Jean Gebser included in his book list of descriptions as to what “integral” meant to him:
the spiritual (the diaphainon)
the supercession of the ego
the realization of timelessness,
the realization of temporicity
the realization of the concept of time
the realization of time-freedom (the achronon)
the disruption of the merely systematic
the incursion of dynamics
the recognition of energy
the mastery of movement
the fourth dimension
the supercession of patriarchy
the renunciation of dominance and power
the acquisition of intensity
clarity (instead of mere wakefulness)
and the transformation of the creative inceptual basis.
—-Erwin Schrödinger” —
—-Vajra Ghanta Gadan” —
In death the many become one.
In life the one becomes many.