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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?