Psychological Healing in Reconciliation
Human beings are fascinatingly gifted with freedom and will power. Responsible freedom is a fundamental faculty, necessary for the emancipation of humanity in its holistic character. Man is endowed with multidimensional personality, rationality and bundle of paradoxes. Down through the history, there has been a steady growth of freedom and responsibility and psychological enhancement. By and by, the abuse of freedom and mistaken-values has brought-in degradation in humanistic aspects and discord in interpersonal-relationships thereby psychological dissipation. In this perspective confronting the conflict through reconciliation is a dire need for psychological wellbeing. In the olden days the concept of “reconciliation” was primarily used in religious context, but in the present time it is extensively used also in psychological and sociological and political contexts as well. e.g., Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa 1994).