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Become All That You Can Become
America's oldest military academy is getting enlightened about human development
Issue 29
Enlightenment Unplugged
Not just a book review of Walter Truett Anderson's The Next Enlightenment
Issue 24
Flow with Soul

This Hungarian-born painter, psychologist, and evolutionary thinker speaks about the flowering of human creativity and our potential to give meaning to the evolutionary process.

Issue 21
The Seeds of the Self

A pioneering psychologist whose theory of “object relations” has revolutionized our modern conception of the self shares his encyclopedic understanding of the forces that shape the human ego, and explains why distinguishing between “healthy” and “pathological” narcissism is essential on the spiritual path.

Issue 17
Get Over It!
A Men's Movement Pioneer Calls for the End to "The Gender Game"

The author of Fire in the Belly: On Being a Man takes no prisoners in his critique of the men's movement, the women's movement, the gay movement and enlightenment.

Issue 16
God's Playing a New Game
Integral Spirituality, Evolutionary Enlightenment, and the Future of Religion

Andrew Cohen’s twenty years of experience as a spiritual teacher provides dynamic counterpoint to Ken Wilber’s comprehensive integral theory. The result is more than an exchange of ideas, as “guru and pandit” bring their rigorous inquiry and passion to this lively exploration of Wilber’s new manifesto.

Issue 33
Is God All in Your Head?
Inside science's quest to solve the mystery of consciousness

As neuroscientists race to connect every aspect of human experience to the firing of neurons in the brain, the battle between science and religion is heating up. Will science succeed in its quest to do away with God, the soul, and all things spiritual? WIE steps inside the consciousness debate.

Issue 29
Orchestrating Our Many Selves
Jean Houston on the Fallacy of Self-Mastery

A pioneering researcher in the evolution of consciousness critiques the narrow focus of the term “self-mastery” and exhorts us to embrace the unlimited potential of what she calls “the possible human.”

Issue 15