This is a draft model for visualizing possible individual differences. In general, there should be something in it. At the level of detail, it is more speculative.
This is a model for assessing the "level" of spirituality in adult individuals. It is intended to be used for various types of spirituality, not just NA. It should be an aid to think with and make assessments from outside. One area of application may be to assess variations between individuals who are part of, and perhaps leave, spiritual sects or put under pressure to do so. With the help of ASI, it is possible to illustrate a number of variables: (1) basic personality organization level, (2) degree of "maturity level" on the spiritual engagement, and whether any lowered level is malignant or benign, depending on how "mobile" the individual is along the II axis, if there are elements of different levels.
ASI. It is a model of the spirituality of adulthood. Chronologically adult, or of legal age. Say about 18. Then some will naturally be at a higher primary level, and make a move upwards.
Normally, a movement occurs from the lower right corner, up to the upper left, one might say. Take into all phases of life. However, ASI focuses on the adult individual. (The normal thing is then to emotionally and cognitively function at levels 3-4 on the organizational axis. Deviations from this pose problems.) It is probably normal to develop further during adulthood as well. Even a maturation that has stopped can by itself take off when the individual comes up in middle age. Because you're getting older, a relative immaturity has made you more lonely than you'd like.
KOH. The AAI interviews use a coherence criterion. That it should conform, the said and the other. How does it fit with koh in relation to NA?
How can it be that a doctrine that in itself can be properly deaculated still makes the individual perform at a simplified level?