from Latin individuus, from in- ‘not’ + dividuus ‘divisible’ (from dividere ‘to divide’). A genuine individual is integrated with divinity, not divided into conflicting wills.
"Within each one of us there are many thousands of different individuals, different persons, “I’s,” or people who quarrel amongst themselves, who fight amongst themselves for supremacy and who do not have order or concordance whatsoever... We believe that we have one will, when in reality we possess many different wills. Each “I” has its own will. The tragic comedy of all this interior multiplicity is dreadful. The different internal wills clash against each other, they live in continuous conflict, and they act in different directions. If we had true individuality, if we were a unity instead of a multiplicity, then we would also have continuity of purpose, awakened consciousness, a particular, individual will." - Samael Aun Weor, Treatise of Revolutionary Psychology