I am slowly integrating in my knowledge the books recommended by the Canadian professor of psychology Jordan Peterson, by reading them, writing and speaking about them.
This fireside chat features Alexander Camlin. We talk about monastic retreats, meditation, psychedelic experiences, shamanic rituals, Jordan Peterson’s teachings and their practical consequences for everyday life.
This article is part of a continued exploration of a modern problem: we lack meaning in our lives because we are way too unsophisticated about how we set our goals.
What if defining a worthwhile goal is actually the hard part? What if that, alone, is an endeavor that will take you your whole life? What if the most worthwhile goal is something so complex that you will never be done refining it?