IDL Essays

IDL Essays

An Introduction to Integral Deep Listening

How and Why IDL Works

Are Interviewed Characters “Self-Aspects” or “Emerging Potentials?”

Interviewing

Helping Children Find and Follow their Inner Compass

Physical health Issues

Finding a Healthy Approach to Terminal Illness

Dreaming

Nightmares and Repetitive Dreams

Lucid Dreaming

Relationship Issues

Psychopathology

Exiting the Drama Triangle

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Integral/Integration

Wilber’s Pre-Trans Fallacy and Integral Deep Listening

What is Your Next Level of Growth? Understanding Wilber’s Developmental Stages

Interviewing Historical Figures

Interviewing UFOs, Crop Circles, and Synchronicities

Meditation

Meditation and the Drama Triangle

Mystical and Near Death Experiences

Life After Death

IDL and Psychopathology

Interviewing

Understanding your Resistance to Listening to Yourself

Interviewing Conflictual Relationships

Dreaming

Sources of Resistance to Dreamwork

Debunking Misunderstandings About Dreaming

Four Aspects of the Study of Dreams

Dream Epistemology

Origin of Dream Characters

When is a Nightmare a Good Thing?

Lucid Dreaming

Lucid Dreaming and IDL

Some Challenges to Common Assumptions About Lucid Dreaming

On False Awakenings

Integral

Spirituality and Values

Setting Intent

Current Events and Personal Development

Integral Life Practice

Supporting Integral With IDL

A New Model for the Treatment of Addiction

IDL Group Methodologies

Using Dolphin Encounters to Generate Authentic Personality Development

Using Qualities of Breath to Support Technology

Wilber’s Art Theory and Dream Yoga

Review of Wilber’s “Integral Spirituality”

Stone’s Voice Dialogue and IDL Compared

Dealing With Difficult People: IDL and Personality Disorders

Shamanic Attributes of Integral Deep Listening

Chinese Contributions to Dream Yoga

Hindu Yogic Foundations

Theravadin Buddhism and Dream Yogas

Tibetan Dream Yoga

Ken Wilber’s Integral AQAL and Dream Yoga

Karma and Reincarnation-Are They Real?

Thinking About Thinking: Formal Cognitive Distortions

Meditation

The Five Trees and Meditation

Awareness Meditation