences of integrated as construct interindividual {22} self Fifth person {22} Intimacy vs isolation 4b. Autonomous: Self 6. Centaur (existential, 21 Vision/ logic: Early 6. Self-consistency EARLY ADULT (22-35 7. Systemic (integrated) Autonomous as system integrated Self) yrs): {21} 4a. Individualistic: Rela- tivity of self Creative-spiritual intelli- 5. Inner observer diffe- 20 - transition - 5. Continuity Individualistic Fourth person {20-21} gence rentiated from ego POST- CONVENTION- AL {20-beyond} Individual identity vs role confusion 6. Relativistic/ indivi- 3c. Conscientious: 19 Formal: Late Conscientious Cynical, mechanistic 4. Formal-institutional CENTAUR {19-24} LATE ADOLESCENCE dualistic Many roles (18-22 yrs): {19-20} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4D: Self & Ego – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ Harry Stack Sulli- Susan Cook- Ken Wilber Max Scheler Eric Erikson Clare Graves Jane Loevinger John Broughton Robert Kegan INVESTIGATOR van Greuter Correlative Struc- (1874-1928) (1902-94) (1914-86) (1918-) (~1940- ) (~1940-) (birth/death dates) (1892-1949 (~1950-) ture Structural Hard- Psychosocial Devel- Stages of Develop- Perspective/ Self- Self-sense: TOPIC Self-integration Ego Types Ego Stages Self-epistemology ware opment ment Sense GENERAL/ specific 18 Group identity vs alie- nation Conscientious- 3b. Goal-oriented: His- Formal: Early 4. Early individuation EARLY ADOLES- 5. Multiplistic 4. Dualist or positivist 5. Mature ego conformist torical self CENCE (12-18 yrs): {18-19} 3a. Self-conscious: 17 - transition - 3. Persona vs inner self 3. Interpersonal Introspection 4c. Mythic - late Third person {17-19} Mind & body differen- 2b. Conformist: Simple 4b. Mythic - middle 16 Rule/role: Late Rules-conformist Conformist tiated roles EGO {16-20} 2a. Rule-oriented: Early Industry vs inferiority roles 4a. Mythic (member- Practical intelligence MID CHILD (6-12 yrs): 4. Socio-centric 2. Naïve subjectivism Second person {15-16}Increasing maturity 15 Rule/role: Early ship-Self) – early {15-17} CONVENTIONAL {15- 19} 1. Big person mind, 14 - transition - Rules-‘cons’ Self-protective 2. Imperial little person body 1b. Self-protective: 0. Self inside, reality 13 Concept 3. Power Basic dichotomies, 3b. Concept-Self outside concepts Intiative vs guilt-anxiety 3a. Name-Self 12 Endocept Associative memory EARLY CHILD (3-6 3. Egocentric PERSONA {12-17} yrs): {12-14} 1a. Impulsive: Rudimen- Symbol 2. Manipulative- 11 Impulsive 1. Impulsive tary self-labelling - transition - demanding First person {11-14} 2b. Magical (Image- 10 Image body) Autonomy vs shame- doubt Symbiotic: Confused, 2a. Typhonic (Pranic- 9 Impulse/ emotion YOUNGER (18mos- 2. Magical-animistic Symbiotic confounded body) 3yrs): {9-11} 1. Differentiation of self 8 - transition - Instinctual effects & nonself 7 Exocept 1c. Axial body Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4D: Self & Ego – page 4 CONTRIBUTOR/ Harry Stack Sulli- Susan Cook- Ken Wilber Max Scheler Eric Erikson Clare Graves Jane Loevinger John Broughton Robert Kegan INVESTIGATOR van Greuter Correlative Struc- (1874-1928) (1902-94) (1914-86) (1918-) (~1940- ) (~1940-) (birth/death dates) (1892-1949 (~1950-) ture Structural Hard- Psychosocial Devel- Stages of Develop- Perspective/ Self- Self-sense: TOPIC Self-integration Ego Types Ego Stages Self-epistemology ware opment ment Sense GENERAL/ specific 6 Presocial: Autistic, un- Perception 1. Autistic Autistic 0. Incorporative differentiated No person {5-10}Increasing maturity Trust vs mistrust PRECONVENTIONAL 1b. Uroboric 5 Sensation Organismic survival INFANCY (0-18mos): Presocial {5-14] BODY EGO {5.5-12} {5-8} Matter: Molecular, 4 polymer 1a. Pleromatic 3 Matter: Atomic MATERIAL SELF {2.5-6} Matter: Subatomic 2 - transition - 1 [Before matter/ Void] Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 4E: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Leadership return to topThese Studies (mainly by organizational consultants) trace the development of Leadership in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental maturation thatoccur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. Leadership is ability to influence, motivate, and enable others to contribute toward the effectiveness and success of theorganizations with which they are affiliated. CONTRIBUTOR/ Don Beck William Torbert Jenny Wade INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (~1940- ) (~1940- ) (~1960- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras Levels of action Evolution of Con- Self-sense: TOPIC Spiral Dynamics (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews inquiry sciousness GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) Boston College man- Prof/director Inst Trans Management consul- POSITION/ROLE agement prof, organiza- Psych, management tant, integral educator tional consultant consultant. Sophisticated cultural stage model derived Applies developmental Integrative theory of CONTRIBUTION/ from Clare Graves, theory to business consciousness devel- SIGNIFICANCE used to illustrate gov- world opment ernment- & corporate- world dynamics PERTINENT Spiral Dynamics (1996) Power of Balance Changes of Mind WORKS/ STUDIES w/Cowan (1991) (1996) (date/s) IP 92-100,102-8, WILBER SOURCE: IP41-2, 47-53, 204 IP 206 IP 43, 203 IP 16-17, 199 IP 117, 197 IP 118-19, 198,207 Study 197,205 Category IP 47-53Higher Leadership FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- [00. AFTER DEATH] sciousness/ Divine] {37-38} 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late Constant consciousness 35 Non-dual: Middle Spirit & World Process (Release of all Chakras [10. NON-DUAL] Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless 34 Non-dual: Early 10. Non-dual in the Real) {34-36} Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} 33 - transition - 8. Unitary 32 Causal: Late Causal unity, cessation Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4E: Leadership – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ Don Beck William Torbert Jenny Wade INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (~1940- ) (~1940- ) (~1960- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras Levels of action Evolution of Con- Self-sense: TOPIC Spiral Dynamics (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews inquiry sciousness GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 31 Formless mysticism: Union with source of manif- Causal (formless): 9. CAUSAL (spirit) {31- 9. Witness (pure Self) est realms Early 33} Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) (Higher Chakras to 30 - transition - SPIRIT {29.5-beyond} cessation) 29 Subtle: Late 7. Transcendent Subtle realm unity, luminosity Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross Subtle (archetype): 28 8. SUBTLE {26.5-30} 8. Subtle Self (Soul) realm Early Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {28-30}, 7. Sahasrara: Tran-Higher Leadership Skillls 27 - transition - scendental conscious- ness, light 26 Psychic: Late Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, [transcendent awaken- Psychic (vision): WISDOM (crown of 7. PSYCHIC (soul) gross realm unity 25 ing] 7. Psychic Self Early head) {25-beyond} {23.5-26.5} Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} 9. CORAL {24-beyond} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} TRANSCENDENTAL 6. Psychic mind: 24 - transition - SOUL {22.5-30} Developmentalism as World Process {24-beyond} vision (Ajna) Holistic organism/ glob- 23 Vision/ logic: Late al Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical 8. TURQUOISE {22-24} Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic 22 Vision/logic:Middle 7. Ironist 6. Authentic Holistic integralism (global) {22-24}: 6. INTEGRATED (cen- Systematic process/ VISIONARY taur) {21-23.5} 6. Centaur (existential, 21 Vision/ logic: Early integrative 6. Existential THOUGHT (brow, third Multiple contexts/ histories integrated Self) 7. YELLOW {21-22} eye) {21-24} Social network/ Relati- Pluralistic systems, dynamic 20 - transition - vistic 5. Verbal-rational mind Pluralistic relativism {20-21} 6. GREEN {20-21} 5. Achievement/ affilia- 19 Formal: Late 5. Achiever CENTAUR {19-24} Static systems/ contexts tive Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4E: Leadership – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ Don Beck William Torbert Jenny Wade INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (~1940- ) (~1940- ) (~1960- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras Levels of action Evolution of Con- Self-sense: TOPIC Spiral Dynamics (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews inquiry sciousness GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 18 Strategic enterprise/ 5. MATURE EGO (ra- Static universal formalism EXPRESSION (throat) Formal: Early Individualistic-achiever 4. Technician tional reflexive) {16.5- 5. Mature ego Rational formalism {18-19} {18-20} 5. ORANGE {17-19} 20} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24} 4. Community-mind: 17 - transition - 3. Diplomat 4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing love 4b. Mythic - middle Rationalization of mythic structures 16 Rule/role: Late 4. Conformist EGO {16-20} Mythic–rational {16-17} Authority/ Absolutist- 4. ROLE SELF (perso- 4a. Mythic (member-Higher Leadership Skillls 15 Rule/role: Early religious 2. Opportunist LOVE (heart) {15-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other na) {13.5-16.5} ship-Self) – early 4. BLUE {14-16} Concrete-literal myths: 14 - transition - Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} 13 Concept 3. Egocentric 3. Intential-mind: power 3b. Concept-Self Ego omnipotence transferred to gods Strong-man/ Power- POWER (solar plexus) 3. MENTAL SELF (self- 3a. Name-Self Omnipotence of ego challenged, security 12 Endocept gods {12-14} concept) {10.5-13.5} PERSONA {12-17} Magic-mythic {12-13} 3. RED {11-14} Symbol 11 1. Impulsive Ego is locus of magic power - transition - 2b. Magical (Image- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic 10 Image body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} 2. Emotional-sexual Tribe/ Magical-animistic 2. EMOTIONAL SELF 2a. Typhonic (Pranic- 9 Impulse/ emotion 2. Naïve SEXUALITY (genitals) ‘Self-object’ 2. PURPLE {8-10} {8-10.5} body) {9-11} 8 - transition - Subject-object fusions Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment 7 Exocept 1c. Axial body Archaic-magical {7-9} 6 Perception Survival band/ Instinc- Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1b. Uroboric 5 Sensation tive 1. Reactive Archaic {5-6} BODY EGO {5.5-12} 1. BEIGE {5-7} EGOCENTRIC {5-13} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4E: Leadership – page 4 CONTRIBUTOR/ Don Beck William Torbert Jenny Wade INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (~1940- ) (~1940- ) (~1960- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras Levels of action Evolution of Con- Self-sense: TOPIC Spiral Dynamics (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews inquiry sciousness GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 4 PRE-, PERI-, NEO- Matter: Molecular, NATAL (possible tran- polymer scendent) {3-11} 1. Material 1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF {3- Matter: Atomic SURVIVAL (floor of MATERIAL SELFHigher Leadership 3 7} pelvis) {3-8} {2.5-6} Matter: Subatomic 2 - transition - 1 [Before matter/ 0. BEFORE CONCEP- Void] TION {1-2} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 4F1: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Cognition, Classic Investigators return to topThese Studies (mainly by classic academic investigators from the early 1900’s) trace the development of Cognition in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases ofmental maturation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. Cognition is the faculty for processing information and applying knowledge. It is closely relatedto thinking, reasoning, learning, and intelligence. CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin Aurobindo Karl Jaspers Jean Piaget INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1861-1934) (1872-1950) (1883-1969) (1896-1980) (birth/death dates) Existential- Chakras phenomenological Self-sense: TOPIC Logical mode Levels of mind Cognitive stages (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews reduction GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) (meditative thinking) Prominent experimental psychologist at Prince- European-educated German psychiatrist/ Renowned Swiss deve- POSITION/ROLE ton and Johns Hopkins. Indian nationalist, phi- philosopher lopmental psychologist Co-founder of Psych losopher, & mystic Review. Introduced evolution Baldwinian evolution: into Vedantic thought. Behaviors that initially Synthesized Great Nest Diagnose psychiatric Organized child cogni- CONTRIBUTION/ require learning can be with the differentiations symptoms by their tive development into SIGNIFICANCE replaced by evolved of modernity. Influ- form, not content series of stages. genetics enced Wilber and Mi- chael Murphy PERTINENT The Human Cycle Mental Development of Philosophy & Existence Growth of Logical WORKS/ STUDIES (~1915), Life Divine Child & Race (1895) (1938) Thinking (1958) (date/s) (1914-19) IP 22-25, 201, 208, IP 92-100,102-8, WILBER SOURCE: IP 78-82, 199, 217 83-4, 200, 202 IP204 IP 16-17, 199 IP 117, 197 IP 118-19, 198,207 Study 197-217 benchmark 197,205 Hi gher Thin ki ng Category IP 19-27 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- [00. AFTER DEATH] sciousness/ Divine] {37-38} 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late Satchitenanda Constant consciousness 35 Non-dual: Middle Spirit & World Process (Release of all Chakras [10. NON-DUAL] Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless 34 Non-dual: Early Supermind 10. Non-dual in the Real) {34-36} Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4F1: Cognition, Classic – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin Aurobindo Karl Jaspers Jean Piaget INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1861-1934) (1872-1950) (1883-1969) (1896-1980) (birth/death dates) Existential- Chakras phenomenological Self-sense: TOPIC Logical mode Levels of mind Cognitive stages (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews reduction GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) (meditative thinking) 33 - transition - 32 Causal: Late Causal unity, cessation Formless mysticism: Union with source of manif- Causal (formless): 9. CAUSAL (spirit) {31- 31 Overmind 9. Witness (pure Self) est realms Early 33} Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) (Higher Chakras to 30 - transition - SPIRIT {29.5-beyond} cessation) 29 Subtle: Late Subtle realm unity, luminosity Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross Subtle (archetype): 28 Intuitive mind 8. SUBTLE {26.5-30} 8. Subtle Self (Soul) realm Early Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {28-30}, 7. Sahasrara: Tran-Hi ghe r Th innki ng 27 - transition - scendental conscious- ness, light 26 Psychic: Late Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, Psychic (vision): WISDOM (crown of 7. PSYCHIC (soul) gross realm unity 25 Hyper-logical Illumined mind 7. Psychic Self Early head) {25-beyond} {23.5-26.5} Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} 6. Psychic mind: 24 - transition - SOUL {22.5-30} Developmentalism as World Process vision (Ajna) 23 Vision/ logic: Late Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic 22 Vision/logic:Middle 4. True meditative Holistic integralism (global) {22-24}: 6. INTEGRATED (cen- VISIONARY