This book presents a comprehensive view of human life, guided by social representations that involve the psy-collective as socio-historically situated knowledge, politico-culturally sophisticated hermeneutics, and articulate dialogical practice. Chapters explore the concept of psychological knowledge, empowered by self-realization, which helps to construct and transform the potential for our global society, with a uniquely dynamic style of thinking. The book fosters further reflective discussion on how transformative praxis might be envisaged in rigorous research and social practice, to encourage and embrace a critically reflective and inclusive worldview to imagine a more humane future.