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self-realization

(sĕlf′rē′ə-lĭ-zā′shən)
n.
The development or fulfillment of one's potential.
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Students with higher Self-realisation scores had significantly better coping skills like Seeking instrumental support at the time of a crisis (Chi-Square=5.
In our study, higher self-realisation helped individuals to have adaptive coping strategies like seeking instrumental help and to reduce maladaptive scores like behaviour disengagement.
Managers across organizations (private and public) strongly endorsed self-realisation (one of the variables of culture), as one of the most significant predictors of managerial effectiveness.
Self-realisation can be used to manage the motivation of employees.
Self-realisation and Status-enhancement were the most valued factors in India.
The Siddhas in the Yoga Vasistha is said to have helped King Janaka of Videha in self-realisation.
Career management, rewards, recruitment and selection are selection are strong predictors of self-realisation in private sector.
Rewards and Planning are strong predictors of self-realisation in public sector.
Pity is the emotion he most arouses in others and his collapse into self-realisation is most moving.
Los Angeles-born Olivia, who was married to Harrison for 23 years, said Harrison, a follower of the Hindu Hare Krishna faith, had spent years trying to achieve self-realisation and peace with God.
A blissful song of self-realisation, Hunter should easily be a Top 10 smash.
Perfection is understanding that every action, every thought, every breath would be geared towards a specific purpose and direction - that of total positive self-realisation.