True Self Help
The Philosophy of One Divide provides an advanced method and behavior model and innovative True Intent Frame — a philosophical-psychology design that allows for the identification and dissection of the False Self, and the dissection and optimization of the True Self.
The theory of Emotional Warfare provides objective analytics and qualitative empirical analysis of the development of the False Self and True Self states of being, agency, and efficacy. The One Divide Method is part of a systematic psycho-educational platform developed to provide step-by-step processes for pattern recognition of Emotional Warfare and its interplay.
This comprehensive, universal and unified methodology is centered on reversing destructive cycles of Emotional Warfare with the intent of shifting the human person and society toward emotional peace and freedom while understanding the sociopolitical and emotional/physical resource needs of our modern world, a world more focused on emotional life than past societies tended to be. One Divide’s methodology synergizes our traditional philosophical and psychological understandings of human behavior with technological advancements and the theory of Emotional Warfare to build new cognitive and programming schematics, providing learning tools for healthy relationship-building — agreement modeling rather than disagreement modeling — centered on improving the collective human network and moving us toward true ONEness.
The Philosophy of One Divide provides an advanced method and behavior model and innovative True Intent Frame — a philosophical-psychology design that allows for the identification and dissection of the False Self, and the dissection and optimization of the True Self. The individual is given choice-based agency centered on moving away from False Self efficacy toward the cultivation of True Self efficacy, through an educational platform that is both universally applicable and individually interactive. Centered in One Divide’s behavioral model predicated on the theory of Emotional Warfare, it provides a cross-cultural, sociopolitical moral framework aimed at achieving an overall state of well-being, while simultaneously finding independent emotional freedom and security without relying on the terminology of self-help.
Statements about human behavior, general or broad, should only be accepted when they capture a phenomenon of behavior that not only can be described but can become observable to others. The main work of the Philosophy of One Divide exemplifies this, as the behavioral phenomena resulting from Emotional Warfare and its Patterns are not only defined but also made observable, for the purposes of True Self help — that is, helping the True Self.