Central to the Integral Idea is the notion that our life and development journey, as determined by our way of thinking, our values and our identity, develops in stages. Each stage is characterised by the way in which we fundamentally understand and encounter the world around us.
Each stage describes both a person’s way of thinking, i.e. the way in which we thoughtfully create structure, coherence and meaning in what we do, and our way of feeling, i.e. how we experience events around us and what inner processes this experience sets in motion. But first and foremost in this context, the stages are described through the associated more concrete behaviour.
The quality of what you develop in one area of the IPA Analysis model is dependent on what you have developed in the other areas.
When we evolve from one platform to the next, we take all the best of the old platform with us and INTEGRATE the old into the new. Where before the old was the goal and an end in itself, now it becomes a means to unfold ourselves from the new platform with new goals, new personal standards and a whole new way of experiencing ourselves and interpreting ourselves into the world.
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