Hierarchy of well-being

  1. Conditional happiness (It is silly not to do things that give us satisfaction in life)
  2. Unconditional happiness (It is silly to let things out of control make us feel bad)
  3. Naivete (It is silly to be sophisticated, etc.)
  4. Pure Intent / PCE / AF (It is silly to “be”).

An adaptation of Maslow’s hierarchy to actualism progress.