Kanzeon, as I use the perspective of subjective reality -- that is, my consciousness is creating this -- "you" exist alright, you exist as a projection of my consciousness (not as the projection of "Angela" consciously).
When I use the words "my consciousness," it's more of a linguistic convention, because of course "my" consciousness doesn't belong to just "Angela" -- we're all in this together. So I can see where you might see SR as self-centered, and I'm sure you're right that some aspects ("other people") operate with a win/lose intention, or what you might call ammoral, immoral, or selfish. I'm sure they're there because my consciousness creates them sometimes -- in other words, I encounter them.
And even so, even though there are aspects of "my" creation "who" do the win/lose thing, my "Angela" game is played with a Win/Win intention. It's not hard for me to see win/lose within "Angela," and at the same time, the whole point of the game is that we're all in it together, and I support the Whole, not just the little aspect called "Angela." "Angela" is just my game marker, like the little scottie dog or the iron in Monopoly. "I" pass Go, "I" collect $200, "I" go to jail; that's just a representation inside the game. (This would be Solitaire Monopoly, of course, because the "Player" is Consciousness itself, including "you" and "me" and "ALG.")
(That gives me an idea for a new, spiritual Monopoly board: OneOpoly.)
With a perspective like this -- that we're all in this together, and "Angela" one aspect of All, isn't it clear that it would work really well for "Angela" to operate with a Win/Win intention -- a conscious modus operandi of The Highest Good for All? My second toe on my left foot isn't out for itself at the expense of my duodenum or my shoulder blade; but the other parts of me don't think it's "selfish" of my toe to feel good as the ocean waves wash over my feet. We're all in this together.
In the same way, subjective reality and the law of attraction (not the same things, by the way) are really good models within which to operate with a Win/Win intent. SR and the LoA are actually great perspectives for promoting
Win/Win intention. Of course there are "people" who use SR and or the LoA for nefarious or self-serving purposes, and that's true of religion as well.
And each of those "people" is being and doing exactly what they should be being and doing -- I'm grateful to them (to you -- to ME) for presenting me with an opportunity to see something about myself. Thanks!