Self-Knowledge and Spiritual Yearning
The relationship between personality development, psychospiritual well-being, and God-consciousness has always been of deep value to the faithful among humanity. Despite pervasive assaults of materialism, secularism, and atheism, the inherent human yearning for spiritual realization has not abated. The idea that spirituality has no place in personality development is baseless.
There is ample experiential and scientific evidence that human beings are hardwired for a spiritual quest… As a psychospiritual creature, a human being is more than his or her physical carriage that consists of a body, brain, senses, and appetites.
The destiny that personality naturally tends toward is to know what its origin is. We are spiritual salmon making our way upstream in the waters of physical life. Unlike real salmon, many human beings forget the purpose of the human journey. Regardless of doctrinal identification, anyone who transcends the veils of satisfaction with less than truth realizes that human beings have a lofty spiritual nature.