Carl Jung is represented as having believed that we should render the unconscious conscious. This should be done to free ourselves of the former’s power in defining our beliefs and habits.
One of Abraham Maslow’s 13 self-actualizing characteristics is the superior perception of reality. Do we not achieve the latter by learning about and knowing the contents of our unconscious?
One of Maslow’s characteristics of self-actualizers is the continued freshness of appreciation.
How does this lead one to Eupsychia–Maslow’s idea of the psychologically healthy culture/society?
The more we appreciate life, the more we may start to notice the ways it nourishes our soul!
The maximally healthy collective consists of spirited individuals taking great care of their souls…
A central commonality between culture and subjectivity is that each owes a considerable extent of its definition to the existence of mere differences between preference or taste—however arbitrary or meaningful these may turn out to be.