One way of understanding different kinds of Integral writers and thinkers and mystics.
Ascenscionist: So Western. So reasonable. Ken Wilber joins a host of dead Europeans in this prestigious group.
Descensionist: Jung, Hillman, and a depth beyond depth. Digging some roots. O Earth! O Great Mother!
Surrenderist: Surrender never felt so good and easy as when you read Eckhart Tolle.
Commanderist: It may be a surprise to find Tony Robbins in a group of Integral thinkers. But this might be one categorical way where active, Carpe Diem Individualists like Tony can be matched with mostly passive contemplative types.
UPDATE #1: After showing this and discussing with some Integral thinkers, I realized I didn't have values. I re-worked the map to reflect the axis values, making this a more complete picture.
One source of possible disparity in this map could be a decision: Whose idea of the shadow do you prefer: Ken Wilber's or Carl Jung's? Or, are they similar enough? Or, is the shadow/light axis more of a yin/yang polarity?