Integral Life Practice Inquiry

Integral Life Practice Inquiry
An Integral Research Approach to Personal Development
By Cindy Lou Golin
This article describes Integral Life Practice Inquiry, an integral methodology that combines the Developmental Action Inquiry of Bill Torbert with Integral Life Practice as developed by Ken Wilber.
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Published: 01-01-2008
Length: 21 Pages
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This article describes Integral Life Practice Inquiry (ILP-I), an Integral methodology combining the Developmental Action Inquiry of Bill Torbert with Integral Life Practice developed by Ken Wilber. The ILP-I framework includes Vision, Design, Practice, and Assessment as phases of enactment along with four-quadrant feedback (first-, second-, third-person perspectives) at each phase to inform what is referred to as single-, double-, and triple-loop learning. ILP-I was explored in the context of a ten-week Integral Life Practice graduate-level course that focused on applying Integral Theory to personal development and well being.