PoLog [2] taur) {21-23.5} 6. Centaur (existential, 21 Vision/ logic: Early Extra-logical Higher mind (systems) 3. Temporal THOUGHT (brow, third Multiple contexts/ histories integrated Self) eye) {21-24} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4F1: Cognition, Classic – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin Aurobindo Karl Jaspers Jean Piaget INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1861-1934) (1872-1950) (1883-1969) (1896-1980) (birth/death dates) Existential- Chakras phenomenological Self-sense: TOPIC Logical mode Levels of mind Cognitive stages (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews reduction GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) (meditative thinking) 20 Early PoLog [1] POSTFORMAL: Poly- valent logic [PoLog]: Pluralistic systems, dynamic - transition - 2. Duality self 5. Verbal-rational mind systems of systems Pluralistic relativism {20-21} {20-beyond} Late FormOp [4] 19 Formal: Late 1. Empirical FormOp 3 CENTAUR {19-24} Static systems/ contexts 5. MATURE EGO (ra- Static universal formalism Logical mind (reason- EXPRESSION (throat) 18 Formal: Early Logical FormOp 2 tional reflexive) {16.5- 5. Mature ego Rational formalism {18-19} ing) {18-20} 20} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24} FormOp 1 FORMAL OPERA- 4. Community-mind: 17 - transition - 4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing TIONAL (FormOp) {17- loveHi gher Th innki ng 19} 4b. Mythic - middle Rationalization of mythic structures 16 Rule/role: Late ConOp 2 EGO {16-20} Mythic–rational {16-17} ConOp 1 CONCRETE OPERA- 4. ROLE SELF (perso- 4a. Mythic (member- 15 Rule/role: Early Concrete mind LOVE (heart) {15-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other TIONAL (ConOp) {15- na) {13.5-16.5} ship-Self) – early 16} 14 Concrete-literal myths: - transition - Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} 13 Concept Quasi-logical Lower mind 3. Intential-mind: power 3b. Concept-Self Ego omnipotence transferred to gods [PreOp 2]: Intuitive- POWER (solar plexus) 3. MENTAL SELF (self- 3a. Name-Self Omnipotence of ego challenged, security 12 Endocept conceptual {12-14} concept) {10.5-13.5} PERSONA {12-17} Magic-mythic {12-13} Symbol 11 Ego is locus of magic power - transition - [PreOp 1]: Pre- concep- tual 2b. Magical (Image- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic 10 Image PREOPERATIONAL body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} [PreOp] {10-14} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4F1: Cognition, Classic – page 4 CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin Aurobindo Karl Jaspers Jean Piaget INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1861-1934) (1872-1950) (1883-1969) (1896-1980) (birth/death dates) Existential- Chakras phenomenological Self-sense: TOPIC Logical mode Levels of mind Cognitive stages (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews reduction GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) (meditative thinking) 9 2. Emotional-sexual 2. EMOTIONAL SELF 2a. Typhonic (Pranic- Impulse/ emotion Vital-emotional SEXUALITY (genitals) ‘Self-object’ {8-10.5} body) {9-11} 8 - transition - Subject-object fusions Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment 7 Exocept 1c. Axial body Archaic-magical {7-9}Hi gher Th inkin g 6 Perception Sensorimotor Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1b. Uroboric 5 Sensation Pre-logical Archaic {5-6} BODY EGO {5.5-12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13} Matter: Molecular, 4 polymer 1. Material 1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF {3- 3 Matter: Atomic Physical SURVIVAL (floor of MATERIAL SELF 7} pelvis) {3-8} {2.5-6} Matter: Subatomic 2 - transition - 1 [Before matter/ 0. BEFORE CONCEP- Void] TION {1-2} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 4F2: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Cognition, Modern Investigators return to topThese Studies (mainly by modern academic investigators since the mid-1900’s) trace the development of Cognition in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases ofmental maturation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. Cognition is faculty for processing information and applying knowledge. It is closely related tothinking, reasoning, learning, and intelligence. Marishi Mahesh CONTRIBUTOR/ Michael Commons, Gisela Labouvie- Ken Wilber Kurt Fischer Juan Pascual-Leone Yogi (1917- ) INVESTIGATOR Francis Richards Vief Correlative Struc- (~1940-) (~1940-) Charles Alexander (birth/death dates) (~1950-) (~1960- ) ture (~1950-) TOPIC Cognitive stages Cognitive stages Cognitive stages Levels of Mind Cognitive stages Cognitive stages M: Brought TM to West. Wayne State prof & Influential developmen- Influential developmen- Developmental psy- POSITION/ROLE Beatles. adult development tal psychologist tal psychologist chologists A: TM interpreter. psychologist Transcendental Medita- tion (TM): Popular, Added hermeneutic, Harmonized research widely-syndicated Ved- Studies on how CONTRIBUTION/ phenomenological, from several investiga- ic meditative technique processing of emotions SIGNIFICANCE dialectic orientation to tors A: Applied developmen- changes as we age developmental studies tal psychology to the practice of TM, M: Science of Being & w/Armon. Adult Devel- PERTINENT Art of Living (1963). A: Psyche & Gender – Human Development opment (1990), Beyond WORKS/ STUDIES Higher Stages of Hu- Mind & Gender in the (1984) Formal Operations (date/s) man Development Life Course (1994) (1984) (1990) w/Langer. IP 27, 29, 201, 211 IP 18-27, 197-217 cor- WILBER SOURCE: IP 29, 201 IP 202, 204 IP 90, 201 (see Table 6A, Eastern IP 202 Study rel. Mystics) Category IP 19-27Hi gher Thin ki ng FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- sciousness/ Divine] 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late 35 Non-dual: Middle 34 Non-dual: Early 8. Brahman-Atman 33 - transition - Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4F2: Cognition, Modern – page 2 Marishi Mahesh CONTRIBUTOR/ Michael Commons, Gisela Labouvie- Ken Wilber Kurt Fischer Juan Pascual-Leone Yogi (1917- ) INVESTIGATOR Francis Richards Vief Correlative Struc- (~1940-) (~1940-) Charles Alexander (birth/death dates) (~1950-) (~1960- ) ture (~1950-) TOPIC Cognitive stages Cognitive stages Cognitive stages Levels of Mind Cognitive stages Cognitive stages 32 Causal: Late 7. Pure Self Causal (formless): 31 6. Root mind Early 30 - transition - 29 Subtle: Late Subtle (archetype): 28 Early 5. Transcendental intui- 27 - transition - tion 26 Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): 25 Early 24 - transition -Hi gher Th in kin g 23 Vision/ logic: Late 6b. Cross-paradigmatic Transcendental (rea- 22 Vision/logic:Middle 6a. Paradigmatic lized self) 10. Systems of systems Dialectical (dialectical 21 Vision/ logic: Early 5b. Meta-systematic (24-26 yrs) self) Pre-dialectical (duality POSTFORMAL 20 - transition - 9. Systems (19-21 yrs) 5a. Systematic self) {19.5-beyond} Late formal (existential 19 Formal: Late 4. Abstract mind self) 8. Abstract mapping 18 Formal: Early Formal 4b. Formal (11-15 yrs) FORM-OP 7. Abstract set (10-12 17 - transition - Early formal 4a. Abstract (formal operations) yrs) {16.5-19.5} 3b. Concrete opera- 16 Rule/role: Late Late concrete tions 6. Rep system (6-7.5 15 Rule/role: Early [Concrete] 3a. Primary actions yrs) CON-OP 14 - transition - (Concrete operational) {13.5-16.5} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4F2: Cognition, Modern – page 3 Marishi Mahesh CONTRIBUTOR/ Michael Commons, Gisela Labouvie- Ken Wilber Kurt Fischer Juan Pascual-Leone Yogi (1917- ) INVESTIGATOR Francis Richards Vief Correlative Struc- (~1940-) (~1940-) Charles Alexander (birth/death dates) (~1950-) (~1960- ) ture (~1950-) TOPIC Cognitive stages Cognitive stages Cognitive stages Levels of Mind Cognitive stages Cognitive stages 13 5. Rep mapping (4-5 3. Representaional Concept yrs) mind 2b. Preoperational 12 Endocept actions 4. Single representa- REP MIND Symbol 11 tional [rep] set (20-24 Preoperational 2a. Nominal actions (representational mind) - transition - mos) {10.5-13.5} 10 Image 3. SM system (11-13 2. Prana: emotion- 9 Impulse/ emotion mos) desireHig he r Th inkin g PHANTASMIC- 8 - transition - 1b. Sentential actions EMOTIONAL {7.5-10.5} 2. SM mapping (7-8 7 Exocept mos) 1a. Sensorimotor ac- 6 Perception Sensorimotor 1. Sensorimotor tions 1. Sensorimotor [SM] 5 Sensation set (3-4 mos) Matter: Molecular, 4 polymer SENSORI-MOTOR 3 Matter: Atomic {2.5-7.5} 2 Matter: Subatomic - transition - 1 [Before matter/ Void] Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 4G: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Art, Aesthetics, & Creativity return to topThese Studies (by academic investigators and psychologists) trace the development of Art, Aesthetics, and Creativity in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases ofmental maturation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. Art is the skill of expressing the beautiful through tangible media – such as writing, painting, andmusic. Aesthetics is the philosophical study of the nature of beauty, and of its expression in art. Creativity is the mental process of generating new entities, either of an artistic or conceptual na-ture – particularly if they contain an important element of beauty. CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin Erich Neumann Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1861-1934) (1905-60) (1950- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras Psychological Stag- Self-sense: TOPIC Aesthetic Stages Mythological Stages Art (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews es GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) Prominent experimental psychologist at Prince- POSITION/ROLE ton and Johns Hopkins. Gifted Jungian psychologist and cultural theorist Co-founder of Psych Review. Baldwinian evolution: Behaviors that initially Mythology throughout history reveals develop- CONTRIBUTION/ require learning can be ment of human consciousness at both individual SIGNIFICANCE replaced by evolved and cultural levels. geneticsHigher Creative Conscious- Thought & Things PERTINENT (1906), Mental Devel- WORKS/ STUDIES Origins & History of Consciousness (1954) opment of Child & Race (date/s) (1895) WILBER SOURCE: IP 78-82, 199, 217 IP 121-23, 254, 213; IP 92-100,102-8, IP 39, 204 IP 16-17, 199 IP 117, 197 IP 118-19, 198,207 Study ES 106 197,205 Category IP 121-23 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- [00. AFTER DEATH] sciousness/ Divine] {37-38} 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late Constant consciousness 35 Non-dual: Middle Spirit & World Process Zen landscape (Release of all Chakras [10. NON-DUAL] Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless 34 Non-dual: Early 10. Non-dual NON-DUAL {34-36} in the Real) {34-36} Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4G: Art, Aesthetics, Creativity – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin Erich Neumann Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1861-1934) (1905-60) (1950- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras Psychological Stag- Self-sense: TOPIC Aesthetic Stages Mythological Stages Art (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews es GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 33 - transition - 32 Causal: Late Causal unity, cessation Formless mysticism: Union with source of manif- Causal (formless): 9. CAUSAL (spirit) {31- 31 9. Witness (pure Self) est realms Early 33} Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) (Higher Chakras to 30 - transition - SPIRIT {29.5-beyond} cessation) 29 Subtle: Late Subtle realm unity, luminosity Thangka, bhakti ex- Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of grossHigher Creative Conscious- Subtle (archetype): 28 pressivist 8. SUBTLE {26.5-30} 8. Subtle Self (Soul) realm Early ARCHETYPAL {28-33} Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {28-30}, 7. Sahasrara: Tran- 27 - transition - scendental conscious- ness, light 26 Psychic: Late Psychic perceptual Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, Psychic (vision): Fantastic realist WISDOM (crown of 7. PSYCHIC (soul) gross realm unity 25 7. Psychic Self Early SYMBOLIST {25-27} head) {25-beyond} {23.5-26.5} Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} 6. Psychic mind: 24 - transition - SOUL {22.5-30} Developmentalism as World Process vision (Ajna) 23 Vision/ logic: Late Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Cubist, abstract Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic 22 Vision/logic:Middle APERSPECTIVAL {22- Holistic integralism (global) {22-24}: 24} 6. INTEGRATED (cen- VISIONARY taur) {21-23.5} 6. Centaur (existential, 21 Vision/ logic: Early Transformation Ego/self integration THOUGHT (brow, third Multiple contexts/ histories integrated Self) eye) {21-24} Pluralistic systems, dynamic 20 - transition - Impressionistic 5. Verbal-rational mind Pluralistic relativism {20-21} 19 Formal: Late Captive & treasure Mature ego Conceptual, formal CENTAUR {19-24} Static systems/ contexts Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4G: Art, Aesthetics, Creativity – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin Erich Neumann Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1861-1934) (1905-60) (1950- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras Psychological Stag- Self-sense: TOPIC Aesthetic Stages Mythological Stages Art (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews es GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 18 PERSPECTIVAL {18- 5. MATURE EGO (ra- Static universal formalism EXPRESSION (throat) Formal: Early Reflective 21} Naturalistic, empiri- tional reflexive) {16.5- 5. Mature ego Rational formalism {18-19} {18-20} cal- representational 20} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24} Differentiation of ani- 4. Community-mind: 17 - transition - Slaying of Father 4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing mus love 4b. Mythic - middle Rationalization of mythic structures 16 Rule/role: Late EGO {16-20} Mythic–rational {16-17} Concrete religious art,Higher Creative Consciousness icons 4. ROLE SELF (perso- 4a. Mythic (member- 15 Rule/role: Early Spontaneous Slaying of Mother Differention of anima LOVE (heart) {15-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other MYTHOLOGICAL- na) {13.5-16.5} ship-Self) – early LITERAL {15-17} Concrete-literal myths: 14 - transition - Birth of Hero Emergence of ego Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} 13 Concept Play Dragon fight Overcoming instincts 3. Intential-mind: power 3b. Concept-Self Ego omnipotence transferred to gods POWER (solar plexus) 3. MENTAL SELF (self- 3a. Name-Self Omnipotence of ego challenged, security 12 Endocept {12-14} concept) {10.5-13.5} PERSONA {12-17} Magic-mythic {12-13} Cave art, dream im- Symbol Separation of the World Oedipus/ Electra: Cs- agery, surrealist 11 Ego is locus of magic power - transition - Parents ness - uncsness MAGICAL IMAGERY {11-14} 2b. Magical (Image- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic 10 Image Body-self narcissism body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} Feeling-expression 2. Emotional-sexual 2. EMOTIONAL SELF 2a. Typhonic (Pranic- 9 Impulse/ emotion None Maternal incest EMOTIONAL- SEXUALITY (genitals) ‘Self-object’ {8-10.5} body) EXPRESSIVIST {9-10} {9-11} 8 - transition - Great Mother Magic Subject-object fusions Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment 7 Exocept Wish-fulfillment 1c. Axial body