This is a story we like in Scientific American. This pull quote Jillian found encapsulates what being authentic actually means. We like it so much, we’re filing it under “One-Minute Meditation.”
Scott Barry Kaufman writes:
“Healthy authenticity is not about going around saying whatever is on your mind, or actualizing all of your potentialities, including your darkest impulses. Instead, healthy authenticity, of the sort that helps you become a whole person, involves accepting and taking responsibility for your whole self as a route to personal growth and meaningful relationships. Healthy authenticity is an ongoing process of discovery, involving self-awareness, self-honesty, integrity with your most consciously chosen values and highest goals, and a commitment to cultivating authentic relationships.”
Read the article here.
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