Transcend has arrived!

April 7, 2020 in Blog

Wow, a lot has changed in the world in just the past few weeks. I hope you are staying safe and healthy, and able to find moments of joy and connection during these extremely uncertain times.

While safety is crucial, let’s not neglect our higher possibilities. These times are difficult, but ultimately it’s times like these that lead to unexpected growth, creativity, and meaning. Many of us our shifting our priorities, and are focusing more on the people and things that matter the most to us in life. As holocaust survivor and humanistic psychotherapist Viktor Frankl put it, “It some ways suffering ceases to be suffering at the moment it finds a meaning.” 

In what ways has this experience changed your consciousness? How will you grow from this experience and come out on the other side with a renewed sense of purpose and meaning in life?

Today I have a new book out called Transcend: The New Science of Self-Actualization. It’s the culmination of my journey to scientifically discover the factors that can lead us to health, growth, creativity, peak experiences, and deep fulfillment. I believe we can still manage to have peak experiences– the most wondrous moments that make life worth living– regardless of our current life circumstances. We can choose growth.

You can order the book at one of the links here: bit.ly/TranscendBook

If you get a chance to read the book, it’d be great if you could leave a review on Amazon, tweet about it, or share the book with friends. I hope this book can help people get through these tough times and realize that we have greater resiliency, creativity, and potential within us than we ever realized.

One Response to “Transcend has arrived!”

  1. Kari Henley says:

    Thank you for writing this book! I am interested to learn more about Maslow’s writings on B-Love. I did not know about this aspect of his work. In this past year, my partner, Steven Cardinale and I completed a book called Becoming Beloveds exploring the possibility of understanding a higher and more transcendent perspective of love with Maslow as one of the models. We found the word Beloved to be one of the highest descriptors of love to share with one another. The word also revealed itself to have a hidden puzzle within it. The puzzle is Be Love + Be Loved = Beloved. We have found extraordinary insights and look forward to diving into your work. – Kari Henley