Our areas of interest in this work depend primarily on the specific individual traits and the particular personality’s structure, but generally speaking, it is advisable to cover these main elements of our personality:
- General aspects
You may find that some of these parts are actually sub-sets of other, more general ones. We could classify, for example, our desires, fears and guilt under the umbrella of ‘emotions’, or we might instead assume that emotions are only part of traumatic memories, and beliefs are habitual thoughts backed by emotions, etc. Each could be right or wrong, depending on your point of view, but for our purposes I’ve tried to specify the main elements of personality according to practical reasons. To my knowledge and experience, these are simply the parts that we need to deal with the most.
There are many approaches out there for dealing with these intimate elements. Most predominantly, psychological and spiritual teachings are trying to fight these sub-entities of our being. Unfortunately, these unwanted behaviors naturally resist our attempts to destroy them, so they often persist no matter how hard you fight.
Our approach, though, is a benevolent one, so to speak, which is in accordance with the 4th postulate of the Reintegration System. This means that we never fight the unwanted elements of ourselves, but we integrate them instead. To be more precise, we re-integrate them, meaning that their intrinsic objectives have always been beneficial to us and we have only to lead them to find their positive purpose in our life again. In the Reintegration system, even if I were to state that an element would be ‘removed’, such a process would actually involve bringing it to its highest state: the Void or the Source of all that exist, rather than any type of banishment.
More on the main aspects of personality and how to deal with all of them you can find in the Reintegration book "Deep Personal Transformation" (downloadable at Amazon.com for free).