In most forms of therapy or psychology, the purpose is to heal a “self”—heal unfinished business, re-form or create a more solid ego state, or put you in a position where you can be more, do more, have more, create more. The goal is to have more of what you want in your life “as if” that will make you happy. In quantum psychology, the purpose is to find out who you are.
Consciousness gives us the illusion that there are millions of different substances in the universe. But all substances, no matter how they appear to be separate, are actually made of the same one substance, appearing in different shapes or forms. The illusion is that they are different. That one substance condenses, forming consciousness, which contains the illusions of “I am here; you are there” and the perception of many different substances, which appear like a mirage. Once the illusion of “I am” is formed, the consciousness actually becomes like a series of veils that hide the fact that everything is made of that one substance.
Rather than searching to change or fix an ego that is broken, quantum psychology lets us look beyond those veils to realize that we are all made of that one substance, and this is your true nature.