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Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 45, Abraham Maslow considers the peak experience to be one of the most important goals of life, as it is an indication of self-actualization. Abrahan, values, and peak experiences. Peak experience is differentiated from flow due to a number of factors including subjective level of experience intensity: Cimbres, peak experience is associated with the psychological phenomenon flow.

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Toward a psychology of being. Maslow’s assertions about peak experience, along with his sxperiencias hierarchy of needswere widely celebrated due to the theories’ focus on the psychology of healthy people, which stood out in a time where the bulk of psychology research focused on psychological disorders.


Self-actualized masllow often experience flow, as well as peak experiences. Peak experience, peak performance and flow: So far as I can now tell, the high plateau-experience always has a noetic and cognitive element, which is not always true for peak experiences, which can be purely and exclusively emotional. Summary of Maslow on self-transcendence Reason and Meaning web; accessed 5 October From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Domains of knowledge about human nature third edition. Maslow believed the origin, core and essence of every known “high religion” was “the private, lonely, personal illumination, revelation, or ecstasy of some acutely sensitive prophet or seer” p.

Self-actualization is a concept developed abrhaam Abraham Maslow that is characterized by one becoming all they want to be, and can be, by maximizing their potential.

He views himself more positively, he views life as abdaham and meaningful, and most importantly, he seeks to repeat the experience. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 1, Retrieved from ” https: Peak experiences were originally described by psychologist Abraham Maslow as “moments of highest happiness and fulfillment” in his work Religions, Values, and Peak Experiences.

A comparative analysis of positive human experiences. Towards an understanding of flow and other positive experience phenomena abraam outdoor and adventurous activities.


A peak experience is a moment accompanied by a euphoric mental state often achieved by self-actualizing individuals.

Maslow also recognized a related but distinct phenomenon of plateau experience. It is far more voluntary than peak experiences are. These early studies suggested common triggers for peak experience included art, nature, sex, creative work, cumbrs, scientific knowledge, and introspection.

Peak experience

While flow is a subjective conscious process that happens internally, peak experiences are describing an event that has occurred to someone who was functioning at optimal levels. This page was last edited on 1 Decemberat After Maslow’s death, investigation into the nature of plateau experience per se “largely fizzled into obscurity. It then becomes a witnessing, an appreciating, what one might call a serene, cognitive blissfulness.

In original peak experience abrahham, Maslow utilized interviews and questionnaires to gather participants’ testimonies of peak experience. The Journal of Transpersonal Psychology4 2—