• Self Actualization: Wherever you are, be there
    A self-actualizer is a person who is living creatively and fully using his or her potentials. What a man can do, he must do. It refers to the desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. In summary, self-actualizers feel finally themselves, safe, not anxious, accepted, loved, loving, and alive, certainly living a fulfilling life. Instead of focusing on what goes wrong with people. Human motivation is based on people seeking fulfillment and change through personal growth. Self-actualized people are those who are fulfilled and doing all they are capable of. It refers to the person’s desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. "The specific form that these needs will take will of course vary greatly from person to person. Self-actualization can be reached by any particular individual. No matter who you are, you can achieve self-actualization. These will be the description of your life: • Reality-centered: Differentiating between fake and real, dishonesty and truth. • Means focused: Not seeking just the end but enjoying the journey. • Problem-centered: Focusing on solving problems not bemoaning one's troubles. • Self-sufficient: Not needing the company of others. • Deep relationships: Connections with others deep and meaningful. • Autonomy: Not being driven by the deeper needs. • Socially aloof: Not being driven by social pressures. • Open humor: Able to laugh at themselves and life in general. • Acceptance: Accepting self and others without judgement. • Simplicity: Being themselves, without pretense. • Spontaneity: Reacting as themselves without pause to worry. • Respect: Accepting others as they are. • Humility: Not trying to be superior to others. • Ethical: A personal sense of right and wrong. • Openness: Being able to see things in new ways. • Creative: Easy identification of new ideas. Such people are not saints and have their own imperfections, such as: • Strong feelings of guilt about what they should or should not do, or what they had done. • Being excessively kind even to people who may not deserve it. • Being cold and ruthless when they felt something needed doing. While many of us seek self-actualization, there are people for who the lower needs are less important and who live their lives in the self-actualizing state. Transformation is the person exploring themselves and becoming what they are capable of becoming. “At the center of your being you have the answer; you know who you are and you know what you want.” Lao Tsu – 6th Century BCE If there is something greater than ourselves, could it be universal spiritual truths? Could this be called Wisdom or Spiritual Truths? Is this universal and beyond time?

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  • Self Actualization: Wherever you are, be there
    A self-actualizer is a person who is living creatively and fully using his or her potentials. What a man can do, he must do. It refers to the desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. In summary, self-actualizers feel finally themselves, safe, not anxious, accepted, loved, loving, and alive, certainly living a fulfilling life. Instead of focusing on what goes wrong with people. Human motivation is based on people seeking fulfillment and change through personal growth. Self-actualized people are those who are fulfilled and doing all they are capable of. It refers to the person’s desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. "The specific form that these needs will take will of course vary greatly from person to person. Self-actualization can be reached by any particular individual. No matter who you are, you can achieve self-actualization. These will be the description of your life: • Reality-centered: Differentiating between fake and real, dishonesty and truth. • Means focused: Not seeking just the end but enjoying the journey. • Problem-centered: Focusing on solving problems not bemoaning one's troubles. • Self-sufficient: Not needing the company of others. • Deep relationships: Connections with others deep and meaningful. • Autonomy: Not being driven by the deeper needs. • Socially aloof: Not being driven by social pressures. • Open humor: Able to laugh at themselves and life in general. • Acceptance: Accepting self and others without judgement. • Simplicity: Being themselves, without pretense. • Spontaneity: Reacting as themselves without pause to worry. • Respect: Accepting others as they are. • Humility: Not trying to be superior to others. • Ethical: A personal sense of right and wrong. • Openness: Being able to see things in new ways. • Creative: Easy identification of new ideas. Such people are not saints and have their own imperfections, such as: • Strong feelings of guilt about what they should or should not do, or what they had done. • Being excessively kind even to people who may not deserve it. • Being cold and ruthless when they felt something needed doing. While many of us seek self-actualization, there are people for who the lower needs are less important and who live their lives in the self-actualizing state. Transformation is the person exploring themselves and becoming what they are capable of becoming. “At the center of your being you have the answer; you know who you are and you know what you want.” Lao Tsu – 6th Century BCE If there is something greater than ourselves, could it be universal spiritual truths? Could this be called Wisdom or Spiritual Truths? Is this universal and beyond time?

