A rational, spiritual journey is the active fulfillment of one's deepest psychological needs, including rational awareness, personal integration, and meaning in life.
Self-examination is a rational reflection on one's worldview, pursuits, and personal psychology.
Self-actualization: An episode...in which the powers of the person come together in a particularly efficient and intensely enjoyable way, and in which he is more integrated and less split, ...more perfectly actualizing his potentialities. -- Dr. Abraham Maslow
Self-esteem is the disposition to experience oneself as being competent to cope with the basic challenges of life and of being worthy of happiness. -- Nathaniel Branden
Eudaimonia refers to the objective flourishing of an individual by means of reason, virtue, and friendship.
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