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Highlights for English-Speaking Guests

The following is an adapted version of the program with all the relevant contributions which will be delivered in English language. These are highlighted either with boxes or with bold letters.

FRIDAY, JUNE 15th, 2012

10:00 – 12:00:
Pre-Event: „Einführung in den Integralen Ansatz“
Stefan Schoch

13:00, FOYER:
Arrival and Registration, tea and coffee

14:00 – 14:30
Einführung ins Thema
Begrüßung, Vorstellung des Programms

14:30 - 16:00
Einführungsbeitrag: „Entwicklung Integral – Menschen, Kulturen, Systeme verstehen und begleiten“ M. Habecker, S. Student , R. Lutterbeck, D. Wittrock, H. Weckmann

16:00 - 16:30 Uhr: Coffee-Break

16:30 - 17:30:
"Assumptions or assertions? A perspective on the evangelical aspects of the integral movement" 
Dr. Susanne Cook Greuter (via Skype), (note: this keynote may be delivered in German)

17:30 – 18:00: Dialogue-Teams

18:00 – 19:00: Dinner

19:00 – 20:00:
"Evolution and Development in all four Quadrants"
Interview with Ken Wilber (Tel.) und Jeff Salzman

20:00 - 21:00 Uhr, Aula: Dialogue-Teams

21:00 - 21:30: „Violine, Performance, Improvisation“ Harald Kimmig

Nach oben

SATURDAY, June 16th, 2012

8:00 - 8:30:
Morgen-Meditation, Dr. Tom Steininger

8:30 – 9:00:
Einführung in den Tag

9.00 - 10:00:
"Integral Arising
How higher consciousness is coming online in our world“ 

Jeff Salzman

10:00 – 10:30:  Dialogue-Teams

10:30 – 11:00: Coffeebreak

11:00 - 12:00:
„A New Culture: The Future Beyond the Gender Divide“
Elizabeth Debold, PhD

12:00 – 12:30:  Dialogue-Teams

12:30 - 14:00: Lunchbreak

14:00 - 15:30:
1. Workshop-Phase– 90 minutes

  • Jeff Salzman: "Integral Arising - How higher consciousness is coming online in our world 
  • Elizabeth Debold, PhD / Dr. Tom Steininger: The Three Levels of Eros: Creating a Culture Beyond Gender
  • Martin Ucik: "Entwicklung in Paarbeziehungen"
  • Wulf Mirko Weinreich: "Die Evolution der Zeitwahrnehmung"
  • Dr. Nadja Rosmann: "Gute Lösungen für Viele - Innenansichten einer neuen integralen Elite"

15:30 - 16:00 Uhr: Coffeebreak

16:00 - 17:00: 2. Workshop-Phase – 60 minutes

  • Jonathan Klodt: "Ökodörfer als Inkubatoren für integrale Entwicklung"
  • Stefan Schoch: "Integral Coaching® - ein Erfahrungsbericht"
  • Ingrid Schneider: "Meshwork™ – ein Netz für Entwickung und Veränderung weben"
  • Matthias Ruff: "Lernen vom Tahrir-Platz in Kairo"
  • Hannes Piber: "Integrale Unternehmensentwicklung - Aufbruch zu neuen Ufern"

17:15 - 18:45:
„Open Integral“
- Block with discussions among participants on selected topics

18:45 - 20:00: Dinner

20:00 – 21:00:
"Leading from the Edge: How highly conscious leaders approach complex global change issues"
Barrett Brown, PhD (via Skype)

21:00 – 21:30:
Integrationsrunde, Reflektion und Abschluss des Tages

21:30- 22:30:
 „Integral Roadshow 2.0“ Martin Bruders & Axel Perinchery

Integral Party
Electronic Beats by KLARTRAUM, Helmut Ebritsch, Nadja Lind

Nach oben

SUNDAY, JUNE 17th 2012

8:00 - 8:30:
Morgen-Meditation mit Dr. Tom Steininger

8:30 - 8:45:
Einführung in den Tag

8:45 - 09:45:
"Simpol: Matching world-centric care and compassion with a new kind of integrally informed, world-centric political action"
John Bunzl

09:45 – 10:15: Dialogue-Teams

10:15 - 10:45: Coffeebreak

10:45 - 12:15:
3. Workshop-Phase – 90 minutes

  • Thomas Binder: „Entwicklungsorientiertes Coaching mit Führungskräften – Arbeit mit dem Ich-Entwicklungs-Profil“
  • Prof. Dr. Dr. Katharina Ceming: "Rettet mehr Spiritualität die Welt?"
  • Sonja Student und Margret Rasfeld: "Kinder, Lehrer, Schulen können mehr – die Potenziale der Zukunft"
  • John Bunzl: "Simpol: Matching world-centric care and compassion with a new kind of integrally informed, world-centric political action"
  • Dr. Tom Steininger/ Elizabeth Debold, PhD:
    „The Three Levels of Eros: Creating a Culture Beyond Gender“

12:15 - 13:30: Lunchbreak

13:30 - 15:00:
Panel:  "Integral Development: next steps for individuals and cultures“

15:00 - 16:00:
Integrationround & closing ritual

Descriptions of contributions

Below you will find descriptions of some of the contributions in Englisch language.


Assumptions or assertions?

A perspective on the evangelical aspects of the integral movement

- Dr. Susanne Cook-Greuter

Are you an evolutionary? If not, go away. Do you have a unique self and a soul purpose? If not, you are not integral enough. Will we integral folks save the world? If you doubt, you don’t belong. Do you have a certificate in AQAL theory? If not, you may not be an equal conversation partner in the integral dialogue. Many integral adherents especially in the USA are attracted to the evangelical (good news) aspects of the message. It’s all upward and onward. Instead of “me, me, me” the motto has become “we, we, we.” This talk will raise some fundamental concerns about the movement and its many facets, some healthy and vibrant, others less so.


A New Culture

The Future Beyond the Gender Divide

- Elizabeth Debold, PhD

Discovering a new way to understand who we are as men and women will be essential to evolving Western culture beyond postmodernity. Gender exists at the intersection of the individual and collective interior. In modernity, a polarity between the masculine and feminine divided the social world into two spheres of public and private life. Postmodernity’s obsession with gender liberation aims to disrupt that division without any vision for what could be beyond it. In this keynote address, Debold will explore how placing Eros, or the evolutionary impulse, at the heart of our understanding of cultural development illuminates who we have been as women and men, and shows the way beyond gender to a new cultural potential between us.


The Three Levels of Eros

 Creating a Culture Beyond Gender

- Elizabeth Debold, PhD, Dr. Tom Steininger

In this workshop, Debold and Steininger will lead a philosophical and experiential exploration of Eros on three levels: as the sexual/reproductive force, as the creative impulse, and as the longing to evolve consciousness. These three levels, as discussed by Andrew Cohen, distinguish between different orders of creative engagement within the life process. Debold and Steininger will demonstrate how an attention to Eros at the highest level opens the space for new forms of intimacy and creativity that reveal a potential between us that lays the foundation for culture to evolve.  



an integral enactment of worldcentric consiousness as worldcentric, political activism

- John Bunzl, Dirk Weller

Wilber and others have pointed out that today’s world-centric problems won’t be solved with our present predominantly nation-centric mode of thinking and governance. If world-centric thinking is what’s needed to disclose real solutions, what does that thinking actually entail? What does it really mean?  And how does it contrast with our present nation-centric mode of thinking? John Bunzl and Dirk Weller dialogue on this issue and invite participation from all who attend.