Reflect on Kegan’s developmental model of human consciousness and Wilber’s spectrum of consciousness

Reflect on Kegan’s developmental model of human consciousness and Wilber’s spectrum of consciousness

Reflect on Kegan’s developmental model of human consciousness and Wilber’s spectrum of consciousness 150 150 Nyagu

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As summarized in the article by Flier, Kegan’s model of development suggests that a greater challenge is our inherent process of development where we are one—or embedded in—our perceptions, and therefore unable to see, experience, and understand higher orders of consciousness. Kegan’s model of the developmental stages of consciousness from first order through fifth order closely mirrors the levels and bands of consciousness outlined by Wilber. (For a more in-depth exploration of Kegan’s model I recommend reading his book The Evolving Self: Problem and Process in Human Development.)

For our discussion this week: reflect on Kegan’s developmental model of human consciousness and Wilber’s spectrum of consciousness. Where do you see similarities? Where do you see differences?

Kugler suggests that we will “probably never have a final theory of consciousness;” however, if one were to be identified, it would need to describe some kind of “reality.” Do you agree or disagree with this assertion?

Does the way in which you observe and understand reality change its nature? Or, is reality “out there” static, and we have to learn how to see it properly to see its true nature?

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