Moses Silbiger is currently finishing his Master’s in integral psychology at John F. Kennedy University, with a certification in life coaching. He is also an architect, working with graphic design, 3D presentations, and animations for more than 17 years.
Besides his life coaching practice, Moses is continuing to develop mixed-methods research about the potentials of using videogames for education related to personal and spiritual growth, integration and transformation. This approach is based on the practical applications of integral theory and integral play, grounded in multi-disciplinary research from contemporary philosophers, developmental researchers, and play theorists. It involves the application of six different methodologies aimed to explore the main topic from various integrative perspectives. Moses envisions video games being used by all kinds of educators, coaches, and spiritual leaders, potentially facilitating individual and collective human potentials.