Archaic-magical {7-9} 6 Perception Uroboric Mother Undifferentiated, pleromatic Initial aesthetic impact 1b. Uroboric 5 Sensation Uroboros Alimentary uroboros Archaic {5-6} SENSORIMOTOR {5-8} BODY EGO {5.5-12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4G: Art, Aesthetics, Creativity – page 4 CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin Erich Neumann Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1861-1934) (1905-60) (1950- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras Psychological Stag- Self-sense: TOPIC Aesthetic Stages Mythological Stages Art (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews es GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 4 Matter: Molecular, Uroboric fusion polymer 1. Material 1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF {3- 3 Matter: Atomic Pleroma Pleromatic SURVIVAL (floor of MATERIAL SELF 7} pelvis) {3-8} {2.5-6}Higher Creative Conscious- Matter: Subatomic 2 - transition - 1 [Before matter/ 0. BEFORE CONCEP- Void] TION {1-2} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 4H1: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Ethical/Moral Principles return to topThese Studies (mainly by academic investigators) trace the development of Principles approach to Ethics and Morals in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases ofmental maturation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. Ethics is the discipline of determining what is good or bad, right or wrong. Morals are the socialstandards derived from ethical inquiry. The Principles approach evaluates ethical systems based on how their principles are derived. Howard Kirchen- Jean Piaget Patricia King John Mark Baldwin John Rawls Lawrence Kohlberg Jurgen Habermas baum (1896-1980) Karen Kitchener (1861-1934) (1921-2002) (1927-87) (1929- ) (~1940- ) (w/Buel) (~1950- ) Leland Howe Domain of Idea of the Good TOPIC Ethical Levels Moral Stages Moral Positions Moral Judgment Validity (inclusive- Ethics Moral Character Critical Thinking Life ness) Prominent experimental psychologist at Prince- Renowned Swiss deve- Harvard political philo- Influential Harvard psy- Educational psycholo- Educational psycholo- POSITION/ROLE ton and Johns Hopkins. Neo-Marxist German philosopher lopmental psychologist sopher chologist gist gist Co-founder of Psych Review. Baldwinian evolution: Behaviors that initially Organized child cogni- Justice as fairness: Promotes critical think- CONTRIBUTION/ Applied Piaget to moral Comprehensive developmental model that omits the higher spiritual le- Applies values analysis require learning can be tive development into How & when citizens ing for high school and SIGNIFICANCE development vels to schoolroom setting replaced by evolved series of stages. obliged to obey laws college students genetics Growth of Logical PERTINENT Mental Development of Thinking (1958), Psy- Theory of Justice Stages of Ethical De- Values Clarification Developing Reflective WORKS/ STUDIES Structural Transformation of Public Sphere (1989) Child & Race (1895) chology of the Child (1971) velopment (1991) (1995) Judgment (1994) (date/s) (1962) WILBER SOURCE: IP 78-82, 199, 217 IP 22-25, 201, 208, IP 45, 208 IP 45-47, 206 IP 82-3, 214, 216 IP 45, 208 IP 45, 206 Study 197-217 correlHigher Principles Category IP 44-46, 115-18 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- sciousness/ Divine] 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late 35 Non-dual: Middle 34 Non-dual: Early 33 - transition - Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4H1: Ethical/Moral Principles – page 2 Howard Kirchen- Jean Piaget Patricia King John Mark Baldwin John Rawls Lawrence Kohlberg Jurgen Habermas baum (1896-1980) Karen Kitchener (1861-1934) (1921-2002) (1927-87) (1929- ) (~1940- ) (w/Buel) (~1950- ) Leland Howe Domain of Idea of the Good TOPIC Ethical Levels Moral Stages Moral Positions Moral Judgment Validity (inclusive- Ethics Moral Character Critical Thinking Life ness) 32 Causal: Late Causal (formless): 31 Early 30 - transition - 29 Subtle: Late 28 Subtle (archetype): Early 27 - transition - 26 Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): 25 7. Universal spiritual EarlyHigher Principles POST- POSTCON- 24 - transition - VENTIONAL {23.5- beyond} 23 Vision/ logic: Late Synnomic All humans as world Universal ethics of 22 Vision/logic:Middle Ideal 6. Universal ethical 7. Political freedom citizens speech All humans as private 21 Vision/ logic: Early Ethical 6. Moral freedom Formalistic ethics Values-oriented 7. Synthesis persons 5. Prior rights/ social 20 - transition - (Autonomy) Morality of principles Legal freedom 6. Early synthesis contract 4/5. Transition 19 Formal: Late Autonomy POST- CONVEN- 5. Civil liberties All legal associates Rational natural law Contextualism TIONAL{18.5-23.5} 4. Concrete morality/ Members of the political 18 Formal: Early Instrumental 4. Law & order Specific order Goal-oriented 5. Relativism secondary groups community 3. Approval of others 3. Concrete morality/ Group of primary refer- 17 - transition - Relativistic Morality of association CONVENTIONAL {17- 4. Abstractions primary groups ence persons 18.5} 2. Hedonism under 16 Rule/role: Late Dualistic (Socionomy) 2. Naïve hedonism Rule-governed exchange 15 Rule/role: Early Heteronomy 3. Personal impressions Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4H1: Ethical/Moral Principles – page 3 Howard Kirchen- Jean Piaget Patricia King John Mark Baldwin John Rawls Lawrence Kohlberg Jurgen Habermas baum (1896-1980) Karen Kitchener (1861-1934) (1921-2002) (1927-87) (1929- ) (~1940- ) (w/Buel) (~1950- ) Leland Howe Domain of Idea of the Good TOPIC Ethical Levels Moral Stages Moral Positions Moral Judgment Validity (inclusive- Ethics Moral Character Critical Thinking Life ness) 14 1. Punishment/ ob- 1. Hedonism under Nature & social envi- - transition - (Heteronomy) Naïve hedonism edience obedience ronment 2. Representational 13 Concept Morality of authority Power-dependent relations 12 Endocept Symbol External necessity (Anomy) 0. Magic wish 1. Concrete categoryHigher Principles 11 - transition - 10 Image Projective Anomy PRE-CONVENTIONAL 9 Impulse/ emotion Adual Physical {9-16} 8 - transition - 7 Exocept 6 Perception 5 Sensation 4 Matter: Molecular, polymer 3 Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic 2 - transition - 1 [Before matter/ Void] Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 4H2: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Ethical/Moral Perspectives, Wilber return to topThese Studies (by Wilber himself) trace the development of Perspectives approach to Ethics and Morals in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental ma-turation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. Ethics is the discipline of determining what is good or bad, right or wrong. Morals are the social standardsderived from ethical inquiry. The Perspectives approach measures ethical principles by their diversity of perspective and the degree of inclusiveness with which they are applied. CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (1950- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Moral Span Moral Impulse (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) POSITION/ROLE CONTRIBUTION/ SIGNIFICANCE PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES (date/s) WILBER SOURCE: IP 115-18, 197 IP 92-100,102-8, IP 115-18, 197 IP 16-17, 199 IP 117, 197 IP 118-19, 198,207 Study 197,205 Category IP 44-46, 115-18 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- [00. AFTER DEATH] Broadening Perspec- sciousness/ Divine] {37-38} 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late Constant consciousness 35 Non-dual: Middle Spirit & World Process (Release of all Chakras [10. NON-DUAL] Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless 34 Non-dual: Early 10. Non-dual in the Real) {34-36} Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} 33 - transition - Buddhic {32.5-36}: All manifest & unmanifest Always/already {32.5- 32 Causal: Late Causal unity, cessation reality (self-liberation in 36} (sage/siddha) primordial awareness) Formless mysticism: Union with source of manif- Causal (formless): 9. CAUSAL (spirit) 31 9. Witness (pure Self) est realms Early {31-33} Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4H2: Ethical/Moral Perspectives, Wilber – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (1950- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Moral Span Moral Impulse (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 30 (Higher Chakras to - transition - SPIRIT {29.5-36} cessation) 29 Subtle: Late Subtle realm unity, luminosity Bodhisatvic {28-31}: Panentheistic [28-31}: Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross Subtle (archetype): 28 All sentient beings (lo- All sentient beings in all 8. SUBTLE {27.5-30} 8. Subtle Self (Soul) realm Early cus of Brahma-lokas) realms (saintly) Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {28-30}, 7. Sahasrara: Tran- 27 - transition - scendental conscious- ness, light 26 Psychic: LateBroadening Perspectives Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, Psychic (vision): WISDOM (crown of 7. PSYCHIC (soul) gross realm unity 25 7. Psychic Self Early head) {25-36} {24.5-26.5} Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-36} Shamanic {23.5-27}: All earthly beings (locus Panenhenic {23.5-27}: of World Soul). 6. Psychic mind: 24 - transition - All earthly beings (yo- Developmentalism as World Process POST-POST- vision (Ajna) gic) CONVENTIONAL {23.5-beyond} 23 Vision/ logic: Late SOUL {22.5-30} Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic 22 Vision/logic:Middle Holistic integralism (global) {22-24}: 6. INTEGRATED (cen- VISIONARY taur) {21-23.5} 6. Centaur (existential, 21 Vision/ logic: Early THOUGHT (brow, third Multiple contexts/ histories integrated Self) eye) {21-24} Worldcentric{20-22.5}: All of Us -all humans (locus of rational uni- Universal-global {20- Pluralistic systems, dynamic 20 - transition - 5. Verbal-rational mind versal pluralism) 22.5} Pluralistic relativism {20-21} POST- CONVEN- TIONAL {20-22.5} 19 Formal: Late CENTAUR {19-24} Static systems/ contexts Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4H2: Ethical/Moral Perspectives, Wilber – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (1950- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Moral Span Moral Impulse (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 18 5. MATURE EGO (ra- Static universal formalism EXPRESSION (throat) Formal: Early Rational-reflexive tional reflexive) 5. Mature ego Rational formalism {18-19} {18-20} {17.5-20} WORLDCENTRIC {18.5-24} 4. Community-mind: 17 - transition - Conventional 4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing love Sociocentric {16-19}: Us - family, group, tribe, nation (locus of mythic/ 4b. Mythic - middle Rationalization of mythic structures 16 Rule/role: Late membership) EGO {16-20} Mythic–rational {16-17} CONVENTIONAL (16- 19}Broadening Perspectives 4. ROLE SELF (perso- 4a. Mythic (member- 15 Rule/role: Early Mythic-membership LOVE (heart) {15-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other na) {14.5-16.5} ship-Self) – early Concrete-literal myths: 14 - transition - Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} 13 Concept Safety-power 3. Intential-mind: power 3b. Concept-Self Ego omnipotence transferred to gods POWER (solar plexus) 3. MENTAL SELF (self- 3a. Name-Self Omnipotence of ego challenged, security 12 Endocept {12-14} concept) {11.5-13.5} PERSONA {12-17} Magic-mythic {12-13} Symbol 11 Hedonic Ego is locus of magic power - transition - 2b. Magical (Image- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic 10 Image Narcissism body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} 2. Emotional-sexual 2a. Typhonic (Pranic- 9 Impulse/ emotion Magical SEXUALITY (genitals) ‘Self-object’ body) {9-11} 2. EMOTIONAL SELF 8 - transition - Impulsive Subject-object fusions {8-10.5} Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment 7 Exocept 1c. Axial body Archaic-magical {7-9} 6 Perception Self-only Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4H2: Ethical/Moral Perspectives, Wilber – page 4 CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (1950- ) (birth/death dates) Chakras Self-sense: TOPIC Moral Span Moral Impulse (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) 5 Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1b. Uroboric Sensation Symbolic Archaic {5-6} BODY EGO {5.5-12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13} Egocentric {3-15}: Me Matter: Molecular, (locus of bodily-self) 4 Autistic polymer PRE-CONVENTIONAL {3-15} 1. Material 1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF Matter: Atomic SURVIVAL (floor of MATERIAL SELFBroadening Perspec- 3 {3-7} pelvis) {3-8} {2.5-6} Matter: Subatomic 2 - transition - 1 [Before matter/ 0. BEFORE CONCEP- Void] TION {1-2} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 4H3: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Ethical/Moral Perspectives, Modern Investigators return to topThese Studies (by modern academic investigators) trace the development of Perspectives approach to Ethics and Morals in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phasesof mental maturation that occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. Ethics is the discipline of determining what is good or bad, right or wrong. Morals are the so-cial standards derived from ethical inquiry. The Perspectives approach measures ethical principles by their diversity of perspective and the degree of inclusiveness with which they are applied. CONTRIBUTOR/ Suzanne Fredda Blanchard- William G. Perry Ralph Turner Carol Gilligan Lee Anne Peck Dierdre Kramer Robert Selman Cheryl Armon INVESTIGATOR Benack Fields (~1930- ) (~1930- ) (1936- ) (~1950- ) (~1950- ) (~1950- ) (~1950 ) (birth/death dates) (~1950- ) (~1950- ) Empathy (willing- Female Moral Stag- ness/ ability to as- Socio-emotional Social-Cognitive Role-taking [revised TOPIC Self-outlook Social Role-taking Moral Motivation Stages of the Good es sume another’s pers- Development Stages from Wilber] pective) Researcher in adult Researcher in post- Harvard educational Prominent social psy- Harvard social psychol- Prominent educational POSITION/ROLE [Cannot identify] social cognition and Social psychologist formal reasoning in psychologist chologist ogist psychologist problem-solving adults Developed influential Revised Kohlberg for Influential work on as- Contextualism and CONTRIBUTION/ Landmark study on five-stage sequence to female moral stages: suming another’s pers- dialecticism promote SIGNIFICANCE student development promote tolerance in Care vs. justice. pective more fluid development children w/Commons. Adult PERTINENT Forms of Intellectual & Transformation in Clini- Collective behavior In a Different Voice Adult Development & Affective role-taking Development (1990), WORKS/ STUDIES Ethical Development in cal & Developmental (1972) (1982) Aging model (1980) Beyond Formal Opera- (date/s) College Years (1970) Psychology (1989) tions (1984) WILBER SOURCE: IP 45, 172, 206 IP 207 IP 45, 208 IP 207 IP 212 IP 45, 206 IP 45, 206 IP 45, 208 IP 45, 207 Study Category IP 44-46, 115-18 Broadening Perspec- FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- sciousness/ Divine] 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late 35 Non-dual: Middle 34 Non-dual: Early 33 - transition - 32 Causal: Late Causal (formless): 31 Early Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4H3: Ethical/Moral Perspectives, Modern – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ Suzanne Fredda Blanchard- William G. Perry Ralph Turner Carol Gilligan Lee Anne Peck Dierdre Kramer Robert Selman Cheryl Armon INVESTIGATOR Benack Fields (~1930- ) (~1930- ) (1936- ) (~1950- ) (~1950- ) (~1950- ) (~1950 ) (birth/death dates) (~1950- ) (~1950- ) Empathy (willing- Female Moral Stag- ness/ ability to as- Socio-emotional Social-Cognitive Role-taking [revised TOPIC Self-outlook Social Role-taking Moral Motivation Stages of the Good es sume another’s pers- Development Stages from Wilber] pective) 30 - transition - 29 Subtle: Late 28 Subtle (archetype): Early 27 - transition - 26 Psychic: Late 25 Psychic (vision): Early 24 - transition -Broadening Perspectives 23 Vision/ logic: Late Social genius 7. Dynamic dialecticism (integration of cultural & 8-9. Commitment: Mid- 6. Integrative multiple 22 Vision/logic:Middle historical systems into 6. Universal holism dle/ late perspectives evolving social struc- tures) 21 Vision/ logic: Early 6-7. Commitment: Early Hierarchical-integrative Contextualism 5. Autonomy 4-5. Subjective relativ- ism 20 - transition - Interactive empathy Rational-altruistic Willing/ Able 5. Multiple perspectives 6. Dynamic relativism 5. Symbolic interaction POST- CONVENTION- AL {20-beyond} 19 Formal: Late Pluralism Universal care 5. Static systems 4. Individual 3b. In-depth societal 4. Early multiple pers- 4. Static relativism, 18 Formal: Early 5. Relativism Interactive effect perspective-taking 4. Individuality pectives pluralism (perspectivism) 3. Affective mutuality 3. Formism, mechan- 17 - transition - 3-4. Multiplicity Third party reflexive Care Willing/ unable 3. Multiple outcomes 3a. Mutual CONVENTIONAL {17- ism 19} Third party non- reflex- Conformist (irrational- 16 Rule/role: Late 2. Self -reflective 2. Instrumental egoism ive conscientious) 15 Rule/role: Early 2. Early multiplicity 2. Dualist-absolutist 2. Pre-formism Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4H3: Ethical/Moral Perspectives, Modern – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ Suzanne Fredda Blanchard- William G. Perry Ralph Turner Carol Gilligan Lee Anne Peck Dierdre Kramer Robert Selman Cheryl Armon INVESTIGATOR Benack Fields (~1930- ) (~1930- ) (1936- ) (~1950- ) (~1950- ) (~1950- ) (~1950 ) (birth/death dates) (~1950- ) (~1950- ) Empathy (willing- Female Moral Stag- ness/ ability to as- Socio-emotional Social-Cognitive Role-taking [revised TOPIC Self-outlook Social Role-taking Moral Motivation Stages of the Good es sume another’s pers- Development Stages from Wilber] pective) 14 1. Radical egoism - transition - Identificatory reflexive Unable 1. Subjective (early) PRE- CONVENTIONAL {9-16} Expedient/ self- protec- 13 Concept 1. Dualistic 1. One perspective tiveBroadening Perspectives 12 Endocept Selfish 1. Undifferentiation Symbol Identificatory, non- 11 Unwilling 0. Egocentric - transition - reflexive 10 Image 9 Impulse/ emotion Amoral-impulsive 8 - transition - 7 Exocept 6 Perception 5 Sensation Matter: Molecular, 4 polymer 3 Matter: Atomic Matter: Subatomic 2 - transition - 1 [Before matter/ Void] Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 4I: STAGES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – Worldviews return to topThese Studies (by various classic and modern investigators) trace the development of Worldviews in the Realm of Psyche Passages. Psyche Passages are the internal phases of mental maturationthat occur as we progress through the Stages of psychological development. A Worldview is a broad framework through which one perceives, interprets, and interacts with the world. Clare Graves CONTRIBUTOR/ (1914-86) Ken Wilber John Mark Baldwin Melvin Miller INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (1861-1934) (~1940- ) Don Beck (birth/death dates) (~1940- ) Intermediate Chakras worldviews (teleo- Self-sense: TOPIC Worldviews Dualism Spiral Dynamics (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums logical/ GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) ateleo-/ antiteleo-) G: Union College psych Prominent experimental prof. Originator of Level psychologist at Prince- Theory of Personality. POSITION/ROLE ton and Johns Hopkins. B: Foremost expositor Co-founder of Psych and developer of Review. Graves model. Increasing Comprehensive- G: Sophisticated cultur- Baldwinian evolution: al stage model, used to Behaviors that initially illustrate corporate- and CONTRIBUTION/ Adult development in require learning can be government-world dy- SIGNIFICANCE higher lines replaced by evolved namics. genetics B: Refined model into Spiral Dynamics Thought & Things G: Cowan, Never End- PERTINENT Creativity, Spirituality, (1906), Mental Devel- ing Quest (2005) WORKS/ STUDIES Transcendence (1999) opment of Child & Race B: Spiral Dynamics (date/s) w/Cook-Greuter (1895) (1996), w/Cowan WILBER SOURCE: IP 118-19, 198,207 IP 92-100,102-8, IP 78-82, 199, 217 IP 213 IP 41-2, 47-53, 204 IP 16-17, 199 IP 117, 197 Study 197,205 Category IP 118-19 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- [00. AFTER DEATH] sciousness/ Divine] {37-38} 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late Constant consciousness 35 Non-dual: Middle Spirit & World Process Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4I: Worldviews – page 2 Clare Graves CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber John Mark Baldwin Melvin Miller (1914-86) INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (1861-1934) (~1940- ) Don Beck (birth/death dates) (~1940- ) Intermediate Chakras worldviews (teleo- Self-sense: TOPIC Worldviews Dualism Spiral Dynamics (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums logical/ GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) ateleo-/ antiteleo-) 34 Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless (Release of all Chakras [10. NON-DUAL] Non-dual: Early 10. Non-dual Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} in the Real) {34-36} 33 - transition - 32 Causal: Late Causal unity, cessation Formless mysticism: Union with source of ma- Causal (formless): 9. CAUSAL (spirit) {31- 31 nifest realms 9. Witness (pure Self) Early 33} Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) (Higher Chakras to 30 - transition - SPIRIT {29.5-beyond} cessation)Increasing Comprehensive- 29 Subtle: Late Subtle realm unity, luminosity Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross Subtle (archetype): 28 realm 8. SUBTLE {26.5-30} 8. Subtle Self (Soul) Early Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {28-30}, 7. Sahasrara: Tran- 27 - transition - scendental conscious- ness, light 26 Psychic: Late Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, Psychic (vision): gross realm unity 9. [next awakening] WISDOM (crown of 7. PSYCHIC (soul) 25 Pancalistic (nondual) 7. Psychic Self Early Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} (coral) head) {25-beyond} {23.5-26.5} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} 6. Psychic mind: 24 - transition - Developmentalism as World Process SOUL {22.5-30} vision (Ajna) 8. Holistic organism/ 23 Vision/ logic: Late Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical global (turquoise) Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic Integrated theism/ exis- 22 Vision/logic:Middle Holistic integralism (global) {22-24}: tentialism/ pantheism 6. INTEGRATED (cen- VISIONARY 7. Systematic process/ taur) {21-23.5} 6. Centaur (existential, 21 Vision/ logic: Early Multiple contexts/ histories Good vs. bad THOUGHT (brow, third integrative (yellow) integrated Self) eye) {21-24} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4I: Worldviews – page 3 Clare Graves CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber John Mark Baldwin Melvin Miller (1914-86) INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (1861-1934) (~1940- ) Don Beck (birth/death dates) (~1940- ) Intermediate Chakras worldviews (teleo- Self-sense: TOPIC Worldviews Dualism Spiral Dynamics (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums logical/ GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) ateleo-/ antiteleo-) 20 Pluralistic systems, dynamic 6. Social network/ Rela- - transition - 5. Verbal-rational mind Pluralistic relativism {20-21} tivistic (green) Humanism/ skepticism/ 19 Formal: Late Static systems/ contexts CENTAUR {19-24} nihilism Static universal formalism 5. Strategic enterprise/ 5. MATURE EGO (ra- EXPRESSION (throat) 18 Formal: Early Rational formalism {18-19} Truth vs. falsity Individualistic-achiever tional reflexive) {16.5- 5. Mature ego {18-20} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24} (orange) 20} Mythic theism/ stoicism/ 4. Community-mind: 17 - transition - Demythologizing, formalizing Self vs. not-self 4c. Mythic - late mechanism loveIncreasing Comprehensive- Rationalization of mythic structures 4b. Mythic - middle 16 Rule/role: Late Mythic–rational {16-17} EGO {16-20} 4. Authority/ Absolutist- 4. ROLE SELF (perso- 4a. Mythic (member- 15 Rule/role: Early Locus of magic power is deified Other Mind vs. body LOVE (heart) {15-17} religious (blue) na) {13.5-16.5} ship-Self) – early Concrete-literal myths: 14 - transition - Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} 13 Concept Ego omnipotence transferred to gods 3. Intential-mind: power 3b. Concept-Self Omnipotence of ego challenged, security 3. Strong-man/ Power- POWER (solar plexus) 3. MENTAL SELF (self- 3a. Name-Self 12 Endocept Magic-mythic {12-13} gods (red) {12-14} concept) {10.5-13.5} PERSONA {12-17} Symbol 11 Ego is locus of magic power Inner vs. outer - transition - Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic 2b. Magical (Image- 10 Image Magical (typhonic) {10-11} body) 2. Emotional-sexual 2. Tribe/ Magical- 2. EMOTIONAL SELF 2a. Typhonic (Pranic- 9 Impulse/ emotion ‘Self-object’ SEXUALITY (genitals) animistic (purple) {8-10.5} body) {9-11} 8 - transition - Subject-object fusions Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment 7 Exocept Present vs. persisting 1c. Axial body Archaic-magical {7-9} 6 Perception Animistic Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 4I: Worldviews – page 4 Clare Graves CONTRIBUTOR/ Ken Wilber John Mark Baldwin Melvin Miller (1914-86) INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1950- ) (1861-1934) (~1940- ) Don Beck (birth/death dates) (~1940- ) Intermediate Chakras worldviews (teleo- Self-sense: TOPIC Worldviews Dualism Spiral Dynamics (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums logical/ GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) ateleo-/ antiteleo-) 5 Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1. Survival band/ In- 1b. Uroboric Sensation Archaic {5-6} Adualistic stinctive (beige) BODY EGO {5.5-12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13} Matter: Molecular, 4 polymer 1. Material 1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF {3- 3 Matter: Atomic SURVIVAL (floor of MATERIAL SELF 7} pelvis) {3-8} {2.5-6} Matter: SubatomicIncreasing Comprehensive- 2 - transition - 1 [Before matter/ 0. BEFORE CONCEP- Void] TION {1-2} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 5: STAGES AND STRUCTURES OF PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT return to topThese Studies trace human development in the internal Realm of Body Passages. Body Passages are the internal phases of physical enlivenment that occur as we awaken, activate, engage, andconnect the energy centers of our body. CONTRIBUTOR/ Traditional Hin- Traditional Hin- Traditional Hindu- Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR Chiropractic duism + alternative duism sim (1950- ) (birth/death dates) medicine Chakras Chakras Chakras Chakras TOPIC Spinal regions (physical locus) (bodily systems) (worldview) (mental/spiritual) POSITION/ROLE CONTRIBUTION/ SIGNIFICANCE Easley, Naturopathic PERTINENT Judith: Eastern Body, Medicine (2006). WORKS/ STUDIES Western Mind (1996) Brennan, Hands of (date/s) Light (1980) WILBER SOURCE: IP 16-17, 199 Study Category IP 16-17 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCESIncreasing Physical Enli- TAL SEQUENCE (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- sciousness/ Divine] 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late 35 Non-dual: Middle (Release of all Chakras 34 Non-dual: Early in the Real) 33 - transition - 32 Causal: Late 31 Causal (formless): Early (Higher Chakras to 30 - transition - cessation) 29 Subtle: Late 28 Subtle (archetype): Early Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 5: Physical Stages & Structures – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ Traditional Hin- Traditional Hin- Traditional Hindu- Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR Chiropractic duism + alternative duism sim (1950- ) (birth/death dates) medicine Chakras Chakras Chakras Chakras TOPIC Spinal regions (physical locus) (bodily systems) (worldview) (mental/spiritual) 27 7. Sahasrara: Tran- - transition - scendental conscious- ness, light 26 Psychic: Late Psychic (vision): Crown of head 25 Cranial joints Central nervous system Wisdom {25-beyond} Early {25-beyond} 6. Psychic mind: 24 - transition - vision (Ajna) 23 Vision/ logic: LateIncreasing Physical Enli- 22 Vision/logic:Middle Upper neck: Visionary thought {21- 21 Vision/ logic: Early Brow, third eye {21-24} Nervous system Atlas, axis, occiput 24} 20 - transition - 5. Verbal-rational mind 19 Formal: Late 18 Formal: Early Throat {18-20} Lower neck Respiratory Expression {18-20} 4. Community-mind: 17 - transition - love 16 Rule/role: Late 15 Rule/role: Early Heart {15-17} Upper spine, chest Circulatory Love {15-17} 14 - transition - 13 Concept 3. Intential-mind: power 12 Endocept Solar plexus {12-14} Mid-spine Digestive, immune Power {12-14} 11 Symbol - transition - 10 Image 2. Emotional-sexual 9 Impulse/ emotion Genitals {9-11} Low back, hips Reproductive Sexuality {9-11} 8 - transition - 7 Exocept 6 Perception 5 Sensation Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 5: Physical Stages & Structures – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ Traditional Hin- Traditional Hin- Traditional Hindu- Ken Wilber INVESTIGATOR Chiropractic duism + alternative duism sim (1950- ) (birth/death dates) medicine Chakras Chakras Chakras Chakras TOPIC Spinal regions (physical locus) (bodily systems) (worldview) (mental/spiritual) 4 Matter: Molecular, polymer Base of spine, legs, Skeletal, lymph, elimi- 3 Matter: Atomic Pelvic floor {3-8} Survival {3-8} 1. Material feet nationIncreasing Physical Enli- 2 Matter: Subatomic - transition - 1 [Before matter/ Void] Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 6A: SPIRITUAL STAGES & STATES – Eastern Mystics return to topThese Studies (from various Eastern traditions) trace the development of mystical experiences in the internal Realm of Spirit Passages. Spirit Passages are the internal phases of spiritual awaken-ing that occur as we pass through the Stages and States of spiritual development. Mysticism is the pursuit of consciousness, communion, or identity with the Divine through direct experience andrevealed insight. The mystic seeks direct encounter with God or God-like essence – as the ultimate source of knowledge, understanding, and wisdom. Maharishi Mahesh CONTRIBUTOR/ Traditional Samad- Highest Yoga Muhyiddin Ibn Patanjali Mahamudra Hazrat Inayat Khan Yogi (1917-) CORRELATIVE INVESTIGATOR his Tantra ‘Arabi (~200 BC- 400 AD) (~800 AD) (1882-1927) Charles Alexander STRUCTURES Comment [HM1]: (birth/death dates) (~1500 BC) (~500 BC) (1165-1240) (~1950-) Chakras Highest Contempla- Levels of Con- Stages of Tibetan Transcendental TOPIC Yoga Sutras Sufi Stations of Zikr Sufism (TRADITIONAL & tive States sciousness/Skandhs meditation