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"Hot, hot, hot! I'm happy to endorse Robin Reinach's erotic novella, Broken Open. Clearly a labor of love and passion, this intriguing tale unfolds from multiple perspectives and reveals layers of truth below the surface structure.  The deeper, wider view shows the characters vulnerabilities as well as their desires.  A fast paced-plot with thrills resolves in a sexy, satisfying conclusion."

-Martin Ucik, workshop leader, public speaker, and auther of Integral Relationships: A Manual for Men




Stuart Davis and Integral New York – An Intimate Dialogue


Stuart Davis shared himself, his art, and his thoughts about the Integral Movement with members of Integral New York. On April 20, we met at the TAI center— located at 150 West 30th Street—a new venue for Integral events in NYC. The room was lovely in its starkness, the walls were black, and […]

Martin Ucik, Author of Integral Relationships, in Discourse with Integral New York


Barbara Larisch and Robin Reinach Does Integral make us happier? Martin Ucik questioned at the beginning of his presentation to Integral New York on Oct. 17, 2011. This issue hung in the air throughout Ucik’s presentation at iNY’s beautiful new home at One Spirit Interfaith on West 36th Street. Our long rectangular room was packed […]

Formless Mountain by Steve Self

Notes from the Field: Blind Spots and Pathologies at the Top of the Spiral


Blind Spots and Pathologies at the Top of the Spiral—Notes From the Field Robin Reinach and Barbara Larisch Integral New York started spring 2011 with an exploration of the possible flaws, foibles, and shadowy missteps of individuals at 2nd Tier. One question that arose at the beginning of the meet up was about splits that […]

Notes from the Field: New York Explores Empathy


Robin Reinach On the eve of winter, Integral New York examined empathy and “the miracle of we.” Gilles Herrada led twenty-four Ken Wilber Meet Up participants in exploring questions such as: How important is empathy to Integral theory? How does empathy look through the lens of the four quadrants? And how do we each experience […]

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