o Intellectually and theoretically: incorporating all perspectives, all worldviews, all schools of thought and fields of knowledge, regardless of methodology (empirical, phenomenological, dialectical, esotericist, whatever) in a single self-consistent framework
o Pragmatically: the psychological and spiritual integration and transformation of the individual, the group, and ultimately society as a whole. This includes fields such as Lifestyle and Personal Development, Arts, Education, Business, Politics, Religion, etc
o Ethically and Morally: Right Action applied to all sentient beings and the cosmos as a whole (includes environmentalism and animal liberation, and ultimately pancosmocentrism)
o Spiritually: the non-contradiction of all authentic spiritual revelations (e.g. my comments re Sri Ramana and Sri Aurobindo), which also means bypassing ambigious teachers and abusive so-called gurus (see my thesis re the Intermediate Zone and narcisistic or imperfect gurus)
o Technologically and Futuristically: the non-contradiction of organic self and advanced technology, allowing posthuman stages of evolution at the physical level (Transhumanism; e.g. Ray Kurzweil)
o Ultimately: The complete Divine Integral Transformation of the body, personality, individuality, world, and ultimately cosmos (see the last two chapters of Sri Aurobindo’s The Life Divine)
And all of the above being not dualistically separate, but holistically integrated and part of a single harmonious whole. Integral Metatheory.