About the Author

Ken Wilber

Ken Wilber is one of the most influential and widely read American philosophers of our time. His writing has been translated into more than 20 languages. Ken Wilber is the author of many books, including The Spectrum of Consciousness; The Eye of Spirit; Grace and Grit; Sex,...

Customer Reviews for The Integral Operating System

By John M
Date Added: Wednesday 15 October 2014
Ken Wilber takes the "woo woo" out of the study of consciousness and offers a pathway to expanding development.
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By Carol Ogburn
Date Added: Saturday 17 May 2014
Truthfully, I have to read and reread Ken Wilber's works, and I continually find them outstanding. The scope and depth of his research and inner experiences, plus his writing skills have expanded by awarenesses immensely. This new, multi-media approach (Integral Operating System - Version 1) brings Ken's knowledge into closer view. I greatly appreciate his (and others') efforts to expand the accessibility of personal evolutionary awareness for a growing audience.
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By Linda Reneau
Date Added: Thursday 28 June 2012
Ken Wilber has made a great contribution. I have actually read his 800+ page Ecology, Sex, and Spirituality so I am able to put his IOS into operation fairly quickly. I wanted this pared down version so the main elements would be clear. If I were new to Ken Wilber, it would help to also read his book A Brief History of Everything and his Theory of Everything to better use this IOS kit right off the bat.
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By Jolanka Muratovic
Date Added: Wednesday 18 April 2012
Interesting ways of description of the subject.Thank you .
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By Don
Date Added: Monday 21 May 2012
First off I'm not sure Ken Wilber knows what he's talking about. He describes the Caduceus as "the symbol of the medical profession". The correct symbol for the medical profession is the Rod of Asclepius. It has a staff, a single snake and no wings. The Caduceus is often mistaken for and misused as a medical symbol. He also states that where the snake crosses the staff represents the individual chakras moving up the spine. The snake only crosses the staff five times. There are seven chakras!
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By Sally
Date Added: Saturday 11 February 2012
I bought this program a fews years back; however, I can't get it. Mayabe, I will start with the last CD and go to the 1st. I have tried a few times but it is for me personnally confusing and boring only because I do not know what he is talking about. Maybe, it is to advanced for me.
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