Category: self-actualization

Breaking Bad. View it on Netflix, if you’ve got the stomach for it that is. Warning. The violence can be graphic, and the content is disturbing. Yet, I can’t remember another television series I found as compelling. As in, I couldn’t stop watching it. I was late to the series. I had heard the buzz, (it won…

  Love Everything You Do The world is there to be loved  If you love everything you do the world lights up. You have one thousand excuses for why you can’t love everything you do. I know. I have used them all to keep myself miserable. When your house is built upon these excuses the…

In his book, Super Consciousness: The Quest for Peak Experience, Colin Wilson lays out his philosophy of life, which I wrote about in my last post. Toward the end of that book, Colin Wilson, began thinking about how many levels of consciousness he could identify. The levels reflect how much “power consciousness” we possess, that is,…

I’ve been reading a book about literary critic, novelist, philosopher and lay psychologist, Colin Wilson (26 June 1931 – 5 December 2013) by Gary Lachman, and another by Wilson himself. Although Wilson has written somewhere close to one hundred books, I had never heard of him until I read Lachman’s biography. Born of humble stock…