Apposite to the medical model where people are healthy or sick, in psychology there are three types of people: sick, normal, and healthy. The ordinary person adapts to the values and moral system of his society. If the culture of the country is sick, ordinary people are sick, but they are not considered sick in society. A healthy person is happy because he has physical and mental health, and he follows the path of perfection for himself and others. Healthy people are similar around the world. Pathological personalities are similar in different communities. What distinguish people from different societies are the rules of those societies that make up 70 to 80 percent of each society.
His philosophy and worldview takes into account realistic and scientific dimensions and relies on ethics. He accepts human holiness and considers himself and others respectable, paves the way for the growth and perfection of him and others, and his belief system is within this philosophy and worldview.
He is ideal; his beliefs contain no element of contradiction. He is always ready for any criticism and open to discussion, ready to review his thoughts and beliefs, because he believes that any belief must develop over time. His life is based on thought, science and reality. He is aware of the latest science of his time and is not an ideologist.
He pays attention to reality, does not try to describe the world’s imagination, uses all his strength to understand reality, if he does not like it and does not know it correctly and does not accept it, he tries to find a real way to solve it. While the normal and sick person sees reality as he wants, feels and likes it, he does not try to understand it.
He has a great tendency and endeavor to find and understand the truth. There are three common definitions of truth. Definition 1; he puts reality in front of the truth. Reality means what exists and truth means what must become. (War in the world is reality and peace is truth). The second definition; It is the adaptation of knowledge and understanding, understanding with external reality (if someone says the room temperature is 25 degrees and the thermometer is 25, then the person’s sentence is true). This definition is used in the world of science. The third definition of truth is a phrase that can never be contradicted, for example (if someone is in a certain place, he cannot be in another place at the same time). A healthy person tries to find and understand the truth in these three definitions.
He provides attention and value to science. The concept of knowledge has two aspects; one is a general concept that puts any knowledge against ignorance. The other meaning of “knowledge” means a systematic set of consciousness and knowledge, which informs us of the material world, is measured and acquired through observation, experience and experimentation, clearly opening the way that others can truly Watch it and get the same results.
Conscious and familiar with the principles of philosophy, philosophy is questioning, doubting, exploring and consciousness, meanwhile it produces thoughts and beliefs that are based on logic. Philosophical questions are human-based questions which science cannot answer (because of the definition of science and the subject matter) or science cannot currently answer.
He pays attention to art. Art is the melody of human freedom in the world of emotions. Art means understanding the truth of things, with an emphasis on quality rather than quantity.
He has wisdom and applies it in all areas of life; human goes through stages over time. For example, human intelligence changes and grows with age, although it has a constant rate (i.e., if the IQ is 100 degrees at the age of five, at the age of 15, 25, 45… the same thing. It’s like a five-year-Old’s body that’s different from a four-year-Old’s. But in rational mind & thinking, three points are important:-
First, the mind does not form and develop by itself.
Second, intellectual developmental delay can be compensated for at any age.
Third, not using mind is like not having it.
Having a goal, purpose and meaning in life, knows exactly where he is now and where he is going, defines the goal and explains the way to achieve it. Yet, above and beyond the goal, he has purpose and meaning. Goals are divided into three types: short-term (two days to two months), medium-term (two months to two years) and long-term (two years to five years). Knowledge acquisition, career, physical and mental health, social relationships, pleasure and happiness are among the most important things in life to aim for.