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  • Empty your cup
    A teacher is not necessarily the one who knows all. His response to people who are in doubt and ask questions is to search with them to discover the obstacle that they cannot see by themselves. He does not wish people to feel that he is too high to be reached, too deep to exhaust or too great to define. He merely lives up to his nature. In instructing a student, the teacher uses the knowledge he has attained to help a student widen his own vision. He guides a student to focus on his own self-improvement, thus the learning is never exhausted. The teacher provides the good advice for starting any stage of life; there is no end to self-progress. There is no diploma as one never graduates from life’s purpose of self-cultivation. He offers his help in the right situation without thinking of any reward. Someone who is your teacher is a person who can truthfully tell you that you are wrong. A friend is someone who can tell you that you are right and what he says is truthful. A thief is someone who flatters you all the time by telling you that you are right untruthfully and unfaithfully. The value of your life is not decided by your parents; they tend to overly exalt it. It is not decided by someone who dislikes you; he tends to devalue it. The value of your life is the same to nature, yet it can be noticed by you in the things you do every day that return to you the great strength of a happy and fresh life. A spiritually developed teacher is enlightened by the questions of his students. The students are enlightened by the answers from the teacher. Thus, enlightenment is realized, through the contents of the enlightenment of the student and the teacher is different. To be wise is to understand oneself. A developed person makes friends for shared intellectual or spiritual interests. Spiritually developed people can assist each other deeply as friends. Spiritually undeveloped and underdeveloped people also make friends; but very soon, they become enemies over conflicts. Spiritually developed ones are harmonious with different kinds of people and accept their differences. Spiritually undeveloped people befriend only people exactly like them so they do not learn to achieve harmony. If their spiritual goals are different people cannot remain or work together very long. Spiritually there is no last teacher. You can have many teachers because an individual’s levels change from low to high. The wise one is the person who can utilize the essence that others have already gathered, which enables him to use this foundation positively for his life direction and to go further to higher levels of achievement. Are You Ready for a Spiritual Teacher? ‘If you don't know where you are going, any road will get you there.’ Lewis Carroll ‘Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure... than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat.’ Theodore Roosevelt Although a spiritual teacher can help with psychological problems, a teacher has transcended that superficial and sentimental level of life a long time ago. He or she tends to emphasize self-transcendence, not repairing damaged egos. Many spiritual teachers waste time on disturbed students who have no ability or any real interests in self-transcendence. Having psychological problems or lack of emotional maturity may underlie some student’s reluctance to embrace these principles. But if you disengage from emotional reactions and simply start putting such basic life guidance into practice and engage gentle movement, you can already start to outgrow those old problems. If you have a problem concerning emotions or the ability to cope with life in general, then seek out an expert who has experience with your type of problem. You see, emotional disturbances are far below the realm of spirit, so why go to a spiritual teacher to handle an emotional problem? If you do you will only be deceiving yourself. These limited personal concerns are remote from true spiritual learning, and you will find that meditation does not solve your worldly problems fast enough, nor will you make any real spiritual progress until you solve those problems so why should you bother? Besides this, many students do not really want to get rid of their old problems. They are like cats that like to lie around licking their old wounds. What help is it to learn something you think is inspiring and useful, and then completely forget it in the next moment? It does you no good to know what to do and then not do it. However, there is one thing that students are good at, and that is acquiring intellectual understanding quickly. All you need to do now is to put your correct understanding into practice. Unless you do this, there can be no true spiritual life. In a true spiritual life, to believe counts for nothing; to do is everything. In some traditions, they say if you believe in their spiritual image, you will be saved. This path does not offer such an easy salvation. This path does nothing for you; you must save yourself. If you truly do not want to be enslaved by spiritual dependence, you need to pay the price. If you are not ready to do so, I suggest you just keep going to church.

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  • Self Actualization: Wherever you are, be there
    A self-actualizer is a person who is living creatively and fully using his or her potentials. What a man can do, he must do. It refers to the desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. In summary, self-actualizers feel finally themselves, safe, not anxious, accepted, loved, loving, and alive, certainly living a fulfilling life. Instead of focusing on what goes wrong with people. Human motivation is based on people seeking fulfillment and change through personal growth. Self-actualized people are those who are fulfilled and doing all they are capable of. It refers to the person’s desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. "The specific form that these needs will take will of course vary greatly from person to person. Self-actualization can be reached by any particular individual. No matter who you are, you can achieve self-actualization. These will be the description of your life: • Reality-centered: Differentiating between fake and real, dishonesty and truth. • Means focused: Not seeking just the end but enjoying the journey. • Problem-centered: Focusing on solving problems not bemoaning one's troubles. • Self-sufficient: Not needing the company of others. • Deep relationships: Connections with others deep and meaningful. • Autonomy: Not being driven by the deeper needs. • Socially aloof: Not being driven by social pressures. • Open humor: Able to laugh at themselves and life in general. • Acceptance: Accepting self and others without judgement. • Simplicity: Being themselves, without pretense. • Spontaneity: Reacting as themselves without pause to worry. • Respect: Accepting others as they are. • Humility: Not trying to be superior to others. • Ethical: A personal sense of right and wrong. • Openness: Being able to see things in new ways. • Creative: Easy identification of new ideas. Such people are not saints and have their own imperfections, such as: • Strong feelings of guilt about what they should or should not do, or what they had done. • Being excessively kind even to people who may not deserve it. • Being cold and ruthless when they felt something needed doing. While many of us seek self-actualization, there are people for who the lower needs are less important and who live their lives in the self-actualizing state. Transformation is the person exploring themselves and becoming what they are capable of becoming. “At the center of your being you have the answer; you know who you are and you know what you want.” Lao Tsu – 6th Century BCE If there is something greater than ourselves, could it be universal spiritual truths? Could this be called Wisdom or Spiritual Truths? Is this universal and beyond time?

