New Course: Integral Consciousness and The Ever-Present Origin

Dear friends,

I’m pleased to (finally) announce the launch of my 2020 integral course on Nura: Seeing Through the World: Integral Consciousness and The Ever-Present Origin.

Enrollment is open. We begin on Sunday, February 22, 2020.

There are 10 pre-recorded modules, and 9 live, interactive sessions featuring guest lectures.

Our first announced guest lecturer is philosopher Gary Lachman.

Unlike last year, we won’t be going straight through Ever-Present Origin. No more cover-to-cover. Instead, I’ve selected a few choice chapters to deep dive with you.

Each module covers the major themes of Jean Gebser’s magnum opus, emphasizing their import to the “meaning crisis” of our present day.

In tandem with guest lecturers, I will be introducing practice modalities to explore concretizing, and embodying integral consciousness in our daily lives. This is what I get asked for most of all. I’m especially excited to learn from how it comes together for us in the cohort.

I also have the added benefit of my first book, STTW, as a reader’s companion.

How it works: We’ll meet on Zoom bi-weekly through Winter and Spring, log on to a Class Portal page (where all the pre-recorded modules and Zoom recordings are) and a Class Forum page (where all the discussions live).

I send you a reminder email shortly before and after each live session, with the next module assigned.

I will also offer “Office Hours” to the schedule, for those who want an extra Zoom session exploring the reading and practices.

Gebser’s principle of “diaphany,” as an experience of spiritual “epiphany” of integral consciousness, will be emphasized this year.

It is both a delight and an honor to drink deeply from the waters of Gebser’s wisdom, and to take time at the outset of this decade considering an integral reality together.

It is the highlight of my year to be able to offer this as an annual event.

Registration Questions: If you’d like to take the course, but need a hardship or student rate, don’t hesitate to reach out (my email is jeremy (at) nuralearning (dot) com).

There’s also Patreon, where you can send me a message after signing up. I find that Patreon’s subscription model offers a good “pay-what-you-can” structure, and don’t want to turn anyone away from the course. Plus, you also get access to the Mutations Discord channel, another way to chat.

Anticipating our explorations and insight. 

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