Meditation Wilber versions) P: Semi-mythical Arab mystic. Pivotal in Complete control over Esoteric Buddhism. founder of yoga. Most widespread prac- M: Brought TM to West. POSITION/ROLE the functions of con- permanent split be- Founder of Universal Greatest of Buddha’s Y: Aphorisms on phi- tice in Tibetan Budd- Beatles. tween Sufism and Is- Sufism. sciousness four secret discourses losophy & practice of hism A: TM interpreter. lam. Raja Yoga Transcendental Medita- Works to directly reveal tion (TM): Popular, Raja yoga: Taming the emptiness to ones own Emphasized mystic CONTRIBUTION/ State of undifferentiated widely-syndicated Ved- body thru self- discip- direct experience in experience (Sufism) Unification of spiritual beingness, conscious- ic meditative technique SIGNIFICANCE line to achieve higher ones own mind, by over law (Islam). Per- truths ness without thinking A: Applied developmen- states meditating directly on manent split tal psychology to the ones own mind. practice of TM, Higher Conscious- M: Science of Being & PERTINENT Art of Living (1963). A: WORKS/ STUDIES Cozort, Highest Yoga Journey to the Lord of Yoga Sutras (~200 AD) Inner Life (~1920) Higher Stages of Hu- (date/s) Tantra (1986) Power man Development (1990) w/Langer. WILBER SOURCE: IP 132, 210 IP 27, 201, 211 (see IP 131-32, 210 IP 211 IP 131, 209 IP 210 IP 141-42, 209 IP 16-17, 199 Study Table 4F2, Cognition) Category IP 129-36, 139-42, 264-65 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- sciousness/ Divine] 37 - transition - Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 6A: Eastern mystics – page 2 Maharishi Mahesh CONTRIBUTOR/ Traditional Samad- Highest Yoga Muhyiddin Ibn Patanjali Mahamudra Hazrat Inayat Khan Yogi (1917-) CORRELATIVE INVESTIGATOR his Tantra ‘Arabi (~200 BC- 400 AD) (~800 AD) (1882-1927) Charles Alexander STRUCTURES Comment [HM1]: (birth/death dates) (~1500 BC) (~500 BC) (1165-1240) (~1950-) Chakras Highest Contempla- Levels of Con- Stages of Tibetan Transcendental TOPIC Yoga Sutras Sufi Stations of Zikr Sufism (TRADITIONAL & tive States sciousness/Skandhs meditation Meditation Wilber versions) 36 Non-dual: Late Post-enlightenment NON-MEDITATION Non-dual Unity of consciousness BHAVA {36-beyond} 35 Non-dual: Middle Nonmeditation Unity form/ formless Refined permanence Non-dual: Early One Taste [9.] CLEAR LIGHT (Release of all Chakras 34 Raincloud ONE-TASTE {34-35} Absolute csness (zat) Permanence SAHAJA {34-35} EMPTINESS {34-36} in the Real) 33 - transition - Post-nirvana Emptiness A returned one Formless WITNESS {33-36} Causal: Late : dirodh, nirvana Black near-attainment 32 Cessation (nirohd) Cessation Gnosis Cessation (djabrut) JNANA {32-33} (cessation) Causal (formless): Cessation Transcendental con- 31 SIMPLICITY {31-33} Witness-totality Witness (wahdat)Higher Consciousness Early NIRVIKALPA sciousness [8.] VERY SUBTLE - transition - Divine luminosity (ar- (Higher Chakras to 30 CONSCIOUSNESS Oneness of buddhi Bliss wah) cessation) (causal) {30-33} 29 Subtle: Late Archetypal form Shining forth Luminosity Divine light Archetypal (akasha) Subtle (archetype): Deity form, luminosity 28 Early Red increase Luminosity Subtle perception Ascending sights Soul (angelic) SAVIKALPA {28-29} 7. Sahasrara: Tran- - transition - White appearance (lu- 27 Subtle perception Gross union Vision-wholeness scendental conscious- minosity) ness, light Psychic: Late [7.] SUBTLE CON- ONE-POINTEDNESS 26 Vision-mind (malkut) SCIOUSNESS {26-29} {26-30} Psychic (vision): WISDOM (crown of 25 Early One-pointedness Access Intellect in holy forms Djinn (genius) head) {25-beyond} - transition - Dissolution of gross 6. Psychic mind: 24 MEDITATION {24-36} csness vision (Ajna) 23 Vision/ logic: Late Recollection (dhyana) Vision/logic:Middle Meditative csness Idealistic-person (uni- 22 Integral ideas versal principles) Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 6A: Eastern mystics – page 3 Maharishi Mahesh CONTRIBUTOR/ Traditional Samad- Highest Yoga Muhyiddin Ibn Patanjali Mahamudra Hazrat Inayat Khan Yogi (1917-) CORRELATIVE INVESTIGATOR his Tantra ‘Arabi (~200 BC- 400 AD) (~800 AD) (1882-1927) Charles Alexander STRUCTURES Comment [HM1]: (birth/death dates) (~1500 BC) (~500 BC) (1165-1240) (~1950-) Chakras Highest Contempla- Levels of Con- Stages of Tibetan Transcendental TOPIC Yoga Sutras Sufi Stations of Zikr Sufism (TRADITIONAL & tive States sciousness/Skandhs meditation Meditation Wilber versions) 21 Vision/ logic: Early Supramental Universal ethical prin- VISIONARY THOUGHT ciples (brow, third eye) {21-24} - transition - FOUNDATIONS {20- 20 5. Verbal-rational mind 23} 19 Formal: Late Universal order 80 mental conceptions 18 Formal: Early [6.] OVERALL GROSS Cleansing, restraint Artistic-person (beyond EXPRESSION (throat) CONSCIOUSNESS (pranayana) conventions) {18-20} {18-23} - transition - 4. Community-mind: 17 Right beliefsHigher Consciousness love 16 Rule/role: Late Surface signs 15 Rule/role: Early LOVE (heart) {15-17} 14 - transition - 5. GROSS MENTAL Concept Material-person (earthly 13 CONSCIOUSNESS 3. Intential-mind: power gain) {13-16} 12 Endocept POWER (solar plexus) {12-14} 11 Symbol Beliefs of gross mind - transition - CONCEPTS {13-19} 10 Image 2. Emotional-sexual Impulse/ emotion 4. EMOTION-IMAGE 9 Animal world SEXUALITY (genitals) {9-10} {9-11} 8 - transition - Mundane-person (bodi- ly desires) 7 Exocept 3. Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 6A: Eastern mystics – page 4 Maharishi Mahesh CONTRIBUTOR/ Traditional Samad- Highest Yoga Muhyiddin Ibn Patanjali Mahamudra Hazrat Inayat Khan Yogi (1917-) CORRELATIVE INVESTIGATOR his Tantra ‘Arabi (~200 BC- 400 AD) (~800 AD) (1882-1927) Charles Alexander STRUCTURES Comment [HM1]: (birth/death dates) (~1500 BC) (~500 BC) (1165-1240) (~1950-) Chakras Highest Contempla- Levels of Con- Stages of Tibetan Transcendental TOPIC Yoga Sutras Sufi Stations of Zikr Sufism (TRADITIONAL & tive States sciousness/Skandhs meditation Meditation Wilber versions) 6 Perception PERCEPTION- Animal IMPULSE {7-9} 5 Sensation 2. SENSATION Vegetal world Vegetable Matter: Molecular, 4 polymer 1. MaterialHigher Conscious- 3 Matter: Atomic 1. FORM {3-4} Mineral world Matter (nasut) SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8} Matter: Subatomic 2 - transition - 1 [Before matter/ Void] Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 6B: SPIRITUAL STAGES & STATES – Christian Mystics (West/East) return to topThese Studies (from Western and mid-Eastern Christian traditions) trace the development of mystical experiences in the internal Realm of Spirit Passages. Spirit Passages are the internal phasesof spiritual awakening that occur as we pass through the Stages and States of spiritual development. Mysticism is the pursuit of consciousness, communion, or identity with the Divine throughdirect experience and revealed insight. The mystic seeks direct encounter with God or God-like essence – as the ultimate source of knowledge, understanding, and wisdom. Eastern Orthodox St. Gregory CONTRIBUTOR/ St. Gregory of Nys- Dionysius the Areo- pagite (pseud.) (~1100 AD) Palamas St. Teresa of Avila Great Chain CORRELATIVE INVESTIGATOR sa John Chirban (~1300 AD) (1515-82) of Being STRUCTURES (birth/death dates) (~335-94 AD) (~452-91 AD) (~1950- ) Chakras [Spiritual orienta- Stages of Interior TOPIC [Spiritual States] [Levels of prayer] [Spiritual States] (TRADITIONAL & tion] Life Wilber versions) Mystical, neo-platonic Christianity of Byzan- writings originally as- Christian bishop from tine Empire. Separated Greek Orthodox hermit/ POSITION/ROLE cribed to judge of Areo- Spanish mystic region of Turkey. from Western Church mystic pagus converted by by schism of 1054 Paul in Acts 7 Because God became Monastic reform based Classical/medieval con- Doctrines of the Trinity, CONTRIBUTION/ human, humans can on absolute poverty. ception of hierarchy of infinitude of God, & SIGNIFICANCE experience God in a Outlines stages of as- universe, from matter to stages of contemplation living way cent of the soul God Lucretius, On the Na- PERTINENT John Meyendorff, St John Chirban, Person- ture of Things (~55 BC). WORKS/ STUDIES Life of Moses Gregory Palamas Autobiography (~1567) hood (1996) Lovejoy, The Great (date/s) (1997) Chain of Being (1933) WILBER SOURCE: IP 211 IP 131, 211 IP 131, 211 IP 210 IP 156, 211 IP 67-69, 199, 200, 211 IP 16-17, 199 Study Category IP 129-36, 139-42, 264-65 FUNDAMENTAL Higher Conscious- DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- sciousness/ Divine] 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late 35 Non-dual: Middle (Release of all Chakras 34 Non-dual: Early in the Real) (CLOUD OF UN- 33 - transition - Darkness 7. Spiritual marriage KNOWING) Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 6B: Christian Mystics, West/East -- – page 2 Eastern Orthodox St. Gregory CONTRIBUTOR/ St. Gregory of Nys- Dionysius the Areo- pagite (pseud.) (~1100 AD) Palamas St. Teresa of Avila Great Chain CORRELATIVE INVESTIGATOR sa John Chirban (~1300 AD) (1515-82) of Being STRUCTURES (birth/death dates) (~335-94 AD) (~452-91 AD) (~1950- ) Chakras [Spiritual orienta- Stages of Interior TOPIC [Spiritual States] [Levels of prayer] [Spiritual States] (TRADITIONAL & tion] Life Wilber versions) 32 Causal: Late Luminous Illumination 6. Cessation (formless) Causal (formless): Oneness With God 31 Not seeing Glorious nothingness Formless Early THEOSIS (Higher Chakras to 30 - transition - PRAYER OF UNION Luminosity SPIRIT {28.5-beyond} cessation) 29 Subtle: Late Theosis Subtle (archetype): PRAYER OF QUIET Luminosity 5. Prayer of union (ego 28 Light Divine light Early (unification) LIGHT DIVINE dies, soul emerges) 7. Sahasrara: Tran- 27 - transition - Purification scendental conscious- ness, lightHigher Consciousness 26 Psychic: Late Recollection Early visions Psychic (vision): PRAYER OF RECOL- Detachment WISDOM (crown of 25 4. Prayer of recollection Early LECTION (illumination) APATHEIA head) {25-beyond} 6. Psychic mind: 24 - transition - Faith in God [purification] Vision vision (Ajna) 23 Vision/ logic: Late 22 Vision/logic:Middle SOUL {20.5-31} Turning toward spiritual VISIONARY THOUGHT 21 Vision/ logic: Early METANOIA (brow, third eye) {21-24} PRAYER OF MIND 20 - transition - 5. Verbal-rational mind (subvocal) 19 Formal: Late 3. Exemplary life Preliminary orientation EXPRESSION (throat) 18 Formal: Early Darkness of sin 2. Practice, prayer IMAGE {18-20} 1. Humility 4. Community-mind: 17 - transition - love PRAYER OF SIMPLIC- 16 Rule/role: Late ITY (vocal) 15 Rule/role: Early LOVE (heart) {15-17} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 6B: Christian Mystics, West/East -- – page 3 Eastern Orthodox St. Gregory CONTRIBUTOR/ St. Gregory of Nys- Dionysius the Areo- pagite (pseud.) (~1100 AD) Palamas St. Teresa of Avila Great Chain CORRELATIVE INVESTIGATOR sa John Chirban (~1300 AD) (1515-82) of Being STRUCTURES (birth/death dates) (~335-94 AD) (~452-91 AD) (~1950- ) Chakras [Spiritual orienta- Stages of Interior TOPIC [Spiritual States] [Levels of prayer] [Spiritual States] (TRADITIONAL & tion] Life Wilber versions) 14 - transition - 13 Concept 3. Intential-mind: power POWER (solar plexus) 12 Endocept {12-14} 11 Symbol - transition -Higher Consciousness 10 Image 2. Emotional-sexual 9 Impulse/ emotion MIND {7.5-23} SEXUALITY (genitals) {9-11} 8 - transition - 7 Exocept 6 Perception 5 Sensation BODY {3.5-11.5} Matter: Molecular, 4 polymer 1. Material 3 Matter: Atomic MATTER {3.5-5} SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8} Matter: Subatomic 2 - transition - 1 [Before matter/ Void] Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 6C: SPIRITUAL STAGES & STATES – Classic Investigators return to topThese Studies (from academic and esoteric investigators of the early 1900’s) trace development in the internal Realm of Spirit Passages. Spirit Passages are the internal phases of spiritual awa-kening that occur as we pass through the Stages and States of spiritual development. The work of esoteric Western spiritualists derives primarily from Eastern mystical traditions (Table 6A). CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin Evelyn Underhill Karl Jaspers INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1861-1934) (1875-1941) (1883-1969) (birth/death dates) Existential- Chakras phenomenological Self-sense: TOPIC Religious Stages Christian Mysticism (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews reduction GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) (meditative thinking) Prominent experimental psychologist at Prince- English metaphysical German psychiatrist/ POSITION/ROLE ton and Johns Hopkins. author, novelist and philosopher Co-founder of Psych poet Review. Baldwinian evolution: Behaviors that initially Effective popularizer of Diagnose psychiatric CONTRIBUTION/ require learning can be medieval and Catholic symptoms by their SIGNIFICANCE replaced by evolved sprituality form, not content. genetics PERTINENT Mental Development of Philosophy & Existence WORKS/ STUDIES Mysticism (1911) Child & Race (1895) (1938) (date/s) WILBER SOURCE: IP 78-82, 199, 217 IP 92-100,102-8, IP 133, 209 IP 204 IP 16-17, 199 IP 117, 197 IP 118-19, 198,207 Study 197,205 Category IP 129-36, 139-42, 264-65 Higher Consciousness FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- [00. AFTER DEATH] sciousness/ Divine] {37-38} 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late Constant consciousness 35 Non-dual: Middle Spirit & World Process (Release of all Chakras [10. NON-DUAL] Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless 34 Non-dual: Early Union 10. Non-dual in the Real) {34-36} Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} Dark night 33 - transition - DIVINE MYSTICISM {33-36} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 6C: Spiritual Stages & States, Classic Investigators – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin Evelyn Underhill Karl Jaspers INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1861-1934) (1875-1941) (1883-1969) (birth/death dates) Existential- Chakras phenomenological Self-sense: TOPIC Religious Stages Christian Mysticism (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews reduction GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) (meditative thinking) 32 Divine ignorance (ces- Causal: Late Causal unity, cessation sation) Formless mysticism: Union with source of manif- Causal (formless): Divine love (contempla- 9. CAUSAL (spirit) {31- 31 9. Witness (pure Self) est realms Early tion) 33} Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) (Higher Chakras to 30 - transition - Luminosity SPIRIT {29.5-beyond} cessation) Recollection (archetyp- 29 Subtle: Late Subtle realm unity, luminosity al) Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross Subtle (archetype): METAPHYSICAL 8. SUBTLE {26.5-30} 8. Subtle Self (Soul) realmHigher Consciousness 28 Early MYSTICISM {28-32} Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {28-30}, 7. Sahasrara: Tran- Lateral expansion of 27 - transition - scendental conscious- consciousness ness, light Union with stream of 26 Psychic: Late life Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, Psychic (vision): NATURE MYSTICISM: WISDOM (crown of 7. PSYCHIC (soul) gross realm unity 25 7. Psychic Self Early {25-27} head) {25-beyond} {23.5-26.5} Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} 6. Psychic mind: 24 - transition - SOUL {22.5-30} Developmentalism as World Process vision (Ajna) 23 Vision/ logic: Late Immediacy Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Contemplative illumina- Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic 22 Vision/logic:Middle 4. True meditative