Ken Wilber on Integral Technology


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We’re really, REALLY excited to bring you what will certainly be a memorable evening with Ken Wilber on the topic of Integral Technology, in conjunction with our friends at Consciousness Hacking.

Consciousness Hacking is a global community exploring technology as a catalyst for psychological, emotional and spiritual flourishing. It’s an inside-out perspective on how technology can serve us by changing our relationship to the world, rather than the world itself. The ultimate purpose of the group is to support the community of people exploring, building and disseminating new tools for the evolution of individual and collective flourishing.

A year ago Ken Wilber reached out to Consciousness Hacking with a deeply resonant assertion: Technology will play a critical role in the future of spirituality and we need to think deeply about its design and development. In a series of conversation, Ken opened up an entirely new design space for Transformative Technology that is critical for a complete model of human development.

For thousands of years, the great wisdom traditions relied on practices that required no more technology than a cushion to sit on, or in the case of modern psychology, the therapist’s couch. But in our lifetime alone we have seen an unprecedented explosion of technologies that offer new ways to access and explore consciousness. There is great promise, potential horrors, and many unknowns, which are the hallmarks of emergence.

It’s the kind of topic that Integral Theory can illuminate beautifully, and who better than Ken Wilber to articulate the challenges and possibilities!

In this evening event, Ken will share his perspective in a conversation with Consciousness Hacking founder Mikey Siegel and BAI’s Dustin DiPerna. Ken will be joining remotely from his home in Boulder, CO.

This is going to be a rich and edgy conversation on an important topic for our time. Don’t miss it!

Can’t make it in person? Watch the Livestream.


Ken Wilber: Integral Technology

Wednesday, July 6, 6:30 to 9:30pm
OneTaste, 1446 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94102


In person: $20 until June 30, then $25
No one turned away for lack of funds

Livestream: by donation