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  • Self Actualization: Wherever you are, be there
    A self-actualizer is a person who is living creatively and fully using his or her potentials. What a man can do, he must do. It refers to the desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. In summary, self-actualizers feel finally themselves, safe, not anxious, accepted, loved, loving, and alive, certainly living a fulfilling life. Instead of focusing on what goes wrong with people. Human motivation is based on people seeking fulfillment and change through personal growth. Self-actualized people are those who are fulfilled and doing all they are capable of. It refers to the person’s desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. "The specific form that these needs will take will of course vary greatly from person to person. Self-actualization can be reached by any particular individual. No matter who you are, you can achieve self-actualization. These will be the description of your life: • Reality-centered: Differentiating between fake and real, dishonesty and truth. • Means focused: Not seeking just the end but enjoying the journey. • Problem-centered: Focusing on solving problems not bemoaning one's troubles. • Self-sufficient: Not needing the company of others. • Deep relationships: Connections with others deep and meaningful. • Autonomy: Not being driven by the deeper needs. • Socially aloof: Not being driven by social pressures. • Open humor: Able to laugh at themselves and life in general. • Acceptance: Accepting self and others without judgement. • Simplicity: Being themselves, without pretense. • Spontaneity: Reacting as themselves without pause to worry. • Respect: Accepting others as they are. • Humility: Not trying to be superior to others. • Ethical: A personal sense of right and wrong. • Openness: Being able to see things in new ways. • Creative: Easy identification of new ideas. Such people are not saints and have their own imperfections, such as: • Strong feelings of guilt about what they should or should not do, or what they had done. • Being excessively kind even to people who may not deserve it. • Being cold and ruthless when they felt something needed doing. While many of us seek self-actualization, there are people for who the lower needs are less important and who live their lives in the self-actualizing state. Transformation is the person exploring themselves and becoming what they are capable of becoming. “At the center of your being you have the answer; you know who you are and you know what you want.” Lao Tsu – 6th Century BCE If there is something greater than ourselves, could it be universal spiritual truths? Could this be called Wisdom or Spiritual Truths? Is this universal and beyond time?

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  • Self Actualization: Wherever you are, be there
    A self-actualizer is a person who is living creatively and fully using his or her potentials. What a man can do, he must do. It refers to the desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. In summary, self-actualizers feel finally themselves, safe, not anxious, accepted, loved, loving, and alive, certainly living a fulfilling life. Instead of focusing on what goes wrong with people. Human motivation is based on people seeking fulfillment and change through personal growth. Self-actualized people are those who are fulfilled and doing all they are capable of. It refers to the person’s desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. "The specific form that these needs will take will of course vary greatly from person to person. Self-actualization can be reached by any particular individual. No matter who you are, you can achieve self-actualization. These will be the description of your life: • Reality-centered: Differentiating between fake and real, dishonesty and truth. • Means focused: Not seeking just the end but enjoying the journey. • Problem-centered: Focusing on solving problems not bemoaning one's troubles. • Self-sufficient: Not needing the company of others. • Deep relationships: Connections with others deep and meaningful. • Autonomy: Not being driven by the deeper needs. • Socially aloof: Not being driven by social pressures. • Open humor: Able to laugh at themselves and life in general. • Acceptance: Accepting self and others without judgement. • Simplicity: Being themselves, without pretense. • Spontaneity: Reacting as themselves without pause to worry. • Respect: Accepting others as they are. • Humility: Not trying to be superior to others. • Ethical: A personal sense of right and wrong. • Openness: Being able to see things in new ways. • Creative: Easy identification of new ideas. Such people are not saints and have their own imperfections, such as: • Strong feelings of guilt about what they should or should not do, or what they had done. • Being excessively kind even to people who may not deserve it. • Being cold and ruthless when they felt something needed doing. While many of us seek self-actualization, there are people for who the lower needs are less important and who live their lives in the self-actualizing state. Transformation is the person exploring themselves and becoming what they are capable of becoming. “At the center of your being you have the answer; you know who you are and you know what you want.” Lao Tsu – 6th Century BCE If there is something greater than ourselves, could it be universal spiritual truths? Could this be called Wisdom or Spiritual Truths? Is this universal and beyond time?

