Maslow’s pyramid is divided into five levels of needs:
Maslow noted that his hierarchy is a general description. Levels are not fixed, and each need does not have to be fulfilled 100% to move to higher levels.
So, how do we become happy? Maslow called the lower four levels “deficiency needs”: if we don’t have them met, it influences our psychological health and obstructs our tendency for growth, autonomy, identity, and excellence.
Fulfill your needs at all levels, and become a truly happy person!In later work, Maslow added a sixth level to the hierarchy: meta-needs or intrinsic values. Maslow studied what keeps self-actualising people motivated. He found that these people seek things like truth, goodness, beauty, excellence, and so on. Instead of being interests that involve self-interest, these values transcend the individual. By including these types of needs, Maslow answered criticism about the absence of desires to know, desires for beauty, and desires for truth, that at this sixth level can be incorporated in the pyramid.
Arlo is a filmmaker, artist, lecturer, and intermittent practitioner of metta meditation and morning yoga. When not dreaming about impossible projects and making them happen in the most impractical ways possible, he journals, listens to jazz, or cuddles with his better half.
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