Selfosophy is the combination of Self and Philosophy.

Where philosophy is the study of basic concepts such as truth, existence, reality, causality, and freedom.
Applied to the Self, Selfosophy is the study of your own personal truth and the revealing of the purpose of your existence. Once you no longer identify with your mind you tap into your inner wisdom. With complete awareness and presence you see the causality of your actions, you create your desired reality, and you experience true freedom.
by colettekenney April 06, 2010
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The tax-exempt belief system, also involved its own theology. But I can't tell you what it is -- it's a secret. When learning the theologies, Selfosophists must undergo a sworn blood oath ritual, which is also a secret.

An excommunicated member is called a "Ratfinkovich."

Selfosophy books include: "How to Be Happy, Even When You Shouldn't.", "How to Manipulate People by Your Apparent Friendliness" and "How to Overcome Your Fears by Making Others Fear You".
"Many of Hollywood's elite are Selfosophists, so I ask you: how could a religious order with ties to Hollywood be involved in anything immoral?"
by Bob Magala April 12, 2005
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