Becoming a Human
What makes a person a human being? It’s his psychical-spiritual inner life, in a few words with the following aspects:
- Perceiving: e.g. also looking behind the façades and giving meaning
- Thinking: e.g. analyzing, interpreting, evaluating, judging, real conclusions
- Intelligence: e.g. dealing with all kind of components and understanding
- Feelings: e.g. all possible positive and negative states, each with a meaning
- Psychical needs: e.g. being accepted, autonomy, security, friendship, love
- Spiritual needs: e.g. values, meaning of life, spiritual longing and understanding
- The force of love: e.g. self-love, love for a partner, kids, others, nature, animals
- Dreams and visualization: e.g. the messages given by the inner Spirit
- Self-Identity: e.g. living talents & disposition, psychical-spiritual development
- The opposite gender pole: e.g. the extensive manifoldness of gender qualities
- The unconscious: e.g. the biography, conflicts, complexes, norms, creative source
- The psychical organism: e.g. the drive to become an all-sided balanced whole
- Sexual desire: intimately experiencing the varied messages of tenderness and actions
- Communication as a way of resolving life issues and living in peace and cooperation
All these psychical and spiritual aspects of the psyche (soul, inner life) have to be formed in an all-sided balanced way for success in life, for happiness, for genuine joy of life, for fulfillment, and for a constructive way of living.
Without these forming processes no Archetypal forming processes are possible! Without this forming process no salvation and no redemption is possible. Without these forming processes a human being stays in inner oppositions, inner disruption, in defense of the realities, and in a high level of unconsciousness.
If a human does not consciously form these aspects with aims, then he is and remains an archaic human; simply a human biomass with a congruent low value.
Ignoring the inner life not only destroys humanity and the earth, but it also makes a person dependant on authorities (Churches, institutions, personalities) for spiritual fulfillment and life in general.