The goal of human development is to create a healthy and fully functioning physical unit capable of permanent Connection.
Human Development > Active Need Fulfillment, Attachments, Bodily Ego, Defence Mechanisms, Deficit Mode, Disconnection, Externally Directed ARMs, Growth Mode, Healthy Socialization, Internally Directed Arms, Realistic Empowerment, Seven Essential Needs, Toxic Socialization
Stages of Development
Stage One: There are two broad stages of development that the human Physical Unit goes through. Stage One, known as the Growth Stage occurs from birth to about age forty. It is characterized by focused drive oriented towards satisfaction of Needs. During this period extra energy is available to the physical unit so that it may accomplish its Developmental Tasks.
Stage Two: Stage Two of the human development process is known as the Maintenance Stage. Stage two occurs from birth to death. At this stage available energy drops to maintenance levels as the physical unit, having successfully met all its Needs, moves into full creative power. Maintenance Stage is a highly variable stage of growth that is extremely dependent on the quality of needs satisfaction during Stage One. Needs unmet at the onset of Stage Two will lead to "crises" points, regressions, developmental failures, senescence, and Death.
A fully developed physical unit has the following measurable characteristics. A fully developed physical unit:
* displays emotional, psychological, spiritual, and physical health. * is creative, productive, driven by passion, and oriented towards manifestation of Divine Will. * is highly intelligent, though not always in the traditional sense that traditional [IQ] measures. * has high Consciousness Quotient [CQ] * has an uncorrupted and unblocked Energy System