Yes, try to not use "terms". I know that when you think something, and then have that wonderful sense of discovery that someone else has thought the same thing and there's even a term for it, and it's been studied, etc. etc., that it's tempting to use that term, because it really IS
what you mean. But I, for one, don't know all the terms that you use, although it's been informative and interesting to hear about them (and find out that some of them are what I've been thinking but hadn't realized that others had, too, and that it had a formal name) and I would like to see another side of you - the non-term side - because what I do
see of you, I like. You have a sense of integrity that I really identify with, and a sense of looking for the truth, which I also identify with. I think that sometimes we'd just like to hear from you without the other guys (you know, Jung, Rogers, etc.)
I know what you say would be more "accurate" if you brought in all the terms, but accuracy isn't always the most important thing. Sometimes you just want a smile, or a touch, or a wink, or a hug. Or a word from someone. I know that I've often held back posting off the top of my head because of the "attack atheists" that, sadly, roam discussion boards (thankfully they are a minority of the atheists, but they cause 99% of the destruction of threads for their side) because they will jump all over something that isn't really accurate and then it's a world of grief to fix and the thread is often destroyed, and you know that they don't really care about real, honest, truthful, open discussion, anyways - they're just into mindless attack of anything that doesn't support their position. But I don't think HG is like that. And you can either ignore the attack atheists or clarify for them.
I guess what I'm saying in this ramble is that there's information, and then there's life - you're good at giving information, but we'd like a little life with our information, please (and perhaps a side of scones
"Aurë entuluva! Auta i lómë!" ("Day shall come again! The night is passing!") -- from JRR Tolkien's The Silmarillion
Christianity is the red pill - go for it! Seek the truth, wherever it leads you.