The human being has a structure that includes the transcendent dimension

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Human beings have structured needs: needs for survival, security, recognition, and after these are met, transcendent experiences emerge. This was highlighted by psychologist Abraham Maslow's pyramid of needs. It's as if the human being was built to go towards the divine and spirituality - and not to go anywhere according to his disordered desires.



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