For us “integral” means an undogmatic awareness of as many aspects and dimensions of reality and their interrelations as possible, and their consideration in our actions and social relations. “Integral” covers evolutionary dynamics – cosmological, biological, cultural, organisational and biographical – as well as the non-temporal and non-local ground of reality.
We are inspired by a spectrum of independent vanguard thinkers of an integral philosophy and practice – among them various 19th / 20th century forerunners like Henri Bergson, Joseph Beuys, Jean Gebser, Aurobindo Ghose, Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar, Rudolf Steiner, Ernst Friedrich Schumacher, Vladimir Solovev, Pitirim Sorokin and Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, but as well contemporary authors like Roy Bhaskar, Marc Luyckx Ghisi, Sally Goerner, Ervin László, Edgar Morin, Basarab Nicolescu, Ken Wilber and others. We are independent from specific streams, traditions and worldviews, however, and open to further suggestions along these lines.
The aim of our Integral Salon is to co-create an atmosphere that facilitates:
· diving into the spectrum of consciousness
in a playful manner;
· connections between different perspectives in perception, thought and action;
· the further development of our individual and collective potential through joint explorations.
Accordingly, in our meetings new pathways
are created by the very fact of walking on them together for the first