From an article in the Seattle Times:
[P]hilosopher-psychologist Ken Wilber, a pioneer in integrating mysticism and science, [didn’t agree to speak on camera, but] nevertheless helped Powers set the film’s tone.”He gave us a butt-kicking,” Powers says. “He got us past a simplistic vision of oneness and said most people see the world in dualistic terms — ‘me’ and the ‘other,’ or ‘me’ in this world, ‘God’ somewhere else.
He said, find the voice in each person’s head in the audience and go one above it. That helped us give the film its evolving, spiral shape, gradually leading from dualism to compassion to living in the present moment to the meaning of life to who is God to oneness.
Haven’t seen it yet, though I’d like to. Gary Stamper of Seattle Integral recommends it. Congratulations on the new blog, Gary!