On AQAL – Integral Theory

What if your perspective only held one quarter the power it could hold? What if you could multiply your insight, understanding, power, and choice by knowing a simple “operating system” shortcut?

Ken Wilber’s 5 element map, commonly called AQAL (pronounced “AH-qwal”) shows us how to assimilate perspectives in complementary ways.

AQAL is an abbreviation for the 5 elements including:

  • All Quadrants
  • All Levels
  • All Lines (of development)
  • All States, and
  • All Types

Quadrants, levels, lines, states and types – whoozie whatsits?

I can’t seem to find a google video doing an AQAL intro, so I may create one soon.

Meanwhile you can find written introductions to AQAL here:


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