Difference Between; Real Self and Ideal Self Mr. Vijay Sansare Assistant Professor
Introduction � The real self and the ideal self are terms used to describe personality domains in the psychology. � The degree to which the two selves are congruent एकरप , is equal to the degree of peace of mind. � Carl Rogers believed that for a person to achieve self-actualization they must be in a state of congruence.
Introduction � Carl Rogers believed that for a person to achieve self-actualization they must be in a state of congruence. � This means that self-actualization occurs when a person's “ideal self” (i. e. who they would like to be) is congruent with their actual behavior (self-image).
Meaning � The real self is who I am. � Who we actually are � How we think, feel, look and act Real Self � The ideal self is who I want to be. � How we want to be � An idealized image that we have developed over time, based on what we have learned and experienced Ideal Self
Meaning � It is our self image It is true self � It is actual self � � Have you ever wondered who you really are, deep down inside? Real Self � What are parents have taught us � What we admire in others � What are society's promotes � What we think is in our best interest Ideal Self
Meaning � Real self is what you really are from inside whereas � The real self of course is what we are intrinsically Real Self � Ideal self is where you see yourself, what you want to become � Moulding you, shaping you, and potentially slotting you into a definition of you that is not your own Ideal Self
Examples showed her true/real self in that emergency � She Real Self � My ideal self image includes honesty � My ideal self image includes a strong work ethic Ideal Self
Exercise 1: Real Self --------------Ideal Self � � Mark an X on the line below where you think your Real Self is right now. Then mark an X on the line where you think your Ideal Self is. Real Self Ideal Self
Exercise 1: Real Self --------------Ideal Self � � � There is probably a gap between your two crosses. The larger the gap, the worse you are going to feel about yourself. But don’t panic… there are things that can help you close this gap. Real Self Ideal Self
Exercise 2: Part – I � Describe how your feel about your appearance in as much detail as you can. � Describe what you can do to make the most of your appearance as it is now, include things you already do Real Self � Describe your ideal appearance in as much detail as possible Part – II � How would you adjust your ideal self to make it more realistic for you to achieve? Ideal Self
References � Manuela Heberle � Carl Roger � https: //listentomethunder. wordpress. com/20 12/03/31/the-real-vs-the-ideal-self/ � https: //cdn. shopify. com/s/files/1/0377/603 3/files/LYL_5_Worksheet. pdf � https: //case. edu/provost/ideal/doc/Boyatzis _2006_idealself. pdf