DiPerna and Augustine have curated a fantastic collection of inspiring articles written by integral thinkers from around the globe.
The Coming Waves highlights a bright future for humanity. With emphasis given to the phrase "Wake Up, Grow Up, Clean Up, Show Up" the book outlines a unique example of what it means to be a truly integrated spiritual practitioner in our current times. Topics include: spiritual awakening, evolutionary philosophy and development, psychological health, social activism, and the role of intersubjective practice in the unfolding of a planetary culture, among others. In its attempt to provide a platform for the next wave of integral thinkers, the majority of authors are in their 20s, 30s, and 40s. Each author was selected for the particular gift that he or she brings to the larger constellation of writers. If you want to catch a glimpse of our bright future, this book provides a peek into the new Earth and new civilization that has already arrived. Contributing Authors: Michael Wombacher, Jeff Carreira, Dustin DiPerna, John Churchill, Clint Fuhs, Michael Brabant, Andrew Venezia, H.B. Augustine, Thomas Huebl, Rob McNamara, Jana Espiritu Santo, Eliot Bissey, Gail Hochachka, Mikyö Clark, Mick Quinn, Debora Prieto.
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Dustin DiPerna is an author, teacher, and group facilitator. He has been a student of Integral Theory for the past decade and currently studies directly with American philosopher Ken Wilber. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University and a Master of Liberal Arts degree in Religion from Harvard University. He is the founder of Integral Publishing House and the Foundation for Integral Religion and Spirituality.
H.B. Augustine graduated from Denison University with degrees in Philosophy and Communication. He is co-founder of Aupportunities, a nonprofit investment bank, and Taggle, a revolutionary online review platform. He has been a student of Integral Theory for the past six years.
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