tion Holistic integralism (global) {22-24}: 6. INTEGRATED (cen- VISIONARY taur) {21-23.5} 6. Centaur (existential, 21 Vision/ logic: Early Aesthetic-religious 3. Temporal THOUGHT (brow, third Multiple contexts/ histories integrated Self) eye) {21-24} Pluralistic systems, dynamic 20 - transition - 2. Conceptual 5. Verbal-rational mind Pluralistic relativism {20-21} 19 Formal: Late 1. Empirical CENTAUR {19-24} Static systems/ contexts Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 6C: Spiritual Stages & States, Classic Investigators – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin Evelyn Underhill Karl Jaspers INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1861-1934) (1875-1941) (1883-1969) (birth/death dates) Existential- Chakras phenomenological Self-sense: TOPIC Religious Stages Christian Mysticism (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews reduction GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) (meditative thinking) 18 5. MATURE EGO (ra- Static universal formalism EXPRESSION (throat) Formal: Early Ethical 2 tional reflexive) {16.5- 5. Mature ego Rational formalism {18-19} {18-20} 20} WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24} 4. Community-mind: 17 - transition - Ethical 1 4c. Mythic - late Demythologizing, formalizing love 4b. Mythic - middle Rationalization of mythic structures 16 Rule/role: Late Intellectual EGO {16-20} Mythic–rational {16-17} 4. ROLE SELF (perso- 4a. Mythic (member- 15 Rule/role: Early LOVE (heart) {15-17} Locus of magic power is deified Other na) {13.5-16.5} ship-Self) – early Concrete-literal myths: Conceptual faith & 14 - transition - Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15}Higher Consciousness beliefs ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} 13 Concept 3. Intential-mind: power 3b. Concept-Self Ego omnipotence transferred to gods POWER (solar plexus) 3. MENTAL SELF (self- 3a. Name-Self Omnipotence of ego challenged, security 12 Endocept {12-14} concept) {10.5-13.5} PERSONA {12-17} Magic-mythic {12-13} Symbol 11 Ego is locus of magic power - transition - 2b. Magical (Image- Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic 10 Image Spontaneous (magical) body) Magical (typhonic) {10-11} 2. Emotional-sexual 2. EMOTIONAL SELF 2a. Typhonic (Pranic- 9 Impulse/ emotion Physical SEXUALITY (genitals) ‘Self-object’ {8-10.5} body) {9-11} 8 - transition - Subject-object fusions Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment 7 Exocept 1c. Axial body Archaic-magical {7-9} 6 Perception Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1b. Uroboric 5 Sensation Archaic {5-6} BODY EGO {5.5-12} EGOCENTRIC {5-13} Matter: Molecular, 4 polymer Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 6C: Spiritual Stages & States, Classic Investigators – page 4 CONTRIBUTOR/ John Mark Baldwin Evelyn Underhill Karl Jaspers INVESTIGATOR WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUCTURES (1861-1934) (1875-1941) (1883-1969) (birth/death dates) Existential- Chakras phenomenological Self-sense: TOPIC Religious Stages Christian Mysticism (TRADITIONAL & Fulcrums Worldviews reduction GENERAL/ specific Wilber versions) (meditative thinking) 3 1. Material 1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF {3- Matter: Atomic SURVIVAL (floor of MATERIAL SELF 7} pelvis) {3-8} {2.5-6} Matter: Subatomic 2 - transition - 1 [Before matter/ 0. BEFORE CONCEP- Void] TION {1-2}Higher Conscious- Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 6D: SPIRITUAL STAGES & STATES – Modern Investigators return to topThese Studies (from academic investigators since the later-1900’s) trace development in the internal Realm of Spirit Passages. Spirit Passages are the internal phases of spiritual awakening thatoccur as we pass through the Stages and States of spiritual development. CONTRIBUTOR/ Daniel Brown Juan Pascual-Leone James Fowler Allan Chinen Joel Funk Daniel Helminiak Michael Washburn Jenny Wade CORRELATIVE INVESTIGATOR Jack Engler (~1950-) (~1950-) (~1950-) (~1950- ) (~1950- ) (~1960-) (~1960- ) STRUCTURES (birth/death dates) (~1950-) Stages of transcen- Cross-cultural Chakras Contact with Nu- Spiritual develop- Levels of Con- Evolution of Con- TOPIC dental ego (ultra- Stages of Faith Modal Experience Stages of Medita- (TRADITIONAL & minous ment sciousness sciousness self) tion Wilber versions) Catholic researcher. Prof/director Inst Trans Prof of dev psych, Ply- College prof & former POSITION/ROLE Leader in faith devel- Psychologist, folklorist Transpersonal theorist Psych, management mouth State Univ. Catholic priest opment theory consultant. Added hermeneutic, Applies Erikson/ Kohl- Collections of stories & Correspondences Biblical interpretation Returning transperson- Integrative theory of CONTRIBUTION/ phenomenological, berg developmental fables for different life- among spiritual practic- from homosexual pers- al psychology to its consciousness devel- SIGNIFICANCE dialectic orientation to theory to Christian faith stages & genders es in different cultures pective roots in Jung and Freud opment developmental studies Ego and Dynamic PERTINENT Transformations of Model of ego develop- Transpersonal Psychia- Human Core of Spiri- Ground (1995), Trans- WORKS/ STUDIES Stages of Faith (1995) Consciousness (1999) Changes of Mind (1996) ment (1990) try (1996) tuality (1996) personal Psychology (date/s) w/Wilber (1994) WILBER SOURCE: IP 43, 202, 204 IP 81, 139-41, 263, 209 IP 212 IP 131, 210 IP 209 IP 209 IP 43, 255, 203 IP 43, 203 IP 16-17, 199 Study Category IP 129-36, 139-42, 264-65 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- Higher Consciousness TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- sciousness/ Divine] 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late 35 Non-dual: Middle Enlightenment (Release of all Chakras 34 Non-dual: Early in the Real) Spirit, union with abso- 33 - transition - Advanced insight Integration 8. Unitary lute 32 Causal: Late Cessation Causal (formless): 31 Insight Early Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 6D: Spiritual Stages & States, Modern Investigators – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ Daniel Brown Juan Pascual-Leone James Fowler Allan Chinen Joel Funk Daniel Helminiak Michael Washburn Jenny Wade CORRELATIVE INVESTIGATOR Jack Engler (~1950-) (~1950-) (~1950-) (~1950- ) (~1950- ) (~1960-) (~1960- ) STRUCTURES (birth/death dates) (~1950-) Stages of transcen- Cross-cultural Chakras Contact with Nu- Spiritual develop- Levels of Con- Evolution of Con- TOPIC dental ego (ultra- Stages of Faith Modal Experience Stages of Medita- (TRADITIONAL & minous ment sciousness sciousness self) tion Wilber versions) 30 (Higher Chakras to - transition - Luminosity cessation) 29 Subtle: Late 7. Transcendent Subtle (archetype): Archetypal theistic mys- 28 Subtle perception Early ticism 7. Sahasrara: Tran- 27 - transition - 7. Enlightenment scendental conscious- ness, light Transcending gross 26 Psychic: Late Regeneration in spirit perceptionHigher Consciousness Psychic (vision): WISDOM (crown of 25 Nature mysticism Early head) {25-beyond} Concentration with 6. Psychic mind: 24 - transition - 6. Attunement support vision (Ajna) 23 Vision/ logic: Late 4. Realized self (qua- 22 Vision/logic:Middle 6. Universalizing (global) Cosmic 6. Authentic ternity thinking) Regression in service VISIONARY THOUGHT 21 Vision/ logic: Early 3. Dialectical self 5. Hermeneutic Compassionate of transcendence (brow, third eye) {21-24} 20 - transition - 2. Duality self 5. Conjunctive 4. Pragmatic Creative 5. Verbal-rational mind 5. Achievement/ affilia- 19 Formal: Late 1. Existential self 3. Representation Conscientious tive 4. Individuative- Conscientious- EXPRESSION (throat) 18 Formal: Early Preliminary practices Psychological reflective conformist {18-20} 3. Synthetic/ conven- 4. Community-mind: 17 - transition - 2. Reflection tional love 16 Rule/role: Late Conformist 4. Conformist 15 Rule/role: Early 2. Mythic-literal Personal LOVE (heart) {15-17} 14 - transition - 13 Concept 1. Enactment 3. Egocentric 3. Intential-mind: power POWER (solar plexus) 12 Endocept Mental ego {12-14} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 6D: Spiritual Stages & States, Modern Investigators – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ Daniel Brown Juan Pascual-Leone James Fowler Allan Chinen Joel Funk Daniel Helminiak Michael Washburn Jenny Wade CORRELATIVE INVESTIGATOR Jack Engler (~1950-) (~1950-) (~1950-) (~1950- ) (~1950- ) (~1960-) (~1960- ) STRUCTURES (birth/death dates) (~1950-) Stages of transcen- Cross-cultural Chakras Contact with Nu- Spiritual develop- Levels of Con- Evolution of Con- TOPIC dental ego (ultra- Stages of Faith Modal Experience Stages of Medita- (TRADITIONAL & minous ment sciousness sciousness self) tion Wilber versions) 11 Symbol 1. Magical, projective - transition - 10 Image 2. Emotional-sexual 9 Impulse/ emotion Libidinal, prepersonal Primal repression 2. Naïve SEXUALITY (genitals)Higher Consciousness {9-11} 8 - transition - 7 Exocept Bodyego 6 Perception 0. Preverbal, undiffe- 5 Sensation 1. Reactive rentiated PRE-, PERI-, NEO- Matter: Molecular, 4 Original embedment NATAL (possible tran- polymer scendent) {3-11} 1. Material 3 Matter: Atomic SURVIVAL (floor of pelvis) {3-8} 2 Matter: Subatomic - transition - 1 [Before matter/ Void] Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 7A: SOCIO-CULTURAL EVOLUTION – Classic Investigators & Ken Wilber return to topThese Studies (by academic investigators from the early 1900’s, plus Wilber) trace collective human development at the socio-cultural level. Collective development occurs in human groups ofall sizes – couples, families, work groups, communities, all the way up to societies and cultures. A Society is a structured community of people bound together by similar traditions, institutions,or nationality. A Culture is the sum total of shared beliefs, customs, practices, attitudes, behaviors, and symbolic structures which undergird and connect the members of a Society. Gerald Heard Jean Gebser CONTRIBUTOR/ (1889-1971) Erich Neumann (1905-73) INVESTIGATOR WILBER ON CULTURES Jean Houston (1905-60) Georg Feuerstein (birth/death dates) (1937- ) (1947- ) Cultural Epochs Psychological Stag- Ages of Civilization TOPIC Ages of Man Mythological Stages [Feuerstein addi- Cultural epochs/ Worldviews Social epochs es (Basic Materials) tions] G: German historical theorist; major influ- ence on Wilber. English Vedantist phi- Eminent Jungian psychologist and cultural theor- POSITION/ROLE F: Prolific Western losopher. ist. authority on yoga. Foremost American Gebser interpreter Forerunner of csness- G: Transformations of devel movement. Guide Mythology throughout history reveals develop- CONTRIBUTION/ human consciousness and mentor: Jean Hou- ment of human consciousness at both individual SIGNIFICANCE manifested in cultural ston, Houston Smith, and cultural levels. epochs C.B. Luce G: Ever-present Origin GH: Ascent of Humani- PERTINENT (1949); F: Jean Gebser ty (1929), Five Ages of WORKS/ STUDIES Origins & History of Consciousness (1954) (1989), In Search of Man (1963). JH: Life (date/s) Cradle of Civilization Force (1980) Higher Development (2001) WILBER SOURCE: IP 149, 214 IP 39, 204 IP 148, 167, 269, 215 IP 118-19, 198, 214 IP 214 Study Category IP 143-57 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- sciousness/ Divine] 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late Constant consciousness 35 Non-dual: Middle Spirit & World Process Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 7A: Socio-Cultural Evolution, Classic & Wilber – page 2 Gerald Heard Jean Gebser CONTRIBUTOR/ (1889-1971) Erich Neumann (1905-73) INVESTIGATOR WILBER ON CULTURES Jean Houston (1905-60) Georg Feuerstein (birth/death dates) (1937- ) (1947- ) Cultural Epochs Psychological Stag- Ages of Civilization TOPIC Ages of Man Mythological Stages [Feuerstein addi- Cultural epochs/ Worldviews Social epochs es (Basic Materials) tions] 34 Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless Non-dual: Early [Spiritual/ non-dual] Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} 33 - transition - 32 Causal: Late Causal unity, cessation Formless mysticism: Union with source of ma- Causal (formless): [Psycho-spiritual/ caus- 31 nifest realms Early al] Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) 30 - transition - 29 Subtle: Late Subtle realm unity, luminosity Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross Subtle (archetype): realmHigher Development 28 Early Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {28-30}, 27 - transition - 26 Psychic: Late Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, Psychic (vision): [Psycho-somatic/ gross realm unity 25 Early psychic] Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} 24 - transition - Developmentalism as World Process 23 Vision/ logic: Late Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical Post-individual {21.5- Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic 22 Vision/logic:Middle Global mega-state up} Holistic integralism (global) {22-24}: Informational: Net- 21 Vision/ logic: Early Transformation Ego/self integration Multiple contexts/ histories Quantum sub-atomic works Integral-aperspectival Pluralistic systems, dynamic 20 - transition - (emerging) Pluralistic relativism {20-21} Advanced industrial: 19 Formal: Late INDIVIDUAL {19-20.5} Captive & treasure Mature ego Static systems/ contexts Steel Nation-state Static universal formalism 18 Formal: Early Rational formalism {18-19} Industrial: Commerce Iron WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 7A: Socio-Cultural Evolution, Classic & Wilber – page 3 Gerald Heard Jean Gebser CONTRIBUTOR/ (1889-1971) Erich Neumann (1905-73) INVESTIGATOR WILBER ON CULTURES Jean Houston (1905-60) Georg Feuerstein (birth/death dates) (1937- ) (1947- ) Cultural Epochs Psychological Stag- Ages of Civilization TOPIC Ages of Man Mythological Stages [Feuerstein addi- Cultural epochs/ Worldviews Social epochs es (Basic Materials) tions] 17 Differentiation of ani- Mental (1500 AD - - transition - Slaying of Father Demythologizing, formalizing mus present) MID-INDIVIDUAL {16- Rationalization of mythic structures Advanced agrarian: 16 Rule/role: Late Bronze 18} Mythic–rational {16-17} Empire 15 Rule/role: Early Slaying of Mother Differention of anima Locus of magic power is deified Other Agrarian: Feudal Copper Concrete-literal myths: PROTO-INDIVIDUAL 14 - transition - Birth of Hero Emergence of ego Mythic (50,00-1500 AD) Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} {13.5-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} 13 Concept Dragon fight Overcoming instincts Ego omnipotence transferred to gods Village leagues Neolithic PRE-INDIVIDUAL Omnipotence of ego challenged, security 12 Endocept (constricted csness) {5- Horticultural: Village Magic-mythic {12-13}Higher Development 12.5} Symbol Separation of the World Oedipus/ Electra: Cs- 11 Magic (50-200,000 yrs) Ego is locus of magic power Mesolithic - transition - Parents ness - uncsness Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic 10 Image Body-self narcissism Organized hunt Magical (typhonic) {10-11} 9 Impulse/ emotion Maternal incest ‘Self-object’ Foraging: Tribes 8 - transition - Great Mother Magic Archaic (<200,000 yrs) Subject-object fusions Paleolithic Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment 7 Exocept Wish-fulfillment Archaic-magical {7-9} 6 Perception Uroboric Mother Undifferentiated, pleromatic 5 Sensation Uroboros Alimentary uroboros Archaic {5-6} EGOCENTRIC {5-13} Matter: Molecular, 4 Uroboric fusion polymer 3 Matter: Atomic Pleroma Pleromatic