Humanology vs. other Methods

I work with many different types of people who come to me seeking guidance in many different fields of life: some of them need a new perspective, others want to understand their reality and some even pursue changing their current situation. Their problems are different, and so are they. Why should I offer them all the same type of solution? One solution does NOT fit all. Humanology understand this. That’s why humanology approaches each human being from an integral, comprehensive and yet unique way. Each human being is uniquely singular and should be thus approached.

Coaching, mentoring, psychology, philosophy, teaching, guiding, counselling… are but a few of the tools and sources used by professional humanologists working with their clients. Not everybody needs the same tools. Clients sometimes need one type of tool, approach or method now, and something different later. A real humanologist can supply all that… and more.

It’s like learning a second language… not everybody learns the same way. We all have our innate learning strategies. If a teacher can only offer one teaching method, only some of his or her students will truly learn. All others will feel frustrated and even abandon their effort. A real teacher will master a variety of methods to help all kinds of students by offering them what they each TRULY need. Humanology is like that: it caters for each human being by contemplating its uniqueness and offering all kinds of solutions and approaches.

Humanology goes beyond other disciplines by deeply understanding our humanity and supplying each human being with a wide and varied toolbox of solutions and methodologies.

Humanology applies an all-encompassing model of the human being which helps us understand all human beings. Based on the four basic elements of a human being, the model acts as a framework within which all tools, strategies, methods and instruments can be applied and implemented. Understanding those four elements will give us the key to understanding all human beings. The four elements are: Personal Essence@, Beliefs, Worldview and Personal Sphere. Based on all my studies and experience, this framework is unique and profoundly exact. Discover it and understand its components to better understand yourself, others and your relationship with with world.

Humanology then works with the human being on those four elements. Together, the humanologist and the client explore different ways to help the human being reach whatever goals he or she has. Various techniques and methods are then made available to the client, such as (but not limited to):

  • Optimism Coaching®: to recover the energy, drive, motivation or optimism that life has taken away from the client.
  • Personal development coaching: to help the client find his or her personal resources and put them to better use.
  • Mentoring, consulting, teaching: to guide the client into learning and acquiring the resources that he or she needs but still lacks.
  • Neurolinguistic programming: to help the client handle past memories and approach the future with a new outlook.
  • Mindfulness: to help the client anchor him or herself in the here and the now.
  • Positive Psychology: to help the client look for a happier outlook on life and circumstances.
  • and many others…

Humanology is therefore a unique discipline that works with and for human beings by helping them understand themselves, others and the world around them and applies academic and scientific knowledge together with personal experience. Humanologists are helping many people around the world today and opening new avenues of study, research and human understanding. Humanology will soon become the discipline to study human beings.

Jessica J. Lockhart – humanology – www.jessicajlockhart.com

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