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Technique of Integration of the mind.

developed by Jorge Raul Olguín

Psychointegration is a new science

that improves Dianetics and Scientology


The word trans means "trascend", as much in space as in time.

Transpersonal focus to the person after having acted, because the study is based on experience.

The term "transpersonal" was accepted to refer to people that extend their identity beyond individuality and personality.

Transpersonal research about the Being's essential nature.

What does being transpersonal mean?

To transcend beyond on one person. And only one can transcends integrating one’s ego. This is achieved with Psychointegration.

Teacher and student are represented with the diagram of Yin and Yang, where the truth has a dose of error and error has a dose of truth.

Truth is Wisdom, Error is ignorance. What is the error in the truth? To try toimpose Knowledge. What is the truth in the error? To resist that imposition, because the Teacher imposes through ego and when he realizes the resistance of the other, he learns in that way that he is not in the right path.

Giving to make us loved is depending on our ego.

Giving in order to feel ourselves well is part ego and spirit.

Giving without involving the emotion, is action of the spirit.

Giving involving the emotion is to balance our inner self, integrating ego and spirit.


They tell you something that you don't like, a word that doesn't sound good to you. There is something inside of you that fights against it. There is also another “self”, maybe deeper who gets angry with the first “self” because this one agitated the state of harmony. But "the second self", wanting to correct to the first self, is also out of his inner peace.

Obviously, that first “self” is invaded by ego and he is in a learning stage. But the other “self”, somewhat wiser, also loses control because of the emotional impulse of the first self. It happens that that self, teacher of the first self, is also in a learning stage. That is to say he is a student of other self more internal.

To conquer ego doesn't mean to take sides with that third self and leave aside the other selves, waiting that these two disintegrate. Why? Because to take sides is, somehow, to split something. And trying to disintegrate the affected "selves" is to be discriminatory with ourselves.

If we take sides of a certain posture, automatically we leave out the other selves. If we are try to integrate all the tendencies. We will achieve balance.

The right thing to do would not taking sides of any internal posture, even if it is elevated, because that would take to us to a disintegration of our unconscious state, provoking confrontations among the several "selves" and provoking, unintentionally, a changing and insecure personality. When we don’t take a certain posture, there is no disintegration of the "selves", because "nothing splits" Then, you advance to the second step, which is looking for the integration of the several tendencies, unifying them in the highest.

Therefore the ego is not destroyed or relegated to a vegetative state, but rather one gives the role that corresponds deserves, which is boosting the self-esteem. From that place emerge a person sure with high self-worth, and being sure he/she can be tolerant. When he/she becomes a tolerant being, he/she learns how to not lose control for any verbal external aggression [1].

That posture of tolerance, without prominence, is the base of Psychointegration.


The original Psychology started form the classic antiquity and it explained the human being's activity through his rational soul.

In the second half of the XIX century, Psychology became independent from philosophy and all connection with metaphysics was eliminated. It was limited to the study of the behavior seen, deepening the analysis.

The purpose of Psychology is to try to solve the human being's internal conflicts and achieve his well-being.

Psychointegration goes one step beyond, because its purpose is to achieve that the human being finds himself and reaches balance, To realize that that the true well-being is empathizing with the other one, being able to channel his deeper emotions correctly.


The emotion, without balance can be pernicious. An introverted emotion provokes bitterness, hate, resentment and also traumas in the person that suffers it.

An extroverted emotion discharged all kind of aggressions toward the one who, we believe, is attacking us.

It wouldn’t be positive for us to remove all our emotions, because we would stop being part of our environment. Our ego would grow up in disproportionate way if it’s not channeled to any place.

On the other hand, a non contained emotion, would transform us in completely impulsive individuals.

It is necessary an analytic contention for uncontrolled emotions. It is also essential a sensibility of conscience for those people who believe that, controlling emotions, they are less vulnerable and they end up being insensitive to other people's suffering.

A balanced emotion is the base so that the person has control of his/her impulses and in this way; he /she can give and receive Love.


The human being has several facets or different "selves." he can be sad, melancholic or depressive. The important thing is that he doesn't identify that state with an entirety. For example: - "Today is a sad day, I’m totally depressed, I cannot stand my general condition, etc". Nobody is “totally depressed”, it is the EGO of that person that is identified with a role. Ego is sad, ego is melancholic, and ego is “depressed”

They are roles of the person, It’s not the complete person. That person can have projects, plans or ideas that maybe could change part of his/her psychic condition. And if the roles of ego "get used" to play the role of victim, it is necessary to keep in mind that a word of encouragement, a spiritual help or a pleasing company can also alleviate the depression and, little by little, transform it into euphoria.

You can avoid that ego identifies with a certain role and it is possible by "not indentify us"

Ironically, it is the same ego the one that prevents the human being to reach depersonalization, because it is permanently in "around" of the conscience field and it has the control of the individual.

An example very common would be people with such deteriorated self-esteem that they live needing attention of the others and their ego transforms those people in completely egocentric beings and manipulators. They live their lives like something natural to playing the roles of victims and transferring faults, and they don't realize the rejection they cause in the others, because their ego blinds their reasoning.


Psychointegration is such a simple path that it is obvious. It means to integrate all the roles, all the selves. The human beings have several selves; those selves make the person have changes in his/her behavior: being informal, with erratic personalities. Because each self wants to be the main character and it wants to stand out overshadowing to the other selves. But it doesn't realize that the other selves think in the same way.

There is a Central self that lacks of ego that has the whole reasoning and it is the one that channel that communicates with the Higher self, clarifying that the Higher self is the 90% of our spirit who is in the corresponding plane [2].

When the spirit is disincarnated the Central self and Higher self are the same thing.

In the spirits of the Error, that Higher self doesn't have his prominence roles integrated, therefore, although the Central self of the incarnated being communicates, the guide that he/she receives won't be valuable. On the contrary, it will exacerbate more the play character of the several selves.

The ego possesses many roles: one of the most pernicious is arrogance. One cannot have arrogance if one doesn't have ego. One cannot be susceptible, if one doesn’t have ego. That ballast makes the person be offended, burst out in anger, plunge in a sea of doubts, etc.

Integration of ego is a victory of the spirit. The person that doesn't play roles, doesn’t not prejudge either. He/She doesn't give place to the offense; It’s not about manipulating others. The human being that doesn't personify won't give place to self-centeredness.

[1] We don’t take tolerance as "Standing somebody whose presence is unpleasant", because we would be speaking of a “condescending ego”. In this case I translate tolerance as "accepting or admitting with ample criterion, ideas or opinions different from the ones we have"

[2] The spirit or soul is also called in some oriental philosophies “Higher self”. In Scientology is called Thetan, being this term more appropriate because it eradicates the false idea that the man has a soul: the man is that soul.

Psychointegration has proven that only 10% of that soul is embodied in the person and the other 90% stays in the respective Spiritual Plane or vibrational plane.

Through Spiritual telepathy (mediumship) - using a trained medium - one can make contact and dialogue with his/her thetan. When a person “dies” he/she returns to the spiritual plane in which his/her soul or Thetan is.

The thetan is immortal and is integrated with him. That soul, however, can ascend or descend of level in accordance with the behavior that that embodied had on Earth. There is no prize or punishment, only consequence.

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