Peak Experience refers to an activity during which human realize, "this is one of the highest points of my life." Humans find the moment exciting, fulfilling, joyful, transcendent. They feel very focused, aware of all that is going on around them, in control of their environment, and in an effortless harmony with their physical, emotional, and/or intellectual capabilities. In some cases, it may lead to a Peak performance.

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