Human. . .

Despite what the media may depict, people are innately good. That sounds quite nice, doesn’t it? Let’s repeat that again. Humans are innately good.

Driving forces, such as morality, ethical values, and good intentions, influence behavior, while deviations from natural tendencies may result from adverse social or psychological experiences, according to the premise of humanistic perspectives.

What does it mean to flourish as a human being? Why is it important to achieve self-actualization? And what is the mental state of the world right now? Our mindsets and the ways they influence what we see and feel have the power to provide us with self-actualization, dignity, and worth.

I have often thought that The Buddha was ahead of his time and more like a phycologist of sorts. Well here in this era we actually have a term for this – Humanistic psychology. It is a holistic approach in psychology that focuses on the whole person. Humanists believe that a person is “in the process of becoming,” which places the conscious human experience as the nucleus of psychological establishment. Sound familiar?

Early founders and instructors of humanistic psychology prioritized consciousness are awakening to to human mind and its many voices and conditions. In concentrating on these aspects, the focus is placed on the moment, self-improvement, and positive change. Humanistic psychology rightfully provides individuals with self-actualization, dignity, and worth.

Humanistic psychology is a total package because it encompasses life as we each experience and perceive it. How our days unfold with each thought we are engaged with be them our own or someone else’s. Humanistic psychology is a perspective that emphasizes looking at the whole individual and stresses concepts such as free will, self-efficacy, and self-actualization. Rather than concentrating on dysfunction, humanistic psychology strives to help people fulfill their potential and maximize their well-being.

So, love humans, for there is no greater virtue, no greater religion, than the love of humanity. Human you are, and your religion regardless of beliefs is based on, humanism. We each will be the hope to others – humanity will be the help it seeks. The answer has always been us and the sooner we awaken to that true and those ties the sooner the dream ends and reality resides.

Peace and Love, Jim

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