Active Need Fulfillment

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Active Need Fulfillment is an adult stage of human development. An individual engaged in active need fulfillment is fully aware of their Seven Essential Needs and actively, consciously, and willfully involved in creating life conditions that fully satisfy those needs.

Syncretic Terms

Active Need Fulfillment > Self-Actualization, Self-Determination


Active need fulfillment is syncretic with the Self-Determination, as understood in Self Determination Theory.[1].

  1. Ryan, R. M., and E. L. Deci. “Self-Determination Theory and the Facilitation of Intrinsic Motivation, Social Development, and Well-Being.” American Psychologist, 2000. edsbl.