I am familliar more or less with that material but i find it still a bit too generic.
I really think a startup/lean approach (testing, iteration, tracking) could be brough into the spiritual scene, expanding the work previously done (which already followed this approach to a certain extent) with an integral approach. In the end that is how the who spiritual world evolved so far by continuous confrontation.
Some of the details of navigating growing up, showing up and cleaning up have a ton of nuance and its not really clear how one can exactly find the right thing to narrow down on. I also believe some areas and techniques which are potentially very efficient do not seem to have a clear place in the integral life practice map (ex working on traumas, congruency and more)
I’ve been working on an idea of a systematisation of practices with standardised protocols & variants with a system of indicators and checklists for when practice is not quite “working” (with all the complexities of assessing “result” in a spiritual process).
I’ve been trying to work on this for a long while but would love to work on it hands in hands with anyone who finds this avenue interesting.
@russ.legear i am particularly interested in integral approach to personal development (not research as a whole which may expand the map by a lot) but Iw ill be happy to check it out