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  • Self Actualization: Wherever you are, be there
    A self-actualizer is a person who is living creatively and fully using his or her potentials. What a man can do, he must do. It refers to the desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. In summary, self-actualizers feel finally themselves, safe, not anxious, accepted, loved, loving, and alive, certainly living a fulfilling life. Instead of focusing on what goes wrong with people. Human motivation is based on people seeking fulfillment and change through personal growth. Self-actualized people are those who are fulfilled and doing all they are capable of. It refers to the person’s desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. "The specific form that these needs will take will of course vary greatly from person to person. Self-actualization can be reached by any particular individual. No matter who you are, you can achieve self-actualization. These will be the description of your life: • Reality-centered: Differentiating between fake and real, dishonesty and truth. • Means focused: Not seeking just the end but enjoying the journey. • Problem-centered: Focusing on solving problems not bemoaning one's troubles. • Self-sufficient: Not needing the company of others. • Deep relationships: Connections with others deep and meaningful. • Autonomy: Not being driven by the deeper needs. • Socially aloof: Not being driven by social pressures. • Open humor: Able to laugh at themselves and life in general. • Acceptance: Accepting self and others without judgement. • Simplicity: Being themselves, without pretense. • Spontaneity: Reacting as themselves without pause to worry. • Respect: Accepting others as they are. • Humility: Not trying to be superior to others. • Ethical: A personal sense of right and wrong. • Openness: Being able to see things in new ways. • Creative: Easy identification of new ideas. Such people are not saints and have their own imperfections, such as: • Strong feelings of guilt about what they should or should not do, or what they had done. • Being excessively kind even to people who may not deserve it. • Being cold and ruthless when they felt something needed doing. While many of us seek self-actualization, there are people for who the lower needs are less important and who live their lives in the self-actualizing state. Transformation is the person exploring themselves and becoming what they are capable of becoming. “At the center of your being you have the answer; you know who you are and you know what you want.” Lao Tsu – 6th Century BCE If there is something greater than ourselves, could it be universal spiritual truths? Could this be called Wisdom or Spiritual Truths? Is this universal and beyond time?

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  • Self Actualization: Wherever you are, be there
    A self-actualizer is a person who is living creatively and fully using his or her potentials. What a man can do, he must do. It refers to the desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. In summary, self-actualizers feel finally themselves, safe, not anxious, accepted, loved, loving, and alive, certainly living a fulfilling life. Instead of focusing on what goes wrong with people. Human motivation is based on people seeking fulfillment and change through personal growth. Self-actualized people are those who are fulfilled and doing all they are capable of. It refers to the person’s desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. "The specific form that these needs will take will of course vary greatly from person to person. Self-actualization can be reached by any particular individual. No matter who you are, you can achieve self-actualization. These will be the description of your life: • Reality-centered: Differentiating between fake and real, dishonesty and truth. • Means focused: Not seeking just the end but enjoying the journey. • Problem-centered: Focusing on solving problems not bemoaning one's troubles. • Self-sufficient: Not needing the company of others. • Deep relationships: Connections with others deep and meaningful. • Autonomy: Not being driven by the deeper needs. • Socially aloof: Not being driven by social pressures. • Open humor: Able to laugh at themselves and life in general. • Acceptance: Accepting self and others without judgement. • Simplicity: Being themselves, without pretense. • Spontaneity: Reacting as themselves without pause to worry. • Respect: Accepting others as they are. • Humility: Not trying to be superior to others. • Ethical: A personal sense of right and wrong. • Openness: Being able to see things in new ways. • Creative: Easy identification of new ideas. Such people are not saints and have their own imperfections, such as: • Strong feelings of guilt about what they should or should not do, or what they had done. • Being excessively kind even to people who may not deserve it. • Being cold and ruthless when they felt something needed doing. While many of us seek self-actualization, there are people for who the lower needs are less important and who live their lives in the self-actualizing state. Transformation is the person exploring themselves and becoming what they are capable of becoming. “At the center of your being you have the answer; you know who you are and you know what you want.” Lao Tsu – 6th Century BCE If there is something greater than ourselves, could it be universal spiritual truths? Could this be called Wisdom or Spiritual Truths? Is this universal and beyond time?

