That's a very valid point. Alas, auditing obviously has that effect on some people yet far from all. If more people had that experience, more people would also want and continue to be Scientologists and accept the awkwardness of the CoS organization.
This gives some indication that auditing appeals to some specific personality types and not to others, which in turn weakens the effectiveness of the phenomenon of auditing itself. Its inductive reasoning.
If something works, its supposed to work without condition. Auditing works for some because they want it to work, they expect if to work, they need it to work. A placebo effect without a pill.
Or a different viewpoint: the climate for auditing in the church has deteriorated so badly since the well-trained old timers left in the '80s that there are many more dissatisfied pcs as a result of poor tech & hostile environments.
Mark A. Baker