Abraham Maslow developed the Hierarchy of Needs model in 1940-50s USA, and the Hierarchy of Needs theory remains valid today for understanding human motivation, […]
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by Carl Jung: From a series of reactions, it has become clear to me that educated readers take exception to the psychological discussion of Christian symbols, […]
by Peter Meisen: 1997 (Introduction: I found many of Buckminster Fuller’s writings to be pivotal in my education . So I decided to piece together those words that have had an tremendous impact on my life […]
by Carl Rogers: As part of my studies for my master’s degree in counseling, I recently read Carl Rogers’ Becoming Partners: Marriage and Its Alternatives. […]
Dr. Margaret Mead: Are today’s young parents equal to their job? […]
by Dr. Norman Williams, Col. K.K. Nair and Barry Oborne: Most people have heard of Mother Teresa but few understand that she was an enlightened soul acting out God’s role for her in this world. […]
by Carl Jung: I will try to explain the term “individuation” as simply as possible. By it I mean the psychological process that makes of a human being an “individual”-a unique, indivisible unit or “whole man.” […]
by Abraham Maslow: In a previous paper (13) various propositions were presented which would have to be included in any theory of human motivation that could lay claim to being definitive. […]
by Alan Watts: The experiences resulting from the use of psychedelic drugs are often described in religious terms. They are therefore of interest to those like myself who, in the tradition of William James, are concerned with the psychology of religion. […]
Daya Mata is a devotee of God and a monastic, whose life is wholly given to serving God and humanity through her Guru’s teachings. […]