Marc Gafni holds his doctorate from Oxford University. He is a lineage holder in Kabbalah, a spiritual teacher and an iconoclastic artist visionary of Kabbalah and World Spirituality. He has moved from particularly Jewish teaching to the teaching of World Spirituality. He is the director with Ken Wilber, Sally Kempton and Diane Musho Hamilton of the Integral Life Spiritual Center, an initiating visionary of the Integral Spiritual Experience and core founder and faculty member of iEvolve: Global Practice Community. He is a faculty member of JFK university. He is the guest editor of of a series of Integral Academic Journal issues on Integral Spirituality.
He has written seven books, including the national bestseller Soul Prints, and The Mystery of Love, an exploration of the relationship between the sexual, the erotic, and the sacred. Gafni’s teaching is marked by a deep transmission of open heart, love and leading edge provocative wisdom. His upcoming books include The New Enlightenment, Awakening the Unique Self, Shadow and Unique Self, World Spirituality, The Integral Masculine and Feminine and the Wounds of Love.
Gafni’s path of personal evolution, in both the agony and the ecstasy of what he calls “sacred autobiography,” woven together with profound reverence and reading of sacred texts have formed the context for his personal realization. It is from this place of broken-hearted humility, radical joy and sacred audacity that he teaches. Gafni is considered by many to be a visionary voice in the evolving of World Spirituality and is one of the great mind/heart teachers of the generation.
Clint Fuhs has always been the best at everything. He was the sort of child that at eleven months was asking his friends in unbroken English if they could spell their own names yet. Motivation hasn’t been a problem for him either. Since he encountered Integral theory over ten years ago, he’s seen the unparalleled importance and potential of bringing this work to as many people as possible. So what happens when the guy who is the best at everything he does decides it’s his mission in life to deliver a pristine tour of the world’s most inclusive framework, in service of all beings? If you’ve taken a look around the site, you might have some idea.
One sunny afternoon last summer the Core Integral team was enjoying themselves on a rooftop patio when gale force winds started up out of nowhere. Each member of the team managed to find something to hold on to, except Clint who was swept off the roof and landed two stories below on a prominent Denver boulevard. “Clint!,” everyone yelled when the winds died down, noticing that he wasn’t on the roof. “I’m okay,” he called up from below. But when we peered over the rail our suspicions were confirmed. Clint was okay, putting himself back together one mechanical piece at a time. “That man,” a bystander commented nonchalantly, “is a machine.”