According to Maslow, the self-realisation is the ultimate happiness of the Man. Man is created according to the God's image. Does God have self-realisation activities? Especially I am interested in Roman Catholic teaching.
Man's ultimate happiness is found in God.
I don't know what Maslow means by "self-realization", but man's ultimate happiness is not found in man but in God:
St. Thomas Aquinas wrote 32 questions on happiness (felicitas) in his Treatise on Man's Last End (Summa Theologica I-II qq. 1-5) or purpose, which he says is twofold:
- to attain happiness, which is "the acquisition of the last end" or purpose (ibid. q. 1 a. 8)
- happiness itself, which is the last end.
cf. also his commentary on Aristotle's Ethics bk. 1, which is on happiness
Does God have self-realisation activities?
This reminds me of what St. Augustine wrote about the processions of the Persons of the Trinity in his On the Trinity book 10, "Chapter 12.— The Mind is an Image of the Trinity in Its Own Memory, and Understanding, and Will."