PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT LAB
“Self-actualizing people have the wonderful capacity to appreciate again and again,
freshly and naively, the basic goods of life, with awe, pleasure, wonder, and even ecstasy,
however stale these experiences may have become to others [...]
Thus for such a person, any sunset may be as beautiful as the first one,
any flower may be of breath-taking loveliness, even after he has seen a million flowers.
For such people, even the casual workaday, moment-to-moment business of living can be thrilling.”
- Abraham Maslow
Learn about the methods of Self-Actualization, as defined by Abraham Maslow as "the desire for self-fulfillment, namely the tendency for him [the individual] to become actualized in what he is potentially; "the full realization of one's potential", and of one's 'true self'.
Self-actualization is phrased as the drive to become more and more what one is, to become everything that one is capable of becoming; determining one's life; rather, based on the individual desire, or motivation to achieve budding ambitions.
The self-actualizing person is capable of doing things for himself and making decisions on his own. He believes in who and what he is.
Self-actualizing people usually have experiences in which they literally feel they are floating. They feel very much in tune or at one with the world around them, and almost feel as if they are, for a momentary period in time, part of a different reality.
The self-actualized person has more efficient perception of reality and more comfortable relations with it. He can accept the good and the bad, the highs and the lows, and he can tell the difference. He sees reality as it is and accepts responsibility for it. He is as objective as a subjective being can be in his perceptions.
Find out how during the self-actualizing process people become capable to possess an unusual ability to detect the spurious, the fake, and the dishonest in personality, and in general to judge people correctly and efficiently. Learning about the 12 Characteristics of a Self-Actualized Person can help you find your own way though the magic of self-actualization.
Learn from the good examples of successful individuals who were very accepting of themselves and of their life circumstances; were focused on finding solutions to cultural problems rather than to personal problems; were open to others' opinions and ideas; had strong senses of privacy, autonomy, human values and appreciation of life; and a few intimate friendships rather than many superficial ones.
Find out how to manage to find your own core-nature that is unique to you, and is the one of your true goals of life.
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