The traditional personality paradigm, known as spiritual chivalry, arises out of observation of human nature and confirmation of the Quran and Sunnah. It is based on a threefold division of the self which is represented by a circle divided into nine equal points to show over, under or underdevelopment. This division is historically followed by the Judeo-Christian-Islamic traditions and can rightfully be called “monotheistic psychology”. The Islamic tradition measures the effect of the self in ethics. Thus the author calls traditional psychology “psychoethics” and asserts modern psychology cannot afford to ignore this paradigm of the self, its development and learning theory.