Question from the Internet:
“Do you think an individual can be complete without one of the five factors of holistic development? Why?”
I am not sure what you mean by “holistic development”, and I do not know the five factors you mentioned.
According to unique, empirical natural scientists — who have been studying human nature in contrast to Nature’s perfectly organized, finely balanced and mutually integrated system — “holistic Human development” means to become similar to Nature’s system through “Nature-like” mutual integration between us.
We become “whole” when we mutually complement each other and create a perfectly complete, living human music where each and every individual finds one’s most optimal, selfless, mutually responsible, and mutually complementing role and function while justly and proportionately receiving everything one needs and deserves for maintaining that crucially important mutual contribution.
This has nothing to do with any of our arbitrary and illusory ideologies, philosophies or “spiritual methods”. Human beings becoming “whole” through such Nature-like mutual integration is dictated by Nature’s strict, unchanging and unforgiving laws that govern the general balance and homeostasis that life depends on.
By achieving such seamless integration into Nature through integrating with each other — above and against our inherently egocentric, subjective and individualistic nature — we also reach our very special, very high and unparalleled evolutionary Human purpose in Nature.
Since we acquire our integration consciously and proactively and we develop a sharp contrast between the original egocentric and subjective perception of reality and the selfless, composite and objective perception we gain through our mutual integration, we become Nature’s only conscious, integrated and at the same time independent observers and equal partners.