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Over 50 years ago, Abraham Maslow talked about the importance of "peak experiences", which he described as "rare, exciting, oceanic, deeply moving, exhilarating, elevating experiences that generated an advanced form of perceiving reality, and are even mystic and magical in their effects..." While people often talk about the euphoria of peak experiences, Maslow often pointed out how overcoming intense challenges and setbacks can be a key trigger for a peak experience.
Similarly, in his 2018 book "The Other Side of Happiness: Embracing a More Fearless Approach to Living", Bastian argues that suffering and sadness are actually a necessary ingredients for happiness. He notes that "the most thrilling moments in our lives are often balanced on a knife edge between pleasure and pain... Our addiction to positivity and the pursuit of pleasure is actually making us miserable... without some pain, we have no real way to achieve and appreciate the kind of happiness that is true and transcendent." Yale psychologist Paul Bloom has also been making sense of the "pleasures of suffering."

These findings also have implications for the mindfulness craze, and provide a much-needed counterpoint to the the current trend of viewing calm and tranquil experiences as most conducive to a life well lived. To be sure, mindfulness, meditation, and cultivating inner calm can be beneficial for reducing anxiety, improving depression, and helping us cope with pain.
However, the intensity of peak experiences may be more likely to define who we are. At the end of our lives, will we look back and remember most poignantly all of the calm and tranquil meditation sessions we had, or will we remember the moments that plumbed the depths of our emotional life, that made us feel most alive?

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