Matter: Subatomic 2 - transition - 1 [Before matter/ Void] Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 7B: SOCIO-CULTURAL EVOLUTION – Modern Investigators return to topThese Studies (by academic investigators since the mid-1900’s) trace collective human development at the socio-cultural level. Collective development occurs in human groups of all sizes –couples, families, work groups, communities, all the way up to societies and cultures. A Society is a structured community of people bound together by similar traditions, institutions, or national-ity. A Culture is the sum total of shared beliefs, customs, practices, attitudes, behaviors, and symbolic structures which undergird and connect the members of a Society. Clare Graves CONTRIBUTOR/ Alastair Taylor Gerhard Lenski Jurgen Habermas Robert Bellah (1914-86) Duane Elgin Harry Gardiner Jay Earley INVESTIGATOR (~1910- ) (1924- ) (1929- ) (~1930- ) Don Beck (~1940- ) (1943- ) (~1950- ) (birth/death dates) (~1940- ) Cross-cultural Levels of Social Or- AGE/Techno- Consciousness of TOPIC Cultural Epochs Scarce resources Spiral Dynamics Spiral Dynamics waves of develop- Cultural Epochs ganization Economic Base cultural epochs ment G: Union College psych prof. Originator of Level Co-author of popular Sociologist, Univ North UC Berkeley Marxist Theory of Personality. Transformational psy- POSITION/ROLE Neo-Marxist German philosopher. SRI social scientist U Wisconsin sociologist college history text Carolina sociologist B: Foremost expositor chologist & life coach and developer of Graves model. G: Sophisticated cultur- Tech progress center- al stage model, used to Converging develop- Influenced generations ing on information as Developed influential illustrate corporate- and ments suggest quan- Classic study of cross- Meet the planetary cri- CONTRIBUTION/ of college students with Comprehensive developmental model that omits guiding force in trans- theory of development government-world dy- tum leap to next stage cultural human devel- sis with conscious so- SIGNIFICANCE his stage theory of the higher spiritual levels formation of human of religious systems namics. in evolution of human opment cial evolution cultural development societies. B: Refined model into culture Spiral Dynamics G: Cowan, Never End- PERTINENT Ecological/ Evolutionary Civilization Past and Structural Transformation of Public Sphere Habits of the Heart ing Quest (2005) Awakening Earth Lives Across Cultures Transforming Human WORKS/ STUDIES Theory (2005). Human Present (1942-on) (1989) (1988) B: Spiral Dynamics (1993) (<1997) w/Kosmitski Culture (1997) Societies (1970)Higher Development (date/s) (1996), w/Cowan WILBER SOURCE: IP 148, 215 IP 147, 214 IP 82-83, 148, 214, 216 IP 148, 215 IP 41-2, 47-53, 204 IP 149, 215 IP 23, 213 IP 215 Study Category IP 143-57 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- sciousness/ Divine] 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late 35 Non-dual: Middle Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 7B: Socio-Cultural Evolution, Modern Investigators – Page 2 Clare Graves CONTRIBUTOR/ Alastair Taylor Gerhard Lenski Jurgen Habermas Robert Bellah (1914-86) Duane Elgin Harry Gardiner Jay Earley INVESTIGATOR (~1910- ) (1924- ) (1929- ) (~1930- ) Don Beck (~1940- ) (1943- ) (~1950- ) (birth/death dates) (~1940- ) Cross-cultural Levels of Social Or- AGE/Techno- Consciousness of TOPIC Cultural Epochs Scarce resources Spiral Dynamics Spiral Dynamics waves of develop- Cultural Epochs ganization Economic Base cultural epochs ment 34 8. Global wisdom: Non-dual: Early Integral 33 - transition - 32 Causal: Late 31 Causal (formless): 7. Global creativity: Early Flow 30 - transition - 29 Subtle: Late 28 Subtle (archetype): 6. Global bonding: Early OceanicHigher Development 27 - transition - 26 Psychic: Late 25 Psychic (vision): 9. [next awakening] Early (coral) POST-POST- CON- 24 - transition - VENTIONAL {24-up} 8. Holistic organism/ 23 Vision/ logic: Late Global global (turquoise) 5. Global reconciliaton: WORLD CITIZENS {22- Integration of self & 6. GLOBAL CON- 22 Vision/logic:Middle Reflective up} culture SCIOUSNESS {22-up} Future Informational [QUANTUM SUB- 7. Systematic process/ 21 Vision/ logic: Early S5. Supra-national Post-conventional law Meaning ATOMIC] (globaliza- integrative (yellow) tion) 6. Social network/ Rela- 20 - transition - Nation-state tivistic (green) Industrial Self-critical, relativism Democracy, individual- RATIONAL- 4. Urban-industrial: 19 Formal: Late S4. National state [STEEL] (Enlighten- Value Modern POST- CONVENTION- ism REFLECTIVE (19-21} Dynamic ment) AL {19.5-23} 5. MODERN {19-21} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 7B: Socio-Cultural Evolution, Modern Investigators – Page 3 Clare Graves CONTRIBUTOR/ Alastair Taylor Gerhard Lenski Jurgen Habermas Robert Bellah (1914-86) Duane Elgin Harry Gardiner Jay Earley INVESTIGATOR (~1910- ) (1924- ) (1929- ) (~1930- ) Don Beck (~1940- ) (1943- ) (~1950- ) (birth/death dates) (~1940- ) Cross-cultural Levels of Social Or- AGE/Techno- Consciousness of TOPIC Cultural Epochs Scarce resources Spiral Dynamics Spiral Dynamics waves of develop- Cultural Epochs ganization Economic Base cultural epochs ment 18 5. Strategic enterprise/ Agrarian – advanced Formal: Early Empire Individualistic-achiever 4. MEDIEVAL {18} IRON (orange) MYTHIC-RATIONAL 17 - transition - Early modern Skill mastery {17-18} Agrarian – simple Gods & heroes 16 Rule/role: Late S3. Theocratic empires Early state Rules, regulations BRONZE 3. EMPIRES {16-17) Horticultural – ad- Law & order (legal se- 4. Authority/ Absolutist- CONVENTIONAL {15.5- 15 Rule/role: Early vanced Conventional law Historic 3. Agrarian: Depth curity) religious (blue) 18.5} COPPER MYTHOLOGICAL {14- 14 - transition - Symbolic flowering 16}Higher Development Villages, mythology Horticultural – simple 13 Concept S2. Tribe, territorial Pre-conventional law Notational systems 2. HORTICULTURAL NEOLITHIC {13-15} 3. Strong-man/ Power- 12 Endocept Tribal kinship Digital mapping gods (red) Hunting and gathering Symbol MAGICAL-ANIMISTIC 2. Hunter-gatherer: 11 – advanced Archaic Analog mapping - transition - {11-13} Surface csness MESOLITHIC Power over nature Hunting, magic 10 Image Familiazation of male Event mapping (bodily security) 1. TRIBAL {10-12} 2. Tribe/ Magical- PRECONVENTIONAL 9 Impulse/ emotion S1. Family, clan, band ARCHAIC {9-10} animistic (purple) {9.5-14.5} Hunting and gathering 1. Archaic humans: 8 - transition - – simple Primitive contracted csness PALEOLITHIC 7 Exocept 6 Perception 1. Survival band/ In- 5 Sensation stinctive (beige) Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 7B: Socio-Cultural Evolution, Modern Investigators – Page 4 Clare Graves CONTRIBUTOR/ Alastair Taylor Gerhard Lenski Jurgen Habermas Robert Bellah (1914-86) Duane Elgin Harry Gardiner Jay Earley INVESTIGATOR (~1910- ) (1924- ) (1929- ) (~1930- ) Don Beck (~1940- ) (1943- ) (~1950- ) (birth/death dates) (~1940- ) Cross-cultural Levels of Social Or- AGE/Techno- Consciousness of TOPIC Cultural Epochs Scarce resources Spiral Dynamics Spiral Dynamics waves of develop- Cultural Epochs ganization Economic Base cultural epochs ment 4 Matter: Molecular, polymerHigher Development 3 Matter: Atomic 2 Matter: Subatomic - transition - 1 [Before matter/ Void] Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 7C: SOCIO-CULTURAL EVOLUTION – Spiral Dynamics 1 return to topThese Studies from Spiral Dynamics trace collective human development at the socio-cultural level. Collective development occurs in human groups of all sizes – couples, families, workgroups, communities, all the way up to societies and cultures. A Society is a structured community of people bound together by similar traditions, institutions, or nationality. A Culture is thesum total of shared beliefs, customs, practices, attitudes, behaviors, and symbolic structures which undergird and connect the members of a Society. Spiral Dynamics represents one of the mostdetailed descriptions of socio-cultural development. CONTRIBUTOR/ Clare Graves (1914-86) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUC- INVESTIGATOR Don Beck (~1940- ) TURES (birth/death dates) Percent Population/ Political/ TOPIC Spiral Dynamics Levels Self & Culture Characteristics & Values Worldviews Power Social Structure G: Union College psych prof. Originator of Level Theory of Personality. POSITION/ROLE B: Organizational consultant. Foremost expositor and developer of Graves model. CONTRIBUTION/ G: Sophisticated cultural stage model, used to illustrate corporate- and government-world dynamics. SIGNIFICANCE B: Refined model into Spiral Dynamics PERTINENT G: Cowan, Never Ending Quest (2005) WORKS/ STUDIES B: Spiral Dynamics (1996), w/Cowan (date/s) WILBER SOURCE: IP 41-2, 47-53, 204 IP 118-19, 198,207 Study Category IP 40-42, 47-54 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) [Beyond con-Higher Development 38 sciousness/ Divine] 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late Constant consciousness 35 Non-dual: Middle Spirit & World Process Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless 34 Non-dual: Early Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} 33 - transition - 32 Causal: Late Causal unity, cessation Formless mysticism: Union with source of manif- Causal (formless): 31 est realms Early Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) 30 - transition - 29 Subtle: Late Subtle realm unity, luminosity Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 7C: Spiral Dynamics 1 – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ Clare Graves (1914-86) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUC- INVESTIGATOR Don Beck (~1940- ) TURES (birth/death dates) Percent Population/ Political/ TOPIC Spiral Dynamics Levels Self & Culture Characteristics & Values Worldviews Power Social Structure 28 Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross Subtle (archetype): realm Early Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {28-30}, 27 - transition - 26 Psychic: Late Collective csness, self as part of larger spiritual Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, Psychic (vision): 9. [next awakening] whole, resonance, clairvoyance, parallel worlds, gross realm unity 25 Early (coral) cs & interactive universe, reality of spiritual Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} realm THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} 24 - transition - Developmentalism as World Process Universal holistic sys- Group solutions, universal causality, entitiesHigher Development 8. Holistic organism/ Global-holistic tem, multiple levels in 23 Vision/ logic: Late viewed as fields, intuition, fundamental meaning/ Cross-paradigmatic, dialectical global (turquoise) Late vision-logic one conscious system, purpose uses entire spiral. Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic 22 Vision/logic:Middle Holistic integralism (global) {22-24}: Nature’s flows, functionality, flexibility, spontane- Systematic- Kaleidoscope of natural Flexibility, spontaneity, ity, meld conflicting truths, personal freedom w/ 7. Systematic process/ integrative 21 Vision/ logic: Early 1/5 hierarchies, systems, functionality. Interde- consideration for others, authority is contextual, Multiple contexts/ histories integrative (yellow) Middle vision-logic forms. pendent natural flows. legitimacy of all human systems. Long-term SECOND TIER resolution, boundaries, consentual interactions Integrative, open systems, networking, inclusion, affiliation, community, sharing, consensus, har- Sensitive self/ relati- Collective communities: Anti-hierarchical, egali- 6. Social network/ Rela- mony, interdependence, togetherness, synergy, Pluralistic systems, dynamic 20 - transition - vistic network self 10/15 bonding, ecology, net- tarian, pluralistic, relati- tivistic (green) liberate humanity from greed/dogma, group- Pluralistic relativism {20-21} Early vision-logic working vistic. think, collective guilt, experience each moment, insight, empathy, listening, minimalist 19 Formal: Late Static systems/ contexts Self escapes herd men- Emergence from authority, liberation of ideas, Scientific achieve- 5. Strategic enterprise/ tality: hypothetico- autonomy, interdependence, progress, material- Static universal formalism ment/ individualistic 18 Formal: Early Individualistic-achiever 30/50 Corporate states. deductive, experimen- ism, sci/tech to enhance living, competition, Rational formalism {18-19} achiever (orange) tal, mechanistic, opera- winning, immediate results, entrepreneurial, WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24} Rational-egoic tional. socio-economic status, pragmatism, hard ball, 17 - transition - Demythologizing, formalizing Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 7C: Spiral Dynamics 1 – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ Clare Graves (1914-86) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUC- INVESTIGATOR Don Beck (~1940- ) TURES (birth/death dates) Percent Population/ Political/ TOPIC Spiral Dynamics Levels Self & Culture Characteristics & Values Worldviews Power Social Structure 16 Rationalization of mythic structures Rule/role: Late Mythic–rational {16-17} Central Truth, order/ structure from chaos/ All-powerful Other/ anarchy, stability, sacrifice, deferred gratifica- Ancient nations. Rigid Order defines values, 4. Authority/ Absolutist- Conformist rule tion, practical, tried-&-true, principles, righteous- 15 Rule/role: Early 40/30 social hierarchies, law purpose. Concrete- Locus of magic power is deified Other religious (blue) Mythic- membership ness, divine plan/ guiding force, good/evil, re- & order. literal, fundamentalist ward/ punishment, control impulses, guilt, dog- beliefs. ma, battle lines, hierarchical, Concrete-literal myths: 14 - transition - Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} 13 Concept Ego omnipotence transferred to gods Higher Development Self distinct from tribe: Feudal empires: power, powerful, impulsive, Respect, reputation, gratify impulses, fight relen- 3. Strong-man/ Power- Power gods Omnipotence of ego challenged, security 12 Endocept 20/5 glory. Mythic spirits, egocentric, heroic. tlessly, no guilt, life a jungle, vengeance, blood gods (red) Mythic-magic Magic-mythic {12-13} beasts/ dragons. Mythic spirits, beasts/ sport, many subjugated have-nots dragons. Symbol 11 Ego is locus of magic power - transition - Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic 10 Image Magical (typhonic) {10-11} Identity fused with tribe. Allegiance to elders/ community/ village, obey 2. Tribe/ Magical- Animistic- tribalistic Animistic: magical spi- mystical spirits, customs, clans, sacred places/ 9 Impulse/ emotion 10/1 Ethnic tribe. ‘Self-object’ animistic (purple) Typhonic-magic rits give blessings, objects/ rituals, band for safety, mag- curses, spells. ic/enchantment, harmony with nature’s power 8 - transition - Subject-object fusions Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment 7 Exocept Archaic-magical {7-9} 6 Perception Archaic- instinctual Kinship, survival band. Undifferentiated, pleromatic 1. Survival band/ In- Subconscious nature, body, indistinguishable 5 Sensation Uroboric 0.1/0 bands. Habits, instincts Identity fused with kin. Archaic {5-6} stinctive (beige) from world FIRST TIER just to perpetuate life. EGOCENTRIC {5-13} Matter: Molecular, 4 polymer 3 Matter: Atomic Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.opment
