How to include a PERSONAL ACTUALIZATION PRACTICE in your Pathology Prevention plans.
Self-actualization refers to the idea that people have an inner drive to develop their full potential. The process of development is thus considered to be an important motive for goal-oriented behavior. The implication is not that every person must strive for an objective goal such as a career, but rather that all persons should develop according to their own potential—potential that might be directed toward creativity, spiritual enlightenment, pursuit of knowledge, or the desire to contribute to society.
The enablement of self-actualization becomes an important component to a holistic approach in pathology prevention, strengthening spiritual, mental, and physical health. The Health Guardian works on self-actualization efforts continuously. It must be maintained and continuously improved upon, much like freedom, self-reliance, increasing wellness, and pathology prevention.