Actual liberation, like every other part of constructing ourselves (mainly from scratch, as it sometimes seems) is never finished – like real enlightenment. A worthwhile, ever-elusive phantasm, perhaps.
One of my gurus is Karl Popper, who challenges Freud (and Marx as well) for binding the world to
pseudosciences which tangle up true and false inextricably. According to Popper, if the doctrine contains no falsifiable propositions, then it can’t be called a real science. Psychoanalysis and Economics (all of it, so far as I can tell) are examples of semi-religious doctrines or pseudosciences, because there’s no trace of a testable hypothesis anywhere in the building.
There’s nothing inherently wrong with doctrine. What irritates Popper (and me) is the scientific pretense.