Will Wilson grew up as a military “brat” following his father to many army assignments throughout the world. He graduated from high school in Germany and then graduated from the military academy at West point . He entered the army as a 2d lieutenant, eventually retiring from the army as a colonel 29 years later with assignments in special forces, to include Vietnam, armor, and eventually as a military psychologist. He has practiced in clinical psychology for over 30 years and established a consulting organization working in leadership, leader development, teamwork, high performance teamwork, and leadership in highly stressful and dangerous environments. Currently, Will is authoring a book on Military Leadership and serves as the Chair of Industrial/Organizational Psychology area for Capella University. He is also championing a certificate program there in Transpersonal Psychology. He has an affinity for being in the forests and mountains and feels most comfortable there. He likes to “hunt” with a camera and can relate many experiences of being in face-to- face experiences with other woods creatures in wonderful interactions. He has had enough experience in life and intense situations to know that we have only a mild understanding of the meaning of our existence and what we call consciousness.