evolutionary love

Practice of Evolutionary Love with Max Gaenslen, ITP Mastery Teacher

By Max Gaenslen
The worldview of ITP is based primarily on the extraordinary nature of love. In this exercise, experience the power of love for your whole being and for all of life and notice how you feel. As the spark of the divine wakes up inside, explore how this loving energy has the power to heal and support your transformation, bringing alive your unique imprint into the world. The practice, led by ITP Mastery teacher Max Gaenslen, demonstrates the significance of loving yourself as a portal to loving others and all of life.

Loving Action Toward Global Transformation

By Emanuel Kuntzelman
There is a reason communities of activists and change makers bring up the topic of love in global transformation. The very nature of the cosmos is driven by the power of evolutionary love, and we are now beginning to understand what that could mean for creating positive and lasting change around the world.

Poetry and the Further Reaches of Our Potential

By Jill Robinson
In our life-long pursuit toward the further reaches of our potential, we must always proceed with that first step. I recently spoke with Bob about his own practice, particularly his extraordinary capacity to retain and recite poetry. As with so many special conversations we’ve had, it was a flow of wisdom punctuated with a poem.

Applying Integral Love in Everyday Life

By Rich Sigberman
ITP member, Rich Sigberman, shares what happens when he approaches a task using an integral approach combined with love, and the steps he takes to reach this state in his daily tasks.

ITP Community Spotlight on Connie Swan

By Connie Swan
Learn more about Connie Swan and the experience and insight she's gained as a long-time practitioner and member of ITP Tulsa. "As a longtime student of the human potential movement, I found ITP right up my alley and applied to join the program straightaway. The mastery teachers who led the sessions impressed me so much that accepting the invitation to join the local Thursday Tulsa ITP group was an easy decision. I definitely wanted to have what they were having!"