Emotional Warfare® Educational Platform
The Psychologist & Independent Practitioner Training Program
An individual’s True Self—his or her optimized potentiality that, if actualized, could contribute to the human network in a purposed, meaningful way—is not a fixed or an innate sense of identity derived from within but rather is revealed over time through direct investment in a two-phase process: first, gaining an awareness of behavioral patterns and their linguistic representations (e.g., interior and outward dialogue), and secondly, attaining explicit understanding of those patterns.
The behavioral architecture that supports the theoretical framework of Emotional Warfare and its Pattern(s) has not only shaped but come to define understandings of human nature and human psychology and has produced the language and the predicate that psychologists and philosophers use to communicate those understandings. This includes existing theories of agency and, consequently, modern conventions and convictions that surround the issues central to identity and the various psychological platforms centered on achieving overall states of well-being, whether on individual or collective levels. However, these convictions are not only conceptual a priori but remain conceptual once the individual gains self-awareness, provided he or she does not also gain an explicit understanding of the supporting structure that defines the theoretical framework to Emotional Warfare and the interplay of its Patterns. Of course, the language surrounding the identifiers of the self is continuously shifting as society's cognitive ability to theorize who people are has integrated with the way society conceptualizes who people want to be.
Considering One Divide’s Emotional Warfare Educational Platform and the Philosophy of One Divide’s principles themselves, the use of the word practice regarding their application is of special interest, in the context of classifying where this platform fits within the philosophical and psychological worlds. This is relevant for the person acting as the psychologist and for discussing the integration of this platform into counseling, therapeutic forums and psychoanalytic sessions.
When exploring One Divide’s theoretical and philosophical psychology, individuals will find that the theory of Emotional Warfare and its Building Blocks’ attributes will apply to all participants, and their universal nature produces an inevitable end result. The Philosophy of One Divide and theory of Emotional Warfare apply to everyone, even those assisting another or others through them. In this sense, the field of Emotional Warfare is a field of study in and of itself, and the Philosophy of One Divide is a discipline to be followed.