From Integral theory:
Teal Altitude marks the beginning of an integral worldview, where pluralism and relativism are transcended and included into a more systematic whole. The teal worldview honors the insights of the green worldview, but places it into a larger context that allows for healthy hierarchies, and healthy value distinctions.
Perhaps most important, a teal worldview begins to see the process itself, acknowledging that each one of the previous stages has an important role to play in the human experience. Teal consciousness sees that each of the previous stages reveals an important truth, and pulls them all together and integrates them without trying to change them to â€œbe more like me,â€ and without resorting to cultural relativism (â€œall are equalâ€).
Teal worldviews do more than just see all points of view, it can see and honor them, but also critically evaluate them.
Have you studied with Frederic Laloux? He has just moved to my cit here in New York state.