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    Qualities of self-realized people

    horus
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    Post  horus Sat Mar 19, 2011 3:47 am

    Self-realization is a concept that has become widely popular in the Western and that has great influence from some Eastern religions. For instance, for the Hindu or Bharat religion self-realization refers to a profound spiritual awakening where there is an awakening from an illusory self identify image (Ego), to the true, divine, perfect condition that the individual is.

    According to Maslow, self realized people share the following qualities:

    * Truth: honest, reality, beauty, pure, clean and unadulterated completeness
    * Goodness: rightness, desirability, uprightness, benevolence, honesty
    * Beauty: rightness, form, aliveness, simplicity, richness, wholeness, perfection, completion,
    * Wholeness: unity, integration, tendency to oneness, interconnectedness, simplicity, organization, structure, order, not dissociated, synergy
    * Dichotomy-transcendence: acceptance, resolution, integration, polarities, opposites, contradictions
    * Aliveness: process, not-deadness, spontaneity, self-regulation, full-functioning
    * Unique: idiosyncrasy, individuality, non comparability, novelty
    * Perfection: nothing superfluous, nothing lacking, everything in its right place, just-rightness, suitability, justice
    * Necessity: inevitability: it must be just that way, not changed in any slightest way
    * Completion: ending, justice, fulfillment
    * Justice: fairness, suitability, disinterestedness, non partiality,
    * Order: lawfulness, rightness, perfectly arranged
    * Simplicity: nakedness, abstract, essential skeletal, bluntness
    * Richness: differentiation, complexity, intricacy, totality
    * Effortlessness: ease; lack of strain, striving, or difficulty
    * Playfulness: fun, joy, amusement
    * Self-sufficiency: autonomy, independence, self-determining.

    Happiness and self-realization
    The concept of self-realization states that it is the ultimate goal of a human being to attain permanent happiness and complete independence and freedom from all worldly bondage, and that true happiness is then the result of self-realization. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-realization

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