Personhood practice in Theohumanity that results in the enlightenment of the human emotional body offers a criteria of psychoemotional health that no traditional or modern psychotherapeutic paradigm or methodology can meet because of the severe limits of the overall paradigms governing their premises and processes. These limits relate to an almost complete ignorance of both the actual architecture of the human emotional body and how the self who actually undergoes therapeutic process must be exposed as an unnatural strategic version of our being who must be wholly deconstructed, and not just taught new ways of coping and new more effective skill sets in order to deal productively with life.
As such, Personhood practice in the form of EBE (Emotional Body Enlightenment) offers a new definition of what actually causes wounding in childhood, an entirely new understanding of the structure of the human emotional body in the form of distinct subpersonas linked to a universal sequence of how the shadow forms and is held not offered by other subself -based models, and confronts any and all elements of a human life that impart what we have come to call happiness as medicative fuel that runs the strategic self.
Enlightenment of the emotional body is just as rigorous as enlightenment as defined in Buddhism, and is only for the very small percentage of people who wish to do more than merely self-actualize by attaining very limited benchmarks of human potential, and instead wish to self-essentialize their being. The self-essentialization that occurs for the few who actually utilize the full range of practice in EBE makes one unrecognizable to oneself, in the sense that virtually all of what we call happiness in human life is gradually recognized as mere crumbs by an atrophied human emotional body that experiences the crumbs as a feast, including the bliss and serenity that occurs in Buddhistic-type enlightenment.
This happens because we have never had a means before now to actually heal the unmet dependent needs of childhood that are projected out as adult codependencies in all the domains of human life, especially our religious and spiritual paradigms. Psychology has simply not been able to do so due to the severe limits of the mental body-based paradigms that govern it and thus cause it to only offer symptomatic treatment of emotional body congestion through behavioristic, pharmacological, attitudinal, or philosophical means. Personhood dharma has three main movements as our unconscious defenses are molted, a movement that first deals with emotive-based ownership of one’s personal selfhood; the second with an emotive-based acceptance of one’s personal selfhood; and the third with an emotive-based love of one’s personal selfhood.
Theohumanity offers that all of our religious and spiritual paradigms, traditional and modern, east and west, were all created by the unconscious strategic self of their founders and as such attempt to receive from Spirit, God, or enlightenment, amelioration of the unconscious pain of unmet dependent needs from childhood. In that way, only someone who has actually healed the unconscious ground of unmet dependent needs from childhood prior to the exploration of any and all spiritual paths is qualified for healthy relationship with greater spiritual realities. Without that prior attainment, what is then experienced in all spiritual paths will be by default filtered and distorted through the presence of the unconscious defenses of the unconscious strategic self of the seeker and remain as a drug to treat unhealed emotional body congestion to great degree.
EBE will prove to anyone courageous enough to attempt it that three-quarters of one’s suffering is unconscious, no matter how much therapy one has ever done or how highly spiritually attained or enlightened one has become. Unless someone can claim a perfect childhood wherein all emotional body dependent needs were met, not just physical and mental body dependent needs, which would require parents who were emotional body enlightened before having children, all human beings carry unconscious emotional congestion that filters and skews every aspect of human life. While this remains, experience of human life will never be fully attuned to the magic and wonder of what it means to possess an ego once it is healed of its strategic versions of expression.