    • 7C: Spiral Dynamics 1 – page 4 CONTRIBUTOR/ Clare Graves (1914-86) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUC- INVESTIGATOR Don Beck (~1940- ) TURES (birth/death dates) Percent Population/ Political/ TOPIC Spiral Dynamics Levels Self & Culture Characteristics & Values Worldviews Power Social Structure Matter: Subatomic2 - transition -1 [Before matter/ Void] Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 7D: SOCIO-CULTURAL EVOLUTION – Spiral Dynamics 2 return to topThese Studies from Spiral Dynamics trace collective human development at the socio-cultural level. Collective development occurs in human groups of all sizes – couples, families, workgroups, communities, all the way up to societies and cultures. A Society is a structured community of people bound together by similar traditions, institutions, or nationality. A Culture is thesum total of shared beliefs, customs, practices, attitudes, behaviors, and symbolic structures which undergird and connect the members of a Society. Spiral Dynamics represents one of the mostdetailed descriptions of socio-cultural development. CONTRIBUTOR/ Clare Graves (1914-86) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUC- INVESTIGATOR Don Beck (~1940- ) TURES (birth/death dates) Underlying Administrators Accessories TOPIC VMeme Codes VMeme Webs Object of worship Today’s Society Worldviews Processes of worship to worship G: Union College psych prof. Originator of Level Theory of Personality. POSITION/ROLE B: Organizational consultant. Foremost expositor and developer of Graves model. CONTRIBUTION/ G: Sophisticated cultural stage model, used to illustrate corporate- and government-world dynamics. SIGNIFICANCE B: Refined model into Spiral Dynamics PERTINENT G: Cowan, Never Ending Quest (2005) WORKS/ STUDIES B: Spiral Dynamics (1996), w/Cowan (date/s) WILBER SOURCE: IP 41-2, 47-53, 204 IP 118-19, 198, 207 Study Category IP 40-42, 47-54 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- Higher Development sciousness/ Divine] 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late Constant consciousness 35 Non-dual: Middle Spirit & World Process Nondual mysticism: Union of form & formless 34 Non-dual: Early Non -dual (siddha) {34-36} 33 - transition - 32 Causal: Late Causal unity, cessation Formless mysticism: Union with source of manif- Causal (formless): 31 est realms Early Causal (formless, sage) {31-33) 30 - transition - 29 Subtle: Late Subtle realm unity, luminosity Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 7D: Spiral Dynamics 2 – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ Clare Graves (1914-86) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUC- INVESTIGATOR Don Beck (~1940- ) TURES (birth/death dates) Underlying Administrators Accessories TOPIC VMeme Codes VMeme Webs Object of worship Today’s Society Worldviews Processes of worship to worship Deity mysticism: Union with creatrix of gross Subtle (archetype): 28 realm Early Subtle (archetypal, saintly) {28-30}, 27 - transition - 26 Psychic: Late 25 Translucents, vibration- Nature mysticism: Union with World Process, al medicine, ESP, gross realm unity Psychic (vision): 9. Coral: Next awaken- Saints, realized beings, Altar, meditation cu- True God, Spirit channeling, miracle Early ing guiding lights, poets shion Psychic (shamanic, yogic) {25-27} healing, paradox reso- lution THEOCENTRIC {25-beyond} 24 - transition - Developmentalism as World Process Bioneers, Esalen, intel- 8, Turquoise: Balanced GlobalView: Broad ligent design, integral interlocking forces, systhesis/ renewal, Flowing, multitudinous Organism Cross-paradigmatic, dialecticalHigher Development 23 Vision/ logic: Late psychology, Gaia, reorder life’s chaos holistic/ experiential quantum physics Integrates multiple contexts, paradigmatic 22 Vision/logic:Middle Holistic integralism (global) {22-24}: Ecology, appropriate FlexFlow: Qualities/ 7. Yellow: Danger of technology, cultural responsibilities of be- Flexible, integrative, 21 Vision/ logic: Early collapse, responsibility- System Systems theorists Information network creatives, McDonough, Multiple contexts/ histories ing, systematic integra- knowledge-based free biomimicry, permacul- tive ture, quality of life Co-ops, Peace Corps volunteers, socialism, children’s rights, sensi- tivity training, natural 6. Green: Shared habi- HumanBond: Commu- foods, animal rights, Experiential, consen- Community, humanity, Ecologists, communal Nature gear, communal Pluralistic systems, dynamic 20 - transition - tat, humanity, commu- nity, harmony, equality. victim classes, cultural sual social structures, Gaia conscience reps kitchen Pluralistic relativism {20-21} nity, personal growth Relativistic/ sociocentric diversity, magical child, universal health care, affirmative action, Olympic Village, well- ness, REI 19 Formal: Late Static systems/ contexts Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 7D: Spiral Dynamics 2 – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ Clare Graves (1914-86) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUC- INVESTIGATOR Don Beck (~1940- ) TURES (birth/death dates) Underlying Administrators Accessories TOPIC VMeme Codes VMeme Webs Object of worship Today’s Society Worldviews Processes of worship to worship 18 Silicon Valley, genetic Static universal formalism 5. Orange: Alternatives, StriveDrive: Success, Achievement-oriented, Success, money, su- engineering, hi-tech Formal: Early opportunities, options autonomy, materialistic/ autonomy-seeking, Communications media Tech gear, car, perks Rational formalism {18-19} perstars lifestyle, James Bond, for success achiever strategic WORLDCENTRIC {17.5-24} Wall Street, GQ 17 - transition - Demythologizing, formalizing Rationalization of mythic structures 16 Rule/role: Late Mythic–rational {16-17} Multi-national corpora- tions, social engineer- ing, fundamentalists, Scripture, command- 4. Blue: Divinely- TruthForce: Stability, Amish, Boy Scouts, Purposeful, controlling, Dominant social god, Prophets, priests, ments, codes, duties, 15 Rule/role: Early controlled, purposeful, purpose, absolutist/ Marxists, Black Mus- Locus of magic power is deified Other authoritarian, traditions ideology teachers constitutions, treaties, authority, guilt, do right saintly lims, orthodox Jews, law, traditions, honor Zionists, Palm Springs,Higher Development Al Anon, 12-Step, New- tonian physics Concrete-literal myths: 14 - transition - Mythical - literal (mythic membership) {14-15} ETHNOCENTRIC {14-17.5} 13 Concept Ego omnipotence transferred to gods Warlords, neo-nazis, 3. Red: Rough, harsh, PowerGods: Power, Gods, heroes, strong- Myths, empowered Black Panthers, street Exploitive, power- Omnipotence of ego challenged, security 12 Endocept fight to survive, con- action, egocentric/ ex- men, conquests, Big Priests, commanders weapons, war games, gangs, rock concerts, seeking Magic-mythic {12-13} quest, heroic action ploitive Me prizes, spoils, vehicle union bosses, NFL teams, Mafia dons Symbol 11 Ego is locus of magic power - transition - Egocentric, word magic, narcissistic 10 Image Magical (typhonic) {10-11} Mardi Gras revelers, little league teams, 2. Purple: Mystery, fear, Animistic spirits, ances- KinSpirits: Safety, secu- Shamans, medicine herbalists, Hare Krish- 9 Impulse/ emotion placate spirits, join Circular, cyclic tors, natural phenome- Enchantment, rituals ‘Self-object’ rity, animistic/ tribalistic men, magicians, elders nas, SWAT teams, together na Masonic lodges, jazz clubs, herbalists 8 - transition - Subject-object fusions Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 7D: Spiral Dynamics 2 – page 4 CONTRIBUTOR/ Clare Graves (1914-86) WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUC- INVESTIGATOR Don Beck (~1940- ) TURES (birth/death dates) Underlying Administrators Accessories TOPIC VMeme Codes VMeme Webs Object of worship Today’s Society Worldviews Processes of worship to worship 7 Hallucinatory wish-fulfillment Exocept Archaic-magical {7-9} 6 PerceptionHigher Development Green berets, street 1. Beige: State of na- SurvivalSense: Stay people, playground Undifferentiated, pleromatic Instincts, drives, biolog- 5 Sensation ture, instincts, animal alive, automatic/ in- Survival Necessity Weapons, body parts bullies, alzheimer’s Archaic {5-6} ical needs impulses stinctive patients, refugees, EGOCENTRIC {5-13} Rambo, Yojimbo Matter: Molecular, 4 polymer 3 Matter: Atomic 2 Matter: Subatomic - transition - 1 [Before matter/ Void] Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • Table 8: PROCESSES OF GROWTH AND TRANSFORMATION return to topThese Studies (primarily by Wilber) trace the sequence of potential Pathologies and corresponding Processes of treatment at each Stage of development. Pathologies are the obstacles, impedi-ments, diversions, and distortions that can cause the growth process to go wrong. Processes are the activities, techniques, or therapies which overcome those Pathologies. CONTRIBUTOR/ John Gedo Ken Wilber WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUC- INVESTIGATOR Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber (~1930- ) (~1950- ) TURES (birth/death dates) Treatment Chakras [Fulcrum transi- [Fulcrum transition Defenses Self-sense: TOPIC Therapy Models Fulcrums (Processes, modali- (TRADITIONAL & tions] pathologies] (Mental disorders) GENERAL/ specific ties) Wilber versions) Prolific Chicago psy- POSITION/ROLE choanalyst. CONTRIBUTION/ Effective therapy thru SIGNIFICANCE use of multiple models PERTINENT WORKS/ STUDIES (date/s) WILBER SOURCE: IP 96, 197 (treatment IP 92-100,102-8, IP 93, 96-97 IP 93, 96-97 IP 92-98, 197 IP 98-100, 197 IP 16-17, 199 IP 117, 197 Study column) 197,205 Category IP 92-100, 102-08 FUNDAMENTAL DEVELOPMEN- TAL SEQUENCE DEVELOPMENTAL SEQUENCES (Wilber) (Read columns below in order of increasing development: From bottom to top) 38 [Beyond con- [00. AFTER DEATH] Higher Development sciousness/ Divine] {37-38} 37 - transition - 36 Non-dual: Late 35 Non-dual: Middle Path of siddhas. Al- ways/ already accom- [10. NON-DUAL] (Release of all Chakras 34 Non-dual: Early plished in present mo- 10. Non-dual {34-36} in the Real) ment. Nondual mystic- ism. 33 - transition - 32 Causal: Late Arhat’s disease Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 8: Processes of Growth – page 2 CONTRIBUTOR/ John Gedo Ken Wilber WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUC- INVESTIGATOR Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber (~1930- ) (~1950- ) TURES (birth/death dates) Treatment Chakras [Fulcrum transi- [Fulcrum transition Defenses Self-sense: TOPIC Therapy Models Fulcrums (Processes, modali- (TRADITIONAL & tions] pathologies] (Mental disorders) GENERAL/ specific ties) Wilber versions) Path of sages. Pure Soul grows quiet, rests. Causal (formless): 9. CAUSAL (spirit) {31- Failed differentiation emptiness, dissolve 31 Witness releases hold, 9. Witness (pure Self) Early 33} Causal subject-object dualism. dissolves. Formless mysticism. 30 (Higher Chakras to - transition - SPIRIT {29.5-beyond} cessation) Archetypal fragmenta- 29 Subtle: Late tion Path of saints. Deep Soul emerges perma- psychic & subtle. Audi- Subtle (archetype): nently into csness. Failed integration 28 8. SUBTLE {26.5-30} ble illuminations, ha- 8. Subtle Self (Soul) Early Intermediary between Subtle loes of light & sound. self & spirit Deity mysticism. 7. Sahasrara: Tran- 27 - transition - scendental conscious- ness, light Yogic illnessHigher Development 26 Psychic: Late Pranic disorder Path of shamans/ Split-life goals yogis. Energy currents Psychic (vision): 7. PSYCHIC (soul) Transpersonal domain WISDOM (crown of 25 Psychic inflation in gross realm & gross 7. Psychic Self Early {23.5-26.5} comes into focus head) {25-beyond} Psychic bodymind. Nature mys- ticism. Sahasrara. 6. Psychic mind: 24 - transition - SOUL {22.5-30} vision (Ajna) 23 Vision/ logic: Late Bad faith Aborted self- actualiza- 22 Vision/logic:Middle tion Shift to universal exis- 6. INTEGRATED (cen- tential principles: Inauthenticity VISIONARY taur) {21-23.5} life/death, authenticity, 6. Centaur (existential, 21 Vision/ logic: Early Deadening Existential therapy THOUGHT (brow, third self-actualization, glob- integrated Self) Existential eye) {21-24} al awareness, body- mind integration 20 - transition - 5. Verbal-rational mind Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 8: Processes of Growth – page 3 CONTRIBUTOR/ John Gedo Ken Wilber WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUC- INVESTIGATOR Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber (~1930- ) (~1950- ) TURES (birth/death dates) Treatment Chakras [Fulcrum transi- [Fulcrum transition Defenses Self-sense: TOPIC Therapy Models Fulcrums (Processes, modali- (TRADITIONAL & tions] pathologies] (Mental disorders) GENERAL/ specific ties) Wilber versions) Sublimation 19 Formal: Late CENTAUR {19-24} Anticipation 18 Self-reflexive ego Identity crisis. Role 5. MATURE EGO (ra- emerges, shift from confusion. Shift to self- Suppression EXPRESSION (throat) Formal: Early Introspection tional reflexive) {16.5- Introspection 5. Mature ego conformist to individual- derived universal prin- Ego {18-20} 20} ist ciples 4. Community-mind: 17 - transition - 4c. Mythic - late love 4b. Mythic - middle 16 Rule/role: Late Covert intentions EGO {16-20} Shift to roles and rules of society. Prescriptive Script pathology: False, 4. ROLE SELF (perso- Duplicitous transaction 4a. Mythic (member- 15 Rule/role: Early morality. Often dis- misleading scripts, Script analysis LOVE (heart) {15-17} na) {13.5-16.5} Script ship-Self) – early played in traits of myth- stories, myths ic godsHigher Development 14 - transition - Displacement 13 Concept Reaction formation 3. Intential-mind: power 3b. Concept-Self Differentiation: Fusion Uncovering: Relax Conceptual mind with emotional self. Isolation repression barrier, un- 3. MENTAL SELF (self- POWER (solar plexus) 3a. Name-Self 12 Endocept Interpretation emerges, differentiates Integration: Repres- Repression cover & recontact sha- concept) {10.5-13.5} {12-14} PERSONA {12-17} from emotional body sions of emotional self Neurosis dow self, reintegrate (classic neurosis) into psyche 11 Symbol - transition - 2b. Magical (Image- 10 Image Splitting body) Narcissism (others as Identity switches from extensions of self) Structure-building: 2. Emotional-sexual Unification 2. EMOTIONAL SELF fusion with material 2a. Typhonic (Pranic- 9 Impulse/ emotion Boundary disorders Projection Build self’s boundaries, SEXUALITY (genitals) Optimal disillusion {8-10.5} body to identity with body) (invasion, disruption of strengthen ego. {9-11} emotional-feeling body boundaries) Self/object fusion 8 - transition - Borderline psychosis 7 Exocept 1c. Axial body Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.
    • 8: Processes of Growth – page 4 CONTRIBUTOR/ John Gedo Ken Wilber WILBER CORRELATIVE STRUC- INVESTIGATOR Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber Ken Wilber (~1930- ) (~1950- ) TURES (birth/death dates) Treatment Chakras [Fulcrum transi- [Fulcrum transition Defenses Self-sense: TOPIC Therapy Models Fulcrums (Processes, modali- (TRADITIONAL & tions] pathologies] (Mental disorders) GENERAL/ specific ties) Wilber versions) 6 Perception Wish fulfillment Hallucination 1b. Uroboric 5 Sensation Delusional projection BODY EGO {5.5-12} 4 Matter: Molecular, Distortion Pacification Medication/ pacification polymer Psychosis Can’t tell where body 1. Material 1a. Pleromatic 1. PHYSICAL SELF {3- Differentiates body ends, world begins. 3 Matter: Atomic SURVIVAL (floor of MATERIAL SELF 7} from environment Can’t tell fantasy fromHigher Development pelvis) {3-8} {2.5-6} reality. 2 Matter: Subatomic Intensive regressive - transition - therapies 1 [Before matter/ 0. BEFORE CONCEP- Void] TION {1-2} Hugh & Kaye Martin. MartinHughCo@Gmail.com. 707-874-9799.