Our Human Potential's Mission is to support the Actualization of Individuals, Professions and Businesses through Generosity. The founder, Tak-Seng Lodro, has created this site for the purpose of promoting his work and services and that of those who collaborate with him. Tak-Seng is driven to use his talents to help others and wishes to provide these at a lower cost. OHP is about bringing people together who are doing what they love and who wish to be of service. This helps create and sustain a greater sense of community and accomplishment for all of us.
The contributors to this site have chosen to come together for a variety of reasons. Some may collaborate in service areas, share interests and are generally fond of writing or blogging (web pages coming soon!). Others may have similar or compatible professions and are now partnering their services. The organic nature of this site allows for growth, flexibility and enhancement and it also encourages any and all (meaning you!) to participate!
Fundamentally, those on this site share the vision that our shared humanness and unity through acceptance is much more important than creating divisions. Differences will always exist between us, there’s no denying this, but members of OHP have come to realize that our labels and the words used to describe us as individuals cannot encapsulate the totality of our humanness. We are ever growing, changing and enhancing ourselves. We strive to Actualize Our Human Potential in our own unique way and this site symbolizes the importance of this by providing numerous resources, services and forums.
Fundamentally, those at OHP Emphasize Our Common Bonds, Celebrate, Share and Learn about Our Differences, and are United By Our Desire to Enhance Ourselves and Support Others, (like YOU) Who are Doing the Same!
P.S. As you'll notice, this site is being reconstructed and we appreciate your patience as we work to complete it.
PAGES COMING SOON...
- Self-Help Resources
- Yoga & Meditation Resources
- Resources for Therapists
- Systems Theory & Therapies
- Buddhism & Buddhist Psychology
- Client-Centered Theory & Therapy
- Acceptance & Commitment
- OHP Blog Central