Based on experience, I am thinking auditing has wasted my time and stopped me from making decisions that could have change the course of my life. So hypothetically - if someone or a company is gently putting you down over time, needling you, letting you know that you are lazy, downstat, low toned, don't put anything back in the right place, pts etc. and one goes into the org to deal with this problem - one's overts and withholds are pulled and you do conditions possibly. In other words you are made to feel better about the situation. But the situation doesn't change ( you are told to just expand, create....) but you stay in that situation because you think its you. You are not creating the job or marriage, you have case, etc etc. Therefore you don't leave when you should. Am I right in thinking the auditing is purely designed then to give you an euphoric feeling which stops you thinking? Of course auditing on ethics will make you think twice about being bad, so there's that advantage, but I am trying to figure out what happened to me and why I let my life stagnate effectively. Thank you.