The books and websites used for learning Jai’ai, the new language of Integral Magic, won’t be ready until next year. But if you’re eager to start learning, I recommend that you study Interlingua. As Wikipedia says:
Interlingua (/ɪntərˈlɪŋɡwə/; ISO 639 language codes ia, ina) is an Italic international auxiliary language (IAL), developed between 1937 and 1951 by the International Auxiliary Language Association (IALA). It ranks among the top most widely used IALs (along with Esperanto and Ido), and is the most widely used naturalistic IAL: in other words, its vocabulary, grammar and other characteristics are derived from natural languages rather than a centrally planned grammar and vocabulary. Interlingua was developed to combine a simple, mostly regular grammar with a vocabulary common to the widest possible range of western European languages, making it unusually easy to learn, at least for those whose native languages were sources of Interlingua’s vocabulary and grammar. Conversely, it is used as a rapid introduction to many natural languages.
Interlingua literature maintains that (written) Interlingua is comprehensible to the hundreds of millions of people who speak Romance languages, though it is actively spoken by only a few hundred.
The name Interlingua comes from the Latin words inter, meaning between, and lingua, meaning tongue or language. These morphemes are identical in Interlingua. Thus, “Interlingua” would mean “between language”.
Jai’ai doesn’t reinvent the wheel. It is an EXTENSION of Interlingua. Some of the Interlingua vocabulary will be deprecated (deprived of endorsement) in the Jai’ai Dictionary, but only when Jai’ai has identified words that better express the sacred significance of the world’s Great Traditions. And of course, Jai’ai adds 243 new pronouns, word affixes, and articles to allow it to get the most out of the sacred insights of Lingua-U. All the essential ingredients of Integral philosophy will be “at the tip of your tongue” in Jai’ai, from Stations (which include both Structures/Stages and Types) to Seats (which includes Zones and Lines), all of which can be accessed phonetically with words that enact the spiritual attributes of the appropriate Sacred Words. All of the nine distinct person-perspectives (Stations) have 27 unique words of their own for constructing meaningful new words or sentences.
I’ll explain in more detail why I chose Interlingua over Esperanto and other alternatives at another time, but it wasn’t a hard decision. There is no other significant IAL based on natural languages … and natural languages are the “raw material” of the world’s Great Traditions. Unfortunately for our purposes, Interlingua’s vocabulary was chosen for purposes that are not identical with Jai’ai’s, and so we will be adding a lot of specialized words for spiritual and philosophical discussion, including more vocabulary derived from Sanskrit, Hebrew, Mandarin, and Arabic. The basic set of pronouns of Interlingua have been superceded with Jai’ai’s 81 new pronouns.
Meanwhile, your study of Interlingua will not be wasted. Enjoy the language study.