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  • Self Actualization: Wherever you are, be there
    A self-actualizer is a person who is living creatively and fully using his or her potentials. What a man can do, he must do. It refers to the desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. In summary, self-actualizers feel finally themselves, safe, not anxious, accepted, loved, loving, and alive, certainly living a fulfilling life. Instead of focusing on what goes wrong with people. Human motivation is based on people seeking fulfillment and change through personal growth. Self-actualized people are those who are fulfilled and doing all they are capable of. It refers to the person’s desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. "The specific form that these needs will take will of course vary greatly from person to person. Self-actualization can be reached by any particular individual. No matter who you are, you can achieve self-actualization. These will be the description of your life: • Reality-centered: Differentiating between fake and real, dishonesty and truth. • Means focused: Not seeking just the end but enjoying the journey. • Problem-centered: Focusing on solving problems not bemoaning one's troubles. • Self-sufficient: Not needing the company of others. • Deep relationships: Connections with others deep and meaningful. • Autonomy: Not being driven by the deeper needs. • Socially aloof: Not being driven by social pressures. • Open humor: Able to laugh at themselves and life in general. • Acceptance: Accepting self and others without judgement. • Simplicity: Being themselves, without pretense. • Spontaneity: Reacting as themselves without pause to worry. • Respect: Accepting others as they are. • Humility: Not trying to be superior to others. • Ethical: A personal sense of right and wrong. • Openness: Being able to see things in new ways. • Creative: Easy identification of new ideas. Such people are not saints and have their own imperfections, such as: • Strong feelings of guilt about what they should or should not do, or what they had done. • Being excessively kind even to people who may not deserve it. • Being cold and ruthless when they felt something needed doing. While many of us seek self-actualization, there are people for who the lower needs are less important and who live their lives in the self-actualizing state. Transformation is the person exploring themselves and becoming what they are capable of becoming. “At the center of your being you have the answer; you know who you are and you know what you want.” Lao Tsu – 6th Century BCE If there is something greater than ourselves, could it be universal spiritual truths? Could this be called Wisdom or Spiritual Truths? Is this universal and beyond time?

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  • Self Actualization: Wherever you are, be there
    A self-actualizer is a person who is living creatively and fully using his or her potentials. What a man can do, he must do. It refers to the desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. In summary, self-actualizers feel finally themselves, safe, not anxious, accepted, loved, loving, and alive, certainly living a fulfilling life. Instead of focusing on what goes wrong with people. Human motivation is based on people seeking fulfillment and change through personal growth. Self-actualized people are those who are fulfilled and doing all they are capable of. It refers to the person’s desire for self-fulfillment, namely, to the tendency to become actualized in what he is potentially. "The specific form that these needs will take will of course vary greatly from person to person. Self-actualization can be reached by any particular individual. No matter who you are, you can achieve self-actualization. These will be the description of your life: • Reality-centered: Differentiating between fake and real, dishonesty and truth. • Means focused: Not seeking just the end but enjoying the journey. • Problem-centered: Focusing on solving problems not bemoaning one's troubles. • Self-sufficient: Not needing the company of others. • Deep relationships: Connections with others deep and meaningful. • Autonomy: Not being driven by the deeper needs. • Socially aloof: Not being driven by social pressures. • Open humor: Able to laugh at themselves and life in general. • Acceptance: Accepting self and others without judgement. • Simplicity: Being themselves, without pretense. • Spontaneity: Reacting as themselves without pause to worry. • Respect: Accepting others as they are. • Humility: Not trying to be superior to others. • Ethical: A personal sense of right and wrong. • Openness: Being able to see things in new ways. • Creative: Easy identification of new ideas. Such people are not saints and have their own imperfections, such as: • Strong feelings of guilt about what they should or should not do, or what they had done. • Being excessively kind even to people who may not deserve it. • Being cold and ruthless when they felt something needed doing. While many of us seek self-actualization, there are people for who the lower needs are less important and who live their lives in the self-actualizing state. Transformation is the person exploring themselves and becoming what they are capable of becoming. “At the center of your being you have the answer; you know who you are and you know what you want.” Lao Tsu – 6th Century BCE If there is something greater than ourselves, could it be universal spiritual truths? Could this be called Wisdom or Spiritual Truths? Is this universal and beyond time?

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