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The Handbook of Knowledge-Based Coaching: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE by Diane Brennan, Leni Wildflower

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DEVELOPMENT, CONSCIOUSNESS, AND INTEGRAL STUDIES: KEN WILBER

Wilber’s approach to the study of consciousness has been to research eclectically, seeking coherent patterns across disparate and sometimes mutually hostile fields of study. This process of constructing a unified picture out of a diverse range of elements he calls “integral studies” (1973/1993). Drawing on an extensive range of disciplines and traditions, both eastern and western, he has developed a model that divides existence into four quadrants: intentional, behavioral, cultural, and social.

Each quadrant contains a branching hierarchy of elements. The behavioral quadrant, for example, contains the building blocks of material evolution, from atoms up through molecules and cells to ...

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