Personally, even though I can understand his decision, I wanted to see some transparency brought to the situation at I-I. It certainly won' t come from those still inside the organization. Those of us who have supported the organization as members from the beginning feel a little frustrated, I think.
A friend suggested I deeply reflect on exactly what I need to communicate about I-I to have closure. She basically said, "say it and move on." She made a great point. This is my final post relative to anything I-I or Ken Wilber.
...and after much thought, I realize that I've already written most of what I need to say. Giving additional detail around the Multiplex, Salons, etc. isn't really necessary and is more destructive than constructive. It is time for me to move on and have new adventures in this wonderful world!
Some of the parting words:
I suggest to the rest of you what I suggest to myself. Take Ken's books, read them, and use the map towards your work in the world. Do it yourself. Do it now. Start your own organization, movement, or whatever. Maybe that is the best way to say thank you to Ken for what he has given us.